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Thank you so much for the passenger seat belt alert you coded into the A Class. While it's comforting to know that you care that my shopping will not survive in the event of an accident, I found your increasingly strident "beep", "beep beep beep", "BEEP BEEP BEEP", "BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP" rather distracting and very annoying.
That you shut the elephant up just as I approach the first place I can elphanting stop to get at the elephanting seatbelt and shut you the elephant up I found even more elephanting irritating and worse for my elephanting blood pressure, sunshine.
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
AntiTwitter: @DalekDave is now a follower!
So often, in Q&A, we have some sort of Computer Science major requesting that one of us do his/her homework for them. OG even has a boiler-plate posting for that (most of his 2 million points gotten with that, but I deviate).
OK - so suppose we give them the answers, or they get them from "that other site". They graduate, eventually, and get a job, totally reliant on hoping someone will know how to do for them what they were hired to do.
Now, as there seems to be so many of them, they'll naturally begin to fill in and even dominate the software development scene. All of them turning to one another, hoping that someone where they work knows what they are doing.
More and more of them aggregate (or better put, form a clot). The size of this death spiral of the clueless keeps increasing, as does the desperation.