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I said Iranian women here, obviously because there way more earthquakes in Iran than in, say, Australia or the US (or France!)
So, quite logically one can deduce Iranian women are way more sinful than the above (Australia, US or French women)!
Hey, maybe I should go and visit Iran then!
"Many women who do not dress modestly ... lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which increases earthquakes," Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi was quoted as saying by Iranian media.
Are you going to be led astray and start some earthquakes?
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I know the design of CP is changed sometimes. Now I'm interested in screenshots of CP from some years ago, when CP had another design than the current design. Does anyone want to share some screenshots of CP?
Thanks in advance.
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
I was trying to run Jenkins CI Server using a batch file, and was finding that Jenkins was (seemingly) ignoring the process-level JENKINS_HOME environment variable (set in the batch file). I filed a bug, but then noticed quotes (") around the environment variable value, removing those worked.
(I then marked the bug as user error).
Doing a little checking, that issue with quotes is actually Java related, not Jenkins related.
For the last 10+ years I have been logging onto Code Project for my daily dose of tech and code. I see the main page with all the new articles in which the title is a plethora of 3 to 5 letter acronyms that are joined with other 3 to 5 letter acronyms. Everything is in C#/ASP.NET/blah blah blah. Where is the joy in using widgets to make other widgets? I think I've officially passed into the "get off my lawn phase" of my programming life. I'll always be satisfied with C++ despite whether it is currently fashionable to call it a good or bad language.