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never said who did the picture, so it depends:
Rembrant: self conception (autoconception?)
Dali: boneless confusion
van Gogh: ear confection
Bankok Zoo: elephanting
Gary Larson: cowception
Then why stop there, why not show the whole film in shades of blue?
As long as it is not in shades of grey...
I'll go get my coat
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
I'm a vegan, a zealot of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and accuse you of hate crimes and heresy! You have been found guilty and are hereby ordered to perform 1000 hours of community service tending my garden!
In a Skype interview yesterday I was asked the question are you GlennPattonInThePubAgain on code project to which my reply was 'Oh dear, umm yes' he then went into the article I wrote (good!) they know CP nom' de guer (not so good!), the real issue was I couldn't get my Skype to send a video image while I could see their image. Just wondering is this related to them using Skype for business and me using Skype for chav's on my Android....
I was asked the question are you GlennPattonInThePubAgain on code project
Was it a blue moon? I have yet to have an interviewer demonstrate that they bothered to even do the minimal "in the cloud" research on me, leading me to the conclusion that all that hype about having an online profile because potential employers will do their research is just that, hype. And all but one has ever indicated that they even looked at my articles, even though at the top of my resume is a link to my CP profile as well as mention of several article awards. The rest, when explicitly asked, simply say "no", or worse, "no, what's Code Project?" Bubbles within bubbles. Don't these people ever get out into the "real world?"
I'm not sure, it was cloudy yesterday night! The most worrying thing is my name suffix, I might be put down as an 'over drinker' which I am not (most of the time), this guy seemed to be more of a technical guy than Human (lack of) Resources
For what it's worth I've had lots of people mention their CodeProject article resume as a big selling point in their interviews. It does happen!
I think you need to admit that you're simply so famous at this point that it's pointless looking up your online profile. It's actually probably time you dropped your last name and just used a single name like Bono or Cher.
Marc - I've gone through a couple of your articles and chased a few links. Frankly, you're going to scare people. It takes a rare breed to say, "Sh*t, this guy is like spooky, I could learn something from him." Instead, you get "Oh hell no, he knows more than me."
Have seen so often my nose bleeds, and I have to fight the fear urge.
<italic>Stuck in a dysfunctional matrix from which I must escape...
"Where liberty dwells, there is my country." B. Franklin, 1783
“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” BF, 1759
The Frogs dont pronounce the last part of a word, so the way you spelt it it would sound 'geh'. To have any chance of hearing the 'r' it would need an 'e' after it, and because its a long 'r' it is two of them.
Anyway, perhaps "nom de 'I can get away with saying anythibg because it is the net'"
Nom de guerre, comes from many English things about the French code names in use from Napolenic to WW2 and the early days of the Vietnam confilict. Is 'indicatif' a common word as I have never come across it before (mind you my German is poor & French worse! )