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A few days ago, AOC tweeted “Croissants at LaGuardia are going for SEVEN DOLLARS A PIECE. Yet some people think getting a whole hour of personal, dedicated human labor for $15 is too expensive??”
If you haven’t seen AOC aggressively question Secretary Ross about the 2020 census question about being a citizen, check out one of the on-line videos. I’m trying to figure out if she’s sharp and quick, or just stupid and arrogant. … Continue reading
I read Amanda Marcotte Let’s look at a few points in that piece. I’m imagining a conversation with AOC back when she was a learner instead of a prophet…
I was talking with someone about the && operator in bash. He said it was a way to append two statements onto one line. I tried to explain that it was much more than that and only exhibited that behavior … Continue reading
Any IP address that identifies a subnetwork (such as 192.168.1.0) cannot be used as a host IP address. For years, I assumed it was some network convention that everybody agreed on. It’s more than that. It’s a physical impossibility.