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  • | titletext = I liked the idea, suggested by h00k on, of a Twitter bot that messages promine ...owed any given tweet to be received as an SMS message with enough room for the user's Twitter handle (15 characters max).
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  • ...he cosmic background radiation, you can pick up lingering echoes of 'I Got You Babe'. ...nd the groundhog can see its own shadow, the winter is assumed to continue for six more weeks.
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  • | titletext = Although the Markov chain-style text model is still rudimentary; it recently gave me "Ma ...t believes is the most likely words you would use in a sentence containing the previous word(s).
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  • knows that makes it impossible for a few persistent voices to dominate the discussion.' ...hronological order. This puts the oldest comments at the top and newest at the bottom.
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  • ...ball. However, the word he says, ''Commented!'', does not seem to fit with the shorter {{w|Fuck#Modern_usage|four letter word}} usually combined with such ...t slashes, Cueball, and anything he says in the color for ignored parts of the program (or real world in this case).
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  • ...or having some of the most ridiculous, hateful, mean-spirited, nonsensical comments of any mainstream website (a reputation touched upon earlier in [[202: YouT ...s read aloud to them, they will realize the stupidity of it and not submit the comment. YouTube later made this a real feature, although it has since been
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  • ...bad that the Holocaust was an acceptable alternative. It's no secret that the hat guy is closely based on Aram, from Men in Hats. ...mentally disabled were all targeted as well. This has come to be known as the Holocaust.
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  • | titletext = Thank you for making me feel less alone. ...cking the image at which can as always be accessed by clicking on the comic number above. It can also be found here: [[Media:1000 comics.png|1000
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  • <noinclude>:<small>''Not to be confused with [[17: What If]].''</small></noinclude> occasionally]. Before publishing the what if? book, articles were posted weekly.
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  • ...xt = Or if you replace your car, we'll be happy to set it on fire again so you can take another crack at getting that shot. ...hat the car is on fire, as they suggest she uses the insurance money (from the car) to buy this better camera.
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  • | titletext = We have met the enemy and he is us. {{w|Stephenie Meyer}} is the author of the {{w|Twilight (novel series)|Twilight novels}}, a series of {{w|vampire}} no
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  • ...or a good movie are tornados and scientists. Actually, that's all you need for anything. ...south of where it exists, where the ground freezes in winter and thaws in the spring.
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  • | titletext = 'ARE YOU TURNED ON YET?' 'I DON'T THINK SO--ARE YOU?' 'MAYBE A LITTLE!' 'OK, FIVE MORE MINUTES.' ...TV show like {{w|MTV Cribs|Cribs}}, which documents the decadent homes of the wealthy.
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  • ...g will probably reach its endgame sometime in the next decade or so. These are very exciting times. ..."elite", using the {{w|Leet}} alphabet, a coding system used primarily on the internet (and on early text messaging system), meant to provide a bit of {{
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  • | titletext = Coconuts are so far down to the left they couldn't be fit on the chart. Ever spent half an hour trying to open a coconut with a rock? Fuck c the bottom. The X-axis goes from "easy" on the right to "difficult" on the left.
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  • ...tes on your reddit comments to become president of the world. Please be at the UN tomorrow at 8:00 sharp.}} ...n the book these two kids write their opinions on their world's version of the internet to gain extreme political influence. Below is a synopsis:
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  • *To experience the interactivity, visit the [ original comic]. ...hanging from a balloon, which brings to mind the expanded perspective over the landscape attained by early experimenters in overland flight.
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  • | title = The Corliss Resolution develops space travel because it's impossible to focus on calculus when you could be outside flying.
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  • ...emember to constantly bring up how cool it is that birds are dinosaurs and you'll be set. else is so geeky that they would answer like that. Cueball, dismayed at the fact that his geekery has become a defining characteristic of his and also
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  • ...the first panel of this comic. [[Randall Munroe|Randall]] is demonstrating the problem with making such statements, many of which simply come down to coin ...ecome more and more nested and complicated, and then brought by Randall to the point of absurdity by pointing out very trivial things, such as "No Democra
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  • | titletext = You can do this one in every 30 times and still have 97% positive feedback. a popular Amazon review] for Randall Munroe's book, What If: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypoth
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  • ...of his attempted courtship. It turns out in the fifth and last panel that the first four panels was just one large thought bubble on how Cueball fantasiz ...n to her. Therefore, Cueball's fears are unfounded and are even preventing the two from meeting and possibly forming a relationship. Megan could of course
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  • ...seem. But I've been realizing lately that there's an easier way to handle these situations, and it involves zero internet arguments. ...f you take this feeling away, many people stop donating, which is shown on the third panel.
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  • ...ins roughly the stored energy of a hand grenade, and if shorted it... hey! You can't arrest me if I prove your rules inconsistent! ...him specifically and will take away his laptop and most likely detain him for questioning.
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  • | titletext = Guys? The Town is supposed to be good, and I thou--' 'PHYSICIST STEPHEN HAWKING DECLA ...bolic tones, vastly exaggerating and misinterpreting his actual intent. In the final panel, Hawking is shown hanging his head in sadness since all he want
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  • | titletext = Of course, the assert doesn't work. ...f how {{w|String literal|string literals}} are treated by the interpreter, the assertion will be true.
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  • | titletext = The misguided search for a perpetual motion machine has run substantially longer than any attempted ...would contradict the laws of thermodynamics, so perpetual motion machines are known to be impossible.
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  • ...' is a fantastic book, and should be required reading for anyone in either the sciences or graphic design. ...e to describe the collective of blogs. This comic proposes a new structure for defining all blogs by a {{w|fractal}} of blogs.
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  • ...d social-networking-centered farming game in the WORLD?' Then you wait for the listener to do a double-take. larger version] of this picture can be found by clicking the comic on xkcd.
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  • This comic deals with two linked themes, which both come under the umbrella of {{w|Existentialism|existentialism}}, a branch of philosophy. ...sts that, rather than continuously worrying, we should enjoy the thrill of the unknown.
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  •, for better or for worse. Technology's going to be so cool. All in all, the future will be okay! Except climate; we fucked that one up. This development is attributed to the fact that people with a lower IQ are believed to be more likely to reproduce thus more readily pass on their gen
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  • ...into account the energy imparted by orbital motion (or gravity assists or the Oberth effect), all of which can make it easier to reach outer planets. The xkcd page links to [ a much larger version].
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  • | titletext = Hurricane forums are full of excited comments about central pressure and wind speed and comparisons to Camille and 1931 a ...ated by the spectacle, most people also feel a sense of shame and guilt at the same time, unsure of whether it is morally wrong to be entertained by other
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  • ...andall. Randall is therefore annoyed with the common terms "the West" and "the East" referring to locations east and west of him respectively. ...ties to make a {{w|sextant}} work as a tool to calculate accurate position for map making.
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  • ...o the details as you wake up. With TCMP you can bring back any information you want. ...age from inside his dream, but his friends, [[Megan]] and another Cueball, are disappointed when that first message is a {{w|troll (Internet)|trollish}} "
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  • ...xt = Fun game: try to post a YouTube comment so stupid that people realize you must be joking. (Hint: this is impossible) ...urth lines. Almost anyone can instantly recognize a limerick after hearing the first line.
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  • ...nx! You owe me a soda,” and then the other person would owe them a soda. For a similar children’s game, see [[392: Making Rules]]. ...ature versus nurture}} debate, but at the very least they vaguely resemble the racist attitudes of Tolkien's 1950s America (kindly bear in mind that Tolki
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  • ...wn, which is a major looming problem for web infrastructure and definitely not a thing I just made up. ...rvice|social network}} by first unfriending each contact. Such actions are not necessary on any well-designed website. Actively unfriending people individ
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  • ...inently displayed at the top, while the newest comments would be buried at the bottom. ...ents that are not coming. Cueball might actually have mixed feelings about the practice slowly dying out. However, someone offscreen is worried he will ji
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  • ...ortantly, it allows members of the development team to find key changes in the history, later. Git has been discussed in [[1597: Git]] as well. ...l standpoint (e.g. "fix the thing that's making the site not work") or for the benefit of others who want to know which commits they should be paying atte
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  • ...'My parents are at their house; you visited last--' 'No, no, explain like you're five.' ...ear-old child would be able to understand. Megan sarcastically (or perhaps not) treats Cueball as if he is an actual 5-year-old without his parents, expre
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  • ...the likelihood of {{w|extraterrestial life}} and the fact that no evidence for it has thus far been found. ...e stars - homing in on radio signals and destroying young civilizations in the cradle...
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  • *Below is the complete transcript for [[980: Money]], but first are here some explanation of this extensive transcript: ...he text that is visible in the small version of the image - that is mainly the headings.
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  • | title = People are Stupid ...han most people. It is absurd to denounce the majority of mankind as below the average of mankind."
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  • | titletext = I mean, it's not like we could just demand to see the code that's governing our lives. What right do we have to poke around in Fa feed and recording the users' comments to see if the change affected the positivity or negativity of their posts. Further experiments have since bee
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  • ...urnament began, he promptly became the first member of said club, and over the years it accumulated a large and illustrious roster. ...e image at - the comic's page can also be accessed by clicking on the comic number above.
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  • ...e past can be viewed as a distinct entity from who you are now, as well as the predictability of future events relating to your future actions. ...elief that the parsing function could not be easily "re-kludged" to handle the new situation but instead would need to be re-written.
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  • activity of {{w|pareidolia}}, or spotting apparent patterns where there are none (particularly in clouds). intelligence}} with respect to human imagination. (Then again, there is not anything tailored to this on image search.)
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  • | titletext = He probably just poops over the side of the sleigh. .... This comic combines some basic {{w|physiology}} with the physical law of the {{w|conservation of mass}}.
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  • '''NOTE: The above is the first panel of an interactive comic.'''<br> ...on xkcd (click on the date above the comic, which, as always, takes you to the xkcd comic).<br>
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  • | titletext = I honestly didn't think you could even USE emoji in variable names. Or that there were so many differen This comic is the first in the [[:Category:Code Quality|Code Quality]] series:
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  • The '''list of all comics posted on LiveJournal''' can be found here: [[:Catego Before [[Randall]] acquired the [[xkcd]] website, he started by posting comics on {{w|LiveJournal}} (specif
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  • *26733 permalinks have been found so far for [[1506: xkcloud]]. ...a list of all discovered permalinks, which reuse different combinations of the same pictures and captions.
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  • | titletext = WHY DON'T YOU COME HANG OUT INSIDE MY HOUSE. WE CAN COOK BREAD AND CHAT ABOUT OUR INTERNA ...has imprisoned him in a web and is talking to Cueball, which explains how the keyboard mashing "White Hat" did was strange.
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  • ...rth America, it's illegal for Americans to keep them in their houses under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. ...nd to humanize them in the same way that others humanize their pets. There are [[:Category:Roomba|several other comics]] related to a Roomba.
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  • ...warms of robots when Elon Musk has promised to ruin Mars for a FRACTION of the cost? ...sted before the NASA press conference was held, although speculation about the announcement had already occurred.
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  • ...serious Fleshlight enthusiasts, and it turns out their highest-end models are ALSO capable of setting trees on fire. They're impossible to use without se older flashlights as dim and finnicky, this gives reason to assume that the flashlight he is holding is going to be ridiculously overengineered.
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  • | titletext = You know what they say--if you don't like the weather here in the Solar System, just wait five billion years. A different user-made version for the picture using Celsius instead of Fahrenheit can be found here: [[:File:five
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  • *Below, you will find a '''complete transcript''' for [[1608: Hoverboard]]. *The transcript will be based on what can be experienced by moving through the game without any cheating.
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  • <!--DO NOT ADD the title text: Return to the play area. This is not shown in the comic. See trivia--> *To experience the interactivity of this game, visit the {{xkcd|1608|original comic}}.
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  • ...letext = It also occasionally replies with 'Comment of the year', 'Are you for real', and 'I'm taking a screenshot so I can remember this moment forever'. ...with "woosh" at random would be very confusing, as people would search for the nonexistent joke they missed. This is similar to [[559: No Pun Intended]].
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  • ...of possible conversations spread out before us, I think that's definitely the most promising branch. This is the first comic in the [[:Category:Stargazing|Stargazing]] series. It was followed by [[2017: Star
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  • the starting point and should be used here. Other images need to go in the explanation --> ...e comic was released a change was made so growth only seems to appear when the gardens is actively running in a browser window!
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  • define a formal grammar based on fragments of a raw database dump from the QuickBooks file of a company that's about to collapse in an accounting scan This comic is the second in the [[:Category:Code Quality|Code Quality]] series:
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  • | titletext = "The name wasn't a tip-off?" "Honestly, at first I thought you were saying 'Juneau'. A gravity assist seemed like a weird way to get to Al ...sted, when it fired its engines and successfully entered into orbit around the planet {{w|Jupiter}}.
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  • | titletext = I don't care what the research says. Everybody knows you should drink 3,000 glasses of water a day and change your oil every 8 miles ...of so-called 'optimum' liquid consumption 'rule-of-thumb'. Implied here is the variety of health-related books, articles, blogs or other literature publis
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  • ...ldhood spent walking while reading books has prepared me unexpectedly well for today's world. ...o bump into something while looking at a book, at his phone, or staring at the sky (something [[Randall]] does a lot with his interests in astronomy, opti
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  • ...under the pyramids, but this conspiracy goes all the way to the TOP, where the GIANT EYE is! ...which is a much stronger claim which would not necessarily be supported by the assertion even assuming it is true.
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  • ...eclipsed by one of those Independence Day ships and interpret the rest of the image in light of that. ...oon often appears in works of art in ways that are very dramatic and would not be realistically possible. It may be done out of ignorance, or knowingly by
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  • ..."The only link we've found between the two documents is that a fragment of the Noah one mentions Aaron's brother Moses parting an ocean. Is that right?" " ...747: Spider Paleontology]] for a more complete explanation of this part of the joke. This series ended with this comic. Both comics in this series have ti
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  • ..., Y and Z), often using several of them in the same words, even several of the same rare letter in a row. (See [[#Table of life goals|Table of life goals] ...a musician. All later entries have at least three of these letters, which are most often used in very strange, often unpronounceable, words.
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  • ...of A Million Random Digits, which is much better than the American remake the book was based on. ...ll]] is looking through [[Black Hat|Black Hat's]] downloaded movies, which are all adaptations of non-literary works, improbable sequels, and/or crossover
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  • ...called ''Sad'',[[1790: Sad]], released early in 2017. They all came after the {{w|United States presidential election, 2016|election}} of Trump in 2016. ...that could be interpreted as him being sad/angry or that people around him are acting in such a way:
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  • | titletext = Lot of drama in those days, including constant efforts to force the "Reflections on Trusting Trust" guy into retirement so we could stop being ...5 years later. While her initial agreement that code needed to be compiled for multiple architectures is correct, Hairbun's claims rapidly grow ridiculous
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  • | title = Things You Learn ...rescue a kitten that ran under his car at a stoplight and climbed up into the engine compartment? And, thanks to antibiotics, will continue having two th
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  • | titletext = With the right 90-degree rotation, any effect is a side effect. ...grown more common and often more hyperbolic, regardless of the quality of the candidate.
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  • ...alk is often seen as a way to relax from all the daily stress, as it takes the walkers away from work and chores. ...istance communication (ostensibly the primary function of a smartphone) is not listed. This may be a sign that Cueball is {{w|Mobile phone overuse|addicte
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  • ...ews of the Mariana Trench, the Chernobyl reactor core, the jet stream, and the equator. ...lueless people and lots of self-styled comedians leaving less-than-helpful comments on such review pages.
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  • ...s to calm down, it's fine--I put a screen on the front. I just want to get the birds a little closer. ...s. Usually this is done at a distance, as birds are flying in the air, and are far away. It is thus helpful to use {{w|binoculars}}.
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  • ...sses Flood remained the deadliest confectionery containment accident until the Canadian Space Agency's 2031 orbital maple syrup delivery disaster. ...supervillain's scheme to [ rule the world].
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  • | titletext = NO DRAMA ZONE -> If I've made you sad, you'd better not tell me, because I am TERRIFIED of that situation and have NO IDEA how to h ...y time and so their profile description is a way for them to justify their comments.
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  • | titletext = IATA stands for International AirporT Abbreviation., and the existing airports are all paired with the wrong codes, except for Huntsville (HSV) and Toronto Pearson (YYZ).
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  • | title = The End of the Rainbow ...he exposed surface of the brain, so if you think about a pot of gold while looking at a rainbow, then there's one at BOTH ends.
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  • | titletext = The establishment doesn't take us seriously. You know who else they didn't take seriously? Hitler. I'll be like him, but a G ...r example, the last one combines a request for campaign contributions with the infamous 'Nigerian prince' {{w|advance-fee scam}} phishing scheme.
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  • ...text = Don't be nervous about the robots, be nervous about the people with the resources to build them. ...door. It holds the door open for the first robot, then follows it through the doorway.
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  • ...ame=CVE-2017-5754 CVE-2017-5754]. CVEs also contain a short description of the issue. ...dentifier is given as "CVE-2018-?????", reflecting the fact that they have not yet happened so we don't know exactly what their CVE identifier will be.
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  • ...Golf. I've been playing for years all across the country and I'm still on the first hole. ...econd ''[[:Category:Fun fact|Fun fact]]'' comic in the same month, [[1959: The Simpsons]], after more than two years break from that series. It seems that
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  • by flying around with a banner showing a &lt;div&gt; tag, waiting for a web developer to get frustrated enough to order a matching &lt;/div&gt;. .... Ultimately, whether or not you should close your apps depends on whether you prioritize battery lifetime or performance. (In [[Randall|Randall's]] case,
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  • | titletext = I take it Narnia doesn't have Cinnabons? Because if you can magic up a plate of those, I'll betray whoever. ...ed by the White Witch to make the eater want them the more they eat them. Not a full mind control, but more of a strong urge to get more.
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  • ...sometimes have to retake the test if your drivers license has expired, so the "just because I took a twenty minute test in high school" part is partially of the top five most common causes of death, yet many (most?) people do not think of driving as an especially "scary" or "dangerous" activity.
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  • ...he scenes where Jeff Goldblum tries to convince a bunch of executives that the park is a bad idea." This comic is the first in the [[:Category:Horror Movies|Horror Movies]] series, which was followed by [[2
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  • ...le promised witches they'd win, creating some kind of a ... squeeze? Gosh, you could make a lot of–" "Don't be silly! That probably never happens." ...risk-taker winds up losing money, because they have to buy back the stock for more than they sold it.
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  • | titletext = Thanks for bringing us along. ...ta request] to the rover, in hopes that it would respond. When it did not, the rover was declared to be officially lost.
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  • | titletext = Thank you to the xkcd April 1st volunteers/commentators, including @Chromakode, Kevin, @Aiia ...previous fools comic was [[1975: Right Click]] from Sunday April 1, 2018. The next became [[2288: Collector's Edition]], which was delayed two days and r
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  • | titletext = The keys to successfully throwing a party are location, planning, and one of those aircraft carrier steam catapults. *To experience the interactivity of this game, visit the {{xkcd|2198|original comic}}.
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  • | titletext = The astro-ph.SR arXiv servers are simultaneously being overwhelmed by electronic requests and actual electric ...olecules' energy. Those molecules subsequently release the added energy in the form of light, which is observed as an aurora.
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  • ...o be gaining the upper hand until Darth Juul manages to flip the switch on the car wash control panel from 'REGULAR' to 'PREMIUM.' ...e doesn't actually want to spoil it for us), all of the so-called spoilers are nonsensical.
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  • ...coronavirus: Slack react emoji you just added was public domain or whether you should have put a Creative Commons credit somewhere ...tive location of points on the axes as in previous scatterplot comics'' Do NOT delete this tag too soon.}}
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  • ...Category:Tribute|memorial comic]]. It is the 6th memorial comic, but it is the first released in almost 5 years, since [[1560: Bubblegum]]. ...ast and various, but he is perhaps best known in the field for discovering the {{w|surreal numbers}}, which inspired Donald Knuth to write a novel which m
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  • ...uphill decide to try the rolling strategy, they can make the decision for you. ...ics]] related to the {{w|2019–20 coronavirus outbreak|2020 pandemic}} of the {{w|coronavirus}} {{w|SARS-CoV-2}}, which causes {{w|COVID-19}}.
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  • | titletext = Living in the southern hemisphere was nice because I could jump extra high, but I like it ...are used to it being dark out. [[Beret Guy]] comments that he fell off of the wall this morning, a seemingly unconnected topic.
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  • ...hard as possible. "I'd love to meet up, maybe in a few days? Next week is looking pretty empty. *witchcraft" ...ces suggested. Please mention here why this explanation isn't complete. Do NOT delete this tag too soon. *BOT}}
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  • | titletext = We need some grub to munch--I'll go slouch over to the kitchen. ...ail thinks word games aren't too bad, and she would be right if it weren't for Megan's unsettling use of them.
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