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  • ...oung adults, prompting the blunt response from the stickman. The fact that Steve would use such a cliché {{w|2000s (decade)|noughties}} movie term in such :Person 1: Fuck off, Steve.
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  • | titletext = Abel and Steve would've been fine! I like Steve! ...n, used often at those sorts of rallies "It was Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve". This refrain is used to support the definition of marriage as between a m
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  • ...rely means 'borrowed a few lines of code from'. Some (e.g. Microsoft's {{w|Steve Ballmer}}) have therefore argued that this makes GPL software behave as a k
    11 KB (1,875 words) - 05:46, 2 June 2022
  • ...osoft}} is the company that makes {{w|Microsoft Windows|Windows}}, and {{w|Steve Ballmer}} was its {{w|Chief executive officer|CEO}} until being replaced in :Black Hat: I forgot about that! it was part of an argument with Steve Ballmer about Vista.
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  • ...malist}}, as exemplified by the weird sounds of {{w|Philip Glass}} and {{w|Steve Reich}}, and {{w|Postmodern art#Movements in postmodern art|postmodern visu
    5 KB (807 words) - 05:43, 2 June 2022
  • ...the octahedron, which was devised by mathematician {{w|Waterman polyhedron|Steve Waterman}} based upon the work of {{w|Bernard J.S. Cahill}}. butterfly map] in 1909. Steve Waterman probably has the only extant "ready to go" map following the same
    23 KB (3,636 words) - 23:08, 22 September 2022
  • ...h are associated with nocturnal bedroom-invasions like this). Furthermore, Steve's reactions indicate that he was abruptly woken up by Elaine after she brok :[Steve Jobs is lying up in his bed, Roberts is balancing while crouched on the foo
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  • ...{{w|NSA}} headquarters with the help of {{w|Adrian Lamo}}. She helped {{w|Steve Jobs}} develop a vision of the future Apple, as well as having fought MPAA
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  • {{w|Steve Jobs}} died on October 5, 2011, the day before this comic was posted. He wa ...ting that the rotating cursor above the fixture is, in fact, a monument to Steve Jobs.
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  • ...we just decided to name them all "Steve". Your local forecast tomorrow is "Steve". Good luck. ...rbitrary. The reporter then goes on to tell people that their forecast is "Steve" meaning that the hurricanes are everywhere. He says "good luck", which is
    5 KB (820 words) - 19:57, 26 May 2022
  • ...ord-checking tool: [!s!math%20is%20wrong Steve Gibson Security Now transcript] and [ *In case you missed it in the explanation, GRC's Steve Gibson has a fantastic page [] about this (
    14 KB (2,038 words) - 06:20, 2 June 2022
  • ...ngent = '''o'''pposite over '''a'''djacent (in other words, SOH CAH TOA.) "Steve" becomes concerned by the seriousness of the situation, and wants to make s ...t least 90 years old if it was to be the same Steve though. A person named Steve also comes up with an inappropriate suggestion in [[1672: Women on 20s]].
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  • ...t the Apple Store is getting rid of DRM, Cory Doctorow will get rid of his Steve Jobs voodoo doll. ...pple's tendency to release thinner and lighter iterations of its products. Steve Jobs' weight loss would certainly make him a thinner and lighter CEO.
    2 KB (333 words) - 05:40, 2 June 2022
  • ...counted when we chose Adam first and Steve second, and again when we chose Steve first and Adam second. To avoid double-counting the pairs, we therefore ne
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  • *Dr. {{w|Steve Crocker}} who has worked in the Internet community since its inception. He ...Wolff}}, spelled differently than Steve, but the same as the real name of Steve Crocker. He is one of the many fathers of the Internet, mainly credited wit
    5 KB (848 words) - 22:42, 2 October 2022
  • *{{w|Steve Ballmer}} (with two Ls) is a key figure of {{w|Microsoft}} and its CEO from ...erences the analogously named Balmer peaks (with one L), and the idea that Steve Ballmer makes for an easy association of programming and alcohol. The peak
    4 KB (665 words) - 11:56, 14 July 2022
  • ...d video], captured at a developers' conference, featuring a perspiring {{w|Steve Ballmer}} chanting the word "developers."
    19 KB (3,050 words) - 05:47, 2 June 2022
  • *The rays controlling {{w|Steve Ballmer}} are nonsense, but may reference real {{w|Balmer series}}, a set o ...F, 24/7 NPR pledge drives, a very thin band for the space rays controlling Steve Ballmer, 99.3 "The Fox," 101.5 "The Badger," 106.3 "The Frightened Squirrel
    13 KB (2,019 words) - 20:02, 26 May 2022
  • ...ame with the outer parts of the female genitals. "Stephen" is probably {{w|Steve Odell}}, the CEO of Volvo Cars in 2009, a subsidiary of Ford by that time,
    3 KB (582 words) - 20:00, 26 May 2022
  • ...r to spill the drink on Steve's desk (not pictured). In xkcd, no one likes Steve, as demonstrated in comics [[1532:_New_Horizons|1532]] and [[1672:_Women_on just shift the frequency up by 15%? I think you can get resonance with Steve's desk instead.
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