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Old 2012-08-08, 21:58   Link #6141
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And kids, remember the only thing Java and Javascript have in common are the first four letters of their names. They are completely unrelated programming languages.
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Old 2012-08-08, 22:44   Link #6142
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And kids, remember the only thing Java and Javascript have in common are the first four letters of their names. They are completely unrelated programming languages.
Kids these days with their fancy modern technology.
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Old 2012-08-09, 01:21   Link #6143
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And kids, remember the only thing Java and Javascript have in common are the first four letters of their names. They are completely unrelated programming languages.
Somehow this statement reminds me of a certain tv show where one dad is reminiscencing about his younger days with 4 friends of him trying to search for the perfect 'one'...


"Kids, in 2012, your uncle *sensored* and me bla bla bla bla..."
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Old 2012-08-09, 04:33   Link #6144
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Kids these days with their fancy modern technology.
And considering both languages are over 15 years old (17 in fact) I'm not so sure how "modern" they're supposed to be.

And now I feel old
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Old 2012-08-11, 02:28   Link #6145
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And kids, remember the only thing Java and Javascript have in common are the first four letters of their names. They are completely unrelated programming languages.
They also have in common long stupid names and camel case.

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And considering both languages are over 15 years old (17 in fact) I'm not so sure how "modern" they're supposed to be.

And now I feel old
Age is irrelevant actually. Programming languages don't get "old" they just fall out of use or don't get updated with so-called "modern" features; or have their community die out.

Only "dead/obsolete" languages are not modern. Though god knows for every language there is you got at least one guy using it somewhere to this day.
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Old 2012-08-11, 06:33   Link #6146
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How do Japanese singers include horrendous English in their songs as lyrics, yet are still able to sound so cute?
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Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2012-08-11, 06:46   Link #6147
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How do Japanese singers include horrendous English in their songs as lyrics, yet are still able to sound so cute?
You just answered your question..... coz they sound cute...

And also.... English... sounds cool for them... same as in Korea..
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Old 2012-08-11, 07:13   Link #6148
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How do Japanese singers include horrendous English in their songs as lyrics, yet are still able to sound so cute?
Sumeragi would know, she's was an Idol back in '97.
And ofcourse, you wouldn't find anyone cuter right?
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Old 2012-08-11, 07:18   Link #6149
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Sumeragi would know, she's was an Idol back in '97.
And ofcourse, you wouldn't find anyone cuter right?
Eh we were just 9 then.....
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Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2012-08-11, 07:39   Link #6150
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^ Loli Idol? SOMEBODY FUND THIS!
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Old 2012-08-13, 20:52   Link #6151
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The only reason I found that white text was because of that quote.
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Old 2012-08-14, 19:58   Link #6152
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What the hell? The thread title has changed! I always loved to revel in peoples' silliness!

Anyways, a serious question: How to best cook bacon using a skillet? Add the bacon while the skillet is still cold? Or, heat the skillet and only after that add the bacon?

Google gives conflicting reports and since we have a "Food you cook" thread here, there's bound to be some great cooks prowling the forums.

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Old 2012-08-15, 02:10   Link #6153
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What the hell? The thread title has changed! I always loved to revel in peoples' silliness!

Anyways, a serious question: How to best cook bacon using a skillet? Add the bacon while the skillet is still cold? Or, heat the skillet and only after that add the bacon?

Google gives conflicting reports and since we have a "Food you cook" thread here, there's bound to be some great cooks prowling the forums.
Heat up your pan. Medium heat, cause if it's too hot, when you add the bacon, the grease will splatter everywhere. If your bacon has a decent amount of fat in it, there shouldn't be any reason to add oil. Initially, you cook it on low heat to render the grease out of it, then a minute before you remove the bacon from the skillet, you cook it on high heat to crisp the bacon in its own grease. That's the way I do it. If someone else has better ideas.........

If you have an oven, you should use that instead of skillet.
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Old 2012-08-15, 03:43   Link #6154
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Thanks for the response.

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If you have an oven, you should use that instead of skillet.
I have read about that before. But oven is :effort: during the morning. I have around 20-30 mins to cook breakfast. 30 mins is pretty much enough for heatiing pan and cooking a meal.
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Old 2012-08-17, 23:26   Link #6155
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If you have a small tabletop oven, it isn't such a huge operation (yeah, heating up a kitchen full oven for bacon is overkill).

If you have an electric skillet that lets the extra grease drain into a catchpan those work pretty well.
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Old 2012-08-18, 17:40   Link #6156
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A friend and I are planning some cosplay costumes, and right now we're stuck on one. Basically, she wants to be Kirishima Kirihiko from Kurenai, but the pieces are hard to find (for us atleast.)

The varsity jacket we could find locally, but the ones we saw were wrong colours and covered in stuff we didn't want. Looking online we could probably get a custom one, but it would be pretty expensive (from these sport companies atleast...) As for the scarf, we've found some but none of them have the pattern are too short and have fringe on the ends.

If you could point us in the right direction of how we could approach this one, we'd appreciate it!
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Old 2012-08-18, 19:48   Link #6157
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If you could point us in the right direction of how we could approach this one, we'd appreciate it!
Have it tailored in your local tailor shop. I think its less expensive. Giving the correct design and pattern.. plus cloth, you'll be satisfied... Not all might knew the anime so, no one will look at you and smile after seeing the design...

About the scarf.. well, don't know if you could make a customized scarf...

The shorts.. its easy to find one...

Good luck in your cosplay!!!
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Old 2012-08-19, 13:02   Link #6158
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A friend and I are planning some cosplay costumes, and right now we're stuck on one. Basically, she wants to be Kirishima Kirihiko from Kurenai, but the pieces are hard to find (for us atleast.)

The varsity jacket we could find locally, but the ones we saw were wrong colours and covered in stuff we didn't want. Looking online we could probably get a custom one, but it would be pretty expensive (from these sport companies atleast...) As for the scarf, we've found some but none of them have the pattern are too short and have fringe on the ends.

If you could point us in the right direction of how we could approach this one, we'd appreciate it!
That jacket is so 80-ish, you might get a good one at garage/Salvation Army sales. Or simply get a blue-white jacket and sew the R on it yourself. The red band around the wrist can also be easily sew on with cloth scraps, or you can buy two old jackets, blue and white colour for each, and detach-and-patch the necessary parts you need; it is time-consuming but cost-efficient. Use Aliexpress or Ebay to search for scrap parts and put them together yourself.

Cosplay is all about innovation and alternatives. Don't let perfect matches put you down.
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When three puppygirls named after pastries are on top of each other, it is called Eclair a'la menthe et Biscotti aux fraises avec beaucoup de Ricotta sur le dessus.
Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2012-08-19, 14:27   Link #6159
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Thanks for the suggestions you two, we'll see what we can pull off. >
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Old 2012-08-21, 10:07   Link #6160
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Like every of us netizens, i have several emails, each one is for different purposes. But recently i was requested to give phone number for "some" of my yahoo mail account if i want to log in. And honestly, like heck i'm gonna let my clone email having any of my real personal information. Basically have to give up on them

So what happened recently that yahoo decided to step up this kind of measure? Or was it simply because my email was hacked hence they have to find a way to reset pw and stuffs?
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