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Today at 02:16:03 PMSeto Kaiba: The more I read about this @#$% the more I want to punch the owners in the face. They had tons of citations only weeks before this incident. Again, they keep acting like it's a haven for weird people but to me it just looks like a death trap. Hippies are weird. Just wish they didn't have to die because of choices like these
Today at 01:49:36 AMLord Squirtle: I find that public broadcasters or not-for-profits are better for that in general, though it also depends on whoever the author is.
Today at 01:46:40 AMLord Squirtle: That's why I rarely look at private sector news sources.
Yesterday at 09:06:06 PMSeto Kaiba: this thing looks like its about to dance you to death
Yesterday at 04:56:54 PMFox: Wow.... Did they have to put a piano in almost every picture. :/ And yeah, you have a point.
Yesterday at 04:54:37 PMSeto Kaiba: at least the BBC's reporting is tolerable
Yesterday at 04:39:57 PMSeto Kaiba: Just look at this place: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/pictures/inside-oakland-ghost-ship-warehouse-before-the-fire-w453774/nbsp-w453786 and tell me that wasn't a disaster waiting to happen. The fluff in the article frustrates me so much. It sounds like an excuse more than anything.
Yesterday at 04:33:40 PMSeto Kaiba: Apparently 1000~ deaths in the last 15 years isn't good enough
Yesterday at 04:33:10 PMSeto Kaiba: the thing that's especially infuriating about this is that ever since station club fire in 2003, there's been no less than 5 incidents caused by the same exact scenario - pyrotechnics in tiny @#$ place that doesn't follow regulations and tons of people die a horrible death because of poor evacuation design and people unable to find emergency exits. And then this happens. It probably wasn't pyrotechnics but it could have been caused easily by electronics or a wayward cigarette.
Yesterday at 04:29:06 PMSeto Kaiba: anyways the reporting is really ticking me off. I want to punch the people who ran that place in the face. It was extremely dangerous just by looking at the photos. Why would you have a party in such a dangerous place? The press is acting like this place was a "safe space" for artists because of rising prices in san fransisco but @#$% that does not look safe by any means and I would not trust someone who just ignores regulations because of some retarded hippie @#$ reason like that
Yesterday at 04:28:20 PMFox: Cool... Yeah, I think it is pretty wise to (mostly) avoid comment sections because a lot of times, you don't really learn much from them, and they can take a long time to go through.
Yesterday at 04:25:29 PMSeto Kaiba: the weird thing about it was I was reading about the station club fire pretty vigorously the day the incident happened and I didn't hear about it until monday. I was literally joking to myself all weekend, who the @#$% lights a fire in a tiny @#$ venue like that. then come monday ANOTHER incident was reported like wtf
Yesterday at 04:24:36 PMSeto Kaiba: I didn't see anything too bad but I avoid comment sections
Yesterday at 04:20:34 PMFox: Are the comments even worse?
Yesterday at 04:16:42 PMSeto Kaiba: jesus the whole article just reads like a @#$%&*! baw piece about how bad these politician's beliefs are. You could just be like, "hey yea like 13 years ago we had another fire that killed a ton of people and that can show why regulations are important" but you make the whole thing a @#$%&*! political piece. nope I'm done jfc
Yesterday at 04:05:31 PMSeto Kaiba: Jesus Christ, CNN, have some @#$%&*! restraint, reading an article about how 36 people died and two paragraphs in you use it to @#$%& about Trump some more, can you STOP. just look at this @#$%.
Yesterday at 02:58:29 AMFox: Eulerproject seems to be like Advent of Code = You just give an answer... Kattis will actually have you submitting code as your answer. It is automatically checked against sample test cases and (I think.) Secret test cases.
Yesterday at 02:20:56 AMFox: Maybe... But I haven't tested those. Is their grading system better (or about the same) than Kattis?
December 05, 2016, 09:15:08 PMLuna_blade: Kattis? How about Rossetta code and eulerproject??
December 05, 2016, 07:38:03 PMFox: I think Advent of Code has gotten me interested in solving programming puzzles. Haha... I mean... Hey... Has anyone heard of https://open.kattis.com/ ... etc? I was actually looking at the Metal Processing Plant puzzle... I know what they're asking for, but I see why it is categorized as hard. Ahh.