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0xmf
    time to sleep in 3...2...bzzzz ;p
    0xmf
      @kyleisom during my sipping days, I loved listening to crackle of the ice interrupt my thoughts reminding me it was time to sip. ;) Now enough about me, how does the banjo sound?
      0xmf
        @kyleisom ah I thought so from the rocks around it...mmmm.... ;)
        0xmf
          @kyleisom never mind the story and the food behind that pic @33mhz, what's the drink?
          0xmf
            Jono Bacon: Moving On From GitHub [www.jonobacon.org] Was not happy with GH not implementing his community suggestions. Coincides with former employee Zach Holman joining GitLab as their tech advisor
            0xmf
              Mark Suster: A Letter To My Son On Becoming A Man [bothsidesofthetable.com] Father's letter to his son on his Bar Mitzvah. Heartfelt, touching, yet personalised advice.
              0xmf
                Now I know what caused my problems, it's WSL bash git uses 1.9 whereas my dotfiles git settings is for git 2.8 so git pull in WSL bash used merge by default whereas my usual git pull settings used rebase. Still doesn't solve how to go back to linear hist.
                0xmf
                  HOWTO revert a faulty merge [github.com] I just want to undo something simple. No, I don't want to have to learn graph theory to understand what is going on. Sheesh!
                  0xmf
                    So if you read some rants where I've gone off the reservation...just LOL ALL THE MORE LOUDER! ;)
                    0xmf
                      After getting into a more spiritual life I decided to keep speech/posts above board so to speak. Why? Long story but let's assume that's what I want to do (cant do anything about past posts) Trouble is: not cursing is a hard thing for me to do. Real hard.
                      0xmf
                        @33mhz Welcome aboard, we've been expecting you. Go grab a coffee. Heh! Heh!
                        0xmf
                          I wont get derailed by a non-linear commit. I wont get derailed by one non-linear commit I wont get derailed by one commit I wont get derailed by commit I wont get derailed by I wont get derailed wont get derailed wont derailed derailed Sigh!
                          0xmf
                            Sometimes it feels like I cant get a break from things breaking around me, one after the other.
                            0xmf
                              Homilist today gave us this gem (paraphrasing): just as knowing the alphabets is a critical first step to reading and writing in a language, so does humility be the necessary first step in starting a spiritual life.
                              0xmf
                                Do you consider posts as property? So if I don't like X and if X reposts me then I'm right to be offended. Such is life on ADN. Hey don't shoot this implicit-to-explicit translator My soln (after discovery) is to only RP X if there's @ from X to me first
                                0xmf
                                  I am a bit chuffed and proud my dotfiles settings did not fall down and break on WSL bash. Says a lot about WSL bash and my settings. This means WSL bash should be ok for stuff if it's not on the bleeding/breaking edge. I did run into / and \ issues tho.
                                  0xmf
                                    And my first git push (from v 1.9 git) from WSL bash using my dotfiles has gone through. I simply copied their .bash_logout for later processing. Right now it's in my repo and sure to cause breakages...but hey what are wasted heartbeats otherwise for?
                                    0xmf
                                      Oh my nice check marks and not-check marks from UTF-8 are not working correctly in WSL bash. I haz sad. No, this means further tinkering with my dotfiles to detect such, so I love this ;)
                                      0xmf
                                        Not all WSL is bad, however, there is a hidden gem I discovered in .bash_logout ...so...