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    wut! Supposed to snow tomorrow!
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      haha. Youtube comments. They never end, they never get old.
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        "I call BULLSH!T The Rams are just returning to there birth home. Enough of living in Frozentown. Beaches Bikinis and Babes. Sorry St Louis you loose, you can't compete against that"
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          @oluseyi @joeo10 This is it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giWC3WtwoNE Beautiful. So succinct. Local law firm known for lame ads.
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            I assume the ad about The Rams is local saint louis only?
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              #superbowl seems pretty one-sided to me.
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                So, I am watching the #superbowl. Yeah, yeah.m
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                  @oluseyi thanks! @bazbt3 would you put that in Kiwi's appdotnetwiki.net page? Or I can.
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                    @adiabatic redis, means it's all strings. But as I understood, if the keys are all integers under a certain length, it stores them extra-compact. /@0xmf @jws @doctorlinguist I did decide to use UUIDs still… but you're saying to translate it?
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                      @adiabatic integer-lookup is practically free, where UUID lookup has *some* cost.
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                        @adiabatic no, but referring to them is
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                          Grr. How can I consider UUIDs, when it will inherently be slower?
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                            @0xmf yeah - didn't seem to work for me, either.
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                              Not going to bother making "real" UUIDs; will just make pseudo-random. I'll still stick to the format, ofc…
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                                Anybody know if @kiwi works for them? >> @buk: Hi @kiwi is there a problem with your app and free adn accounts? My timeline is not refreshing and the last entry is 59 days old