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pittman
    Best Synapse photo ever. @tombihn Image [d.pr]
    pittman
      @veritrope I can't believe you had the balls to keep snapping photos of him.
      pittman
        Launchpad's sparkling effect continues to annoy the fuck out of me.
        pittman
          No idea why, but Touch ID remembers my left thumb just fine, it gets amnesia every time I try to unlock it with my right thumb.
          pittman
            Another sign Japan is safer than America: The 6:00 news' top story is about a tree branch falling on someone.
            pittman
              Having read POODR and The Rspec Book, the Agile Rails book's unit tests make me want to scream.
              pittman
                It always feels weird when male programmers try to overcompensate for the industry's sexism by using exclusively female characters in their user case scenarios.
                pittman
                  Finally making a serious attempt to learn Rails...
                  pittman
                    Installing nokogiri is probably my least favorite thing in the world.
                    pittman
                      @veritrope no keyboard case, but I have used TB's cache for a while and that's great.
                      pittman
                        Any time Denis Leary is the guest for The Daily Show, you know they couldn't get anyone else.
                        pittman
                          I could do without apps trying to be funny when confirming I saved a link to Reading List. I get it. You think you're very clever.
                          pittman
                            @veritrope he's looking for his lost keys.
                            pittman
                              @robjwells I had the same idea.
                              pittman
                                Why does Python need 'string'.upper() with the method after and len('string') with the string as the argument?
                                pittman
                                  The latest update to Pages actually made it useful again (for me).
                                  pittman
                                    @chadhs @veritrope @nickwynja I appreciate the NWP though. While I have very few people to talk to here, if it weren't for those people, I would've had a much harder time learning Ruby over the last few months.