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Louis Gray
Why You'll Never Make A Living Playing Live Poker Tournaments -
Why You'll Never Make A Living Playing Live Poker Tournaments
"It's nearly impossible to be a tournament specialist in the States unless playing high stakes. Even in Vegas, the full schedule of tournament series supplemented by dailies isn't a viable profession. Yeah, you can make money doing it, but not nearly as much as you can make playing $1-$3 no-limit. If you want to be a tournament specialist, move to Mexico and grind online. If your cash game has holes, it's time to plug them." - Louis Gray from Bookmarklet
During the height of TV and online poker a few years ago there were very regular tournaments in Vegas, but most casinos have cut back their poker rooms and tournaments. Back then my friend bought into a tourny at Caesar's and they had cameras everywhere. Not so unusual for the time. It's all about the cash game now, which is many hours of grinding with a sufficient bankroll as the article points out. - Eric - Watch Me Now
The FBI ruined everything in 2011. - Not Me
Looks like Joyly wants to be a sister wife! - Jenny H.
Victor Ganata
Hoisted by their own petard. (via Sick Sad World )
Of course, some of us went to high school in other countries and managed quite well without reading so much American fiction. - DJF from Android
Dominic, on discovering the Ikea office chair has a zip-up back: "Oh cool. We could put a gun in there."
>.> I blame Texas. - Jessie
Nice to know he's acclimating so well to America - Soup in a TARDIS
That's just silly. Everyone knows that you attach the gun with some brackets under the desk. - Steven Perez from Android
We have plastic desks so we're SOL on that one. :-( - Jessie
BLAH. i grew up in Texas and never owned or became fascinated with guns. there is some OTHER cause. - Big Joe Silence
Andrew C (✔)
RT @angryasianman: The Greatest Business Card Ever:
RT @angryasianman: The Greatest Business Card Ever:
'China's Foremost', hands down. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Rescue Hero - Eric - Watch Me Now
I wonder what he'd do to you if you took his business card and said "Only top ten? Not number one or at least top three? No thanks." - Victor Ganata
This man listened to Bonny Tyler a little too much. - Pete
"China Low Carbon Emission" makes me crack up. Maybe he needs some bullets or numbers or something. - Victor Ganata
That's one busy guy. - Steven Perez
I am also, a low carbon emission - Mo Kargas
Does that mean he farts less? - Rodfather
Maybe he exhales very slowly. - Victor Ganata
Maybe he plants a sufficient number trees for enough CO2 breath emissions offset credits. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
well whatever he wants to put on his card is ok with him after all he's earned it !! "Chen is one of China's top 400 richest people, and was estimated to have a personal fortune of worth $740 million in 2012. He's recently been in the news because he wants to buy The New York Times for a couple of billion bucks." - Peter Dawson
Really? A few bn? I might give a fiver, tops - Mo Kargas
well now he wants to bid on a bridge (as per forbes) - Peter Dawson
I never expected Chen's card to look like this, but then again, knowing what I know of him, this doesn't seem far-fetched. - Anika
Victor Ganata
One other thing about watching "Catching Fire": I totally couldn't get the whole Philip Seymour Hoffman/Robert Scoble resemblance out of my head.
RT @lukeoneil47: It's pronounced Christmas jift, actually.
Choosy Santas choose jifts. - Mark Trapp
Victor Ganata
"If somebody asks you to keep a secret, that secret is a lie."
Cake secrets? - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Louis Gray
FestivusFeed: Start Festivus right with the traditional Airing of Grievances
A festivusfeed theme, would have been awesome. - Not Me
I wonder what ever became of the pole? - Kevin Fox
The pole was lost in a 2008 accident. - Louis Gray
The FestivusFeed icon remains: - Louis Gray
When do we get FestivusBook? Can we make it available once a year through the Konami Code? - Jesse Stay
:-) - Kevin Fox from iPhone
Yay! When is the airing of the laundry? #doesntwatchSeinfeld - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
LOL It's the Airing of Grievances. I like laundry better, though. - Anika
who bumped this ?? I have a grrivance for bumping old old threads !! - Peter Dawson
I have a grievance that LG posted this and yet he's hardly here anymore. I challenge him to a feat of strength. - Spidra Webster
I am always here, Spidra. I have a grievance that you assume the inaccurate. - Louis Gray
can we get a logo change up in here? - Laura Norvig
Yay. The gift that keeps on giving. - A Gunny named Slickback
Bret Taylor
Happy Holidays!
Dead programs don't let you make comments - Ozgur Demir
dead programs don't let you like things - Roberto Bonini
Dead programs don't..... work. - tehKenny
Yay! The graphic has officially been flipped! No need for nostalgia. - Louis Gray
Kenndy actually makes a good point here... :) - Roberto Bonini
Merry Eggnog! ... and jeez, what's with the rude comments? It's the holidays. #relax - Mona Nomura
I think everyone knew exactly what you meant jeremy :) - Roberto Bonini
Jeremy, perhaps there's a misunderstanding. As a rule, FriendFeeders celebrate Festivus - maybe someone mistook this thread for the Airing of the Grievences ceremony. In any event, I got a lot of problems with you people! And now you're gonna hear about it! - John Craft
*gets popcorn* - Roberto Bonini
A little goes a long way around these here parts. *picks teeth with straw* - Josh Haley
^^^ :) - Micah
:) - Shandiz
Happy :)))))))))))))))))))) - ★ Soner Gönül
Happy Holidays everyone! :-D - Kol Tregaskes
Merry Christmas - Xitong Liu
Merry Christmas - victed from iPhone
Bump. - Kol Tregaskes
like for the bump, ;) - chaz2b
ta... - --ef--
Thanks much Bret. Happy Holidays to you too! - RON08 owned by jd again
Feliz Navidad - Harlem Garciia
I liked it - abdul amid
hey :) - amal
holaa - Sercan
bretçim sana dm atamıyorum abone olur musun:) - Aynebilim G.
I do love this logo!!! - Rachel Lea Fox
I wonder how the holiday logo for FF will look this year? - Eivind
thanks - solncee
breeeettt evine dön..evde çoluk çocuk perişannnn..söz veriyorum kirli çoraplarını kanepeye bıraktın diye bi daha kızmayacam!! - Aynebilim G.
UYUMA BRET - feraye
. - AJ Batac
Just had our first snow 45°30′N 73°34′W, Happy upcoming Holidays '13. - Zu from AOD
این بابا هم اواتارش با عکس زنش انداخته - alireza6211
UYUMA BRET - feraye - Koray AI
hindiyi yedin mi bret? - Kenny Powers
hoppalaaa... - Abdul Relief
daje - yespa - продажа и монтаж кондиционеров в Санкт-Петербурге - Ivan Denisov
program and training with #Dwayne_Johnson in six pays per week http://dwaynejohnson-therock.b... - AHMED2020
Paul Buchheit
Last friday I taped an iPhone to my head and ran around Paris capturing the most famous sights in a single (somewhat shaky) shot. Here's the video:
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*spot reserved for a later comment* - Micah from iPhone
Now we know what that 94 minute video was. :) - Not Me
that explain other FF posts, looking for tapes and where can one upload large video files ;-). - Tzury Bar Yochay
Yeah, I never did get the duct tape though, so I had to use clear packaging tape instead (with a sock stuffed between the iPhone and my hat to get the correctish angle). - Paul Buchheit
Patent it NOW - Josh Haley
Well, this is just genius! - Eric - Watch Me Now
When you said you ran you weren't speaking metaphorically. - Eric - Watch Me Now
Very Cool Paul! - Jeff P. Henderson
great and inspiring - Nenko Ivanov
this was perfect, I opened up my Paris map and followed you :) - İpek Aral
I'm surprised you were able to follow. I didn't have a map (my iPhone was taped to my head!) so I made a number of wrong turns, though the high-level route was pretty basic. - Paul Buchheit
Saw the vimeo on your stream and watched a little of it. Great stuff! Cool to see new iphone vid quality. (er 3gs? quality, hmm) Oh yeah, and enjoy Paris! - Jay
It's actually a 3GS, not an iphone 4. - Paul Buchheit
I think I might tape a photo of Paul with an iPhone taped to his head to my head because I want to get arrested for being a menace. - Akiva
You can fit an iPad on my forehead. - Josh Haley
Ahhh this explains the "ducktape in Paris" stuff LOL :D (that picture is full of geeky win!) - Susan Beebe
@Paul just curious how much battery did you have left after you were done recording? - BRҰANSAҰS
Something like 22%, as I recall. I had put the phone in airplane mode to reduce wireless consumption and also because I'm concerned that an incoming call would stop the video or something. - Paul Buchheit
Not bad. I guess you could get at least 2 hours of recording on one charge. - BRҰANSAҰS from BuddyFeed
Nice idea, OP - LANjackal
this is definitely on the list of 'quirkiest things ever done with an iPhone'. :-) - Olivia Lovag
this is so romantic - τorƍue
awesome, you just needed a gun and it would make a cool REAL-time FPS :) - Emil Kirichev
oh thanks you soo much!!! I love it! - Bojan Babic
surprisingly un-shaky - Sally Relton Shakespeare
Avg. speed: 9.48 km/h (9.23 mi in 94 min, see red track - Jérôme
Paul had the initial idea for Google Glass exactly two years before Google launched Glass. :) - Space Cowboy
Now, if only he had thought of Gmail. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
I hope this isn't the start of a "people walk around cities w/smartphones taped to their hats" trend. - ronin
I hope it is - Mo Kargas
If so, it'll just be transitional until smartphones are replaced by glasses-phones. Or smart glasses. Do we have an official name for those yet? - Andrew C (✔)
Iphone taped to the forehead, what a nice way to show #IamAmerican abroad :) - непростые коротышки
first laugh of the day, ty a.t. - chaz2b
LOL, Google Glass back in the days. Monsieur: Martini? Great stuff as I was doing myself a lot of these then too... 9) - Zu from AOD
up di apprezzamento dall'Italia - naltro
Bret Taylor
You can now get a daily or weekly email digest for anybody's feed on FriendFeed. You'll get a daily or weekly email with the most popular posts from that person's feed. To get the email, click the "Email/IM" link at the top of anyone's feed, and select the "Best of day" or "Best of week" email option.
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You can see all of your email settings at - Bret Taylor
Thanks Bret! :) - Matt Ruiz
Thanks to Kevin for doing a great design for what turned out to be a more complex set of UI options than we had originally anticipated, and thanks to Tudor for implementing the email backend. - Bret Taylor
Great! Thanks! Love FF! - Scott Monaco
I now get the FriendFeed Feedback posts as a Best of Day email so it doesn't fill up my feed, but I don't miss feedback. I also set up a "Best of Day" email for my "Technology people" friend list so I get a pretty good overview of tech news every day via email. - Bret Taylor
This is a really cool idea Bret, I wish you can make that an RSS feed option as well. I'd be much more likely to read summaries in RSS than in email. - manielse (Mark Nielsen)
Lovely. Thanks guys. - Mitchell Tsai
Casey: Thanks for the tip. What's the 7 before the "?" mean in the URL? The number of likes or replies needed to be included? - manielse (Mark Nielsen)
this is killer, the random influx of email during the day was kinda getting fail-ish. I love the daily digest. - Drew Lucas
Very cool! Any way to get archives of previous months? (especially helpful for those of us who leave the internet for weeks at a time...) - Mitchell Tsai
WOW. that's really helpful! - K.D.
Looks like a great addition for those who are not embedded on the site. Nice intro. - Louis Gray
Cool! - Josh Haley
Ahsan: it is somewhat random right now when the emails are sent, but we built in the backend capability to control what time they are sent, and we plan on exposing that control to users in the future. Right now, it is kind of random - sorry! - Bret Taylor
Cool! can i get a daily or weekly email digest for the "Saved searches"? - 0M0M from email
This will be incredibly useful. Thanks to all involved in the design and execution. - Kathy Fitch
Nice addition! - Michael Fidler
But what exactly is "Best"? Is it anything that has a certain number of likes/comments? - Laura Norvig
@Bret LOL THAT WAS MY PROJECT! I will release it tomorrow. But you've also did it and killed my friendfeed application **sigh** But mine has multi-reporting weekly-daily-monthly at the same time and adjustable entry count! - Alp
@Bret please consolidate me or I won't code new apps with you api! :-) - Alp
Alp: we were not trying to withhold data. Later today the documentation will be updated to reflect the ability to obtain "Best of" for users. The feed id will be USERNAME/summary/N (similar to "Best of" for lists) - Benjamin Golub
Hi Ben, that is pretty funny, I tried that URL earlier today to see if it has been secretly released :) - Paul Kinlan
Bret: While Twitter struggle to keep their fail whale under control, you guys are developing stuff like this. Amazing - Thanks! - Jim Connolly
awesome feature, this will be highly useful for my corporate group ideas / content sharing; projects, etc.... THANK YOU :) - Susan Beebe
Great work. I especially like that it works on lists too. - Meryn Stol
my inbox might say different, but I like that :-) - Dobromir Hadzhiev
Wow, this is really neat! And it links into the idea I expressed earlier, re: reducing signup friction / enabling limited guest privileges. Imagine if I could embed one of my FF rooms on my personal web site, and enable people to subscribe to that feed by e-mail with just a couple of clicks... rather than saying "you can get e-mail notifications but you have to sign up for Friendfeed first." "sign up" -- though admirably lightweight on FF -- is still a huge barrier. - Adam Lasnik
is there a love button cause I dont like this option I LOVE this option..great work guys - (jeff)isageek
Three options I would like (1) Can I select "top 100" instead of "top 30"? (2) Could I select both "best of day" and "best of week"? (3) How about older timeperiods? I'd love to get an e-mail with stuff from last week or Mar 2009? Start & end dates? Anything to help me read FriendFeed off-line would be great since I spend long periods off-line at festivals (especially during summer time) or overseas. - Awesome job guys! - Mitchell Tsai
So this works on groups too, cool! But we still cannot see Best of for groups on the site on friends lists. :-( I have several friends lists that include just groups and when I select to view the best of the page it's empty (even though if I got to the individual best of for those groups there are entries there). - Kol Tregaskes
does anyone know of a web service that can do this? (I'm thinking weekly email updates of my favorite feeds/people) I don't think there's anything like friendfeed .. - Franc, a rememberer
That's a cool feature - Xitong Liu
Emails no longer get sent except for Subscriptions. The last non-sub email I recieved was July 15th, 2011. - Not Me
I still get them. - AJ Batac
I get these every day. - Me
i get it - solncee
I still get it - AJ Batac
*jealous* I no longer get anything but subscription emails. - Bruce Lewis
Following US Politics that way ever since and the emails always went through: so happy this never went off course and kept a valuable record of these threads. - Zu from AOD
vay - kotak
unutmadık :) - alperyz
Andrew C (✔)
Via Tudor: "The Night Watch" (on systems programming)
"You might ask, “Why would someone write code in a grotesque language that exposes raw memory addresses? Why not use a modern language with garbage collection and functional programming and free massages after lunch?” Here’s the answer: Pointers are real. They’re what the hardware understands. Somebody has to deal with them. You can’t just place a LISP book on top of an x86 chip and hope that the hardware learns about lambda calculus by osmosis." - y'know, though, a couple of my college friends bought a then-vintage LISP Machine because it was cool that it natively understood LISP. - Andrew C (✔)
Isn't this why the GNU Hurd kernel was delayed for so, so long and why there has never been a stable version? RMS was trying to write a kernel in Lisp and instead got Emacs instead? ;) - Victor Ganata
Victor Ganata
The Night Watch - James Mickens
"As a highly trained academic researcher, I spend a lot of time trying to advance the frontiers of human knowledge. However, as someone who was born in the South, I secretly believe that true progress is a fantasy, and that I need to prepare for the end times, and for the chickens coming home to roost, and fast zombies, and slow zombies, and the polite zombies who say 'sir' and 'ma’am' but then try to eat your brain to acquire your skills." - Victor Ganata
"When the revolution comes, I need to be prepared; thus, in the quiet moments, when I’m not producing incredible scientific breakthroughs, I think about what I’ll do when the weather forecast inevitably becomes RIVERS OF BLOOD ALL DAY EVERY DAY." - Victor Ganata
"…because, in a world without hope, snake throwing is a reasonable way to resolve disputes." - Victor Ganata
"However, the most important person in my gang will be a systems programmer. A person who can debug a device driver or a distributed system is a person who can be trusted in a Hobbesian nightmare of breathtaking scope; a systems programmer has seen the terrors of the world and understood the intrinsic horror of existence. The systems programmer has written drivers for buggy devices whose firmware was implemented by a drunken child or a sober goldfish." - Victor Ganata
"A systems programmer will know what to do when society breaks down, because the systems programmer already lives in a world without law." - Victor Ganata
"Listen: I’m not saying that other kinds of computer people are useless. I believe (but cannot prove) that PHP developers have souls. I think it’s great that database people keep trying to improve select-from-where, even though the only queries that cannot be expressed using select-from-where are inappropriate limericks from 'The Canterbury Tales.'" - Victor Ganata
"In some way that I don’t yet understand, I’m glad that theorists are investigating the equivalence between five-dimensional Turing machines and Edward Scissorhands. In most situations, GUI designers should not be forced to fight each other with tridents and nets as I yell 'THERE ARE NO MODAL DIALOGS IN SPARTA.'" - Victor Ganata
"As a systems hacker, you must be prepared to do savage things, unspeakable things, to kill runaway threads with your bare hands, to write directly to network ports using telnet and an old copy of an RFC that you found in the Vatican." - Victor Ganata
"When you debug systems code, there are no high-level debates about font choices and the best kind of turquoise, because this is the Old Testament, an angry and monochromatic world, and it doesn’t matter whether your Arial is Bold or Condensed when people are covered in boils and pestilence and Egyptian pharaoh oppression." - Victor Ganata
"Nothing ruins a Friday at 5 P.M. faster than taking one last pass through the log file and discovering a word-aligned buffer address, but a buffer length of NUMBER OF ELECTRONS IN THE UNIVERSE. This is a sorrow that lingers, because a 2^893 byte read is the only thing that both Republicans and Democrats agree is wrong." - Victor Ganata
"An impossibly large buffer error is even worse, because these errors often linger in the background, quietly overwriting your state with evil; if a misaligned memory access is like a criminal burning down your house in a fail-stop manner, an impossibly large buffer error is like a criminal who breaks into your house, sprinkles sand atop random bedsheets and toothbrushes, and then waits for you to slowly discover that your world has been tainted by madness." - Victor Ganata
"You might ask, 'Why would someone write code in a grotesque language that exposes raw memory addresses? Why not use a modern language with garbage collection and functional programming and free massages after lunch?'" - Victor Ganata
"When it’s 3 A.M., and you’ve been debugging for 12 hours, and you encounter a virtual static friend protected volatile templated function pointer, you want to go into hibernation and awake as a werewolf and then find the people who wrote the C++ standard and bring ruin to the things that they love." - Victor Ganata
"Thus, I fully support high-level languages in which pointers are hidden and types are strong and the declaration of data structures does not require you to solve a syntactical puzzle generated by a malevolent extraterrestrial species." - Victor Ganata
"'Yeah, that sounds bad. Have you checked the log files for errors?' I said, 'Indeed, I would do that if I hadn’t broken every component that a logging system needs to log data. I have a network file system, and I have broken the network, and I have broken the file system, and my machines crash when I make eye contact with them. I HAVE NO TOOLS BECAUSE I’VE DESTROYED MY TOOLS WITH MY TOOLS.'" - Victor Ganata
"I had the modest goal of translating a file read into a network operation, and now my machines have tuberculosis and orifice containment issues." - Victor Ganata
Chinese Students Hilariously Describe What They Think About Regional American Food -
Chinese Students Hilariously Describe What They Think About Regional American Food
I has many LOLs. - Melly from Bookmarklet
Many LOLs. Hilarious to see the reactions given that Chinese cuisine is almost the definition of omnivorous. Esp weird to see people disgusted by grits when rice is a major component of the diet... - Spidra Webster
I'd love to see their reaction to cuisine from the UK and Australia as well. - Melly from FFHound!
Well to be honest though, grits are vile. I love their reaction to the Chicago deep dish. "You will be fat." lol And the caesar salad. "There's bread in it?" :) - Hookuh Tinypants
I just like this? - Julian
I think my favorite was: "We have that in china." Or, perhaps: "(then I lost control of the room for a minute or so)" - Julian
Yup. Which I totally related to. Show people pizza and you might as well just call it a day. :D - Hookuh Tinypants
Also the taco reaction. "This is nice!" Indeed. :D - Hookuh Tinypants
"Hey we're taking a photo here.." (in NY accent)
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Isn't that just typical!!!! - Kevin J Hatton
One in a million. I love it. - Adam Reyher from Alert Thingy
That's insanely lucky. - James Rishabh Mishra
seriously this is not photoshopped? oh this is too funny, it's like that annoying kid that always jumps in front of the camera. - R. Ferguson
LoL. This is a true once in a life time shot. - Bluesun 2600
precious! - Tammy Hoeck
LOL! Adorable! - Kevin Winn
Quelle jolie photo!! Très originale, j'adore;-) - Orangeade
Cool - Bob Lyr
uhuh, just excellent - TiTi
I think that must be the 'mini-wanker' the lake is named after. - Ken Morley
I love how the camera focuses on the squirrel rather than the people - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
This shot is hilarious!! This is a totally gorgeous spot. been there once. - Nathalie
Begging to be captioned ~ :3 - CannonGod
That's one photogenic little critter. <3 - Sung W. Lim
haha @ Jake Fudge. spot on! - stefan
It's so cute! It almost doesn't look real. Loving it!!! - Jennifer Medlin
So awesome - Mitch
love how its head lines up exactly with the horizon line. *So* much better than it would have been. - Kamilah Reed (K. Gill)
Unbelievable. - Ramene Anthony
See more about this story in CBC news - Carloe Stamp
I laugh ever time I see this. It is so great. - Jim Williams
^^)b - YungSang from FriendFooV2
lol ( in NY accent :) ) - Pinkpackrat
Isn't there a website where you can submit pictures of photo-stealers? This should totally be submitted. || Edit: Found it. - Miss Elle
excelent - Rui was only after Chipper received his prints from the local PhotoMat that he realized two humans had snuck into the background of his lakeview self-portrait. - .LAG liked that
haha picture? lol just kidding =] - Marissa
Bump. - Kol Tregaskes
Still funny! :) - Ken Morley
Nice Photo really ! - Michael Stuart
GOOD - hongyanself
Victor Ganata
The answers to stupid tech news headlines posed as questions - xkcd (via John )
Victor Ganata
Sometimes popular science reporting just totally goes "purple monkey dishwasher".
Andrew C (✔)
Anne Bouey
Starting a roadtrip with Jessie to move her to Dallas!
Have fun and be safe! - Betty Write
Why are you moving here there? What did she do? - Eivind
She has to be broken down before she can be built back up and it's closer than Guantanamo. - Steve C
FFing Enigma
HAHAHA! It's funneh because it's true! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
*likelikelikelikelike* - Ayşe E.
This is the most awesome thing I have seen in a long, long time. - Michael McKean
I was going to put a bandolier on the bunneh and have it say "VIVA LA REVOLUCION!!" but the bunneh was too small. Seriously, though: that bunneh with the carrot bandolier from the PETA ad? PURE WIN. - FFing Enigma
Bunnehs. Ho! Also, the word bandolier seems underutilized. Oh. right: :D - Micah
NOPE. - Steven Perez
embrace the bunneh, Steven. you know you want to... - holly #ravingfangirl
YOU embrace the bunneh. I don't want rabies. :p - Steven Perez from IM
and the bunneh strikes back... - Joel Robert Perez
NOPE NOPE NOPE. - Steven Perez
Yup - FFing Enigma
SuperDuperMegaUltraAwesome LOVE! - Ordinarybug Heather
I've realized how I could have made this even better, so I might redo in the future. - FFing Enigma
LOL You guys ----> always good for taking the edge off a difficult day Thanks :D - comix aka martha
That bunneh is a pikachu lookalike :) or is it just me?? - Roberto Bonini
I can see it, Roberto... - FFing Enigma
Pika? Pika-pika? Pika----CHHUUUUU! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Wait, Steven Perez is PIKACHU?!? I'm so confused! (and prefer Togepi, myself. Togi-Togi!) - Ordinarybug Heather
*bumpity bump bump* - FFing Enigma
Bwahahahaha - John (bird whisperer)
Eek. - Steven Perez
lol - کاوه
o_O - Steven Perez
hahahahahaha - Marissa
makes me laugh every time - Imabug
IT NEVER GOES AWAY. - Steven Perez
BUMP! - AJ Batac
Oh, Lord. I forgot all about this. - Steven Perez
Bump - Mike Nencetti
OH NOEZ! - Steven Perez
Does this still bump? (It still bangs, fo' sho'.) - LB: Ratchet Bear from Android
OH NOEZ! :) - Steven Perez
Yay! I got to see Tina last week. :) - LB: Ratchet Bear from Android
Andrew C (✔)
If you told me last year I'd meet my dream girl but have no chance, I'd've said "still sounds worth it." I woulda been both wrong and right.
:( ? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Well, I dunno, I learned some life lessons and stuff but I did crash and burn. So if I had a button that could rewrite history to steer me away from ever meeting her, I dunno if I would use it, but I'd definitely be tempted. - Andrew C (✔)
Ah. I see. Very sorry, Andrew, it sounds painful. - Stephen Mack
The pain you're dealing with now certainly sucks. I hope there comes a time, some years from now, when you can look back and see how something you learned from this experience gave you the skills to succeed when the next perfect person comes along. - Mary B: #TeamMonique from iPhone
Thanks, you guys. I'm kinda recovering already. I actually wrote this tweet draft about a month ago and I always figured I'd hold off on posting it for a bit. I was way way more bummed when it was fresh. - Andrew C (✔) from Android
*giggle* - Jessie from Bookmarklet
So tempted to use that myself next term >> - Soup in a TARDIS
Dooooo iiiiiiiit :D - Jessie
Gia Milinovich
Oh my goodness. @isagirl_v is on Twitter... 10 years on... Oh my goodness... I don't have time to be obsessed again...
Bret Taylor
FriendFeed API v2 officially launching -
"Two weeks ago, we launched version 2 of the FriendFeed API in beta. Since then, we've watched how developers have been using the API and collected a lot of their feedback. We've implemented some changes, and now, we're ready to remove the beta label!" - Bret Taylor from Bookmarklet
A two weeks beta in the 2.0 era sounds almost blasphem! Congrats! - Simone Ruffilli
Congrats to Ben and Gary for all their hard work getting this out the door. And thanks to all the developers who have been sending us great feedback the past couple weeks. - Bret Taylor /-) - Nicolas Voisin
Bret - Think we'd all be interested in a longer list as more apps make use of the API. Great stuff - Charlie Anzman
Congrats! - Riya Banerjee
v3 ne zaman geliyor hacım? - Çağrı
Bret Taylor
We had some networking issues that were causing packet loss over the past couple days that (we think) have been resolved. If you noticed the site being a bit sluggish, it should be improved now.
ddos? - Hüseyin Mert
Not DDOS; bug on our side. - Tudor Bosman
oh, thanks God :) - Hüseyin Mert
با عضویت در اتاق " در ارتباط با توییتر... " از جدید ترین متعلقات این سرویس با خبر شوید... اسمایلی : (تبلیغات). - سینه سرخ
bret neler oluyor? hani ben yaşadığım sürece ff kapanmayacaktı..hani ff'yi benim üzerime yapmıştın..nedir bu dedikodular??? - Aynebilim G.
Bret yavşaksın olum sen. 2009'dan beri hiç mi siteye girmez lan adam. Olum ne Fb merklısı bir adammışsın lan sen. İnsan merak eder ne var ne yok diye girer de bir selam yazar. Senin amk lan ben. Siktin gül gibi siteyi şimdi de kapanacak diyorlar. Kapatacağına biz Türk kardeşlerine devret kardeşim. Biz domain falan alırız, sokayım boktan domainine. Yönlendireceksin sadece panelden. Ne dersin Bret? Hadi kardeşim bir düşün. gerçi girmiyorsun di mi sen buraya. Hay mk ya. - EG
Hi Bret, we recently heard that you're shutting down Friendfeed - is this true? Please clarify this for the sake of FF Turkish Community :) - DenizTuran
cool - solncee
cool - arieana for shoring in the Turkish Community. - Anthony Berkut
nice to see you againe . - meseret mihreteab
PATRON, GEL BI SAHIP ÇIK ORTAMA! dedikodular aldi yürüdü! - ani
Cool! - Riya Banerjee
Anne Bouey
Packing my duffel for a trip to India and Bhutan. Leaving tomorrow!
Have a safe and fun trip! You have to tell me how many older men you see in Bhutan wearing those tall furry hats. As a kid, all the Bhutanese guys at the mosque wore them & my friend insisted it was like that throughout the country. - Anika
Safe journey Anne! - Janet from FFHound!
Have a wonderful trip, Anne. <3 - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Have fun! Share your photos when you get back! - Soup in a TARDIS
Thanks all! I'm especially looking forward to seeing what "gross national happiness" looks like! - Anne Bouey
Have a good time! - Spidra Webster
Bon Voyage! - Stephen Mack
Safe travels, Anne! - Brent Schaus
Bon voyage, Anne! :) - Jenny H. from Android
You'll have a great time! :) - Eivind
(Curtis/Alan) Jackson
wait but why: 14 Shitty Sayings -
wait but why: 14 Shitty Sayings
"There are a lot of sayings out there. So many that they just kind of blend into normal English. People say things like "enough is enough" and "it goes without saying" and "first things first" without even realizing they're quoting some proverb. Some sayings originated in movies. Others were coined by famous writers or celebrities. A shocking amount were coined by Shakespeare. And while most of these idioms are serving us just fine, there are some that need to go:" - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson from Bookmarklet
"9) The early bird catches the worm! The early bird is also kind of a smug piece of shit. This country has a discrimination problem when it comes to early risers and night owls. If someone works eight hours from 7am to 3pm, everyone's like, "What a great adult!" But if someone works 10 hours, from 11am to 9pm, people are like, "He didn't even get to work until 11 today—he really needs to get his life together." And yes, this is personal." - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
At my last workplace, regular hours were somwhat flexible (lunch did not count, so 10-7, not 10-6), but you couldn't get in later than 10. Nearly everyone came in at 10. - Andrew C (✔)
In my house the early bird is responsible for making the coffee. - Janet
It is better to have loved than not loved at all. I HATE that saying. - Shevonne
i hear many people say "do what" in stead of "excuse me" when they need you to repeat something. I am baffled by this. - Mike Nencetti
I wish the phrase, "it is what it is" would die a fast death. So damn tired of hearing it. - Janet
Regarding "it's déjà vu all over again", even I know who Yogi Berra is and what his quotes are usually like. And déjà vu is a documented neurological phenomenon that isn't necessarily paranormal…. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
I'm a big hater of "Everything happens for a reason." I guess in the strictest sense, that's true, but the reason might be very stupid and meaningless. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
I was about to jump on the "déjà vu all over again" critique (because it's a Yogi Berra-ism fer crying out loud!) But I see Victor already pointed that out. Anything Yogi Berra is quoted for isn't intended to be interpreted at face value, though there is often wisdom underlying the superficial silliness. For example: "Nobody goes there anymore because it's too crowded" is silly on its... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Then there is "She eats like a bird" to describe someone with a small appetite. Birds do not have small appetites! They eat all day! We used that line to describe my daughter when she was small...a bit of a humorous exaggeration about her eating 3X her own weight. - April Russo
Do what, Mike? :) - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
Janet, you're right is what it is. *runs for the door* - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
I don't dislike "it is what it is". I used to, because I was used to analyzing and dissecting everything -- "but why?". But now I see the value in taking things as they are -- the wisdom in figuring out what you can change and focusing your energies appropriately. Don't overthink and overstrategize. - Tudor Bosman
*chasing you down the street young man!* @Tudor, I would rather hear "such is life" versus the "it is what it is". The latter phrase has been overused on so many levels. *back to chasing CAJ! - Janet
I find "such is life" to be a generic platitude but "it is what it is" to refer specifically to the item being discussed. I don't know why they sound differently to me. - Tudor Bosman
Andrew C (✔)
RT @anniellane: Bilbo survived a ton of action and was still kicking when he really shoulda been a tired senior citizen of the shire. Old hobbits die hard.
Old hobbits gaining life unnaturally from black magic die hard. Look at Gollum. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Old people are underestimated all the time. - Micah
RT @mokargas: Since we're raising a stink about people being detained for 9hrs in an airport, we can raise another for those detained in gitmo for 11 yrs.
Andrew C (✔)
RT @brettwhite: DC/WB is all like "Wonder Woman's too confusing for a movie!" and Marvel/Disney is all like "Here's a raccoon with a machine gun"
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