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I am the greatest programmer guy ever. One time I put 6 semicolons at then end of my code. Because I'm just that good.


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comment What would be an apt technical term for the fear of eating cat food?
@Mari-LouA the reason behind the large picture is to illustrate the sense of dread and compulsive imagery associated with phobic tendencies. But I will gladly remove it if your comment receives 3 upvotes. Incidentally, what makes you think I am American? Is it my name, my avatar, or my question about cat food?
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comment Is there any expression that is the opposite of “slippery slope”?
It was a tough call but I found the other answer to be a slightly better fit.
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comment Is there any expression that is the opposite of “slippery slope”?
Ohhhhhh post-it notes! chuckle.
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comment Is there any expression that is the opposite of “slippery slope”?
I don't get it. Plank is flat unlike slope, ok. What does Post-ity mean or have to do with slippery?
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