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comment Is it conceivable that President Obama might use the word “queue”?
@ZachLipton That article says 'over “a coffee.”' - erm, what is the American equivalent of "a coffee"?
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comment How to pronounce “Linux”
@snailboat That sounds about the same pronunciation as my recording.
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comment A phrase like “Good effort!”
In my experience "nice try" is almost always used sarcastically, implying someone is trying to do something nefarious. For example: "Nice try, but we caught you red handed!"
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