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I like programming, astronomy, history, language, and music.

Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn of me for I am meek and lowly in heart and ye shall find rest unto your soul. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.


Aug
3
comment What is the etymology of the word teeter totter?
Seesaw is southern? I'm from PA and I always called it a seesaw. It could be a local thing too...
Aug
3
comment Something simple and yet complex…
Or "harder than it sounds" depending on the context :)
Aug
3
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Aug
3
revised Difference between “synopsis” and “plot”
formatting
Aug
2
suggested suggested edit on Difference between “synopsis” and “plot”
Jul
27
answered “Communicate over” vs. “communicate through”
Jul
27
comment Difference between “synopsis” and “plot”
I have noticed a difference. A plot normally is more like an outline, whereas a synopsis does seem to be a condensed version.
Jul
27
revised Difference between “synopsis” and “plot”
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Jul
27
asked Difference between “synopsis” and “plot”
Jul
27
comment If I say “The plot of that play stinks,” am I giving a spoiler alert?
One thing to note is that synopsis ALWAYS means SPOOOOIIILLLERRRSS all over the place. A description should not have spoilers in it, if you have to give an alert, take out the part that raises it.
Jul
25
answered Hip Hip Hooray!
Jul
25
suggested suggested edit on Hip Hip Hooray!
Jul
25
answered How to use “used to use”?
Jul
25
revised What is the opposite of “Overridden“
make bold.
Jul
25
suggested suggested edit on What is the opposite of “Overridden“
Jul
25
revised What do you call a USB flash disk?
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Jul
25
revised What do you call a USB flash disk?
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Jul
25
comment Is “misogyny” only applicable to men? What is the antonym of misogyny?
The way it is used, it does very much seem like Lemon is the misogyner. But what the author is trying to say is that this man -- it's a movie, based on the two names being given -- doesn't like women, at least not this woman. He probably makes her feel inferior, like she can't measure up. This has caused her, on top of past insecurities and hurts, to become very unsure of herself, and possibly dangerous "clingy" (maybe not literally, but emotionally). (Pardon the flat adverb)
Jul
25
answered Dedicated “To women” or “To the women”?
Jul
25
comment Dedicated “To women” or “To the women”?
Oh, sorry, didn't notice the difference. And I agree with Tony that "to women everywhere" sounds better.