they _are_ rules I’m just making up aren’t they? I never thought of like that — I just start typing and that’s what comes out — but yeah, that’s what I’m doing. Cool – learned something about myself – thank you! and I’m glad it makes sense!

they _are_ rules I’m just making up aren’t they? I never thought of like that — I just start typing and that’s what comes out — but yeah, that’s what I’m doing. Cool – learned something about myself – thank you! and I’m glad it makes sense!

“Ya know, sometimes you just make up rules, and I find that interesting because I have yet to disagree with any of them. Try harder.”

” well, my son does the same thing. ESPECIALLY when he has been programming. It’s like you are reasoning out loud. As if you are writing a program for the next operation of social behavior. Such on-point reasoning is hard to argue with. Especially when you’d mentally debugged it.”

“We really should have more programmers in higher offices”

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Wow, I honestly never thought of it like that. But that’s basically what it is. It’s like, I can see that if only they tweak this one thing or that other things, a lot of stuff would work more properly. I don’t expect perfection – that’s not possible — but I can see little tweaks that would improve things… or a “better way” to look at a situation. Doesn’t mean I’m right just that it’s logical to me for whatever reason.

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I mean, it’s logical: grease based which is why soap kills it. And on surfaces it helps. But it’s spread by spittle while breathing, which is why masks work.

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