Post a picture, entertain me!

I thought that was going to be a "beating a dead horse" punchline.

And now this is on the next page, so nobody knows what I'm talking about. Great.

What's this weirdo talking about?

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merphle wrote:

I thought that was going to be a "beating a dead horse" punchline.

And now this is on the next page, so nobody knows what I'm talking about. Great.

i don't think a trebuchet could put enough spin on a horse to make it go in a L shape.

FiveIron wrote:
merphle wrote:

I thought that was going to be a "beating a dead horse" punchline.

And now this is on the next page, so nobody knows what I'm talking about. Great.

i don't think a trebuchet could put enough spin on a horse to make it go in a L shape.

Maybe that’s why they used a catapult. #pedantic

I've seen the Knight's move described as one space orthogonal followed by one space diagonal. That's basically a straight line at a 20-30 degree angle mapped onto a square grid. It doesn't actually matter how you figure the target location; the important bit is the up-and-over that bypasses anything that would be in the way regardless of how you figure the path.

I just thought the horse did a kick ass move.

Hay - was that an attempt at a pun? If so, please rein yourself in from using puns on this thread. Too much of such horse-play on a forum can lead to unbridled chaos. This thread is already long in the tooth, we don’t want any unnecessary shenanigans to cause it to kick the bucket. If you want to use silly puns, please hoof it over to the Dad Jokes thread.

Horsefeathers!

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NSMike wrote:

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it's law in Washington state starting in 2023! (And already is I believe in a couple others)

For you programmers out there

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Bravo

Scaramouch, Scaramouch

Do the fandango!

Thunderbolt...

Chairman_Mao wrote:
NSMike wrote:

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it's law in Washington state starting in 2023! (And already is I believe in a couple others)

It's been a law in Colorado for many years.

The university I work for doesn't list the pay for jobs until after you have created an account on their hiring site and partially filled out the applications. To create an account you have to put in quite a bit of information.

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It's amazing the number of words Shakespeare added to the English vocabulary

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I sense a president in the making IMAGE(https://i.postimg.cc/nLwK2kZp/Screenshot-20220805-211115-Edge.jpg)

confused, why was a D running against 3 R in a primary? makes it look like he demolished the competition, but was the vote split 3 ways between the others?

Some districts/states have single open primaries where all candidates from all parties participate in a single vote. I know California does that.

Chairman_Mao wrote:

I sense a president in the making IMAGE(https://i.postimg.cc/nLwK2kZp/Screenshot-20220805-211115-Edge.jpg)

Quintin_Stone wrote:

Some districts/states have single open primaries where all candidates from all parties participate in a single vote. I know California does that.

yeah sorry for context the top 2 vote getters go to the general election.

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I feel personally attacked...

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I don't appreciate this smear campaign against Disney.