Iv wrote:Oh... Someone is getting into deep learning...
serutan wrote:fibonacci wrote:If you point a telescope out to the right off the edge of the chart, on a clear night you can spot "Vegans".
Standing next to MacIntosh owners.
da Doctah wrote:I'll never understand how a liking for quiche was chosen as the litmus test for unmanliness.
Quiche is pie.
Pie with bacon!
Soupspoon wrote:I like lemony things. (I even like to ask for "something lemony, please" after a blood donation, that I know will get me a lemon cordial, over and above tea, coffee, orange (cordial) or plain water.)
Reka wrote:I don't get it, and explainxkcd isn't being helpful.
Bloopy wrote:I wonder if Inverse Code Golf would work slightly better. Write a seemingly pointless program and see if anyone can come up with a problem that it solves.
TheEngineer wrote:If you were Brian Griffin's age (7) during the first season of Family Guy, you would now be 26 and most probably dead (assuming you are a dog).
Tub wrote:Rigorous, that list is not. A pedant would have multiple edits to make.
strix99 wrote:MYSQL SERVER 5.5.45 SECRETLY RUNS TWO PARALLEL DATABASES FOR PEOPLE WHO SAY "S-Q-L" AND "SEQUEL"
But does one return results that are subtlety off?
JudeMorrigan wrote:Should have had "Vulcan" and "Romulan" blobs on the chart.