Re: Instructions from Devs
One of our developers sent this link to a blog post titled: "The more times you use the word "simply" in your instructions, the more I suspect you don't know what that word means":
Observe that one of the blog's comments includes the word "plover." Now reflect upon how you pronounce that word. Do you rhyme it simply with clover, or instead simply with cover? It's simple, irregardlessly.
Looks like Tuesday. Feels like Friday.
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