It's even worse than it appears..
One of the cool things about being a programmer is that you can decide to run code that you know has zero chance of working. "Let all hell break loose," a programmer can be heard to say quietly before clicking the Run button. Very few design professions get to do this, I imagine, unless they're psychotic.#
Wellll, the Lakers beat the Knicks last night. No joy in Mudville.#
The pros and cons of pre-ground cannabis, per ChatGPT.#

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