Andy

Broward County, FL

Age: 25

Literature -> Computer Science -> Chemistry -> Linguistics student. Don't ask.
Currently a research analyst in compliance for a large corporation.

I am a big fan of chocolate milk.

Aug
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answered What’s a word for someone who dislikes language change?
Jul
31
comment SQL - Include Rows with 0 Aggregate Results
That did it beautifully. I need to read up on how to better use the on clause, I suppose.
Jul
31
accepted SQL - Include Rows with 0 Aggregate Results
Jul
31
revised SQL - Include Rows with 0 Aggregate Results
Added an example
Jul
31
comment SQL - Include Rows with 0 Aggregate Results
I see the logic here and I like this approach, but it still isn't populating the rows that have 0s. :(
Jul
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asked SQL - Include Rows with 0 Aggregate Results
Jul
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Inquisitive
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awarded Curious
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awarded Curious
Jul
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comment Can we authenticate the claim that "grungy" was used to mean "envious or jealous" in 1920s slang?
Not much in the n-gram viewer.
Jun
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Notable Question
Jun
24
comment "More acrid than" but "stupider than" Why is that?
@tchrist I'll cite my source when I am able to later, this was taken from my textbook from the course Morphology & Syntax of the English Language.
Jun
23
answered "More acrid than" but "stupider than" Why is that?
Jun
18
comment How to understand this "I not only" structure
@ColinFine Just, in this scenario, works when used with the meaning of only, and requires a subordinate clause. I not quite understand [x] is something I hear not too infrequently, but I suppose it could be a bastardization of I do not quite understand.
Jun
17
comment A word or phrase for "The problem solved itself"
I think here the best response would just be "problem cannot be replicated."
Jun
17
comment How to understand this "I not only" structure
@ColinFine It works with just and quite, too, off the top of my head. Perhaps there is some constraint where it only works with quantitative adverbs? I want to say monosyllabic as well, but only defies that.
Jun
17
comment How to understand this "I not only" structure
@ColinFine It's a logical negation of only... there's nothing anomalous about this construct. As well, the question isn't about that, it's about explaining what's going on.
Jun
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answered How to understand this "I not only" structure
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