Lohoris

Genova, Italy

lohoris.net

Age: 34

Co-Founder @ Goblinsama S.r.l.s.

93.3333 degrees that's why they call me Mr. Celsius

Just like "I was just following orders" was not an excuse, "My religion claims I had to do it" is neither. If you behave as an offensive bigot, you are an offensive bigot. Petty excuses will not be tolerated. Ramen.

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comment How can I force trolls to drop their inventory before I kick or ban them?
If the game is designed this way…
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awarded Critic
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comment Story about surrogate mother
@chuacw true, but he missed the timeframe by just 4 years in 28, it's quite usual to misremember a date, especially if you gave such an enormously large range.
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comment Will I be sued for a programming questions and solutions startup?
This could be moved to Law SE, but it would need a major rewrite even there.
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awarded Citizen Patrol
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comment Equity of a Software Engineer joining as a co-founder
@RobertGrant why not? Sure, this might give a tip in case (as I hope) he loads up his lawyer and unleashes him towards the scammer, but I doubt that would compromise the outcome anyway…
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comment How often do law enforcement authorities commandeer civilian transportation?
I'm surprised there's no mention of reparations after the fact, but maybe it's in a paragraph omitted here? Or it is implied elsewhere?
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comment Story-Identification: One people constructs a building, one people tears it down - they are unaware of each other
@Richard also consider he "heard a synopsis", didn't even watch it himself.
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comment Did Thomas Paine really give up book royalties?
Never a good idea to do such a thing: if he didn't, he would have been able to write more books, further increasing the spread of his ideas. Unless, of course, he planned not to do it anyway.
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comment È corretto dire "sprezzando il pericolo"?
Io a naso direi "a sprezzo del pericolo" o "in sprezzo del pericolo", ma mi fa fatica controllare se siano corrette o meno.
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comment Even after years of research, why are planes unable to keep passengers alive in case of a fiery crash?
@PeterKämpf non-zero risk sure, but there might be several other ways to solve this problem. There aren't any now, but this doesn't mean the we should assume this will be the same in future.
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comment Even after years of research, why are planes unable to keep passengers alive in case of a fiery crash?
This assumes that the only way to crash-proof a plane is to make the plane itself crash-proof, "but people inside it die". Well, duh, of course this is not right way to do that. In future maybe there could be "alternate approaches" towards this problem, which might prevent the sudden deceleration in the first place. Obviously I don't know how, but still this answer is wrong, since it takes a wrong assumption, i.e. "there can't be any other way, and the specific obvious way doesn't work".
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comment Origin of the idea of a series of books
@fdb why? It's not obvious.
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comment How to speak with someone whose language drifted from your own
@Lostinfrance that's why I said "might", I'm not sure about that. Still, I think you could get better answers over there. Once over there they just tell you "well, no, we don't know", then you'd have to come back here for some people to guess.
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comment How to speak with someone whose language drifted from your own
This might be a better question for Language SE, maybe? It's very technical, it requires just that technical knowledge, and doesn't require "making stuff up coherently" like usually questions here do.
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comment How would Death Star move between systems?
@Seth nice point, but still he is talking about moving stuff through space, and without FTL it's just pointless.
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comment Origin of the idea of a series of books
This is an interesting question, but it might fall to the "it depends on the definitions" category.
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comment How would Death Star move between systems?
@user6760 I'm just saying that you can't have science-based stuff in such a universe, since some core tenants of that universe are FTL travel and The Force, which are exactly 0% science according to our current knowledge. Remove the science-based requirement and it might become a nice question.
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comment How would Death Star move between systems?
-1 "Star Wars" + [tag:science-based] = fail.
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comment How can I auto-select the spellcheck language in Firefox?
Thanks for the two-profiles tip, I considered doing that, but the hassle would be greater than the gain, I fear :/
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