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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answered How to approach the creation of fairy-tale world
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asked Why isn't Parse storing the session, i.e. login isn't persistent
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answered Why isn't Parse storing the session, i.e. login isn't persistent
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Element list dynamically loading a webpage
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on RegEx & Powershell: Use Regex to Create Files based on name found in CSV
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Two submit buttons with different values in CakePHP
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on "The user is not enabled for live streaming" Error
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awarded Editor
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revised Pilot passed out in a small GA plane. What can a passenger do?
fixed format
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comment Why did the Native American city of Cahokia die out?
It's not about that city specifically, but you likely want to have a look at Collapse, by Jared Diamond.
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comment Survive the full moon in a country largely populated by werewolves
Furthermore, incidents such as this one would be a huge problem for Lycania, which would go great lengths in order to prevent this from happening ever again. Or it doesn't really need foreigners, then the whole premise doesn't make sense anyway. Also try to answer this question: why/how it did actually happen for this to be a first world country in the first place, and why/how did the other nations not catch up?
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comment Survive the full moon in a country largely populated by werewolves
That being said, you could work on something like "employer does protect his employees" but "employer goes bankrupt or something" and "suddenly, employees are in danger". Sure, this only works if your story has to span for a single full moon, since after that survivors would likely flee elsewhere.
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comment Survive the full moon in a country largely populated by werewolves
@MicheleC I appreciate you're working on it, but this is still not enough… "you don't ensure people safety" --> "nobody will come". Just look at the real world, with engineers going to work into third-world dangerous countries. If the employee is valuable enough, the employer protects him. If he isn't valuable enough, no reason to hire him in the first place. If he's valuable enough and the employer doesn't want to protect him, he will just go somewhere else. I understand you could tailor up a strange situation where this wouldn't hold true, but it wouldn't be really believable anyway…
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awarded Commentator
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comment Is it really possible to produce 99.9% crystal meth?
@Zaibis no. Adding zeroes adds precision, while omitting them basically means "it could be any number". "99.9" might be "99.901" or "99.943" as far as you know. This is because we are talking about measured quantities, and not pure math (pun intended).
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comment How to conquer a country, forever
@Fhnuzoag what's democracy exactly, anyway?
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comment Airship Aircraft Carrier Dimensions
IMHO this is in-topic here, but you'd have a higher chance of getting an answer somewhere else.
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comment Survive the full moon in a country largely populated by werewolves
On one hand I like this question. On another hand, it doesn't make sense: if your employer is so accommodating, how come he doesn't come up with a solution? This is really senseless, there's no way around it. They want to hire you for some reason (why?), will help you settle, but won't go any length to ensure you won't die? Makes zero sense, sorry, you'd better fix that :/ Thanks @Liesmith for posting an answer focussing on this problem, much better than I would have ^^
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comment Possible distance travelled by horse over 6 weeks?
Pretty cold for a temperate summer, I must say…
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comment Resigning when you are on annual leave
I don't understand, why don't you just send an email?
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