linebaugh

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I remember that. I think it was a tag team. Gus made some obvious point about how all language is metaphorical and then went on some rant about the #MeToo movement
 

WashYourHands

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When the term “seen” filtered out, that shit was more infectious than Delta

First heard at a pool table aeons ago. One individual couldn’t stop saying it, a ball popped in or a foul called = “seen”, which deviated into scene, soon, same, etc within a few years. Didn’t have the longevity of safe

Currency, language as legal tender, never ending
 

suspended

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kind of the opposite of what were talking about in here, but maybe not-

Ive noticed its getting increasingly harder to google definitions as theres some product, company, media association using said word that takes priority for search engines
Yeah the perspective I'm coming around to is that we have to model search results as an adversarial game between consumers and suppliers of results.
I remember that. I think it was a tag team. Gus made some obvious point about how all language is metaphorical and then went on some rant about the #MeToo movement
I would never.
 

version

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I find this sort of thing insidious. I was just reading an RA article about Spotify streaming sets and mixes and the countries the service was live in were referred to as "markets" instead,

The service is currently available in eight markets: the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, Australia and New Zealand.
 

version

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This, from the replies, is good,

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