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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby UniqueScreenname » Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:23 am UTC

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby SurgicalSteel » Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:38 am UTC

ArgonV wrote:
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ArgonV wrote:Wasn't mixing them though. Just drinking a shot of whisky, followed by a shot of bitter. Rinse and repeat.
As in, a full 2oz shot? I like bitters in my whiskey, but I don't think I could take 2 oz of just bitters.

How else does one drink them? Although I usually combine such a shot with a bock beer. Not mixing them together, but just drinking them in concordance. Careful with that stuff though, it can hit you like a mule, even when you know what you're doing :P
I've never considered bitters to be something to be drunk in it's own right. It's like lemoncello or st. germaine. I just put a few drops in a glass of whiskey. I mean, that's why it comes in dropper bottles, right? It would take forever to fill a shotglass.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby e^iπ+1=0 » Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:43 am UTC

Funny you should say that. I'm going to some fancy Italian restaurant later this week and I know they serve shots of limoncello at the end of meals.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby SurgicalSteel » Mon Dec 05, 2011 4:06 am UTC

Hmm, well, I could see limoncello and st. germaine I suppose (though for me both are waaay too sweet to be drunk on their own) but bitters come in dropper bottles, which would indicate to me its intended to be used a few drops at a time, not a whole shot.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

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Funny that, me too! :lol:
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Microscopic cog » Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:59 am UTC

I just manually check every thread in most subforums every day.

I might have a bit too much free time.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby ArgonV » Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:27 pm UTC

SurgicalSteel wrote:
ArgonV wrote:
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ArgonV wrote:Wasn't mixing them though. Just drinking a shot of whisky, followed by a shot of bitter. Rinse and repeat.
As in, a full 2oz shot? I like bitters in my whiskey, but I don't think I could take 2 oz of just bitters.

How else does one drink them? Although I usually combine such a shot with a bock beer. Not mixing them together, but just drinking them in concordance. Careful with that stuff though, it can hit you like a mule, even when you know what you're doing :P
I've never considered bitters to be something to be drunk in it's own right. It's like lemoncello or st. germaine. I just put a few drops in a glass of whiskey. I mean, that's why it comes in dropper bottles, right? It would take forever to fill a shotglass.


Dropper bottles? I usually buy them per (0.7) liter!

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Angua » Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:35 pm UTC

ArgonV wrote:
SurgicalSteel wrote:
ArgonV wrote:
SurgicalSteel wrote:
ArgonV wrote:Wasn't mixing them though. Just drinking a shot of whisky, followed by a shot of bitter. Rinse and repeat.
As in, a full 2oz shot? I like bitters in my whiskey, but I don't think I could take 2 oz of just bitters.

How else does one drink them? Although I usually combine such a shot with a bock beer. Not mixing them together, but just drinking them in concordance. Careful with that stuff though, it can hit you like a mule, even when you know what you're doing :P
I've never considered bitters to be something to be drunk in it's own right. It's like lemoncello or st. germaine. I just put a few drops in a glass of whiskey. I mean, that's why it comes in dropper bottles, right? It would take forever to fill a shotglass.


Dropper bottles? I usually buy them per (0.7) liter!
Maybe we're working on different definitions for the word 'bitters'? Like SurgicalSteel, I see them as flavouring and they come in bottles that control the amount that can come out at once.

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby SurgicalSteel » Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:49 pm UTC

Yea, I'm talking about the thing angua linked.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby UniqueScreenname » Mon Dec 05, 2011 2:21 pm UTC

Microscopic cog wrote:I just manually check every thread in most subforums every day.

I might have a bit too much free time.


I'll do that too, but I like getting the emails because then I know I have something to look forward to. I don't subscribe to this discussion because by the end of the day I'd have like a thousand emails.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Menacing Spike » Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:34 pm UTC

Screechings has a high noise ratio anyway. Fitting, for its name.

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby ArgonV » Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:36 pm UTC

Angua wrote: Maybe we're working on different definitions for the word 'bitters'? Like SurgicalSteel, I see them as flavouring and they come in bottles that control the amount that can come out at once.

edit: perhaps we should link to examples of what we're talking about - Angostura


All right, I'm talking things like Averna, Becherovka, Beerenburg or Jägermeister. Sometimes I drink Underberg, but usually only when my stomach is upset, it seems to really help. Don't really care if it's a placebo effect or not :P But yeah, I drink all of those as shots, not mixed with anything else. Except for the Beerenburg, I'll mix that with korn or jenever on occasion, but only because both are only drinkable mixed with a bitter of sorts.

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby SurgicalSteel » Mon Dec 05, 2011 3:49 pm UTC

Well, that explains a lot of my confusion.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Ptolom » Mon Dec 05, 2011 5:01 pm UTC

Today I finally got around to setting up a decent backup system. And I didn't even have to suffer any major data loss first to provide the motivation. It's still stored on a different internal hard drive, but I feel drive failure is a far more likely scenario than exploding computer syndrome.

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

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Fuck the wizard.
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D&D or software?

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Adacore » Tue Dec 06, 2011 5:48 am UTC

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Fuck the wizard.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Magnanimous » Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:26 am UTC

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Fuck the wizard.
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If D&D, literal or metaphorical?

If software, closed-source or open-source?

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

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Fuck the wizard.
We're doing this manually.


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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

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Magnanimous wrote:
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If D&D, literal or metaphorical?

If software, closed-source or open-source?

If D&D, closed-portal or open-portal?
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

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SecondTalon wrote:If D&D, closed-portal or open-portal?


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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby dumbzebra » Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:29 pm UTC

What's the best known system for identifying a word with a smallest possible string of characters? Or elsly put: I have a text, but I want to exchange the words for smaller (in actual and virtual size) strings.

One example would be giving 1s to "big" letters (qtidfghjklyb) and 0s to the "small" ones (werzuoasxcv).
"applepie" then would convert into 01110110. But it's faulty, since more words could link up to the same value (even more if you use 256 instead of 01110110).

Another way could be simply asigning numbers to a dictionary and exchanging those with the words, but this is too depended on the language, since you could only use words from the dictionary (and you need it to retranslate the text).

Is such a thing even possible? I hope this gibberish is not too incoherent to understand.
PS: The method doesn't have to be absolutely perfect, but I'd like to see the best one.
PSS: I don't think I'm talking about "zipping" a file, even though those could very well use similar methods. I'm not sure.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Zarq » Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:31 pm UTC

I'm not exactly sure what you are talking about, but maybe you should look at Huffman coding.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby Menacing Spike » Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:33 pm UTC

dumbzebra wrote:PSS: I don't think I'm talking about "zipping" a file, even though those could very well use similar methods. I'm not sure.


Zipping analyses the text, builds an optimal dictionary, and replaces the original text with shorter equivalents. I think.

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby torontoraptor » Tue Dec 06, 2011 7:10 pm UTC

dumbzebra wrote:What's the best known system for identifying a word with a smallest possible string of characters? Or elsly put: I have a text, but I want to exchange the words for smaller (in actual and virtual size) strings.

One example would be giving 1s to "big" letters (qtidfghjklyb) and 0s to the "small" ones (werzuoasxcv).
"applepie" then would convert into 01110110. But it's faulty, since more words could link up to the same value (even more if you use 256 instead of 01110110).

Another way could be simply asigning numbers to a dictionary and exchanging those with the words, but this is too depended on the language, since you could only use words from the dictionary (and you need it to retranslate the text).

Is such a thing even possible? I hope this gibberish is not too incoherent to understand.
PS: The method doesn't have to be absolutely perfect, but I'd like to see the best one.
PSS: I don't think I'm talking about "zipping" a file, even though those could very well use similar methods. I'm not sure.
PSSS: Not a homework of some sorts.


If by big letters you mean letters near the end of the alphabet, you could apply a caesar cipher to shift them to small letters, although that would also make the small letters go towards the end of the alphabet. On the other hand, if by big letters you mean letters that take up more space, then you could shift each one's ascii values.
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Postby The Cat » Wed Dec 07, 2011 12:07 am UTC

I enjoyed the positive loop... This is my absolute favorite fish. Just add text.

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Postby e^iπ+1=0 » Wed Dec 07, 2011 12:16 am UTC

That's like a cross between a cat, a fish, and a rock. The hell is it called?
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Postby Mumpy » Wed Dec 07, 2011 12:19 am UTC

I honestly think some has lipsticked that fish. It really looks like it. Great find, The Cat.

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e^iπ+1=0 wrote:WHO'S THAT POKÉMON?

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Postby The Cat » Wed Dec 07, 2011 12:35 am UTC

I'm studying marine Biology. We pulled a few of these up on our last trawl. Little sucker freaked me out. Darn things have toes! Some weird ass things live at the bottom of the ocean.....

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Postby e^iπ+1=0 » Wed Dec 07, 2011 12:40 am UTC

Apparently it's Ogcocephalus parvus.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby RoadieRich » Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:27 am UTC

dumbzebra wrote:What's the best known system for identifying a word with a smallest possible string of characters? Or elsly put: I have a text, but I want to exchange the words for smaller (in actual and virtual size) strings.

One example would be giving 1s to "big" letters (qtidfghjklyb) and 0s to the "small" ones (werzuoasxcv).
"applepie" then would convert into 01110110. But it's faulty, since more words could link up to the same value (even more if you use 256 instead of 01110110).

Another way could be simply asigning numbers to a dictionary and exchanging those with the words, but this is too depended on the language, since you could only use words from the dictionary (and you need it to retranslate the text).

Is such a thing even possible? I hope this gibberish is not too incoherent to understand.
PS: The method doesn't have to be absolutely perfect, but I'd like to see the best one.
PSS: I don't think I'm talking about "zipping" a file, even though those could very well use similar methods. I'm not sure.
PSSS: Not a homework of some sorts.

Yeah, I think Huffman is probably what you want to look into, especially if you can distribute the tree in advance (which is going to be smaller than a dictionary, it is essentially just the 26 letters sorted by frequency of occurrence).

Alternatively, you only need 5 bits to encode the lower case alphabet, compared to the 8 ascii uses. That's a saving of about a third, if you pack it densely - which isn't exactly easy, but isn't hard to do either. Using this, you can fit a 12 letter word into a 64 bit memory location, which could only contain 8 ascii characters.
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Postby Felstaff » Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:12 pm UTC

The Cat wrote:I'm studying marine Biology. We pulled a few of these up on our last trawl. Little sucker freaked me out. Darn things have toes! Some weird ass things live at the bottom of the ocean.....

Are you keeping a close eye on developments in the Mariana trench? I can't wait to see what new and amazing (and wonderfully ugly) things are found where the sunlight fears to tread. Underwater Pandora, ho!
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Postby SlyReaper » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:26 pm UTC

So tomorrow is my last day of work for 2011. And I'm only going to be there for the morning.

I... don't think I'm going to get a lot done.
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Postby e^iπ+1=0 » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:39 pm UTC

I've been incredibly unproductive this week. Procrastinated through sunday night and thus didn't do anything monday, was lazy yesterday and also stayed up a bit late for no reason, combination of lazy and tired today and I took a nap from like 1 to 5... It's probably a good thing next week is my last before break and almost nothing will be happening then.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby You, sir, name? » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:39 pm UTC

SlyReaper wrote:So tomorrow is my last day of work for 2011. And I'm only going to be there for the morning.

I... don't think I'm going to get a lot done.


I have over a week to go.

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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:41 pm UTC

My Monday was productive, but the rest of this week has been slow. I ran out of work to do yesterday and there's not enough time to get started on anything else. So I've pretty much been twiddling my thumbs and browsing wikipedia.
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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby ShootTheChicken » Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:45 pm UTC

I get 2 days off. Working sucks.
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