Here are the mathematically determined “most hipster” bands around. The more you know!
People ask me this often enough that I figure I should write it down for easy reference. Here is my position on the “tabs vs. spaces” technical debate:
1. Use whatever style is in use already in the project.
2. If it’s a new project, pick whatever you like.
3. The productivity gains of any…
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I sometimes wonder if Americans get this part of the film, because basically all the Swans in England belong to the Queen and it’s against the law to kill one, and because they’re Police Officers, they obviously can’t break the law so they save the Swan
I THOUGHT HE PICKED UP THE SWAN FOR COMIC RELIEF OH MyGOd
I think that’s why it’s such a great gag, it still works even if you don’t get the specific reference.
if i recall this correctly the queen owning all the swans (or just most of them, or only if they’re in water or something) came to be because royalty used to eat them and didn’t want the gross regular people bogarting their delicious swan meat. and now the whole country has to act like swans are so precious and important. they have a swan census. a swan census.
People say the queen holds a largely ceremonial position, but she owns all the swans in England and all the corgis in England (LOOK IT UP). No one knows why, but I have a bad feeling we’ll see her grand plan unfold soon. No one queen should have all that power.
I have no idea what this show is, but I can attest to the swan thing being 100% true. In my uni it was a running joke that if you killed a man, you’d get suspended, but if you killed a goose, you’d get expelled.
Also uni was when I developed an intolerable hatred for geese.