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22:51 <chatter29> hey guys
22:51 <chatter29> allah is doing
22:51 <chatter29> sun is not doing allah is doing
22:51 <chatter29> to accept Islam say that i bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad peace be upon him is his slave and messenger
22:51 <chatter29> As-salāmu ʿalaykum (Arabic: السَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ‎‎ [asːaˈlaːmu ʕaˈlaikum]) is a greeting in Arabic that means "peace be upon you". The greeting is a standard salutation among Muslims and is routinely used whenever and wherever Muslims gather and interact, whether socially or within worship and other contexts. [1] The typical response to the greeti
22:51 <chatter29> ng is waʿalaykumu s-salām (وَعَلَيْكُم السَّلَام [waʕaˈlaikumu sːaˈlaːm]; "and upon you, peace").
22:52 <chatter29> prophet muhammad peace be upon him was sent to destroy the musical instruments
22:52 <chatter29> men must have one fist beard
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22:53 <chatter29> As-salāmu ʿalaykum (Arabic: السَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ‎‎ [asːaˈlaːmu ʕaˈlaikum]) is a greeting in Arabic that means "peace be upon you". The greeting is a standard salutation among Muslims and is routinely used whenever and wherever Muslims gather and interact, whether socially or within worship and other contexts. [1] The typical response to the greeti
22:53 <chatter29> ng is waʿalaykumu s-salām (وَعَلَيْكُم السَّلَام [waʕaˈlaikumu sːaˈlaːm]; "and upon you, peace").
22:53 <chatter29> mustaches should be very thin
22:54 <chatter29> trowsers of men should not go below the ankles the part that goes below the ankles will burn in the fire of hell
22:54 <chatter29> women can not look at other men except their close relatives
22:55 <chatter29> men can not look at other women except their close relatives
22:56 <chatter29> men can not hear voice of other women except their close relatives
22:57 <chatter29> but if you are at the airport and a announcement is being made then it is okay because you can not do anything but you can not call another women
22:57 <chatter29> prophet muhammad peace be upon him said backbiting is worse then adultery
22:58 <chatter29> also listening to someone who is backbiting is not allowed
22:58 <chatter29> taking selfies are not allowed
22:59 <chatter29> because this selfie that you are taking you are gonna show it to your mother and she is gonna see someone who she is not suppose to see
23:03 <ljharb> chatter29: in the remote chance there's a human there, what's the purpose of this spam? it's not particularly offensive, it's not intelligent, it has no URLs - unless this is a markov bot or something, what's the point
23:04 <chatter29> because this selfie that you are taking you are gonna show it to your sister and she is gonna see someone who she is not suppose to see
23:05 <jfhbrook> ljharb: shhhhhh you'll spoil the moment
23:05 <ljharb> how is a photo of her brother something she's not supposed to see tho
23:05 <ljharb> jfhbrook: lol sorry, i just couldn't help myself
23:06 <chatter29> because this selfie that you are taking you are gonna show it to your wife and she is gonna see someone who she is not suppose to see
23:06 <chatter29> to accept Islam say that i bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad peace be upon him is his slave and messenger
23:06 <chatter29> need spiritual doctor visit http://www.alhaadi.org.za
23:06 <jfhbrook> :')
23:07 <joepie91> this is the first time I've seen it to completion
23:07 <* joepie91> ticks box on bucket list
23:07 <jfhbrook> I can't copypaste it, someone please gist this
23:08 <jfhbrook> this is also the first time I've seen it all the way through
23:08 <joepie91> jfhbrook: until where / including responses from others?
23:08 <jfhbrook> joepie91: from first join to second quit, including responses from others
23:09 <joepie91> jfhbrook: there you go: https://gist.githubusercontent.com/joepie91/c28759d400aa0bd9718d73f46a84abcc/raw/0a1ac416f9cda34e5aa3569709f033be16371ccf/gistfile1.txt
23:09 <joepie91> joins not included, filtered out by client
23:09 <jfhbrook> beautiful
23:17 <ljharb> wow, i've also never seen it come up with a ur
23:17 <ljharb> l
23:17 <ljharb> wouldn't it be hilarious if it was like a ghost - and now that its business is completed, we'll never see it again
23:18 <pikajude> filtering out joins: great for an IRC client, not as good for a sql client
23:18 <ljharb> rimshot
23:18 <joepie91> heh
23:19 <joepie91> ljharb: I would actually not be surprised
23:19 <joepie91> ljharb: that's probably the most plausible explanation I've heard for this bot so far - somebody just wanted to see how long it'd take for somebody to leave it to its business uninterrupted
23:19 <joepie91> :p
23:19 <jfhbrook> I love that imageery ljharb
23:20 <jfhbrook> that chatter29's spirit was cursed to disconnect part way through a diatribe, never to reconnect
23:20 <ljharb> like pandora; cursed to speak, but never to be listened to
23:20 <ljharb> or sorry, cassandra
23:21 <jfhbrook> get your obscure greek references straight gosh ;D
23:22 <pikajude> greek? i thought he was talking about different types of SaaS
23:22 <ljharb> haha
23:22 <ljharb> i'd hate to use the oedipus saas
23:23 <jfhbrook> lolol
23:23 <jfhbrook> I bet you someone ones leonidas.io
23:23 <jfhbrook> :o
23:23 <jfhbrook> holy crap it's available
23:24 <jfhbrook> and actually kind of an awesome product hame
23:24 <ljharb> "Medusa: ssh in and your system will freeze"
23:24 <jfhbrook> name*
23:24 <ljharb> "Hydra: kill -9 spawns two new processes"
23:24 <pikajude> hydra is already a thing
23:24 <jfhbrook> ugh RESERVED
23:24 <pikajude> it's nix's continuous builder thing
23:24 <jfhbrook> I think there are other products called hydra but yes ^^
23:24 <ljharb> lol
23:24 <jfhbrook> I can't decide if nix is brilliant or insane
23:25 <pikajude> yes
23:25 <pikajude> there are some things it's good for
23:25 <pikajude> those are the things i use it for
23:25 <jfhbrook> the way it subverts language pms is pretty crazy
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23:34 <joepie91> jfhbrook: Nix is brilliant, using Nix in production today without extensive preparation is insane
23:34 <joepie91> :P
23:34 <pikajude> yeah
23:34 <pikajude> nix needs more people
23:34 <jfhbrook> what about nix on the desktop
23:34 <joepie91> (way, way too many papercuts to just dive in)
23:34 <joepie91> jfhbrook: same thing - great if you're willing to put in the few months of re-learning your OS
23:34 <pikajude> i would say there are at least 20 papercuts
23:34 <pikajude> i'd also say learning nixos is easier than not learning it
23:34 <pikajude> cause everything goes in one place
23:34 <joepie91> pikajude: you're two orders of magnitude off there, I think :P
23:35 <joepie91> at least
23:35 <pikajude> joepie91: 0.2 papercuts??
23:35 <jfhbrook> so like
23:35 <joepie91> haha
23:35 <joepie91> in the other direction :P
23:35 <jfhbrook> I just blew 600 dollars to replace the keyboard on my mbp
23:35 <jfhbrook> so I'm seriously considering getting back into thinkpads w/ linux
23:35 <jfhbrook> but omg ubuntu is such a trash fire
23:35 <joepie91> also, I'd say that "Nix without NixOS" is probably not worth it outside of very specialized areas
23:35 <joepie91> you still have to learn almost all the mechanics but you only get 30% of the benefits
23:36 <joepie91> and it's not a very well-supported usecase, ecosystem-wise
23:36 <joepie91> "... but how do I do that when I'm not on NixOS?" is a question you'd ask yourself often in that situation :P
23:37 <joepie91> jfhbrook: but yeah, in summary, if you're willing to put in the few months, then absolutely go for it and your life will become a lot easier
23:37 <joepie91> if you need it to just work like you're used to, stick with one of the bigger stateful distros
23:37 <joepie91> :p
23:37 <pikajude> some stuff is really annoying in nixos
23:38 <joepie91> pikajude: my experience is that some stuff *looks* really annoying, and then you find the solution, and then you go "oh this is actually really simple and 3 other packages do it, but nobody bothered to document it"
23:38 <pikajude> nah
23:38 <joepie91> like, it's almost always the process of getting there that's painful for me
23:38 <pikajude> steam started annoying and stayed annoying
23:38 <joepie91> Steam is a special case :P
23:39 <pikajude> f@h also sucked
23:39 <joepie91> really? what was the problem? because that seems like something that should be fairly trivial to package
23:39 <pikajude> out of date and it didn't detect my GPU
23:39 <pikajude> so it was useless
23:39 <pikajude> partially linux problem, partially nixos
23:39 <pikajude> trying to package it was really annoying
23:41 <jfhbrook> I mean let's be real
23:41 <jfhbrook> I'm probably gonna just use fedora
23:41 <jfhbrook> and then bitch about how it's fedora
23:42 <joepie91> lol
23:42 <jfhbrook> like at the end of the day I'm just not going to get an experience that's as good as osx for a bunch of things that /do/ matter
23:43 <jfhbrook> but fuck macbooks are so much money and the hardware has just gone so far downhill
23:43 <jfhbrook> the touch bar is dumb and lame >:O
23:43 <jfhbrook> "but josh you could just remap your capslock ke--" shut up
23:46 <pikajude> josh you could just remap your capslock ke
23:47 <jfhbrook> -_-;;;;;
23:48 <jfhbrook> not to be flexed with