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I loved it, but my goodness me, the comments on youTube give NEW MEANING to "don't read the comments"
I heard about it... and the fact that Pierce Morgan is giving up on Gilette is enough for me to go back.
Gillette winning an ad auction to show an ad to @maleghast gives me the impression the algo needs some more work 🙂
Procter and Gamble have (bad) form for animal testing and other issues too, but they are hard to avoid... I don't know if this is part of a wider move towards better governance in general, but in and of itself I like it 🙂
@thomas - I can't... I am oscillating between incandescent with rage and scared / sad and in need of a good cry 😞
I think tonight will leave us much in the same place we were before: no agreement and no obvious way forward.
hmmm so my prediction was that the vote today would fail... the market would respond so badly that after a few days they try again and just make it...
but having just looked at the ftse100 it isn't doing too badly at the moment... and surely everyone knows the deal will get voted down so the market has plenty of time to anticipate the outcome. it won't be a surprise.
> but having just looked at the ftse100 it isn't doing too badly at the moment... and surely everyone knows the deal will get voted down so the market has plenty of time to anticipate the outcome. it won't be a surprise. a lot of companies that aren't already making contingency plans are in denial AFAICT
& remember the markets didn't anticipate or price in either the 2008 crash or brexit
=> (a number of) companies are headed by people who believe brexit is a good thing / is going to improve things
I agree that the markets didn't anticipate 2008 crash or brexit... that last one though is partly because the prediction was remain for a long time.
I love these Clojure discussion. That said, from the people that are pro Brexit, that I’ve spoken with, they are aware that things will go down initially. But are hoping that they will bounce back after a short drop.
@thomas The markets ignored the fact the markets would crash, the warning signs were there from 2002 once the US had bailed the Valley to stem the flow of the dot com crash.
It was a rare event but it was always there, then the mortgage self certs went through the roof. That only made things more shaky.
not surprising, to be honest... hardly ever went there... maybe some food occasionally.
part of the reason the FTSE stays up is that the assets are held in dollars but the FTSE is priced in pounds. So the pound going down is keeping the FTSE up
rather than thing of the impending doom... for those in London, join me at the code dojo at Signal media offices tonight. It will be warm and there will be food 🙂
@maleghast you can come and live in my house, I am sure the cats will like you 🙂
so I have a map where one of the values happens to be a byte-array... but in my
deftest it fails the
( is (= map1 map2)) even though the two arrays have the same values in them....
yeah generally mutable objects aren’t values… though specifically here it’s also because a java array’s
.equals compares pointer references, so arrays are only
.equals if they’re the same reference.
To do an equality check on arrays in java you need to do
Arrays.equals(a1, a2). Clojure collections use
.equals for equality checks. So you need to
seq them first.