Monthly Archives: May 2015

BREXIT: Bank of England secretly analyzes the effects of leaving the EU

An email ‟accidentally” sent by a Bank of England employee to the Guardian shows officials are secretly researching the financial shocks that could hit Britain if there is a vote to leave the European Union in the forthcoming referendum. Modeling … Continue reading

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Ascension Day

today is a public holiday in most Catholic countries of Europe (and maybe the world?). More than 2000 years ago on this exact day, the 14th May, our lord and savior Jesus Christ went back aboard his mothership and headed … Continue reading

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AstroMonkey: New Chaos Monkey unleashed by Netfix

The Software Engineers Guide to Mercury Retrograde calls out to Infrastructure Automation experts and followers of the DevOps cult. Astrology Driven Development (ADD) takes a holistic view at Mercury, Saturn, Uranus and all these other assholes in the sky, to … Continue reading

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WTF. So you’re saying I learned these lyrics wrong?

Some envious people in our local karaoke bar claim I have “misunderstood” the meaning of some songs. It’s sometimes a challenge making out the correct meaning of lyrics as a none native English speaker. I’m a very musical person. So … Continue reading

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