… for the person to come up with the best way to implement atomicity on a NoSQL store without implementing multi-process, mutli-threaded, distributed locking!
This is going to be a post about PNGs and JPGs, and which will survive a nuclear bomb blast better. Now personally, I think PNGs will probably survive the best, just because they’re way cooler and can make themselves transparent, allowing for the background radiation to go through them.
However, there’s a big school of thought that says the already compressed nature of JPGs makes them impervious to nuclear radiation, so they are, in fact, better suited to surviving the fallout from a nuke.
Really, there’s only one way to decide this, which is to call up the Mythbusters and have them solve the problem, just like all great problems in human history have been solved before today.
So now we’ve got another problem, because I don’t personally know the Mythbusters, and nor does anyone that I do know. So instead, here’s a hot dog. As we all know, hot dogs have higher self esteem than any other processed meat product food. This too is a question for the Mythbusters to solve, because really, what gives them the right? Damn uppity hot dogs.
Today it’s cold in Iowa. Real cold. We’re talking single digits. And really, that just makes me want to stay inside and do nothing at all, which, it turns out, is exactly what I’m doing.
I’m adding this awesome smiley here so that I have some images to work with while I’m coding up blog changes.
There’s really not a lot more to say.
People really underestimate the value of staying indoors and doing nothing. There’s a lot of things people can do, but doing nothing at all is usually so much better than all of that. It doesn’t have any requirements. There’s no skill set needed to do nothing. Anyone anywhere can do nothing any time.
Go on, give it a try. Stop whatever you’re doing and don’t start doing anything else.
Really, truly, it is so much fun – you have no idea.
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