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Monday, 15 September 2014

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PythonMagus

I accept the offer and will put the stick away again.

It is a super cool stick though. I am keen to try it. I'm aim it on a suitable link - perhaps a prestags review.

Paul

Sounds like a good way to ruin a blog. Of course, official policy is that we can't negotiate with blackmailers. If you are so upset about the post (the fanaticism has become hysteria)then I will forgo any climate debate post in October. That will also give you more time to recover from the shock of Antarctica also ruining all of the alarmist predictions.

PythonMagus

The stick referred to is a Python script that generates Prestags posts at high speed. If the offending "Waiting for an EEDE turn" is not compliant by this evening, there will be 12+ new posts on diverse topics (as many as I can generate in 30 minutes), mostly with a science bent, by 9:00pm. Thereafter, the stick will be generating 4-5 posts a day, almost mostly with a science bent.

Paul

I'm not sure I know what you're talking about.

PythonMagus

The stick looks good. I can see myself using for other blogs too. I am impressed that it is less than 150 lines of Python. I think I can post a Climate change article is under four minutes using it, so the 30 minute period is going to be very effective. The deadline for the Ultimatum is less than 24 hours away.

PythonMagus

I wonder if it was a beagle?

Paul

I am certainly a firm believer in Pavlov's dog. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_conditioning

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