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trinque: but you know, learning is a thing. at any rate, I'm probably going to muntz a tad further and vpatch this weekend.
asciilifeform: largely unrelatedly, but really oughta put in l0gz before it vanishes into the sands : the sim-mips find from other day, i read it when went to bed, and author had vehehery interesting 'muntz' with which he made it short as it was: he dun handle any faults other than page fault. e.g. garbage instruction, div0, etc. simply terminate the sim run. ☝︎
trinque: that we have something to muntz further, and I'll strongly oppose any argument to ADD to it without hard justification
trinque: wise thing to do is muntz off these foreign entanglements. v needs to stand on its own as much as possible, and ever more so.
ben_vulpes: now to muntz the theme.
a111: 15 results for "muntz", http://btcbase.org/log-search?q=muntz
mircea_popescu: $s muntz
ben_vulpes: this'd probably be best delivered as 2 vpatches: one where you rearrange the deck chairs in the log messages, and another where you muntz out the rotator
ben_vulpes: software is a skosh more tricky to muntz, especially the shitstack.
assbot: 7 results for 'muntz' : http://s.b-a.link/?q=muntz
ben_vulpes: !s muntz
BingoBoingo: Ah is "muntz" the verb for this
ben_vulpes: BingoBoingo: muntz on, panzer
ben_vulpes: i've almost forgotten how painful it is. i can tell because i'm itching to muntz further.
mircea_popescu: http://onlytruecars.com/data_images/models/muntz-jet/muntz-jet-01.jpg
ben_vulpes: muntz the car brand or muntz the guy who made TVs?
mircea_popescu: ben_vulpes incidentally is http://cascadianhacker.com/headers/headlights.jpg a muntz rocket ?
asciilifeform takes off 'madman muntz' napoleon bicorn
ben_vulpes: muntz on, good sir.
mircea_popescu: ./muntz.sh the entire motherfucking world
ben_vulpes: ./muntz.sh bitcoin
mircea_popescu: Well, doggone, the picture was still there! Then he would study the schematic some more, and SNIP... SNIP... SNIP. Muntz had made a good guess of how to simplify and cheapen the circuit. Then, usually, he would make one SNIP too many, and the picture or the sound would stop working. He would concede to the designer, "Well, I guess you have to put that last part back in,"