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>first time working for big tech company
>first couple days with no sudo, cant setup environment :(
>however
>first couple days mostly debating new peers on if water is wet
>verynice.jpg

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  • 3
    So...

    Is it?
  • 7
    Here in the desert we avoid the question because there just isn't any.
  • 3
    I’ve had that argument before as well, concluded that water is not wet as using the word wet in that context is nonsensical. I still feel pretty good about that conclusion, but I’m open to arguments lol

    Just to give an example, you wouldn’t say fire is burnt
  • 0
    @alexbrooklyn @Plasticnova water is NOT WET.

    I dont care if I'm the new guy and also the only one defending that position in the office- water is not wet.

    I could go on about this all day
  • 2
    @Plasticnova fire is plasma, however the object sustaining the fire IS burnt

    In similar fashion, the water's surface is recursively infinitely covered in water so its infinitely wet
  • 1
    @torbuntu
    water is;
    - covered by itself
    - liquid
    did I win?
  • 1
    @gkaply532 how is water covering itself- it is literally it's own self
  • 1
    water does not follow WET principles.
  • 0
    @mkdirLuci4 recursion
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