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    So sad() should return an object with stop() method. 😁
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    I'm sorry but reading this like Java code if sad() returns an Object, this test should always fail. If sad() just returns a primitive, then it won't compile.
    All right, all right, I'll show myself out.
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    === true why
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    Since this is Javascript and you're performing strict equality and sad() returns an object, that statement will never evaluate to true! So you can never be sad, yay!!! Unfortunately according to this code you can also never beAwesome().... Now I'm sad.. Oh crap wait.... Fuck.....
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    What is the font ? #meta
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