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I hate writing solutions to exercises. These students get a lot of pampering. 😞

I just finished Helen Fisher's "The Anatomy of Love". Good book, if you are thinking of your love-life for whatever reasons. It gives a lot of biological explanations for humn pair-bonding patterns.

The book ends with promoting the reader to take this quiz about measuring the intensity of one's love. It's quite interesting.

A programmer implements a bar. The tester goes in and orders a beer, orders zero beers, orders 999999999 beers, orders -1 beers, orders a lizard, and declares the bar ready for release.

The first customer comes in and asks to use the restroom.

The bar catches fire and burns down.

Today I found out there is a very large section of videos on YouTube in which sexy looking people play classical music. 🤣

\[ \sum_{k=q}^{n} \binom{n}{k} \binom{k}{q} = 2^{n-q}\binom{n}{q}. \]

What does this make you think of?

I feel that writing LATEX has become a very mechanical things for me. So I often listen to some podcasts on the side.

What are some good podcasts that you people listen to?

I will finish my LATEX writing while writing toots in the side.

Watch me shine in my burning monday motivation, Mathstodon. 😅

I saw "AK vs AK" on Netflix.

Nice movie with excellent acting by both Anil Kapoor and Anurag Kashyap, who both play as themselves. The movie is so surreal with like no fourth wall at all.

It's an excellent break from traditional Bollywood films. Contains a lot of inside jokes and trivia. The movie feels a bit pretentious sometimes, but overall it is very fresh.

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