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  1. It isn't so much the English spelling; we've incorporated so many words from so many other languages that we are constantly trying (and failing) to guess from which language we borrowed a particular word, as well as how much or how little we modified it after borrowing it. Each of those other languages has different rules for spelling, and we might follow our rules or their rules, with some words modified enough that the original rules won't work at which point we might or might not change completely to English rules.
  2. I'm not nearly that good at it yet, but I think that calls for "Duplicate layer" followed by erasing the background part from one copy and drawing the hidden part of the background part over the foreground in the other copy.
  3. NP Monday November 18, 2019

    Has anyone yet referenced the discovery of special eye muscles that allow puppies to do that trick? Humans already have those, so just practicing should do it.
  4. NP Monday November 11, 2019

    As long as it is clearly spelled out exactly what information you can demand, it could help, but you still need the rest of the trial. For example, demanding to know every time person A hit person B without mentioning that person B was attacking person A at the time would not result in justice.
  5. Friday, November 8, 2019

    There is the common situation where fading eyesight is "assisted" by memory -- remembering what those few hints you can still see should be associated with. Something totally unfamiliar is missing the many details that your memory fills in for you, leaving just a fuzzy cloud (the give-away that you are starting to do this is when you "notice" details that are usually there but just don't happen to be there this time).
  6. Story, Wednesday, Oct 23, 2019

    The tough part is expressing the amount of something and the amount of nothing in the same units so you can compare them.
  7. Friday September 20, 2019

    I can believe that Tedd doesn't know the house is bugged by DGB, but I'll never believe he hasn't guessed it is (partial evidence uncovered because his expertise isn't far behind state-of-the-art optional).
  8. Story Friday, Sep 13, 2019

    I don't think anyone yet has mentioned that as an empath, Grace knows Ashley is nowhere near panicking.
  9. Story Friday, Sep 13, 2019

    I think Grace is counting on the "Can't keep secrets from a Wizard studying under a Seer even if you Try" defense.
  10. Story Friday August 30, 2019

    The installation of even the tinyest A-bomb would mean the only critical systems are "recognize when within five miles of target" and "activate".
  11. Story Monday September 2, 2019

    Rapidly looking back and forth between Diane and Susan?
  12. http://egscomics.com/comic/party-054 So by actually needing to know (a wizard that doesn't know much about magic is known to be dangerous) Ashley behaves like normal people that can't resist prying?
  13. Story Wednesday August 21, 2019

    I suspect they all were inspired by Pigs is Pigs by Ellis Parker Butler, 1905. And that was inspired by the non-fictional version of pet rabbits.
  14. Story Friday August 23, 2019

    Does Nanase now have a spell that prevents people from connecting her powered-up state with her normal one? How many of the main cast are going to want one too, and is it a spell that Tedd can put in a watch? I guess a more likely problem is that Ashley is expecting everyone there to be a fictional shape shifter -- meaning she expects each individual to have one obvious and consistent "Tell" for the audience to recognize. She probably thought Nanase's "Tell" was the two-tone hair.
  15. NP Monday August 19, 2019

    He should be able to analyze the wand and determine what sort of stick makes a good wand "blank", and his first lesson was in making a stick into a true wand.