«It’s certainly odd that Biden, and not Sanders, would have gotten a bump out of a state where Sanders won nearly twice as many raw votes, but that’s what it looks like. Perhaps it is the manifestation of establishment backlash against the suddenly-real prospect of Sanders becoming the nominee.»
This *is* a pretty dang good endorsement. 🙂
Bernie’s going to be a disaster. Our very own Jeremy Corbyn. Or worse.
[Update: if he wins the primary, I’ll work for him in the general, though, because it’ll be a binary choice and the other guy/party are way, way worse. But I really, really don’t think he’s the most electable candidate.]
foone@FooneSo what happens is that both of them are creating a global mutex to ensure only one copy runs, but instead of basing the GUID on their own code, they’re both using the GUID of a part of .NET itself. And they’re using the same one! So how’d that happen? Well, it turns out we can tell EXACTLY how that happened. Because the answer is… STACK OVERFLOW
I feel like I should pin this. Annual Cri De Coeur Week.