no, unneeded process spawn plus de/serialize overhead plus issues with argument limits and such makes something in-process - or at least not limited to CLI conventions - very desirable.

debate doesn’t sell papers. or get anyone elected. total non-starter.

sounds like an opportunity to bankroll stakeholders for a cut

oh yes, that is fun. as is making cocoa with frothed milk.

i figure vendor count is like a golf handicap. “this yearlong project has a handicap of 10.”

clearly you should be a consulting dba for crypto people.

We’ve had good luck asking them to be quiet for a period (eg 2 minutes) and then rewarding them. Can be repeated, but also often breaks the noise cycle. And sometimes depending on age and mood just asking works.

For reward, we use a pom pom jar. Single quart jar shared by all kids. They select what they are working towards when they start a new one. Takes about a week for them to fill it and get ice cream or pizza or sleepover or whatever.

Parents have to notice and reward - they are not allowed to ask for pom poms. Eliminates nagging. But it also serves as a reminder for us to actively notice good behavior rather than just focusing on poor behavior.

But it turns out that a country that can’t even stop its prime minister’s official residence from crumbling doesn’t do a proper job keeping up with major expenses through reasonable planning and incremental investments.


What happens when you surpass the limit?


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If a company gets caught for not complying with the new overtime rule, or misclassifying employees as exempt, the Labor Standards Inspection Office can impose fines and penalties against both the company and whomever is tracking the employees’ working hours, such as the company manager or HR Manager,

At the same time, labor inspectors can currently only monitor 3% of all businesses in Japan.

Also looks like 360 hours per year and some interesting overtime pay figuring where OT that continues into Night pays more than OT that starts as Night.