@@fo Ha, fair enough! When did you learn about credit scores? Could landlords and human resources people access them prior to the early 2000s?
@steponitvelma Aerial fire dancing only. :)
@steponitvelma SEATTLE V. PORTLAND DANCE-OFF. Right now. We'll Lindy Hop, and you'll do some weird thing on a unicycle. ;)
Having been in a position where we used Salesforce (and where I spent part of my time putting data into Salesforce), putting someone on Salesforce in their first week is rough. You don't know the naming conventions—are you supposed to type out United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, or input UNHCR?—and you don't yet know that Christine Peterson is the same person as C.J. Peterson and she's already in the system, etc. etc. etc.
@calamity Oh, I totally get why swiping right on everyone and then cherry-picking the people who like you is efficient, but I have no idea how one would calculate milliseconds on that! People swipe at different speeds! Even swipe-bots are not perfectly uniform.
@nomorecrackpipes Yup, we discussed those questions too. Medical insurance counts, "home office" in my microapartment is sadly a non-starter.
@Lily Rowan That's sort of how I felt after reading Dear Prudie. I need to do more giving!
@megra what what chicken back?
@OllyOlly OOOOOOOOH that's good.
@Snarke Okay, this is AWESOME.