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  1. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    You’re arguing how people cope and deal with problems. You even progressed to mentioning white rappers who clearly had a much harder life in your own opinion. At the end of the day we are all people. Nobody is perfect and everyone copes separately. Substance abuse is classified as a mental...
  2. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    More along the lines of you basically saying “I don’t respect his rap style and instead of respecting his family after death I am going to pout about how this white rapper had a hard life” again, more unrelated bullshit spewing from the comments on how this man doesn’t deserve respect because...
  3. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    That’s a reach to pick a random Christian rapper for having a hard life
  4. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    It's pretty comparable when you're babbling about your own struggles with being diagnosed with mental illnesses to the internet, then down another man for talking about his struggles on the internet. Not too much speculation, the crime statistics are there. Regarding mental health, he has...
  5. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    You do know I’m from Decatur, Illinois. Unsure what Paris, Kentucky is. I never been to Kentucky.
  6. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    His "fairly decent suburb" has one of the highest crime rates in the nation. If you ever stepped foot out of your own city and saw how most of this country is living and exposed to, you would turn your opinions around quickly. Not to mention, the influence from Chicago on pushing drugs into...
  7. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    It's funny people think openly talking about drugs having the ability to kill you, destroying your life and only able to experience happiness with them is "bragging about it." Admitting faults publicly and speaking on them is no where near encouraging people to do it. Peep, X and Juice all...
  8. LeChris

    R.I.P Juice WRLD - Gone but never forgotten.

    Unfortunately, not everyone can grow up with the same amount of privilege or suburbia as you. Problems happen and not everyone is dealt an equal hand and turn to drugs as release. It's truly a mental illness when people go to hard drugs or substance abuse in general. Nobody wants to do them...
  9. LeChris

    2019 DevBest Community Awards

    Most Popular: @Laynester Funniest User: @Laynester Most Inspirational: @Laynester Most Hated: Cockiest User: Most Professional: @Laynester Most Missed: Biggest Nerd: All-Time Legend: @Laynester Biggest Fag: @Laynester Staff Member of the Year: Friendliest: @Laynester Best Newbie...
  10. LeChris

    Common React Boilerplate

    Hey, I am working on building a bit of a React framework using decorators to help provide most of the boilerplate logic that is added to most new projects. So far, I have covered: Routing Auth Guards What else are some common things that are added to React projects? I'm also planning on...
  11. LeChris

    [REL] Fresh Server [R63, Pre Shuffle, C#]

    I doubt any of the code is practical to developers who are seasoned. I worry for a beginner who will end up downloading this and end up having a few dozen backdoors. Both Jonty and Muscab both have a horrible reputation of this. Don't drink the kool aid.
  12. LeChris

    [REL] Fresh Server [R63, Pre Shuffle, C#]

    Considering Jonty put most of his effort into shelling the community while his hotel actually had users on it, he's never been in it for the experience, fun or joy. He just wanted money and destroyed the community to make it. Multiple shelled releases, backdoors, hotels ddosed endlessly...
  13. LeChris

    [REL] Fresh Server [R63, Pre Shuffle, C#]

    Jonty finally released work without a shell! /s
  14. LeChris

    What's your coding setup?

    Our company was in the same place, however the team greatly wanted it. We rolled out a migration that would take place over time. Any new components would be in TS and anytime a prior component was changed, you’d implement typescript as well. It took roughly half a year but most of our system...
  15. LeChris

    What's your coding setup?

    Any plans on moving to Typescript? https://vuejs.org/v2/guide/typescript.html
  16. LeChris

    LaivCMS - A Simple CMS for Habbo Retro

    I hope Peak has permission to use Habbo’s assets. /s
  17. LeChris

    LaivCMS - A Simple CMS for Habbo Retro

    It doesn't make sense to throw good programming methods out the window because beginners who are 12 in this scene don't understand it, most never heard of data structures. However, I haven't seen the source so perhaps you managed to keep a clean and tightly knit grasp on it despite abandoning...
  18. LeChris

    Retaliation 2 [RP] [CMS] [Rage 2.75]

    It’s it’s a weird error, you probably have to setup chmod in the storage folder. google Laravel chmod storage
  19. LeChris

    Holo5 - HTML5 Engine [NodeJS, TS, Sass, MySQL]

    Because having your own source code will be a thousand times better than relying on constantly having to reverse engineer obfuscated javascript that could potentially be WASM even. Nobody knows for sure and you're placing all your bets on one egg before it hatches.
  20. LeChris

    [PHP 7.3^] Kooser Directory.

    Unsure what you mean, I've been using Laravel professionally for a year now. If you feel irrelevant, go ahead and tag me next time instead of making passive insults without the audacity to bring attention to it. In regards to the author, Laravel wasn't made for speed, it wasn't made for retros...

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