I wrote a lil node script to spin up a local server that waits to parse the query params from a single GET request and print them to stdout so I could use oauth in bash. I started writing the whole CLI in node but stdin/stdout and writing files is a lot more simple in Bash!
# open oauth authorization page
# wait for oauth provider to call "localhost:5000?code=[code]" and write it to a file
wait-for "code" > .oauth_code
> git fetch origin [branch]
> git checkout [branch]
error: pathspec [branch] did not match any file(s) known to git.
"It cost roughly $60,000 to print all of the fare beater ads, which is paid for out of a $40 million investment by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance’s office to crack down on fare beaters." #nyc
$60000 is ~21,818 swipes 🤔
Last time I was on an aeroplane, I exited to find that they had somehow changed what city I was in while I was distracted by the loud noises inside. It was spooky as all get out. I'd like to try to watch and see if I can catch the trick if they try it again this time, but the chair that they told me to sit in isn't next to one of the portals.
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