@Absinthe
Puluhan = {9 : "Ninety",8 : "Eighty",7 : "Seventy",6 : "Sixty",5 : "Fifty",4 : "Forty",3 : "Thirty",2 : "Twenty",1 : "",0 : "",}
Belasan = {9: "Nineteen", 8: "Eighteen", 7:"Seventeen",6: "Sixteen", 5: "Fifteen", 4:"Fourteen",3:"Thirteen",2:"Twelve", 1: "Eleven",0:"Ten"}
Satuan = {9 : "-Nine",8 : "-Eight",7 : "-Seven",6 : "-Six",5 : "-Five",4 : "-Four",3 : "-Three",2 : "-Two",1 : "-One",0 : "",}
SatuanS = {10:"Ten", 9 : "Nine",8 : "Eight",7 : "Seven",6 : "Six",5 : "Five",4 : "Four",3 : "Three",2 : "Two",1 : "One",0 : "",}
f = 9
n = 9
h = 9
while f > 1 :
g = 9
while g > -1 :
if g == 0 and f != 2:
o = Puluhan[f]+Satuan[g] + " bottle of beers on the wall.\n"+Puluhan[f]+ Satuan[g]+" bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around...\n"+Puluhan[f-1]+Satuan[9]+" bottles of beer on the wall."
else :
if g > 1:
o = Puluhan [f]+Satuan[g] + " bottle of beers on the wall. \n" + Puluhan [f]+Satuan[g]+ " bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around...\n"+Puluhan[f]+Satuan[g-1]+" bottles of beer on the wall."
elif g == 1 :
o = Puluhan [f]+Satuan[g] + " bottle of beers on the wall. \n" + Puluhan [f]+Satuan[g]+ " bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around...\n"+Puluhan[f]+" bottles of beer on the wall."
g = g-1
print o
if f == 2 and g == 0:
break
else :
continue
f = f-1
while f > -1 :
g = 9
while g >0 and f > 0:
o = Belasan[g] + " bottle of beers on the wall.\n"+Belasan[g]+" bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around...\n"+Belasan[g-1]+" bottles of beer on the wall."
print o
g = g -1
g = 10
while g > 0 and f < 1:
if g == 1:
o = SatuanS[g] + " bottle of beers on the wall.\n"+SatuanS[g]+" bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around...\n""No bottles of beer."
else :
o = SatuanS[g] + " bottle of beers on the wall.\n"+SatuanS[g]+" bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around...\n"+SatuanS[g-1]+" bottles of beer on the wall."
print o
g = g -1
f = f-1
print "Done"

A newbie with python. Having this challenge taught me how I could play with loop. Funny, how I thought to use for but then realize while is a lot more fitting.

I won't buy an argument that these big tech companies shouldn't be regulated (not necessarily by new regulation but an antitrust laws for example) by a person that can't not use Chrome, Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, etc.

Props to Ted Cruz for proving that these giant corporations are in fact not neutral when handling their platform.

I like capitalism.

Easily triggered people can suck it up their own ass.

"Everyone who disagrees with me is a Nazi or a far right or an alt-right."

The left now become authoritarian and censors people based on their sense of "morality" and "tolerance". They've turned to the conservatives from the 1960s.

This video making fun of ancaps is pretty goddamn funny.
youtu.be/YFc_VnWfHDw

Any recommendation for other free speech zone instances?

QOTO: Question Others to Teach Ourselves