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Quarterbakery.com2   (+3)  [vote for, against]
Use at your own peril

Yesterday I had an idea about Public:Law. I wrote it all out but didn't click the ok button because I realized it wasn't baked enough. I didn't have it sufficiently flushed out. I concluded it wasn't half-baked yet and not ready to post. It was probably quarter baked at that point.

But what if there was quarterbakery.com for that? We could post to it.

Edit: my title got changed to quarterbakery.com2 ... because quarterbakery.com already exists ... but my quarterbakery definitely isn't for kids.
-- ixnaum, Oct 31 2019

Halfmakery (not so related, other than naming) [Mindey, Nov 06 2019]

Idea Dough Garage Swap a potential place to post your not-even-halfbaked ideas [notexactly, Nov 14 2019]

I din't realise there was a low cut-off here. I thought it was for (up-to-half)-baked ideas.
-- pocmloc, Oct 31 2019

// I din't realise there was a low cut-off here. //

Regrettably, there isn't.
-- 8th of 7, Oct 31 2019

At that point, we've a listing of half-halfbaked ideas and bodiless puns, open to being fleshed out by other HB'ers : sure.
-- FlyingToaster, Oct 31 2019

"but my quarterbakery definitely isn't for kids."

Oh no, another porn site.
-- blissmiss, Oct 31 2019

//Ask not for quarter. None shall be given.// Anon.
-- Canuck, Nov 04 2019

Canuck, I thought you got frozen up or something, like Tin Man.

Somebody come along and oil you or something? Was her name Dorothy per chance?
-- blissmiss, Nov 04 2019

I appreciate the distinction between nascent ideas: some must be fleshed out and some must be flushed out.
-- bungston, Nov 05 2019

... and some should be flushed away.
-- 8th of 7, Nov 05 2019

Frozen? No, bliss. Just off doing other real-world adventures. I still lurk here on occasion, tossing in my 5 cents-worth when the mood strikes.

//Why 5 cents?// you ask? We no longer use the penny here in Canada.

And no Dorothy, either. Just a yen to make use of billion-dollar military satellite technology to seek out plastic containers hidden in the forests. Gets me AFK and off my derriere.
-- Canuck, Nov 05 2019

So, it's just public drafts intended for halfbakery?
-- Mindey, Nov 06 2019

it's where standards are lower ... where details such as the differences between flushed out and fleshed out are overlooked.
-- ixnaum, Nov 13 2019

don't forget flashed.
-- FlyingToaster, Nov 13 2019

// We no longer use the penny here in Canada. //

I added an idea to my list the other week that relates to that. Maybe I'll post it soon.

// use billion-dollar military technology to seek out plastic containers hidden in the forests. //

Litter cleanup, or containers that people have deliberately hidden there?
-- notexactly, Nov 14 2019

The containers are hidden deliberately. It's called geocaching, and they have a website, t-shirts, decoder rings (sort of) and much more. But no secret handshake. At least not one they have shared with me. There are over 3.117million geocaches currently hidden around the world.
-- Canuck, Nov 15 2019

There used to be a lot of activity around the hills in Ct. I was just about to try it out, but then San Francisco called and had other plans for me. Do you do this hobby?
-- blissmiss, Nov 15 2019

// Do you do this hobby? // I try to get out as much as I can, but I have found nearly every geocache within a 10km radius from home so it requires more planning before I venture out, what with me owning no car. I walk to where the caches are, or I use car-sharing and transit (when they're not picketing).
-- Canuck, Nov 17 2019

// It's called geocaching //

Oh—of course it's geocaching. I was imagining something more adversarial (litterbugs vs. environmentalists, or foreign spies vs. national security people) based on how you described it.
-- notexactly, Dec 02 2019

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