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Some dude mansplained computer science to a computer science professor. She wasn't having it.

University of Maryland computer science professor Jen Golbeck tried to tweet a basic gripe about her field of expertise on Tuesday, forgetting that it's never safe to express any kind of opinion on the internet. Sometimes I just want to punch java in the face. — Jen Golbeck (@jengolbeck) October 4, 2016 Of course, some random dude was waiting, hunched over his keyboard, to mansplain her own business to her.
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