Atom does not like your code. Try harder!
Out of the box, Atom will consider all of your code facepalm-worthy. However, by changing a setting, you can make Atom only facepalm when it's really bad.
If you specify one or more "Activation Events", each time one of the named events is emitted, the facepalm will be invoked. Similarly, when one of the "Deactivation Events" is received, the facepalm will go away. For example, to facepalm when your tests are failing, install Tom Bell's excellent test-status package, and specify the following settings for Facepalm:
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