I got my solution to lesson 10 to work, but I don't quite understand why it works, which is obviously the whole point of learning. Here is the code:
var billy = false
var getToDaChoppa = function()
console.log("Billyyyyyyyy! Get to da choppaaaaa!"); }
So I create a variable called "billy" which is set to false. In the loop I am telling it to "do" log the string of text while "billy". But what exactly does that mean? Do it while billy is false? If billy is set to false initially, why does the loop stop. Is something changing the value of billy that I'm missing?