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I don't believe in fairies. Oops! A fairy died.
I don't believe in fairies. Oops! Another fairy died.

	Shlomi Fish
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The prefix "God Said" has the extraordinary logical property of 
converting any statement that follows it into a true one.

	Shlomi Fish
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A Jewish Deduction

The Bible dictates that "Thou shalt not seethe [= cook] a kid [= young goat]
in his mother's milk." To avoid any possibility of breaking that regulation, 
the Jewish tradition ruled that it also applies to female goats, to mature
goats, and to the meat and milk of two completely unrelated goats. It is 
also forbidden to eat the meat with fresh milk, and it applies to beef 
and mutten as well (including mixing the milk and meat of two different
beasts). Finally, chicken, which are incapable of milk production, may not
be eaten along with any mammal's milk either. 

We are fortunate that most mathematicians were not Jewish. Otherwise, it
would have been forbidden to divide by all numbers between -1 and 1. 


	Shlomi Fish
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I used to be arrogant. Now I'm simply Perfect.
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If the ancient Greeks had invented UNIX, Murphy's Law would have been known
as Aristotle's Law.

Had they invented MS-Windows, Murphy's Law would have been known as the Law
of Socrates.

	Shlomi Fish
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Microsoft's slogan used to be "Microsoft - making it all make sense."

Today it should be: "Microsoft - making everything make sense. Ours."

	Shlomi Fish
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Linux - Because Software Problems Should not Cost Money.

	Shlomi Fish
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The American Lottery - all you need is a dollar and a dream. We will 
take the dollar, but you can keep the dream. 

	Shlomi Fish
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"Shit Happens" according to the religions of the world
(Deltas by Shlomi Fish)

Judaism: God knows you will do shit, does nothing to prevent it, but makes
you take the blame for it anyways. 
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"Shit Happens" according to the religions of the world
(Deltas by Shlomi Fish)

Judaism: God is all the shit, all the non-shit and all the intermediate
demi-shits in between. 
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Let's interpret the past according to the present and not the present
according to the past. 

	Shlomi Fish
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"Computer Sciense is no more about computers than astronomy is about
telescopes" 

     Edsgar W. Dijkstra 

"Programming Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about 
stars." 

     Shlomi Fish 
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[Discussing the shortage of IT workers as of 1998 on E-mail]

Shlomi Fish to Omer Zak: "Even the NSA doesn't have enough programmers. But it
is not likely that they will have more and that's because 'Summerschool at
the NSA' may might as well be the name of Sarah Michelle Gellar's next
movie."

Omer Zak to Shlomi Fish: "And as opposed to 'I Know What You Did Last
Summer' it is going to be scary."
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Objective philosophy is like a pencil sharpener for one's mind.

	Shlomi Fish
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Oh! I wish you could see the look on his face! Actually, I would have also
liked to see the look on his face, but just then I woke up from the dream.

	"The Enemy and how I Helped to Fight It"
	Shlomi Fish
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Had I not been already insane, I would have long ago driven myself mad.

	"The Enemy and how I Helped to Fight It"
	Shlomi Fish
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"Except for that, I planned a political simulator that forecast the two World
Wars after I entered all the relevant data until the year 1000 AD."

"Do you have a computer at home?"

"Oh no. At present the program is written on a paper. Don't ask how much
time it took me to take out all the bugs from it. But it was great fun!"

	"The Enemy and how I Helped to Fight it"
	Shlomi Fish
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"Likewise." Added the interviewer and said: "Your answers were also very ...
unusual."

"Although this description cannot testify on their quality, I take it as a
compliment."

	"The Enemy and how I Helped to Fight It"
	Shlomi Fish
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The government of the Supporter will finance your travel, and you will be
able to leave tomorrow morning. We would like to inform you of the following 
facts: we cannot assure your safety during this travel. Furthermore, 
despite your long service at the Organization and your constructive 
proposal, we cannot say, wholeheartedly or halfheartedly, that we wish 
to protect your safety. Likewise, we cannot guarantee that we would not
take actions that may harm you, indirectly or in a direct manner.

We hope to see you here very soon.

	"The Enemy and how I Helped to Fight It"
	Shlomi Fish
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"Okay, I think that I can now return to my country and my village. By the
way, how many forbidden books do you have?"

"Oh,", one of them said to me, " their number grows up geometrically. When I
checked two weeks ago, their number was 2,148,763. A week ago there were 
4,278,109 forbidden writings. Now there must be about 8,600,000."

"You are wrong.", I said to him.

"I beg your pardon?"

"There are now exactly 8,517,559 or 8,517,560 forbidden books."

"Why is it so important?"

"Why, it means that meanwhile you have 82,440 or 82,441 extra books you can
read at bedtime if you can't fall asleep!"

	"The Enemy and how I Helped to Fight It"
	Shlomi Fish
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"And what is the nature of those activists: Socialists? Communists?
Liberals? ... "

"Let's say for simplicity that they are people of my intellect, only 
that as opposed to me they are sane."

	"The Enemy and how I Helped to Fight It"
	Shlomi Fish
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A more experienced programmer does not make less bugs. He just realizes
what went wrong more quickly.

	Shlomi Fish
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BTW, for an editor with no replace feature (at least not on Windows 95), 
no regular-expression search and replace, no indentation support, 
no syntax-highlighting and no macros and scriptability features: 
MS Notepad is one hell of an editor!

	"Wonderous are the ways of Microsoft"
	Shlomi Fish
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Suggested Improvements to the Documentation:

The WYSIWYT project was for a long time fascinated by Microsoft's tremendous 
desire to advance its Internet Explorer web-browser. We saw the fact that 
they switched the help systems of the upcoming Windows 98, as well as 
Microsoft Visual C++ 5.0, to HTML a major step in advancing our project.

As a complementary step, some of the chief heads of our project suggested
that the Windows' manuals themselves, as well as all of Microsoft's ads,
will be designed in HTML and printed after being rendered by IE4. While this
project is in the preliminary and planning stages, we expect it to acquire a
large momentum soon.

	"IRPWUG Announces Project 'WYSIWYT'"
	Shlomi Fish
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If:
1. A is A.
2. A is not not-A.
does it also imply that:
1. B is B.
2. B is not not-B.

	Shlomi Fish
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I know I'm blond, but I have to colour my hair brown, so people whould
not think I'm stupid. Because, like the title of the book says: "You've only 
got Three Seconds".

Actually, since Amazon sent us two books like that, you've only got six
seconds.
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Knuth is not God! It took him two days to build the Roman Empire.

	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2049
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Knuth is not God! God has already released TeX version 4.0.

	Shlomi Fish
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>
> Shlomi,
>
> Have you ever considered taking a Turing test? ;-)
>
 
<sarcasm>
Sure I did. I sat at one point of an IRC channel, and someone
tested me. Eventually it was discovered that I am a computer, but it
turned out the other side was an Eliza program. Strangely enough, I could
not detect that the latter fact was true.
</sarcasm>

	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2465
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There is no IGLU Cabal! None of them could pass the Turing test. But
strangely enough a computer program they coded, could.

	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2465
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Knuth is not God! Google is not God! RMS is not God! 

God himself said that was the case.

	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2385
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Knuth is not God! Typing "God" into Google and pressing "I'm Feeling
Lucky" would not lead you to his homepage.

	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2084
	("The Great WWW-Wisdom Shootout")
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Knuth is not God! Unless you confuse him with Dijkstra.

	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2037
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(I am patenting issuing a TINIC with anything else but the phrase "There
is no IGLU Cabal!". The patent number is kept secret to avoid violating
the copyright of its text)

	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2021
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C++ supports Object-Oriented Programming roughly as much as COBOL supports
Functional Programming.

	Shlomi Fish
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I hope that if it had not been clear before, it isn't less clear now.
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Jack: Hi, Sophie!

Sophie: Don't "Hi, Sophie!" me.

Jack: Don't "Don't 'Hi, Sophie!' me" me!

	Shlomi Fish
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My opinions may seem crazy but they all make sense. Insane sense, but sense
nonetheless.

	Shlomi Fish
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Shlomi, I'm considering naming a corollary of Godwyn's law after you - 
any discussion of anything is over when you mention Freecell Solver.

	Muli Ben-Yeuhuda on #kernelnewbies (irc.kernelnewbiews.org)

Muli: BTW, I think that any discussion only begins to gain momentum
when I mention Freecell Solver.
	
	Shlomi Fish on #offtopic (irc.kernelnewbies.org)
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There's no point in keeping an idea to yourself since there's a 10 to 1
chance that somebody already has it and will share it before you.

	Shlomi Fish
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
Two apples a day will keep two doctors away.
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"You are banished! You are banished! You are banished! - hey I'm just
kidding!"

	Shlomi Fish
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[Discussing Foreign Languages Knowledge in the U.S.A]

Ben Collins-Sussman: Tis' true, unlike Europe, the language doesn't 
change every 100 miles.

Shlomi Fish: And unlike England, the accent does not change every 10 
miles.
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What happened to Christopher Michael Pilato?
Is he gone?
Is he gone for good?
Is he gone for better?
Is he gone for best?
Is he gone forever?
Will he return?
Who is Christopher Michael Pilato, anyway?

	Shlomi Fish
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> Can anyone draw a plan as to how to teach a computer to laugh? Say we
> define laugh as print "LOL", and define smile as print ":)". How would a
> computer know when to print any of those, and when to operate an Eliza
> program?

Judging by IRC or AOL, randomly would do just fine ;-)

	Muli Ben-Yehuda in Hackers-IL message No. 3513
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In Philosophy, as much as in software engineering, you don't get credit for
originality. What matters is the final product, not who came up with the
idea for each feature first. 

	Shlomi Fish
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> Unfortunatly as other people have mentioned - the HURD is seriously
> lacking in developers, especially driver writers. Linux is to blame for 
> most of that.

KImageShop is seriously lacking in developers, and the GIMP is to blame
for most of that. 

	Shlomi Fish in a Linux-IL post
	(http://www.mail-archive.com/linux-il@cs.huji.ac.il/msg31920.html)
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He has a high degree of idealism, a high degree of stubbornness, and an even
higher degree of inability to distiniguish between the two.

	Shlomi Fish
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> Thanks, applied as change #22936.
>

And thank you for applying this patch. But to be honest, I'm a little
disappointed. I expected it won't go in so easily and will trigger some
discussion here. But there was none. No typo corrections ("you mis-spelled
'floccinaucinihilipilification'"); no flames ("this patch is the worst
thing since non-sliced bread"). Nothing.

Someone should do something about it. This direction is not healthy for
p5p. Seriously.

	Shlomi Fish in perl5-porters
	http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl5.porters/92352
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  <rindolf>    Right now, I think I'll go to sleep.
  <mitch>      nite rindolf
  <mitch>      sleep-fu well
  <rindolf>    mitch: night.
  <rindolf>    Bye all!
  <rindolf>    mitch: there are no PDB entries for me sleeping.
  <rindolf>    mitch: nor do I want any.
  <mitch>      haha
  <mitch>      (rindolf-sleep INTERACTIVE|NONINTERACTIVE)
  <rindolf>    mitch: heh
  <rindolf>    mitch: (plug-in-rindolf-sleep ...
  <mitch>      :)
  <Kevin>      (plug-in-rindolf-sleep 8 HOURS)

    Contemplating some potential procedural database functions
    in #gimp.
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  <yacoob>      a quickie: are 'adjustments layers' planned to be implemented 
                in gimp?
  <nomis>       yacoob: at some point in the future, yes.
  <yacoob>      nomis: dare to estimate how far this future is?
  <nomis>       yacoob: no.
  <rindolf>     yacoob: faster if you contribute.
          *     nomis waits for the "oh, I cannot program at all".
  <rindolf>     nomis: faster if he learns how to program, and then 
                contributes.
    <nomis>     :)
   <yacoob>     rindolf: you wouldn't like me to contribute, believe me ;) 

    #gimp
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Commenting in Slashdot after Arnold Schwarzenegger's decision to use
open-source software in the California government:

> This is obviously because Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are girly-men.

Yeah and what are the offerings of the open-source world? Let's see:

1. Linus Torvalds - Looks like a dweeb, ergo is a dweeb. How girly is that?
(plus his wife can kick ass better than him)
2. Richard M. Stallman - a hippy. How girly is that?
3. Eric S. Raymond - a nice looking man with a mustache. Baby faced, so he
looks a bit girly to me.
4. Larry Wall - a cross between Linus and RMS (i.e: a hippy dweeb) that is
even more girly.

So who do we have left? Alan Cox? OK, he's manly. (huge man, huge facial hair,
etc.) And all the others are so neglible people don't even know how they look
like.

    -- Shlomi Fish
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If his programming is anything like his philosophizing, he would find ten
imaginary bugs in the "Hello World" program.

	Shlomi Fish
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          <rindolf>  buu: do you have a working manual of BL?
          <rindolf>  s/working/up-to-date/
              <buu>  It's kind of sort of up to date
  <perlygatekeeper>  he means NO
              <buu>  I've got some docs!
          <rindolf>  buu: do you have a functional spec? An architecture 
                     document? An interface whitepaper? A developer's guide? 
                     A user manual? A "The BL-Book" and "BL - The Program"?
              <buu>  rindolf: no, no, no no and no

    --
    Discussing the merits of documenting one's pet languages on
    FreeNode's #perl channel.
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Hacker sees bug. Hacker fixes bug.

	Shlomi Fish
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Tcl is LISP on drugs. Using strings instead of S-expressions for closures
is Evil with one of those gigantic E's you can find at the beginning of 
paragraphs.

	Shlomi Fish
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Linus Torvalds: "95% of Programmers consider themselves in the top 5%".
 
Shlomi Fish' Corollary: "95% of Programmers consider 95% of the code they
did not write, in the bottom 5%."
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   <rindolf>    Linuxgrrl: well The Gilmore Girls is also a drama. Sort of a 
                dramedie, but a serious one.
 <Linuxgrrl>    Meh.
 <Linuxgrrl>    Too girly for me.
   <rindolf>    Linuxgrrl: you are a girl.
   <rindolf>    Linuxgrrl: let me guess - you're using Debian or Gentoo, right?
 <Linuxgrrl>    Gentoo.
   <rindolf>    Linuxgrrl: knew it.
   <rindolf>    Linuxgrrl: no self-respecting tomboy would use Mandrake.

	Shlomi Fish (rindolf) and Linuxgrrl on OFTC's #linuxchics.
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C++ is complex, complexifying and complexified.

(With apologies to the Oxford English Dictionary).

	Shlomi Fish
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   <rindolf>  I'm siicckk of blogging memes.
   <rindolf>  You are this file type.
   <rindolf>  You are that type of cloth.
 <jkauffman>  You are this member of the Friends show
   <rindolf>  jkauffman: LOL.
 <jkauffman>  "January 4th, 2005: Just took an online quiz and it turns out 
              I'm a Joey type"

	Shlomi Fish (rindolf) and jkauffman on Freenode's #perlcafe
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     <rindolf>  sleeper: why are people obsessed with one-liners?
     <rindolf>  It takes 3 lines - OMG what a disaster!
       <Botje>  rindolf: newline prices went up again
     <rindolf>  Botje: I buy my newlines in the black market
 <dabreegster>  Botje: again? drat.
             *  Botje reports rindolf to the newline police
 <dabreegster>  Botje: I know about an... (underground) operation going on to
                pirate newlines.
     <rindolf>  Botje: I bribed a few cops in the newline police, but nice try.
 <dabreegster>  Botje: Some crazy guys are trying to free newlines from 
                patents! They want to rid the market!
             *  cursor gets called up to serve in the newline jury
     <rindolf>  I think we need to start a campaign to lift all restrictions 
                off newlines.
 <dabreegster>  rindolf: La Resistance lives on!\n
       <Botje>  I already stockpiled millions of newlines
 <dabreegster>  Botje: We can have the one-liners destroyed by sundown
 <dabreegster>  Not destroyed, but... TURNED INTO TWO-LINERS! Mwuhahaha!

    -- Did anybody see my newline at Freenode's #perl channel.
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            *  buu Stevie[FP] with a plunger.
            *  Stevie[FP] looks for the verb in that sentence
       <sili>  i think you're missing a verb
 <Stevie[FP]>  I think he's missing a brain.
       <sili>  unless Stevie[FP] is a verb i don't know
       <sili>  Stevie[FP]: v. see Stevie[FP]
 <Stevie[FP]>  I am not a verb!
       <sili>  you've been verbatized
            *  rindolf Stevie[FP]'s Chris62vw
 <Stevie[FP]>  verbalized?
    <rindolf>  Stevie[FP]: verbalized is a different thing.
    <rindolf>  Stevie[FP]: it comes from "verbal".
 <Stevie[FP]>  Verbified.
 <Stevie[FP]>  Verbiated.
    <rindolf>  stefan: verbificated.
      <Botje>  verbed.
 <Stevie[FP]>  Verberated.
    <rindolf>  Stevie[FP]: verberation is overrated.

    -- Verbing the verb on Freenode's #perl
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  <tyler->  rindolf: you are seriously the craziest fucker I know
  <tyler->  and I know some crazy ass people
  <mofino>  haha
 <rindolf>  tyler-: I am crazy. And proud of it.
  <tyler->  rindolf: you should be
  <mofino>  haha
  <mofino>  Ahh man
 <rindolf>  tyler-: being crazy is hard work. I worked all my life to be
            crazy.
  <mofino>  Normal people aren't fun.
 <rindolf>  tyler-: "Craziness is not an action. It's a process."
  <mofino>  heh
  <tyler->  rindolf: I see
 <rindolf>  You need to tend to your insanity.
 <rindolf>  tyler-: do you want to be crazy?
  <tyler->  rindolf: that's why I feed my leprechaun at least once a
            day.
 <rindolf>  tyler-: I can teach you everything I know.

    Freenode's #perlcafe
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  <rindolf>  mofino: I have some money, and am living and am supported
             by my parents.
  <rindolf>  mofino: there's much less of a taboo against living with
             one parents after school in Israel, than there is in the
             States.
   <mofino>  It's not taboo
   <mofino>  It's pathetic.
   <mofino>  Although, sometimes life sucks, and you have no choice.
 <q[ender]>  you know, it depends
 <q[ender]>  if you're not married and / or not getting any, it doesn't
             much matter if you live with your folks
   <mofino>  ender, usually when you have self-respect, you try and you
             know, make it on your own
  <rindolf>  q[ender]: are you married and not getting any? You could
             live with your parents.
 <q[ender]>  hahaha
   <mofino>  haha
 <q[ender]>  awesome
 <q[ender]>  rindolf++ # good burn!

    -- Discussing living with one's parents on IRC.
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 +--

    -- Moses the Smiley by Shlomi Fish
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"Computer Sciense is no more about computers than astronomy is about
telescopes"
 
	-- Edsgar W. Dijkstra

"C programming is no more about computers than astronomy is about stars." 

	-- Shlomi Fish
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The first phrase that need to be taught when teaching a new language is how
to say "Do you speak English?".
 
The first thing that needs to be taught when teaching a new computer tool
is how to exit it.

	Shlomi Fish
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He who re-invents the wheel, will understand much better how a wheel works.

He who re-invents the wheel, may actually invent a much better wheel. 

	Shlomi Fish

He who re-invents the wheel will likely design a square wheel and spend a
year trying to figure out why it doesn't work properly.

	Nadav Har'El
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Sometimes you don't need to be familiar with a better alternative to know
that something sucks. Take Microsoft Word for example. 

	Eran Keidar
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The difference between a good student and a bad student is that a bad
student forgets the material five minutes before the test, while a good
student five minutes afterwards.
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Real programmers don't write workarounds. They tell their users to upgrade
their software.

	Shlomi Fish
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If his programming is anything like his philosophising, he would find 10
imaginary bugs in the "Hello World" program.

	Shlomi Fish
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Jewish Atheists are the only true Atheists. They beat the hell out of Goy
Atheists.

	Shlomi Fish
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 <BarnacleBob>  i hate xml.....
    <mcrawfor>  <response to="BarnacleBob">indeed</response>
     <rindolf>  mcrawfor: :-)
     <rindolf>  mcrawfor++ # Nice joke
       <Botje>  ehm. ouch.
       <Botje>  rindolf: no!
       <Botje>  <postincrement comment="Nice joke">mcrawfor</postincrement>
     <rindolf>  Botje: LOL.
     <rindolf>  <postincrement comment="As you wish">Botje</postincrement>

    FreeNode's #perl
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             dazjorz is now known as __you
          *  __you fart
          *  __you say "oops"
  <rindolf>  __you: heh
          *  __you kick rindolf
    <__you>  (rindolf, you're now being kicked by 435 people)
  <squeeks>  __you need to go outside.
   <kspath>  __you: Who owns you?
          *  __you go outside
          *  __you are pwned by dazjorz
             __you is now known as we
          *  we are having a useless off-topic conversation right now
  <rindolf>  we: hahah
             we is now known as __you
          *  __you decide this channel is now useless and decide to
             leave
             simcop2387 is now known as we
          *  we are not amused
          *  __you and I are together simcop2387
             squeeks is now known as _I_
          *  _I_ need to tell __you something
          *  __you listen
             simcop2387 is now known as we
          *  we need help
          *  _I_ think we are getting a bit sick of the shenanigans
  <rindolf>  I'm so making a fortune out of it.
          *  we want to be on bash.org

    /me (or I, you or we) is finding it amusing on Freenode's #perl.
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Freenode's #perl:
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 <spyro_boy>  Oh! I fixed it :D
 <spyro_boy>  Yay :D
   <rindolf>  spyro_boy: congrats!
 <spyro_boy>  Thanks for your help, everyone. :)
   <rindolf>  spyro_boy: now you should translate this script to O'Caml,
              Haskell, Perl 6.
 <spyro_boy>  rindolf, huh?
   <rindolf>  spyro_boy: Smalltalk, C, C++, Visual Basic...
 <spyro_boy>  rindolf, translate to what?
   <rindolf>  spyro_boy: to all these programming languages.
 <spyro_boy>  haha
 <spyro_boy>  rindolf, yeah.
   <rindolf>  Because a script in perl is Not Enough<tm>.
   <rindolf>  spyro_boy: but see the Great Computer Language Shootout.
 <spyro_boy>  rindolf, I tried learning C,C++, and Java, but I couldn't
              catch on.
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     <rindolf>  wankit
      <buubot>  Perl 6, unlike most people, is able to breathe in the
                vacuum of space. In fact, anything else would damage its
                respiratory system. Because of this, whenever it's
                visiting Earth, it wears a respirator, which resembles a
                kickass beard.
     <rindolf>  Heh heh.
     <rindolf>  Are all of buubot's wankit factoids about Perl 6?
     <rindolf>  He should have some about Chuck Norris, too.
      <merlyn>  fictional factoids about a partially designed, partially
                implemented, partially wanted language. :)
     <rindolf>  merlyn: yeah.
      <merlyn>  Heh - those are all Chuck Norris quotes with s/Chuck/P6/
 <dabreegster>  rindolf: It's written in Chuck Norris, right
      <merlyn>  Chuck Norris writes code in Perl 6. Before Larry's done.
                And it works.
     <rindolf>  merlyn: Chuck Norris wrote Perl 6 in a day but then
                destroyed all evidence with his bare hands, so no one
                will know his secrets.

    -- FreeNode's #perl.
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     <rindolf>  ajs: perhaps Chuck Norris would be a useful addition to
                the Pugs and Parrot teams.
         <ajs>  rindolf: If Norris can write, give him a commit bit, and
                tie him to a keyboard ;)
  <FurnaceBoy>  I thought he already had commit
       <daxim>  Chuck Norris commits with a roundhouse kick into the SVN
                server's head
             *  FurnaceBoy chuckles
         <ajs>  daxim: If you can get that to pass the test suite, then
                more power to you!
  <FurnaceBoy>  Chuck *is* the test suite
     <Kattana>  chuck norris does not code, when he sits at a
                computer, it just does whatever he wants.
     <rindolf>  Kattana: :-)
       <daxim>  ah, we're easy to amuse
         <ajs>  Be the test suite, Chuck... BE the test suite.
  <FurnaceBoy>  you gotta pass 'make chuck'

    Chuck Norris Perlsixifies at FreeNode's #perl6 channel.
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 <rindolf>  LeoNerd: I need to get a life.
 <LeoNerd>  They can be quite useful, but they do have a crazy amount of
            dependencies..
 <LeoNerd>  And sometimes they can be a bit unstable - I think they're
            still beta-testing

    Geek Humour at FreeNode's #perl