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<h2 id="intro">Introduction</h2>

There is an ongoing Internet meme of collecting various funny or otherwise
amusing <a href="">“facts”
about Chuck Norris</a>. This meme has expanded to cover
<a href="">facts
about other people or entities</a>.

These pages concentrate my contributions to this trend, which I find very
amusing. Many people I talked with don’t enjoy them, as much as I and some
of my friends seem to, so don’t worry if you don’t.

<h2 id="the-collections">The Collections</h2>

<h3><a href="Chuck-Norris/">Chuck Norris Facts</a></h3>

Some extra facts, some of them are very geeky, or related to the Wikipedia.

<h3><a href="Buffy/">Buffy Facts</a></h3>

Facts about Buffy Summers from the Television show
<i>Buffy the Vampire Slayer</i>.

<h3><a href="Knuth/">“Knuth is not God”</a></h3>

Why Professor Don Knuth (a renown Computer Science) is not God, but
very close.

<h3><a href="Larry-Wall/">Larry Wall Facts</a></h3>

Facts about Larry Wall, the creator of <a href="">the
Perl programming language</a>. Requires some Perl-specific knowledge.

<h3><a href="NSA/">NSA Facts</a></h3>

Facts about the American National Security Agency (NSA), a cryptologic
intelligence agency.

<h3><a href="Xena/">Xena (the Warrior Princess) Facts</a></h3>

<h3><a href="XSLT/">XSLT Facts</a></h3>

From which reasons and in which ways is XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language
Transformations) the true incarnation of evil.
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