since I am in Hell, let's all have fun... we might end with a case study.
soapdog at mac.com
Wed Aug 4 09:08:34 CDT 2004
> why don't you give up the machines and go back
> to entertainment? host your own forum.
> if anyone can squeeze humor out of a difference
I am considering making some comedy stacks, like webcomics but
code and comedy are very similar, how many times you looked at a source
and laughed... I think there are five types of reaction upon looking at
source code made by others:
1) "Man, I can't belive he did it that way..." <---- That's comedy.
2) "Oh, that's how he implemented it, amazing..." <---- That's a
3) "Oh Heck! Come Look how that moron did it..." <---- That's also
comedy, but people are laughing on you and the support techs...
4) "Man, that will never work." <--- That's an act of faith, and fit's
the religious kind.
5) "I can't understand this, I think it's perl, at least, it appears
perl to me..." <---- That's also comedy, but the coder was a
but that's just my theory, I don't know why I typed this, I just awoke,
took a bath and checked email... I'll begin to make more sense after
send in time is cool by the way, but I am waiting a premonition
external that will enable things like: send "do not execute rm -rf /"
in -4 years and execute things in the past, this would save my old pc
and maybe my mac.
I am learning spanish by talking to you guys! "no cada uno poder ser
scott rossi" eheheheheh
Cheers (where's my tea?)
>> the url for the blog is
> oh, i get it. write code and comedy
> at the same time.
> do you use the send in time command?
> usted es el hombre.
> (non-Portugese in-joke)
>> Andre Alves Garzia <eth> 2004
>> Soap Dog Studios - BRAZIL
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> but malt and Malta seem like a possibility..
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