Testing for numerics

Luis luis at anachreon.co.uk
Sun Oct 8 19:16:22 EDT 2006

Unless someone saw you do it.

Did you make a noise?



On 8 Oct 2006, at 12:36, FlexibleLearning at aol.com wrote:

>>> Hugh, of course, has been using Jacque's TimeWarp stack since   
>>> before
>>> it existed, and is therefore able to make accurate  retroactive
>>> predictions. Contradicting him is futile, because he  will then  
>>> go back
>>> and change the timeline, and then where will you  be, eh?
>> I *knew* there was a reason I was having so much trouble   
>> debugging that
>> stack. Hugh, lay off.
> Aww. And I was having  so much fun messing with the temporal  
> directive, too.
> Okay. Consider me layed.  Or laid (another good reason to mess with  
> the
> temporal directive).
> And before anyone suggests it, NO... I did not screw up the server  
> on  Friday
> (I just went back and checked). This does not mean, however, that  
> I  won't go
> back in the future into the past and undo what I didn't do in this  
> time  line.
> /H
> FLCo
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