“Feminism? Isn’t that the thing that killed romance?”
“It killed old-school romance… proudly!”
I need to extend Boolean but it doesn’t work! What the hell is wrong with you people? The world isn’t black and white! I need more than true and false!
Mac OS Bug Sour. Do they really have to be so on-the-nose about it?
Header image: By OpenClipart-Vectors, Link
I’ve joined an interest group for solipsists… we have one member!
“Thanks for calling!”
“Thanks for picking up!”
Here’s how a typical support case works after my colleagues started checking out like flies in November and my idea that management thought knowledge was transferred via some kind of “USB”-cable for programmers’ brains turned out to be enormously optimistic—the predominant theory seems to be that knowledge sticks to the walls… I’m hoping no one orders me to lick the walls…:
Customer: The system is broken! What’s wrong?
After lots of research in non-existing documentation and uncommented code following the “unnecessary surgery” doctrine of Ghostbusters (this relates both to the term itself and the performance of the actors in the linked clip…):
Me: The input is wrong…
Here are my three simple rules of self-defense. They can be applied without any self-defense training, only using a little common sense:
- Avoid places and situations where you need to defend yourself
- Move away from places and situations where you need to defend yourself, run if necessary
- If someone surprise attacks you, parry/break free using whatever technique you have at your disposal (hit them with your umbrella!), then see rule 2.
If you feel this limits your freedom, use your vote to change the situation, not your life!
“I went to his grave and peed my respects…”
Correct spelling can save lives!
Unfortunately, it seems that mankind is wired in such a way that every few generations, we have to learn that rhetoric of violence leads to violence and that that violence will come knocking down our own doors long before we think it is appropriate.
The biggest problem with statistics is that whenever you try to say something general everybody automatically assumes it’s all about them.