Category Archives: Humour

Rethinking Adric

I have been rethinking Adric lately. I don’t mean a complete 180 on my thinking, but rather a refinement. Perhaps he isn’t the utter tool I originally believed, but rather that he is in it entirely for the Lulz. I … Continue reading

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The Path to Faith

Ahhh… science… On the perceived conflict between science and religion, how pondering the imponderable can be a path to faith: There once was a man from Trinity, Who took the square root of infinity. The number of digits gave him … Continue reading

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Works On My Machine

In a similar vein to my last post, John Grueber suggests the following label be added to software so that folks know that it did work when you tested it. Related Posts:No Related Posts

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Top 20 Programmer Replies

I don’t have a source for this, it is in my old “humour” files. “That’s Weird…” “It’s never done that before.” “It worked yesterday.” “How is that possible?” “It must have a hardware problem.” “What did you type in wrong … Continue reading

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ALL-ONE!

I’ve noticed that when I’m down, I invariably start using liquid Dr. Bronner’s soaps instead of the bar kind. My favorite Dr. Bronner bar is lavender, but it doesn’t compare to liquid Peppermint. See, Dr. Bronner was this guy who … Continue reading

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Recursive Descent Parsing

Early in the development of computers, programming languages were simple, and were converted into a machine usable form using a parse tree. Let me give you a little context. Related Posts:TestNG ConfusionBash Hints: Redirecting StdErr to StdOut“Microsoft Small BASIC” is … Continue reading

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‘gingtons

My kids like trains, although they aren’t so fond of Thomas. They absolutely love Chuggington, which is good because I do too. A world populated by trains and humans, living in harmony, each doing their jobs. However, it is hard … Continue reading

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Every Known Jellybaby scene in Doctor Who

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Without Spice?!

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Trends: Doctor Who vs. Battlestar Galactica

I like using google trends to see how different things compare. Today, I look at Doctor Who (2005) vs. Battlestar Galactica (2004). What surprised me about this chart is that they both would experience bursts in traffic at the same … Continue reading

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