For the heck of it, I'm posting this from a 386 with 32 megs of RAM. Pretty sure it could run on half that without serious mods to Debian 2.2 Potato - and probably far less, with the loss of usefulness as a general purpose Linux box at some point.
Here's my experience with MUMPS. About twelve years ago, I interviewed with a shop that used it. One of the interviewers told me, a little smugly, that MUMPs was so powerful, that nobody can be productive in it for at least a year. Then I got a one paragraph description of it and was asked to write some basic programs, using pen and paper, with someone watching. My recollection was it was a bastard child of assembly and LISP. There were lots of parentheses, but only register variables to work with. (That doesn't seem to match the wikipedia description, but it's the description I got at the time.) The place probably didn't have a choice about using it, but they seemed convinced it was the best thing ever. I'm not too broken up over not getting that job.
Critically, all computers must beep and chirp constantly during all interaction. BEEP BEEP. CHIRP.. BEEP BEEP. Imagine using such a system all day long. Glorious.
Article I, Section 9, Clause 5 of the Constitution: "No Tax or Duty shall be laid on Articles exported from any State." I'm sure sufficient hand-waving will get the govt whatever it wants, but this one does seem fairly clear.
For the cost of a properly designed light, that ought to cost slightly if any more than a bad one, more of the light could be directed at the street, and less at the sky. Illuminating the sky isn't helping anybody.
Its a missing tear out page at the back of the Voynich Manuscript that says: "For more great titles from this publisher, send a self addressed stamped envelope to..."