Spy Hunter was great. Driving with forward-firing machine guns, running bad guys off the road or laying down oil slicks, all to the Peter Gunn theme.
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So, where's the fun in that?
I'd like to obtain a government grant to help me develop it.
I always thought Slashdot had that honor.
Consider the poor SOB's who bought the genuine Windows ovens instead.
Taking care of young children really was the most stressful thing I ever went through. I would be cautious about making inferences about sleep patterns or anything else based on that wonderful-yet-frequently-hellish period of my life
PS: It got better.
He's full of hot air?
I expected this to be about programming languages. I've known a lot of fat, broke, chain-smoking COBOL programmers.
He'll end up being more like George W.
If Romney is in the uncanny valley, let's eliminate the impossible and what's left must be the truth. He clearly is not a corpse, and let's face it, zombies are fictional, so he must have some sort of prosthesis. Not a prosthetic hand, but perhaps a prosthetic forehead.
Hey, baby, I'm a language guy, know what I mean, nudge, nudge.
... he posts anonymously.
"Interfaces", "support", "algorithm", "exceptions", "source" -- sheesh, how many computer-science concepts can you apply to human interactions in one Slashdot post?