Fry: "Hey, as long as you don't make me smell Uranus." *laughs*
Leela: "I don't get it."
Professor: "I'm sorry, Fry, but astronomers renamed Uranus in 2620 to end that stupid joke once and for all."
Fry: "Oh. What's it called now?"
Professor: "Urectum. Here, let me locate it for you."
Fry: "Hehe, no, no, I think I'll just smell around a bit over here."
I'm not a programmer, but this makes sense to me. Leave it for a release or two then delete it if it proves no problems removing it. It allows thoses who are looking for problems in the code to know what has been changed.
I thought compilers removed commented code, so it shouldnt matter if the commented code is there for a while because the compiled exe would not be affected size wise.
Once we had dumb terminals on our desks, and we connected to a mainframe in a floor of a building.
Then we moved to having all the power on our desks, got rid of the mainframes.
Now the mainframe will be in your pocket, and you will use a dumb terminal on any desk to interact with it!
I too have travelled Vietnam. It is a wonderful place, either traditional areas or the resort'ed areas.
I agree that they are the happiest people Ive met, although that is always after they ask the same first question. "Are you American?" (No, Australian) "Good" - Then it is smiles and help all round.