Honestly, both are excellent text editors. I, like most programmers, use the one that was favored at my university. Not because it was necessarily better, but because lots of other people used it and helped me get over the learning curve. I still use VIM today on every operating system I use or am forced to use.
Interesting. At my school, emacs was the editor of choice, and I still ended up using vim.
Not a problem for me.
I use it on almost every Unix-Like system I work on.
Almost? What kind of a vim user are you!?
I don't get it. If congress can't set a federal drinking age how can they outlaw drugs? If the feds needed a constitutional amendment to prohibit alcohol how come one wasn't needed for the war on drugs?
Little known fact: The constitution was repealed by FDR shortly after Pearl Harbor. Prohibition was before, the war on drugs was after.
This obviously means that we are going to need better technology. We'll need technology that will be able to give us a full color representation of your completely nude body, but only if you're a hot chick. - Your Friendly local TSA Agent
Even better, implement beer goggle technology into these full body scanners, so no matter how the passenger really looks, the TSA agent will never need eye bleach at the end of his or her shift.
How about reverse beer goggles. No matter how hot the people going through the scanner are, the agents that see the scans will want to gouge their eyes out with a spoon.
...Is a blue-eyed-Jesus supported Biblically?
No. Just like the devil's pitchfork that started this all. Not to mention large chunks of the remainder of christian beliefs. But when has that ever stood in the way of christians believing what they want?
"The eleventh commandment was `Thou Shalt Compute' or `Thou Shalt Not Compute' -- I forget which." -- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982