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Re: I'm currently at/in

by mexnix (Pilgrim)
on Jun 15, 2001 at 00:31 UTC ( #88611=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to I'm currently at/in

Matt Foley: Now, young man, what do you want to do with your life?
Brian: (nervous) I.. actually, Matt.. I kinda wanna be a perl programmer..
Matt Foley: We-e-e-elll.. la-de-freakin'-da! We've got ourselves a programmer here! ( jumps across the room ) Hey, Dad, I can't see real good.. ( lifts his glasses off and on his face ) that Larry Wall over there?
Dad: Well, actually, Matt.. Ellen and I have encouraged Brian in his programming.
Matt Foley: Dad, I wish you could just shut your big yapper! ( stumbles back across the room ) Now, I wonder.. Brian, from what I've heard, you're using your ORA books, not for "Learning Perl Programming", but for rolling doobies!! You're gonna be doing a lot of doobie-rolling when you're living in a van down by the river!

I could have done better, but I just wanted to do it...
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Re: Re: I'm currently at/in
by Eldera (Initiate) on Jun 21, 2001 at 23:15 UTC
    i'm currently locked in a room @ 60 degrees... in shorts... my only co-worker/boss three feet from me... beating my head in over the fact that i "suck" and he doesn't "suck" @ admin however... he always has me doing the coding........? never the less, i can say i'm currently in my frozen hell looking for wisdom and solice from the perl monks... but i do have a sunblade 1000 to play with ;-) with 1gb ram and two 750s in command... got to find some.. thing worth to make this job worht it.

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