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Jan 14, 2011
reminds of yrs ago when I had a developer send me an allegedly updated/patched class file - when it didn't fix the bug (or behave differently at all) I MD5'd it and saw she had sent me the same file that was already in the build. when I pointed this out to her ("um, this is the same file - the MD5s are identical") her response was "well, I only changed ONE character in it!". unfortunately, since we were dealing with a still unresolved production problem I couldn't give that the response it deserved...
 
 
Jan 14, 2011
this is a comic strip... not a nudy mag guys.
 
 
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Jan 14, 2011
@Big Al: The punchline was yesterday: I got it and enjoyed it. And, thanks for proving my point (but not for taking me seriously).
 
 
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Jan 14, 2011
Wow, all these posts (engineers, I presume) are still talking about the Pon Farr! (a) It must be the most excitement they've had since Steve Jobs' iPad announcement, & (b) the profession still fails to recognize that if you don't beat a horse to death the first time you discover it, it'll be fresh enough to give you a ride another day.
 
 
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Jan 14, 2011
@ HelmeetElGato To Nerd like Dilbert, a woman experiencing Pon Farr is the same as "Scoring".
 
 
 
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