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A little inaccuracy saves a world of explanation.
-- C.E. Ayres
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A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation.
-- H.H. Munro, "Saki"
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A little kid went up to Santa and asked him, "Santa, you know when I'm bad
right?" And Santa says, "Yes, I do." The little kid then asks, "And you
know when I'm sleeping?" To which Santa replies, "Every minute." So the
little kid then says, "Well, if you know when I'm bad and when I'm good,
then how come you don't know what I want for Christmas?"
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A little retrospection shows that although many fine, useful software systems
have been designed by committees and built as part of multipart projects,
those software systems that have excited passionate fans are those that are
the products of one or a few designing minds, great designers. Consider Unix,
APL, Pascal, Modula, the Smalltalk interface, even Fortran; and contrast them
with Cobol, PL/I, Algol, MVS/370, and MS-DOS.
-- Fred Brooks
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A little word of doubtful number,
A foe to rest and peaceful slumber.
If you add an "s" to this,
Great is the metamorphosis.
Plural is plural now no more,
And sweet what bitter was before.
What am I?
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A log may float in a river, but that does not make it a crocodile.
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A long memory is the most subversive idea in America.
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A long-forgotten loved one will appear soon.
Buy the negatives at any price.
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A lost ounce of gold may be found, a lost moment of time never.
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A lot of people are afraid of heights. Not me. I'm afraid of widths.
-- Steve Wright