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An elusive creature living in a program that makes it incorrect.
The activity of "debugging", or removing bugs from a program, ends
when people get tired of doing it, not when the bugs are removed.
-- "Datamation", January 15, 1984
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Build a system that even a fool can use
and only a fool will want to use it.
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Building translators is good clean fun.
-- T. Cheatham
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Bullwinkle: You just leave that to my pal. He's the brains of the outfit.
General: What does that make YOU?
Bullwinkle: What else? An executive.
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All the parts falling off this car are
of the very finest British manufacture.
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You cannot buy beer; you can only rent it.
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The obsessive act of opening and closing a refrigerator door in
an attempt to catch it before the automatic light comes on.
-- "Sniglets", Rich Hall & Friends
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Bureau Termination, Law of:
When a government bureau is scheduled to be phased out,
the number of employees in that bureau will double within
12 months after the decision is made.
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A method for transforming energy into solid waste.
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A politician who has tenure.