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rain falls where clouds come
sun shines where clouds go
clouds just come and go
-- Florian Gutzwiller
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Rainy days and automatic weapons always get me down.
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Rainy days and Mondays always get me down.
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Raising pet electric eels is gaining a lot of current popularity.
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It is a mistake to let any mechanical object
realise that you are in a hurry.
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RAM wasn't built in a day.
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as in number, predictable.
as in memory access, unpredictable.
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Rarely do people communicate; they just take turns talking.
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Rascal, am I? Take THAT!
-- Errol Flynn
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Rattling around the back of my head is a disturbing image of something I
saw at the airport... Now I'm remembering, those giant piles of computer
magazines right next to "People" and "Time" in the airport store. Does it
bother anyone else that half the world is being told all of our hard-won
secrets of computer technology? Remember how all the lawyers cried foul
when "How to Avoid Probate" was published? Are they taking no-fault
insurance lying down? No way! But at the current rate it won't be long
before there are stacks of the "Transactions on Information Theory" at the
A&P checkout counters. Who's going to be impressed with us electrical
engineers then? Are we, as the saying goes, giving away the store?
-- Robert W. Lucky, IEEE president