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Real Users hate Real Programmers.
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Real Users know your home telephone number.
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Real Users never know what they want, but they always know when your
program doesn't deliver it.
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Real Users never use the Help key.
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Real World, The n.:
1. In programming, those institutions at which programming may
be used in the same sentence as FORTRAN, COBOL, RPG, IBM, etc. 2. To
programmers, the location of non-programmers and activities not related
to programming. 3. A universe in which the standard dress is shirt and
tie and in which a person's working hours are defined as 9 to 5. 4.
The location of the status quo. 5. Anywhere outside a university.
"Poor fellow, he's left MIT and gone into the real world." Used
pejoratively by those not in residence there. In conversation, talking
of someone who has entered the real world is not unlike talking about a
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Reality is a cop-out for people who can't handle drugs.
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Reality is an obstacle to hallucination.
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Reality is bad enough, why should I tell the truth?
-- Patrick Sky
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Reality is for people who lack imagination.
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Reality is for those who can't face Science Fiction.