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Some programming languages manage to absorb change, but withstand
-- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982
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Somebody ought to cross ball point pens with coat hangers so that the
pens will multiply instead of disappear.
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Someone will try to honk your nose today.
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"Sometimes I simply feel that the whole world is a cigarette and I'm
the only ashtray."
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Sometimes I worry about being a success in a mediocre world.
-- Lily Tomlin
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Somewhere, just out of sight, the unicorns are gathering.
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"Somewhere", said Father Vittorini, "did Blake not speak of the
Machineries of Joy? That is, did not God promote environments, then
intimidate these Natures by provoking the existence of flesh, toy men
and women, such as are we all? And thus happily sent forth, at our
best, with good grace and fine wit, on calm noons, in fair climes, are
we not God's Machineries of Joy?"
"If Blake said that", said Father Brian, "he never lived in Dublin."
-- R. Bradbury, "The Machineries of Joy"
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Song Title of the Week:
"They're putting dimes in the hole in my head to see the change
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Sooner or later you must pay for your sins. (Those who have already
paid may disregard this fortune).
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Sorry. I forget what I was going to say.