And the users exclaimed with a laugh and a taunt: "It's just what we asked for but not what we want."
I remembered another one.
"With great power comes great responsibility."
I'm not sure where that came from.
My favourite quote was by Winston Churchill. In the house of commons, Lady Astor turns to him and says, "Sir, if you were my husband, I would put poison in your coffee". Right off the cuff he replies, "Madam, if you were my wife...I would drink it". BURN. And as Robin Williams would say "For those of you not in the know, the House of Commons is like Congress with a two-drink minimum - crazy place. Not only do you yell at the oppossition, but they yell back!" (He then gave an example, but it is too rude to type here. But you can find his standup stuff in 10 parts on Youtube).
[SIZE=-1]It has been shown in laboratory studies that the average chimpanzee can, with Visual Basic, create a new program which exploits some security hole in Microsoft Outlook within 10-15 minutes of random clicking on pictures. Your results may vary, depending on whether you have learned to use your opposable thumbs. (Visual Basic)[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Assembler programmer's song
Every bit is sacred, Every bit is right.[/SIZE]
If a bit is wasted, I can't sleep at night.
Every bit is gorgeous, Every bit is free.
Admire the shape it forges, In hex and BCD!
[SIZE=-1]Historically, languages designed for other people to use have been bad: Cobol, PL/I, Pascal, Ada, C++. The good languages have been those that were designed for their own creators: C, Perl, Smalltalk, Lisp. (Paul Graham)[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]He who hasn't hacked assembly language as a youth has no heart. He who does as an adult has no brain. (John Moore)[/SIZE]
"I object to all this sex on the television...I mean, I keep falling off!"~Monty Python's Graham Chapman (dressed in drag, FYI)
...Just stare at that until you understand. If it takes more than a minute, you don't belong in this class."Define recursion: