How coding in Python is bad for you

alister alister.ware at ntlworld.com
Tue Jan 24 11:03:45 EST 2017


On Tue, 24 Jan 2017 14:28:55 +0000, Jon Ribbens wrote:

> On 2017-01-24, alister <alister.ware at ntlworld.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:39:26 +0000, Jon Ribbens wrote:
>>> That's a meaningless statement. *Everything* is a poison in sufficient
>>> quantities.
>>
>> indees when I here someone saying "I won't have any xyz because they
>> have heard that too much is bad for them" I invariably inform them that
>> too much oxygen is poisonous & challenge then to cut that out
>> completely :-)
> 
> Just wait until they find out that raw fruit and vegetables contain
> hundreds of chemicals!

then send them of to one of the sitre relating to Di-Hydrogen Monoxide...

I know of one organic food producer that has even tried to deny the use 
the stuff ;-)



-- 
AP/STT.  Helsinki, Dec 5th, 6:22 AM.  For immediate release.

In order to allay fears about the continuity of the Linux project, Linus
Torvalds together with his manager Tove Monni have released "Linus
v2.0", affectionately known as "Kernel Hacker - The Next Generation".

Linux stock prices on Wall Street rose sharply after the announcement;
as one well-known analyst who wishes to remain anonymous says - "It
shows a long-term commitment, and while we expect a short-term decrease
in productivity, we feel that this solidifies the development in the
long run".

Other analysts downplay the importance of the event, and claim that just
about anybody could have done it.  "I'm glad somebody finally told them
about the birds and the bees" one sceptic comments cryptically.  But
even the skeptics agree that it is an interesting turn of events.

Others bring up other issues with the new version - "I'm especially
intrigued by the fact that the new version is female, and look forward
to seeing what the impact of that will be on future development.  Will
"Red Hat Linux" change to "Pink Hat Linux", for example?"
	-- Linus Torvalds announcing that he became father of a girl


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