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Quote of the Moment
The use of COBOL cripples the mind; its teaching should, therefore, be regarded as a criminal offense.
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Ugh, today's kids are forgetting the old-fashioned art of absentmindedly reading the same half-page of a book over and over and then letting your attention wander and picking up another book.
What the Duck
WHY DO WE SAY "NEAR MISS" WHEN THEY'RE REALLY A "NEAR HIT": because there are many types of misses. you can miss something by a little ("a near miss") or by a lot ("a far miss"). if you DON'T want to be hitting something, a near miss is obviously more dangerous than a far one. in contrast, when dealing with bombs, a "near miss" of a target is better than a far miss because while you didn't hit the mark, it may have still been damaged by the explosion.
Abstruse Goose | The Sudokomic Game
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This is the best I could do on short notice.
Cyanide & Happiness
Euro Exchange Rate
|Swiss Franc (CHF)||2014-08-22||1 € = 1.21000 Fr.||0.82645 € = 1 Fr.|
|British Pound Sterling (GBP)||2014-08-22||1 € = 0.80030 £||1.24953 € = 1 £|
|Japanese Yen (JPY)||2014-08-22||1 € = 137.70000 ¥||0.00726 € = 1 ¥|
|Swedish Krona (SEK)||2014-08-22||1 € = 9.15320 kr||0.10925 € = 1 kr|
|US-Dollar (USD)||2014-08-22||1 € = 1.32670 $||0.75375 € = 1 $|