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Monday June 24, 2002
07:35 PM


[ #5915 ]

Look for "Daily Snapshots" at Python - Frequently Asked Questions for Developers if you don't think we are Python friendly at :-)

In other news then I've had no encounters with the LAPD since last time. :-)

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  • That reminded me of the apartment where we lived for my high school years and first two years of college. A man and his girlfriend and her children moved into the apartment behind us. One night we woke up to a loud, repeated bashing sound. It sounded like something was being thrown up against the wall. A few days later, we noticed the little girl of the family had a broken arm. Not long after, there was a loud screaming argument from that apartment in the middle of the night, with more crashing. We ca

    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • The book the givers and the takers [] has some interesting ideas on how it happens that some people just let way too much abuse go their way.

      Actually, most of the book is about the smaller imbalances that you find in almost all relationships and why they are there (and how on a smaller scale "the giver" is just as manipulating in his or her own way as "the taker").



      -- ask bjoern hansen [], !try; do();