They're not, we have some good conversations, the difference is that people think we're some kind of technobabble only, they should come to this board and look that we're not only computers (well, at least computers consume no less than 90% of our time)
>WARNING: DO NOT RUN THIS CODE. IT IS A NEVER ENDING LOOP!
if that's the general consensus then you can count me out... let's not all think that now...
oh, and i find it keen ('keen' (c) me here now... remember commander keen?) that we all knew what the wildcard asterisk meant in aran's phrase inclusion... are we that far into this? jargon.... jargon i tells ya!!! argh! [and argv and argc too!]
> furthermore, Tony Slattery owns the world.
>Because the average programmer can't talk about more than his motherboard...
Heh, my friend that does tech support for MSU thinks he knows all sees all - he proves that just by religiously reading slashdot you can sound like you know stuff and not even know wtf a compiler is or does.