I love Mozilla

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    I love Mozilla

    I downloaded Mozilla (open source browser) a couple of weeks ago. I had been using Opera, but Mozilla is far better. The Mozilla mail client is fantastic.
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    I like cake.

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    I'm with Glirk on this one.
    If I did your homework for you, then you might pass your class without learning how to write a program like this. Then you might graduate and get your degree without learning how to write a program like this. You might become a professional programmer without knowing how to write a program like this. Someday you might work on a project with me without knowing how to write a program like this. Then I would have to do you serious bodily harm. - Jack Klein

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    I like cake too.

    There are so many different kinds to choose from, though.

    Texas Sheet Cake is by far my favorite out of the chocolate variations.

    Cheese Cake is always a delight.

    Carrot Cake is awesome.

    mmmmmm....cake....
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    I don't want to know how we changed to cake but yes DavidP cheese cake is great and carrot cake but you forgot german Chocolate Cake

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    I just had a ham sandwich with dill pickles, mayo, mustard. : O
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    Mmm, food alltogether is yummy, wish I had some. Wheres the # to the pizza place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glirk Dient
    Mmm, food alltogether is yummy, wish I had some. Wheres the # to the pizza place?
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    The creater of that program deserves an award. No more will we suffer ordering pizza from the pizza guy on their pizza phone.

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    is cake open source?

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    Depends on the cake.

    I wonder what's the equivalent of a hex editor for a cake.
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    All the cakes I made have been open source, and of course, GPL'd.

    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight
    I wonder what's the equivalent of a hex editor for a cake.
    It depends on what part of the cake needs modified. You see, the frosting uses a much different assembly than the rest of the cake. The frosting can be modified simply by the touch of a finger. However, the cake is a little bit different, and requires a tool, like a fork or a spoon. You can sometimes use a finger on the cake, but it tends to get a little messy.

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    wtf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bludstayne
    All the cakes I made have been open source, and of course, GPL'd.


    It depends on what part of the cake needs modified. You see, the frosting uses a much different assembly than the rest of the cake. The frosting can be modified simply by the touch of a finger. However, the cake is a little bit different, and requires a tool, like a fork or a spoon. You can sometimes use a finger on the cake, but it tends to get a little messy.
    Finger on the cake also leaves the cake looking too "southside", and spooks on-looking guests.
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    it really depends on what oven you use to compile your cake i suppose, if you use a really powerful one, your cake is going to be über optimized but dissasembly may prove difficlt. if you use a not very powerful one on the otherhand, your cake is going to be falling apart with debug information bubbles everywhere making a flimsy cake.

    depends on your OS as well. personally i have a set of front teeth backed up by saliva cooled dual molars

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