Random Thoughts: Programming People and Feminism

Posted on April 9, 2014 9:00 am

Reportedly, it took God billions of years tinkering around with programming before he finally got a creature to say, “Hello world.”

No, wait, it was just six days. Bet He did most of it on the fifth day’s night, too.

How do you tell if your baby is putting his mouth on everything out of curiosity or if he has rabies and is attacking everything?

“I would theoretically treat a woman with respect if one would ever talk to me.”

Sorry, but I need sammiches more than I need feminism.

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8 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Programming People and Feminism”

  1. Oppo says:

    Hey, Frank, Harvey, Basil, et al.: Why waste time here? — here’s where the big $$$ are!

    NBC asks viewers for better sitcom ideas
    Entertainment Weekly | April 8, 2014 | James Hibbert

    The broadcast network announced “an unprecedented effort to discover fresh comedic voices” on Tuesday by launching a national campaign offering aspiring comedy writers from around the country the chance to pitch their sitcom ideas.

    The downside: having to attend NBC staff parties.

  2. Jimmy says:

    “Reportedly, it took God billions of years tinkering around with programming before he finally got a creature to say, “Hello world.””

    Billions and billions – and only because he kept wiping himself out with cataclysms.

    And now, it’s “Hello, Grandson!”

  3. Jimmy says:

    Nooooooooooo!

    The Bacon Shortage Is Coming!

    Note the author’s last name. :-)

  4. AT says:

    I’ll bet that feminist-needer spent a lot of time in gym lockers growing up.

  5. FredKey says:

    I hate bullying, but for the feminist-needer guy I would make an exception.

  6. Fly says:

    Gender Bias #53: I open the door for women but not for men. #ineedfeminism

  7. Jimmy says:

    What real women do is truly amazing.

    What Feminists do, not so much.

  8. zzyzx says:

    The guy in the pic can be summed up in one word…geek.

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