Isn't that what I said? Give or take. The paper is important.Isn't it 'he worked it out with a pencil'?
I'm only telling it the way I heard it back in 1974 or so. Worked for me.Not as important as the rhythm of the punchline,
I don't have time to pay attention to any of that. I've got this bloody cat to look after.Wouldn’t it be great not to worry about the holiday we can't afford, the car we don’t need, or the body we don’t have?
Heater wrote:I don't have time to pay attention to any of that. I've got this bloody cat to look after.
That's an incredibly subtle comment that took a while to sink in. The original users of the tip, ring and sleeve (TRS) plugs to connect calls were usually women.Heater wrote:... As were the original network switches and routers.
They've got a working one complete with some loop-disconnect handsets the the visitors can dial at the Science Museum, Exhibition Rd, South Kensington.Heater wrote: Where did they all go? I have never seen one up close. They don't turn up in surplus stores or ebay.
One of them was my mother, in Liverpool during WW11.DougieLawson wrote:The original users of the tip, ring and sleeve (TRS) plugs to connect calls were usually women.
Which is why I posted it here, rather than in a serious thread. FWIW, I can't see any problem with the last example, but 'fooNaN'? that's crazy.Heater wrote:Old jokes are the best.
Everyone likes to poke fun at JS by dredging up those examples. In practice they rarely cause a problem.
And, well, every programming language has it's jokes.