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Update: CowboyNeal.

Which would you rather give up:

  • CowboyNeal
  • Perl
  • ,
  • mustard,
  • or DVD's?

Before Perl, I coded mostly in:

  • Pascal,
  • VB,
  • C,
  • Cobol,
  • Basic,
  • Klingon

When I code, I listen primarily to:

  • CowboyNeal
  • Rock,
  • Pop,
  • Techno
  • Rap,
  • R&B,
  • Oldies,
  • Classical,
  • "Alternative",
  • Kenny G. Rules!,
  • The little voice sings for me.

My job is:

  • full of Perl Monks,
  • Perl Friendly,
  • Perl Hostile
  • Perl Bailey?

Right now, my boss thinks that I'm:

  • CowboyNeal
  • coding,
  • documenting,
  • doing a status report,
  • which boss?,
  • working late..mmm kay?

My primary O/S is:

  • Unix,
  • Linux,
  • BeOs,
  • *BSD
  • Windows,
  • OS/2
  • DOS
  • I wrote my own O/S

I use a:

  • PC
  • Mac
  • Dumb terminal
  • C64
  • Timex Sinclair
  • Rock and stick make noise

Computers have:

  • Made me socially inept
  • Brought me out of my shell a little
  • Made me the HIT of my office
  • given me access to more military plans than I thought imaginable
  • Made me a porn star!

-OzzyOsbourne


In reply to Re: poll ideas quest by OzzyOsbourne
in thread poll ideas quest by vroom

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