Sounds like a good day at work, if all you hear is enough to
make even Andrew Dice Clay blush. I tend to yell at my code
when it makes me spend an hour hunting down trivial stuff.
More often, though, I suggest unusual punishment to my boxen
when they start to act up.
One time, I did find myself having to backtrack on the
threat. I was working on a Win2K box at home, and I told it
that if it didn't start doing what I expected, I'd install
Linux onto it. At which point, I realized that the hardware
probably would love that, and I should really be addressing
ALL HAIL BRAK!!!
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