Thursday, March 08, 2007

...disassembly language



...because every thing is a bug to somthing else and eventually it will pull the legs off, because it can.

Im sure there was a lesson preached one time by some guy about not doing unto others yada yada yada.

I can see this being practiced on the young apprentice lads at work

So I will change this & not paraphrase.

Don't become the spiteful bullying bastard that made your life hell as a young trainee.


5 comments:

FON said...

I'm with you there - do as you would be done by. Break the pattern and actually learn a lesson instead of repeating the same old shit.

[Although I am concerned about the little sheep, and would like to see it reassembled at a later date. If that is a possibility, of course.]

Becky said...

Gary Larson used to get complaints when he showed violence such as dogs using cats for swingball. The level of violence was far lower than you'd see in a Tom and Jerry cartoon, it's just that as his was a one-frame cartoon, you never got to see the cat being perfectly okay in the next frame, so people got upset!

I feel like FON about the sheep. I need to see another frame of him walking away. :-)

sim said...

out with the plutocracy
...I've just become an interactive democracy....

Then by a vote of two to one the sheep walks

Sort of :O)

OldHorsetailSnake said...

Hah! That's pretty funny. And does anyone draw a better sheep than you do? I don't think so....

FON said...

woo hoo. the sheep lives.

i ain't never seen no purdier sheeps, no sir.

sorry. had a brokeback mountain flash back. i think it's the little knees that i find most affecting. and the droopy noses. and the boots. oh, all of it...