Very nice _why. I like reading your sites often. My
favorite topic is "bread man". Your guide is most
excellent, keep it up :) 

--dross

--- why the lucky stiff
<ruby-talk / whytheluckystiff.net> wrote:

> Beloved friends and key witnesses: Holy highkick! I
> (at last) present
> chapter five!
> 
> Fifty-two pages of spooky new adventures in Ruby. 
> This is a big one
> for me: the book is now halfway.  And I guarantee to
> you that -- should
> you read -- you will be in a new place, wading in
> the schemings of pygmy
> elephants and deer with powdered wigs.
> 
> Travel now and read: http://poignantguide.net/ruby/
> 
> What is the (Poignant) Guide?  I am here to tell you
> that it is a very
> obscure book, a minor ripple in the orchestrations
> of mankind, a
> scattered amalgamation of inky blotches and
> ridiculous code fragments --
> at best -- a transcription of animal software from
> the original
> woodblock prints.  And I haven't meant to corrupt
> the text with my
> snivelling biographies, but it has happened already,
> what can be
> done?
> 
> A printable HTML version is available as well. 
> You'll find a link to it
> and instructions for printing in Firefox at the
> Guide's site.  Be aware,
> it's large as a squirrel heaven.  Let it load, let
> it.
> 
> Well, cheerio.  Thankyou to Matz for his excellent
> resource "Ruby in a
> Nutshell".  It's the employee handbook here at the
> plant.
> 
> _why
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 



		
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