James Edward Gray II:
> On Oct 5, 2005, at 1:51 AM, Dave Burt wrote:
>
>> I set up a LISPy environment and copied the LISP code as closely as
>> possible, using Ruby procs, arrays and strings.
>
> class Array
>   def inspect  # (JUST FOR FUN, MAKE ARRAYS LOOK LIKE LISP LISTS)
>     '(' + map{|x| x.upcase }.join(" ") + ')'
>   end
> end
>
> That cracked me up!  ;)

["i", "had", "had", "enough", "of", "this"]

and something was lacking in the obvious presentation,

(AND THIS MADE ME FEEL BETTER ABOUT ALL THE RUBY SYNTAX I'D BEEN ABUSING)

Thanks for reading my horrid code, James - too many lists and first-class 
functions for my taste :)

Dave