A software tester walks into a bar.
Runs into a bar.
Crawls into a bar.
Dances into a bar.
Flies into a bar.
Jumps into a bar.
a lizard in a beer glass.
A real customer walks into the bar and asks where the bathroom is.
The bar goes up in flames.
When I was young and still learning the ropes, there was just one type of guy: That Guy. The rule was "Don't be That Guy," and in theory, any guy who followed this rule faithfully knew where he stood.
That theory, however, turned out to be inadequate, even naïve. Nowadays, scores of new types of guy are identified every week.
But the rule has remained in place, leading to confusion and error, since no guy can keep track of all the different kinds of guy he's meant to don't be.
A paradigm shift is needed.
I play a game with @ejk where we try to find words that start with a random two letters. I was curious what the top starting letters were so I grabbed a dictionary in SQLite and found out.
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