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Contrast on the Road
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From: (Anonymous) Date: August 24th, 2004 05:10 pm (UTC) (Link)

vanity plates

BEGLGUY



I almost wonder if there are only a handful of people in the world who can read/decipher/understand cryptic messages? Maybe it just us programmers who either were used to short code or were in school when the 'hot' new language was c+ ? ;)

Hey btw, a little bit of credit goes out to you on this one, but I think I'm gonna add ejb/j2se to my repetuar(s?). =) I'm really diggin the fact of Macromedia Flash can attach xml to a backend (with both data & event driven classes/methods), with a GUI front end, but I'm not so diggin the fact it's an interpreted language and the entire code base is exposed in every swf. I don't know much about java just yet, but what I know from jscript and the dom models, I have hope that something out there allows all the OOP power to be attached to any graphic element that is treated as just another object with methods/callbacks/properties etc. But just doesn't allow all those intelectual man hours to be swiped by someone else ;)

But as for my plate, it seams rather obvious to be, should be even more obvious to a lot more people living in Michigan seeing this is a hunting state. In either case I'm getting just a little tired of being asked, "what the hell is a beggle?"

Maybe I should put a gigantic vinyl graphic sticker on the back glass something like this with gigantic letters on the bottom:

This is a friggin' beggle

Btw, be sure to post or even let me know how the lasik thing goes, I've been interested too... and while I can make out a fuzzy white square, I'm not much better at being able to make out fuzzy black splotches. I've heard though that with some people it can dry out your eyes.


MJP
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