Trying to think of programming aphorisms. Got one or two so far:
"As stupid as writing an interrupt handler in Prolog"
"As fast as a Pentium IV running MS-DOS 6.0"
"As scary as a run time error at 30,000 feet"
Any ideas folks?
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