Valley Jokes

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    I wish I knew who came up with this one! I skewers elements of the famous "San Francisco" culture...
    Zelda and Jane were given a rottweiler at their commitment ceremony. If their dog needs to be walked two miles a day and they walk at a rate of 3/4 mile per hour, how much time will they spend discussing their relationship in public?
    Michael has two abusive stepfathers and an alcoholic mother. If his self-esteem is reduced by 20% per dysfunctional parent, but Michael feels 3% better for every person he denigrates, how long will it take before he's ready to go home if 1 person walks by the cafe every 2 minutes?
    Sanjeev has 7 piercings. If the likelihood of getting cellulitis on any given day is 10% per piercing, what is the likelihood Sanjeev will need to renew his erythromycin prescription during the next week?
    Chad wants to take half a pound of pot to Orinda and sell it at a 20% profit. If it originally cost him $1,500 in food stamps, how much should Nicole more...

    Auburn Police
    23400 block, 102nd Place Southeast - A woman reported that someone stole mail from her condo and, when she was gone, entered the place to tie her shoelaces together, tilt pictures on the walls and take snaps from her clothing. There had been no forced entries. No arrests were made. (May 30)
    Renton Police
    3000 block, Southeast Royal Hills Drive - A 5-year-old boy threatened a 6-year-old boy with a steak knife, saying he would kill the other boy unless he agreed to come out and play. Officers arrived and took the knife, and no charges were filed due to the ages of the boys. (May 26)
    Maple Valley Precinct
    67200 Maple Valley-Black Diamond Highway - A Maple Valley man told police somebody broke into his house, carried a few items outside onto the lawn and set them on fire. (June 1)
    Green River Community College - Campus security detained two young men prowling cars in the parking lot. One youth, estimated to be about 16, fled, but an 18-year-old was more...

    Silicon Valley Mottos:
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    W I N N E R
    Where quality is Job One-Point-One
    Maurice Herlihy

    H O N O R A B L E __M E N T I O N S

    ''It Compiles. Ship It''
    Doug Sheppard

    Artificial intelligence-when you just can't get the real thing
    Nancy Ott

    Sleep is for the weak
    Robert Zazueta

    I came, I saw, IPO
    Andy Halushka

    Go Public or Perish
    John R. Wodziak

    If at first you don't succeed, go for a second round
    Rex Hill

    Where the world comes to pay more for housing
    Dana Spradley

    Give me your contract-hired, your poor-before, your not-so-subtle badasses
    Kimberly Green

    Spinning sand into gold
    Sue Clark

    Lies, damned lies, and market caps
    Alex Strasheim

    Silicon Valley: commute, compute, commute
    David Kenney

    Come for the overtaxing work environment, stay for the more...

    God said, "Go down into that valley."

    And Adam said, "What's a valley?" and God explained it to him.

    Then God said, "Cross the river"

    And Adam said "What's a river?" and God explained it to him.

    And then God said, "Go over the hill."

    And Adam said, "What's a hill?" and God explained it to him.

    Then God told Adam, "On the other side of the hill, you will find a cave."

    And Adam said, "What's a cave?" And God explained that to him.

    "In the cave you will find a woman."

    And Adam said, "What's a woman?"

    So God explained that to him, and said, "I want you to reproduce."

    And Adam said, "How do I do that?" So God explained it to him.

    So off went Adam, down into the valley, across the river, and over the hill, and into the cave, and found the more...

    Less-Known Computer Languages Basic-Fortran-Cobol... Theseprogramming languages are wellknown and (more or less) wellloved throughout the computerindustry.There are numerous otherlanguages however that are lesswell known yet still have ardentdevotees. In fact these little-known languages generallyhave the most fanatic admirers.For those who wish to know moreabout these obscure languages -and why they are obscure - Ipresent the following catalog.SIMPLE... SIMPLE is an acronymfor Sheer Idiot's Mono PurposeProgramming LingusiticEnvironment.This language developed at theHanover College for TechnologicalMisfits was designed to make itimpossible to write code witherrors in it. The statements aretherefore confined to BEGIN-END-and STOP. No matter how youarrange the statements you can'tmake a syntax error.Programs written in SIMPLE donothing useful.Thus they achievethe results of programs writtenin other languages without thetedious frustrating process oftesting and debugging.SLOBOL... SLOBOL more...

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