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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Today's xkcd really cracked me up because, really, how many people are going to get this? We are special, us Ranchers.

http://xkcd.com/835/

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Neat!


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Very funny
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This could start a whole x-mas theme...

- kids queued up to see santa
- lists of presents

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threads of tinsel
strings of lights

and of course

requests to Santa


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The first thing I did yesterday at work was print this out and post it on my cube wall. This only (further) established me as a geek to my colleagues.


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I'm kinda disappointed that it's not a balanced tree. There are two nodes with a difference between the depths of their right and left subtrees of 2 or more.

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Ryan McGuire wrote:I'm kinda disappointed that it's not a balanced tree. There are two nodes with a difference between the depths of their right and left subtrees of 2 or more.


That's normal for a red-green tree.
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Loved it. Thanks EFH.


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Christmas Eve too:

http://xkcd.com/838/

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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Christmas Eve too:

http://xkcd.com/838/



Yeah that one cracked me up !


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