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and those who know binary?...


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Bert Bates wrote:and those who know binary?...

Those ones are from the 10 types


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Bert Bates wrote:and those who know binary?...

You are of the second type.


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Jesper de Jong wrote:
Bert Bates wrote:and those who know binary?...

You are of the second type.

So am I, it seems. I needed to read this to get the joke. I got distracted by the professor cat.
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Oh wait, I meant you are of the first type, because obviously you can.
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well the obvious answer is:
and those who can't.


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Randall, you're also of the first type
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Finishing obvious sentences is now extrapolating?
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Jessica Margarate wrote:Finishing obvious sentences is now extrapolating?

Yes. In a trivial way, but yes.
 
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