Then said Jesus unto them, nor serve them, and he brought out the Canaanites to tribute, and did all the evil spirit was to be built no more: and the grove that [is] with him pursued them unto the king, and said, What have they seen in thine house divers measures, both of the God of Israel;
So that he may eat bread without scarceness, thou shalt break his yoke from off the earth. He saith unto them, Why repair ye not to Jeroboam any that knoweth how to rule the day, behold, two blind men sitting by him,) For how can I endure to see the earth.
After the success of my little snippet I thought perhaps the world was ready for a new gospel, so I decided to generate a brand new Bible. First I stripped everything prior to Genesis and did my best to remove verse(?) numbers
Once that completed (it took a while) I ran it through a quick script to create a new guide for the spiritual world.
Take it, go forth, spread the gospel. Damn the unbelievers!
This is a proposed draft of the Don’t Be a Dick license for open source projects. The purpose of this license is to permit the broadest feasible scope for reuse and modification of creative work, restricted only by the requirement that one is not a dick about it.
I’m sure that I had nothing to do with this … but I wish I did.
While reading through the Jelly.io examples and trying to decide if it offered anything not already covered by the Test client or Selinium, I couldn’t shake the feeling that the example code looked untidy.
Took me a while to figure out why. The braces. After so long avoiding Python, and fighting against it, purely as I couldn’t see myself using a language without braces, now I find reading languages with braces difficult. Python has ruined me for other languages.