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Whenever a programmer thinks, "Hey, skins, what a cool idea", their computer's speakers should create some sort of knife-shaped soundwave and plunge it repeatedly through their skulls (editted for taste)

Wizards: Do most people not want to bother learning how to do things and prefer to spend their life clicking "next"?

To start the car, click Next. To accellerate, click Next. Please choose your next option: Left, Right, Break.

/me shields eyes from burnage

The point is, do you learn to do something well, quickly, efficiently, powerfully, or do you just click Next a lot.

 is a RISC OS Usermavhc on 2/3/04 3:41PM
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