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   ADA is the COBOL of the 80's
   Assembly was the first against the wall when the revolution came--COBOL's next
   C code.  C code run.  Run, code, run!
   `C' combines the flexibility of assembly language with the power of assembly language
   C is not a language--c is 1.802 furlongs per fortnight
   The C Team--I love it when a program comes together
   C++--It's still only average
   C++ Where only your friends can access your private parts
   COBOL is just a bug with syntax
   COBOL is the next best thing to coding it in binary
   COBOL programs are an example of artificial inelegance
   COBOL sucks, Pascal bytes, and assembly is a bits!
   dBase is the non-programming language in which non-programmers write non-programs   
   #define sysop GOD  #define reality NULL
   God is real unless declared integer
   I <turtle drawing heart> logo
   I studied COBOL in college, but I didn't compile
   If C++ is your hammer, everything gets to look like a thumb
   If it weren't for C, we'd be using BASI, PASAL, and OBOL
   Is PL/1 Batchrian or dromedary?
   Life is not in C major, it's in C++
   LISP is a recursive language--first you curse, then you recurse
   LISP is like a finely choreographed ballet.  Ada is like a waltz of drugged elephants.  C is like a sword-dance on a freshly waxed floor.
   MUMPS!  The 3 1/2 generation language!  Everything is a string!  All data is accessed locally!  Use code as data as code as data...
   One of the main causes of the decline of the Roman Empire was that, lacking zero, they had no way to indicate successful termination of their C programs
   Read my LISP--no new syntaxes
   Shakespearian logic <with 2B and ^2B leading into an or gate>
   This button has been brought to you by the language 'C' and the letter 'F'
   This button has been brought to you by the language C and the number F
   Those whom the gods would destroy, they first teach BASIC
   YOU can help wipe out COBOL in our lifetime
   Python is executable pseudocode.  Perl is executable line noise.
   What does your name do in TECO?   
   Object-oriented COBOL: ADD ONE TO COBOL   

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