andy: you know which version of firefox i like best?
andy: the one that doesn't crash every day.
amy: i like the one that doesn't hog memory and make me wait 5
minutes for my computer to come out of standby mode
andy: that one is pretty cool, too
amy: i also like the one that pops out puppies and rainbows at every
opportunity. though plays hell with my CPU time.
andy: yeah, i hear the new intel processors have a "generate_puppy"
operand. it takes like 20 cycles to run, though.
amy: admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery.
andy: which step is insulting the bouncer and waking up in a pile of
your own blood and vomit, next to a pile of someone elses?
amy: the part where you join fight club.
amy: wow, this is mindbendingly meta:
andy: yeah, that was strange.
andy: i wonder what she thinks about the article.
amy: clearly CNN needs to report on that, too.
andy: if they don't, they suck.
(when coworker raised a fuss about how hot it was in our development cave)
amy: [coworker] is such a mr. crankypants today
andy: maybe if he was crankyshorts he wouldn't be so crazy.
andy: i sent him this:
amy: you can't see it, but right now i am giving you an internal 2 thumbs up.
amy: oh, and an external one, too
andy: do i really need a "pretty" version i can print out.
amy: yes you do.
andy: hm . . . not seeing it yet . . . staring harder . . .
amy: do you remember the part where my jokes don't make any sense?
amy: just because i use your "your mom joke" shorthand doesn't mean they'll make any more sense.
andy: there are varying levels of "doesn't make sense"
amy: i was referring to printing out a pretty version of your mom in PDF form
amy: GEEZ, get with the game, dude!
amy: please don't throw anything at me.