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Fri Jan 30 22:02:47 GMT 2009
No, sir, I kindly ask that we do continue this discussion off list, so
that I may pounce on your so called "Theology" knowledge and whatnot.
No, sire, I do not need such things as "knowledge" and experience,
because I know deep, deep, way deep down that my religion is right and
every other religion is wrong. Therefore, I will say, respectfully of
course, that the answer to how many angels fit in an wp_init action is
zero, nada, because Angels do not exist.
Only Satan, Matt, and the Flying Spaghetti Monster exist. All other
abnormities, religious constructs, and paranormal are like the Big Foot,
they just don't exist no matter how often so drunk guy out in the woods
The verdict is still out on whether WordPress actually exists, or is
some otherworldly fivth dimension being, locked in eternal conflict with
he-who-must-not-be-named (aka Habari).
* Well, since PHP5 discussion is completely irrelevant, we might as well
have fun with it. Right? See reason 2 in the Against list. Also, the
answer is still zero.
Joost de Valk wrote:
> as a former Theology student, I'll ask you kindly not to go into this
> discussion with me, before you know it, we'll be discussing how many
> angels fit on an wp_init action :)
> On Jan 30, 2009, at 10:15 PM, Jacob Santos wrote:
>> Blasphemy! You sir have insulted my religion and I demand an apology.
>> There is no evidence to the contrary that Matt Mullenweg is not
>> currently God , therefore I reserve the right to believe him to be
>> so. Just like you can neither disprove Christianity (nor prove it for
>> that matter either).
>> Also, I kind of killed a few goats and kind of drank their blood, so
>> like, um, I'll feel really stupid if Matt wasn't God. (Hail Satan!)
>> Jacob Santos
>>  His saying to the contrary of himself being god doesn't not prove
>> that he is not god.
>> Joost de Valk wrote:
>>> OMG, did I really start this? :)
>>> My perspective: Matt isn't god, but he decides in these matters, I
>>> just want to hear his verdict :)
>>> On Jan 30, 2009, at 10:06 PM, Jacob Santos wrote:
>>>> Lets list the reasons for and against going PHP5:
>>>> 1. Matt Mullenweg be hating PHP5 and he be the God. (Hail Satan!)
>>>> 2. It would leave out 40% of current users (from last posted
>>>> statistics from last year).
>>>> 3. Did I mention Matt Mullenweg not liking PHP5? Okay, good.
>>>> 1. PHP5 is faster than PHP4 (Most benchmarks of PHP 5.2.x show
>>>> considerable improvement, PHP5.3 is so much faster than PHP4, that
>>>> they didn't even attempt to compare it).
>>>> 2. PHP5 has PDO, and mysqli.
>>>> 3. PHP5.3 has namespaces!
>>>> 4. PHP5.3 has closures! No more create_function nonsense, you'll be
>>>> able to actually create a real lambda and closure for usage in
>>>> 5. PHP5 has better object oriented support, re: visibility, true
>>>> static methods and members, class constants.
>>>> 6. PHP5 has OO chaining: $obj->this()->shit()->is()->awesome();
>>>> 7. Actually being worked on actively (PHP4 is EOL early last year
>>>> and no updates for about 8 months now).
>>>> So I mean, supporting PHP4 only really has one reason for going for
>>>> it and PHP5 has many reason!
>>>> Jacob Santos
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