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Breaking an old habit

Okay, maybe if I type lines as punishment, like we did in first grade, I'll break this dumb habit. And I'm not going to cheat with Copy'n Paste either.

I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.
I will stop opening an XML file in a plain text editor.


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badkarma_05
Oct. 15th, 2001 10:48 am (UTC)
Pish Posh, you "Cut 'N Pasted"... I just know it!
bride
Oct. 15th, 2001 11:22 am (UTC)
I didn't! Honest!
*innocent look* 8|
badkarma_05
Oct. 15th, 2001 12:45 pm (UTC)
Ya, ya, ya... tell it to the judge. I know a habitual "Cut 'N Paster" when I see one. Okay Fitzy, lock 'er up!
bride
Oct. 15th, 2001 01:38 pm (UTC)
Fitzy?
Why does that sound vaguely familiar?
badkarma_05
Oct. 15th, 2001 02:24 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy?
There are two quintessential Irish guys… “Fitzy” (Fitzgerald) and “Sully” (Sullivan). If there is ever a brawl in an Irish pub, it will inevitably involve two guys named Fitzy and Sully… and probably someone’s sister, Kathleen. Now, there are only two true occupations for the Irish, farmer and policeman. So you see, if you’re being locked up for habitual “Cut ‘N Pasting” it follows that your jailer will be a guy named Fitzy. See?
bride
Oct. 15th, 2001 02:31 pm (UTC)
Fitzy and Sully
Hmmm... okay.

Now that you mention "Sully" though, I think Fitzy and Sully are those two construction worker muppets on Sesame Street =D

Fitzy was a jaded, crusty bluecollar with a Brooklyn accent and Sully never spoke but gestured a lot with facial and body expressions. They were The Original Jay and Silent Bob. =)
badkarma_05
Oct. 15th, 2001 02:40 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy and Sully
Two muppet construction workers on Sesame Street? You're blowing my entire ethnic identity straight to hell... STRAIGTHT TO HELL!
bride
Oct. 15th, 2001 02:44 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy and Sully
Well... at least they _were_ Wee Folk, afterall =) =) =)

*running behind screen door and locking it* =)
badkarma_05
Oct. 15th, 2001 02:57 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy and Sully
Why do you hate me?
bride
Oct. 15th, 2001 03:01 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy and Sully
No, that's just so I don't get a banana cream pie in my face =D
mayna
Oct. 15th, 2001 05:12 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy and Sully
OMG I think you're right. how did you remember such a thing like that? Wonder if Kevin Smith watched Sesame Street. I used to watch SS 3x a day and I didn't remember that...
bride
Oct. 15th, 2001 05:14 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy and Sully
It's easy when you have no life =D
badkarma_05
Oct. 15th, 2001 06:36 pm (UTC)
Re: Fitzy and Sully
Oh, for heavens sake... don't encourage her!
xinit
Oct. 15th, 2001 01:07 pm (UTC)
That should read "I will not open anything using NOTEPAD" likely... Ultraedit shouldn't be problematic though.... :shrug:
bride
Oct. 15th, 2001 01:36 pm (UTC)
I am using UltraEdit, but I should be using Stylus Studio for XML manipulation. Much better for the thousands of lines of XML I deal with and figuring out where I missed a measly closing tag. I'm just too used to pulling up XML in a plain text editor... =P
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