Young Buddhist monks in flight training school. :)
If for some reason you want a Covfefe coffee mug, here you go.
“How to write ‘Hello, world’ in Haskell.” This was even more humorous this morning when I saw it shared on Twitter by someone who is recruiting Haskell developers.
“President’s spokesman can’t speak for the President.” *sigh*
Nice slogan. :)
My Indian name is “Runs With Beer.” (A t-shirt I found in Santa Fe, New Mexico.)
*Magneto flapping his wrist frantically, trying to shake loose a fork stuck to his hand*
Dr. Foreman: The kid was just taking his calculus exam when all of a sudden he got nauseous and disoriented.
Dr. House: That’s the way calculus presents.
Zen koans often turn into humorous Abbott & Costello skits. For those new to Zen, the “It would be better if you died” reference just means that you should meditate like you’re in your coffin, which is further embodied in the Zen phrase, “Dead men have no desire.” (As long as you have desire, Zen will keep its distance from you.)