Glitches quotes

  • I only buy a computer when it's two years old, after the glitches have been worked out.
    -- Felix Dennis

    #Years #Two Year Olds #Glitches

  • I like searching for the collision detection boundaries, finding invincibility glitches, and purposefully doing other stuff that normal players aren't supposed to do. In order words, I'm a bug checker.
    -- Hidetaka Suehiro

    #Player #Order #Glitches

  • I've noticed that just about every time I find a large program with known glitches that no one seems able to fix, that program is written in C and is likely written by a programming team in a remote location.
    -- Jerry Pournelle

    #Team #Glitches #Able

  • Peace and harmony do not require perfection. Thank goodness for that—because life so often seems to be an itch here, a glitch there, a mess waiting to happen. Harmony is flexible. It bends with imperfection. So should you.
    -- Jerry Spinelli

    #Perfection #Waiting #Glitches

  • You tellin' me people don't look at Kanye West like the Glitch.
    -- Kanye West

    #People #Glitches #Looks

  • I've learned that a family can have little glitches without being labeled dysfunctional.
    -- Kathy Najimy

    #Glitches #Littles

  • I have a glitch, too. Sometimes I forget that I’m not human. I don’t think that happens to most androids.
    -- Marissa Meyer

    #Thinking #Androids #Glitches

  • Consider this: I can go to Antarctica and get cash from an ATM without a glitch, but should I fall ill during my travels, a hospital there could not access my medical records or know what medications I am on.
    -- Nathan Deal

    #Fall #Glitches #Atm

  • A woman can be in charge!

  • I had beautiful wavy hair and a waxed moustache.

  • We're changing ourselves to fit the world instead of changing the world to fit women.

  • Shyness is about the fear of social judgments - at a job interview or a party you might be excessively worried about what people think of you. Whereas an introvert might not feel any of those things at all, they simply have the preference to be in a quieter setting.

  • Shaw's plays are the price we pay for Shaw's prefaces.

  • When you're going to school primarily for career purposes, it's more important to focus on which program is best for you. In addition, your success at college depends far more on what you do at the college than at which college you do it: Choosing the right program, then the right advisor, the right courses, the right term papers, the right co-curricular activities, the right fieldwork, the right internships. You can make those choices at any college.

  • Love measures our stature: the more we love, the bigger we are.

  • As the humanities and liberal arts are downsized, privatized, and commodified, higher education finds itself caught in the paradox of claiming to invest in the future of young people while offering them few intellectual, civic, and moral supports.

  • It used to be that I could talk to someone in Texas and nobody would hear about it. Now, the moment I open my mouth it's all over the world. The second I say something, guys in Germany know about it. It's basically a wonderful thing because more information is spread, but you have to keep your mouth shut.

  • Curses of vanished elders echoed down on me; too pretty, too soft, too pale, eyes far too full of the Devil, ah, that devilish smile