Monday, March 28, 2005


Religion and people

Well another easter has come and almost gone now but people forget sometimes what Easter is about and why it is importrant. First Jesus gave up his own life (well technicially he is GOD but that is for another story) so that we can life regular lives and not worry too much about the devil coming and getting us.
Yes there are still a lot of sins which we need to repay for but how do we repay for them is a different story.
I as a Catholic believe that everyone is good, until they don't repay for their sins.
Repenting a sin is only one way to repay for some sins. Another way is giving up something for a while (not something you need to live though, food and water). In fact giving up food and water for getting skiny is part of a sin (one of the deadly seven, lust and envy). Yes this is the opposite of gluttony as you are consuming less but you want to become someone else (envy) and you want to change your body (lust).

PS Sorry for this blog but I needed to do it, oh, there might be some more in the future like this.

Thursday, March 24, 2005



Yes I like people to troll my blog some more. I am tried of not getting any comments.

Yes GCC is a good compiler, I just need to fix 106 more bugs and 4.0.0 will be the best release ever.

Saturday, March 19, 2005


Matt Austern left Apple

Today I found out that Matt Austern left Apple. I wondering if I could get at Apple because of this or they waiting for the "right" person to replace Matt.

Well I should write Ron this weekend to find out (but not mention Matt).


Brothers and road trip

Well my brothers left me in Cincy as they go out on a road trip to New Mexico to watch a soccer game. Well that just means one more night in the dorm.

Well at least now I have a promise from someone to help me move back to my house from the dorm which is good.

Friday, March 18, 2005


15 years in the making

It has been 15 years since UC has played UK. This is going to be the biggest games of the year.

Thursday, March 17, 2005


My picks

Illinois, Wake Forest, Minnesota, and Duke with Minnesota and Illinois in the final and Minnesota winning it.

Tuesday, March 15, 2005


Tonight (late night)

Okay, this is not going into another entry because I am too lazy to create one but here it goes.

Why the fuck can people not understand C89/C99/C++ aliasing rules, they are simple and easy to understand. Basically you cannot access (and be defined) the memory location via two different types (signed/unsigned are considered same types) but you can access it via a char (signed or unsigned) and still be fine. Using unions is the correct way of doing this access.

Monday, March 14, 2005


GCC and bug reports

I am going to start a normal "gcc bug report" blog entry starting today. Hopefully non-GCC people don't mind.
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I still cannot figure out why people cannot read the bug reporting page, it is not hard and it takes only a minute or two. Reading it right before reporting a bug report would be very useful. Also doing a quick search for a duplicated bug would not hurt. and if you know it is a regression, well limit you search a little further so you don't have to look through all ~2600 bugs.

Maybe I am just ranting because I am tried of closing bugs as invalid, putting them in WAITING, or closing them as duplicates.

Saturday, March 12, 2005


A great name in rock DJ died last Sunday

A greate name in rock DJ died last Sunday, Tommy Vance.

We will miss you Tommy.

Wednesday, March 09, 2005


WTF - need more information about this

Yes, I get a lot of spam, but this tops the cake. I don't know if this is legit or not. I am thinkig it is not because I cannot find any infromation about the company at all with google. I would like someone to figure out what this is about. Note the only edit I did to this email was remove the email address, if someone wants the email address, I can give it to them.

Dear Andrew:

   I am writing to you to let you know about some exciting summer internship opportunities that currently available with my firm.

   If you are considering pursuing a career in business, general management, public relations / communications, engineering, consulting, or perhaps running your own dental practice we may have a position for you.

   Our internship program is quite unique. At N.A.C.P. we give you the opportunity to participate in a business from the inside out. During your tenure with the firm you will gain valuable experience in all aspects of the business environment (human resources, marketing, sales, finance, project estimation and customer service just to name a few).

Unlike a lot of other internships this one is paid. All first year interns receive a salary of $400 per week and are eligible for our profit sharing plan.

If this sounds like something that would help you in building your skills / resume please email me back at ------email-----. I will be on campus next week and would be happy to meet and provide you with more information in person. I look forward to hearing from you and meeting with you on campus.

Paul Evans
Founder & CEO
Developing Tomorrow's Leaders Today

Wednesday, March 02, 2005



Well it is not really Physics, it is quatumn mechanics which is a branch of physics which is still going on. Also it is one of the branches which goes between Linear Algebra and Calculus a lot.

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