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Lo children of Turing be of good cheer, let not gloom be upon you for ye have done good work.
Lo children of Turing be of good cheer, let not gloom be upon you for ye have done good work.
      
Have I toiled now these three and twenty years among the heathen, nine in eastern wildernesses beyond the Missouri then fourteen more in this desolate valley of silicon. Long ago in a time when the Prophet Gates set down his basic writings and suffered dreadful thumb rash on the hateful toggle switches of Altair, I too was called to inscribe an OS.
 
Have I toiled now these three and twenty years among the heathen, nine in eastern wildernesses beyond the Missouri then fourteen more in this desolate valley of silicon. Long ago in a time when the Prophet Gates set down his basic writings and suffered dreadful thumb rash on the hateful toggle switches of Altair, I too was called to inscribe an OS.
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"Why I only get to try to do it again, daughter."
 
"Why I only get to try to do it again, daughter."
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by Robert L. Belleville ([email protected])
 
by Robert L. Belleville ([email protected])
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An RLB Reader (written: 03/18/88, published: 11/11/96, src: WR1V4.HTM)
 
An RLB Reader (written: 03/18/88, published: 11/11/96, src: WR1V4.HTM)
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Copyright Robert L. Belleville 1996. All rights reserved.  
 
Copyright Robert L. Belleville 1996. All rights reserved.  
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[[Category:Essays]]
 
[[Category:Essays]]

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