On Sun, Nov 02, 2003 at 10:28:43AM +0800, Greg Lehey wrote:
> On Saturday, 1 November 2003 at 13:20:55 -0800, Terry Lambert wrote:
> > Rahul Siddharthan wrote:
> >> I do plan out my trips, including short walks to the water fountain.
> >> But I probably don't calculate in detail: I tend to take the nearest
> >> turn each way, so in a situation like this
> >>
> >> --------W--
> >> | |
> >> | |
> >> | |
> >> --O--------
> >>
> >> to go from office (O) to water (W) and back, I do a clockwise circuit
> >> rather than judge which route is shorter and retrace the same route
> >> back

> >
> > That's totally insane!!!!
> >
> > How do you retract the invisible string that you leave behind
> > you everywhere you go, if you don't use an exact reverse route?!?!
> >
> > You do know you have a limited supply of invisible string on a
> > spool inside of you, and once you run out of string, you simply
> > fall over dead, apparently of natural causes, right???

>
> Never heard of garbage collection?


And if that is dead then init, the guy with the hook, comes afther you.

--
Alex

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