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Paul Graham is so good, Arc is Blub for him.

Paul Graham is so good, he does just simply walk into Mordor. And then he checks into a hotel.




Paul Graham is so good, he always tips using $2.56 cheques made out by Donald Knuth.

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Any sufficiently complicated developer contains an ad hoc, informally-specified, bug-ridden, slow implementation of half of Paul Graham.

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Paul Graham was written in lisp that itself was written in Paul Graham.

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Bjarne Stroustrup once tried to look upon Paul Graham, but was driven mad. Thus was born C++.

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Paul Graham is so good, the parenthesis match themselves.

Paul Graham is so good, it's hard to defun him.

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Paul Graham is so good, his keyboard only has three keys: 0, 1 and Return. No Backspace, because he doesn't make mistakes.

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Here's Paul while hacking:

http://www.voguehost.com/ims/u/ptn/ptn/pg_hacking.gif

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Three keys are redundant.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ajwatson/cat-powered.gif

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Anything but the Church Numerals is below him.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_numeral

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Paul Graham can derive S from K

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Sounds like we should have a Paul Graham Facts, like Chuck Norris.

Paul Graham's so smart that inside his brain is another brain.

Paul Graham once matched /(x+x+)+y/ in logarithmic time.

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Paul Graham is a general algorithm to solve the halting program.

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Paul Graham can solve NP-complete problems in polynomial time.

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NP-complete problems are for sissies. Paul Graham can solve any problem in the Arithmetic Hierarchy in O(1).

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Matematicians searching for P=NP or P!=NP proof should wait until Paul Graham decides which of these statements is true.

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It's a little known fact that the P in P=NP actually stands for Paul Graham.

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Paul Graham's brain is a nondeterministic Turing-machine.

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All lambda expressions terminate in logarithmic time when evaluated in Paul Graham order.

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Paul Graham is so good, he yelled at the hackernews server and it fixed itself.

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Paul Graham is so good, he does not recurse. He uses the y combinator - in Continuation Passing Style - with both hands tied behind his back.

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What's so bad about the y combinator?

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Al Gore didn't invent the internet, Paul Graham did. And then he invented Al Gore.

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... and Al Gore was written in Blub, which was itself implemented in Arc ...

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Paul graham is so good, he multiplies 850 * 77.1 and gets 65,535

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Paul Graham's memory is so good that he doesn't need to have a search box on Hacker News because he can remember all the topics and urls.

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Paul Graham can divide by zero.

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and the answer is "Paul Graham"

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Paul Graham is the current continuation.

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Paul Graham only drives a car when his cdr is in the shop.

Paul Graham can be written in ten lines using macros.

Paul Graham can make NaN finally equal itself.

Paul Graham will resurrect Usenet on Judgment Day.

Paul Graham is the World Champion in Ambition.

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Paul Graham can put n > m pigeons in m holes, each hole having no more than one pigeon.

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Paul Graham is a default constructor. He takes no arguments.

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He is also pure virtual class, which needs no overloaded virtual destructor implementations. All dispatches are written doubly, and there are no leaks, whatsoever.

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Paul Graham beat Duke Nuke'em Forever on Nightmare mode using only Arc macros.

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Hmm, I just thought of another.

Paul Graham named his fists: "(" and ")"

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Paul Graham can write an essay entirely composed of sweeping generalizations.

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After a few iterations, Rule 30 draws a picture of Paul Graham

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Paul Graham is not afraid of going bankrupt. Going bankrupt is afraid of Paul Graham.

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Paul Graham could get Hurd to work

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Paul Graham's tears have been acquired by Google for an undisclosed sum.

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They bought "Paul Graham's tears" options. Paul Graham doesn't cry.

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John McCarthy sent his son Paul Graham to save the world from Blub.

(I am agnostic. I googled for this biblical verse... uncannily, it is from the book of John.)

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When Paul Graham hacks, the Rocky Theme Song starts playing.

Paul Graham can find Waldo. Always.

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Paul Graham partitioned the Banach-Tarski ball, reassembled it back to two identical copies of itself and then sold the other copy to Yahoo for 100 million bucks.

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Paul Graham directly experiences Platonic world of ideas and finds an investor for each of them.

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IN SOVIET RUSSIA, PAUL GRAHAM.... wait, what?

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In Paul Graham, Soviet Russia... er... what?

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Paul Graham doesn't date Jessica Alba. On a first date, she didn't know how to implement Lisp in itself.

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Paul Graham can compress ANY data by at least 1 bit, including binary 1.

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I have a very reliable lossy compression algorithm for you if interested. It's extremely computationally scalable as well.

I just map all values to 0.

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Paul Graham when quined is Paul Graham when quined.

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Paul Graham funded Kurt Godel's startup and it turned profitable.

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Pretty sure he must be laughing itself out right now reading it. PG, you're a hero for many people, you know? How about you giving your own contribution to this list?

By the way, I just noticed that there is no way to recover a password if you lost it?

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Paul Graham doesn't reset passwords. He decrypts them without a key.

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Paul Graham is so good, he's written 735 contributions to this list but hasn't even been tempted to send them.

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Paul Graham is so good, he can recurse infinitely. Twice. Just kidding. ;-)

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nerds

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Paul Graham is so good, he regularly comments on Hacker News.

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Paul Graham is the sentence that consistently asserts itself.

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Paul Graham is so brainy, he has 2 left brains, and uses 0.3% of one of those to emulate Picasso's right brain, only with a better interface.

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Lisp programmers call Paul Graham a "godfather" of their "family" and for every parenthesis they use, they pay him a buck for "protection".

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Lisp programmers call Paul Graham a "godfather" of their "family" and for every parenthesis they use, they pay him a buck for "protection".

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There are only 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand Paul Graham, and those who don't know binary.

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There are only 3 types of mathematicans on the planet. Those who can count, and those who can not.

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When Paul Graham goes to the cafeteria for lunch, he doesn't sit at a table. All the tables sit at Paul Graham.

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Paul Graham is so good, he can make the tower of babel from oatmeal and fingernail clippings.

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Paul Graham can find a third factor for a prime number. And more, if he feels like trying.

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Paul Graham is so good he somehow managed to take the credit for this paper. http://robotics.stanford.edu/users/sahami/papers-dir/spam.pd...

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Paul Graham made the world in six days, and sold it on the seventh day to become multi-millionaire.

There is no god but Paul Graham, and Paul Graham is His prophet.

Creationists are baffled by the question: "Who created Paul Graham?"

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Paul Graham is so good he can count up to 32 just by counting up to 16.

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Doctor Who has a real name, but Paul Graham encrypted it.

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Paul Graham is so good, he will skip this piece of news.

Paul Graham is so good, his DNA has an implementation of Lisp.

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Paging tongue-ass extraction to item #60357!

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Paul Graham is a CIA experiment that went very very wrong....and he has an 'arc' chip embedded in his brain

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Paul Graham isn't lactose intolerant, he just doesn't put up with lactose's shit!

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Paul Graham is so good, good was defined as (+ Paul Graham good), and implemented with tail recursion.

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Except that + takes two arguments, not three--unless you've altered the definition.

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Ok, here's a better one:

Chuck Norris wanted to be like Paul Graham, and tried to learn tail recursion. The best he could do was a roundhouse kick.

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Aw cummon! I thought this was the ultimate cap - tail recursion? roundhouse kick? Chuck Norris? haha?

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Paul Graham is always a single argument.

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No, + takes any number of arguments.

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Paul Graham is an 8 foot tall beast-man who showers in grain alcohol and feeds his baby shrimp scampi

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Paul Graham is so good, he carries a needle to burst Dotcom bubbles as he's not affected by them.

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Paul Graham is so good, he can beat corporate death into a submission with his bare hands.

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The first virus was a poorly implementation of Paul Grapham's cell.

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There is an infinite number of primes, but Paul Graham is the greatest prime.

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... And he is also, at the same time, the smallest prime.

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Paul Graham is so good, that C++ is called PG++

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And it's 0. Bignum Overflow.

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Who would win? Paul Graham or Jack Bauer?

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Paul Graham's face is always too pixelated for Jack Bauer's image enhancement programs.

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Paul Graham's laptop was built by Cray.

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Some of these are great.

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he just writes (paul graham) and yahoo will buy it

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Paul Graham needs no forks to dine with Philosophers.

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Paul Graham doesn't need Viagra. He is NP-hard.

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Paul Graham can give three young men only $6000 for a whole summer of 'work'.

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.tfel ot thgir si GP

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Paul Graham ith tho thmart, he hath hith own dialect

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Paul_Graham(R), the well-known Registered Trademark, has finally found how not to die, and integrated and evaluater for this into his brain/organism.

So there's really hope for Arc to be finished in his life time, now!

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wtf was this?

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hey, Why I did got negged? Seriously, people, chill out.

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tohu-wa-bohu

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Paul Graham is so good, he's not falling for your WFP ass-kissing attempts.

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Paul Graham was a hacker and now is a businessman.

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