Programming with Emojis

I ran into the EmojiCode website. Emojicode is an open-source, full-blown programming language consisting of emojis.

I personally did not like that language, but it is worthwhile mentioning:

No idea what that code does…I don’t care 😉

Meanwhile, if you are a C++ programmer, enjoy the following, legitimate, piece of code that redefine keywords into emojis and then the fun starts:

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He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one

This is a funny photoshopped picture I received through chain mail. It refers to Luke 22:36. However, it also reminds of me of the Matthew 10:34:

“Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”

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Canadian Fast Food

During my visit to Vancouver, Canada, I ran into a souvenir shop and I bought this mug which I found cool and funny:

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Why eat with a clown while you can dine with a king?

Commercials can be creative some times. During one of my visits to my home country, I saw this billboard from Burger King mocking McDonalds:

Why eat with a clown while you can dine with a king?

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Not another wine and cheese party!

Like other things in society, we are taught how to be “cool”.

When you friends at work ask you: “So how was your weekend?” and when you answer: “”Oh, I have a wine and cheese party”, this makes you look “cool” and sophisticated.

Personally, I hate such trends.

This photo illustrates exactly how I feel about this cheese and wine fag.

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Strange posters on the street – revcom.us

I was walking back home one night and I noticed a torn down poster about capitalism, the corrupt leaders and what not.

This one talks about Gaza:

This one talks about what employees of the system do:

This one talks about capitalism:

So as it turned out, and after research, that these posters originated from the revcom.us website:

Interested? Not interested? Check for yourself.

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7 dangers to human virtue – Gandhi

The 7 dangers to human virtue are:

  1. Wealth without work
  2. Pleasure with conscience
  3. Knowledge without character
  4. Business without ethics
  5. Science without humanity
  6. Religion without sacrifice
  7. Politics without Principle

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