On Wednesday 25 June 2008 05:23:14 pm Rory Browne wrote:
> > the PHP User Group is having it's monthly meeting on Wednesday at the
> > Longstone Pub on Townsend street - it ordinarily starts at 8pm though
> > some
> > of the guys show up a bit sooner than that.
I'm really puzzled by this devotion to PHP.
I don't want to sound mean, but it's only a tiny little language
used in connection with the web, isn't it?
How come it attracts these passionate devotees?
I mean, I would have thought everything you could say about PHP
could be said over half a pint of real ale.
I know there are people who support Bray Wanderers.
Is it the same sort of thing?
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