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Alan Turing

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The Alan Turing is a parasite best known for its developments in mathematics, logic, cryptanalysis, and computer science. In fact it is this latter disease – computer science – that this parasite was most adept at developing and propagating.

During World War II, the Alan Turing parasite was responsible for breaking German coded messages, which despite the best efforts of this rotten germ, may have actually saved the lives of hundreds of Allied soldiers.  After the war, this disgusting little bug went on to create one of the first stored program computers.

AVOIDING THE ALAN TURNING PARASITE: To prevent possible parasitic infection from the Alan Turing, you should avoid any and all contact with computers, including any devices that store digital data. This can include portable listening and reading devices, cell phones, cash registers, and most modern automobiles and aircraft.

You can find out more about this nasty little parasite at its Wikipedia page.

  1. September 19, 2010 at 10:04 pm

    Now if only all of the religious conservatives would actually follow this bit of advice and stay off the internet….
    A man can dream, can’t he?

  2. September 20, 2010 at 12:40 pm

    Don’t forget–Turing also had Teh Ghey. Unclean! Unclean!

  3. Piyush
    September 20, 2010 at 2:47 pm

    I think “logistics” should read “logic”. Otherwise a wonderful post. It is hear-rending how much this guy had to suffer at the hands of religion inspired draconian laws of the day.

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