Originally posted by Todd Scales:
So I say, catch their eye with the good looks, rope 'em with the challenging gaze, and tie 'em up with your content!
Originally posted by br br:
it's obvious, dear cute Kathy, the choice is everybody because are patterns.
Originally posted by Si Brewster:
My choice would be "N igtails Girl". I'm sure that Christopher Alexander, hailing from Vienna, would go for the European look (albeit a bit further north than Austria). She has a pleasant "Facade", and I wouldn't mind her being a "Visitor", although I doubt that she's a "Singleton". I think there is a "Template" used in Scandinavia to produce girls like this as if from a "Factory" (there were probably many "Observers" when the "Prototype" first appeared!). I hope that this line of reasoning is not considered too "Flyweight" ;-)
Originally posted by Gary Gulley:
My context object is nothing without your transfer object. You are the data access object to my business object. The service activator to my service locator. You are .... oh, you know what I mean, Snowboard Girl. Sometimes you bring me to tiers.
Originally posted by Barbara Norway:
Put Gwen Stefani on the cover without paying $$$$$$$$ in royalties and "No Doubt" a lawyer will be needed. Interesting thought though.
Originally posted by Andrew Esse:
She told me about this book she had modeled for the cover of, Heads Up Servlets and JSP.