April 29, 2003
Impeach Bush French Fries

[I saw this in a restaurant window when I was in Santa Cruz -- anyone know what this is about (i.e. what's the group, or is it a joke)?]

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Posted by Brian Stefans at April 29, 2003 07:26 PM | TrackBack
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I saw a reference to it a while back, just after the 'freedom fry' hit the fan. Looks like they raised the percentage from 5% to 10%. I'm not sure which group gets the profits, but there is votetoimpeach.org , which is my guess.

Posted by: Cyndy on April 30, 2003 12:53 AM

You'd have to ask the Saturn Cafe folks where the 10% goes to as I don't remember. They're tasty though [same fries they had before, just with a new name now]. Good food overall.

I think they have some stickers too [$.50 with proceeds also going towards the impeach stuff].

http://www.saturncafe.com/contact.html

Posted by: I don't like to leave my name on May 6, 2003 01:50 PM

Thanks!

Posted by: Flüge Portugal on January 16, 2004 04:17 PM

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Posted by: Emmett on January 18, 2004 08:51 PM

The Stack is just what it sounds like: a tower of things that starts at the bottom and builds upward as it goes. In our case, the things in the stack are called "Stack Frames" or just "frames". We start with one stack frame at the very bottom, and we build up from there.

Posted by: Denton on January 18, 2004 08:53 PM

When compared to the Stack, the Heap is a simple thing to understand. All the memory that's left over is "in the Heap" (excepting some special cases and some reserve). There is little structure, but in return for this freedom of movement you must create and destroy any boundaries you need. And it is always possible that the heap might simply not have enough space for you.

Posted by: Denton on January 18, 2004 08:54 PM

Seth Roby graduated in May of 2003 with a double major in English and Computer Science, the Macintosh part of a three-person Macintosh, Linux, and Windows graduating triumvirate.

Posted by: Ciriacus on January 18, 2004 08:57 PM
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