Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Aug 1, 2013.
HA...Best one was Buddhist Monk: Make Me One With Everything!
I did not get the hard_things: OBOE
What kind of joke was the last one?
Guess I'm not geeky enough
Hahahahahahahah............I don't get it!
LOLLL.. nice .I like these.:cat3:
These are pretty funny
"We don't serve faster-than-light particles here", says the barman. A tachyon enters a bar.
What do cosmic neutrinos and I have in common? We're both constantly penetrating your mom.
Why do engineers confuse Halloween and Christmas?
Because Oct 31 = Dec 25
LOL These made my day thanks!
Buddhist Joke explained
Super funny! My favorite was the noble gas joke.
It 's an out of bound error, common problem in the days of C/C++. You allocated 5 "spaces" in memory for a buffer, but counting starts with 0, not one. Then you try to write on buffer (which would be the 6th element, which is not provisioned for the buffer) and all hell breaks loose OBOE exploits are a very common class of hacking exploits and are usually referred as "buffer overflows".
The Buddhist joke was awesome
I think it's meant to be funny because he started off by saying what are the 2 hardest things blah blah, and then mentioned 3 things. In C and other programming languages you reference the first element of an array with , second is  and third is  so being off by one is a common error.....
Some ones I've heard:
There are only 10 types of people in the world; those that understand binary, and those that don't.
Rene Descartes walked into a bar. The bartender asks "Do you want a drink?", to which Descartes replies "I think not" and then he vanished.
There's no place like 127.0.0.1
I'll stop now...[h=3][/h]
I just got the "OK" joke; seems like the monk sent a bit of enlightenment - still don't get the cat joke though Could someone explain it?
The greek letter Mu is used to represent the coefficient of friction.
is it a boy or a girl?
Super funny - made my day - everyone needs a good laugh 4 to 5 times per day
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