Me! Me! Me!
“I am a subscriber of [t]his blog and always look forward to [Terry’s] next post. His blog is always entertaining as he mixes in technical posts right along with everything else. He has a way with mixing in comical antics along with technical posts where he still comes across as an experienced developer, intelligent, and hilarious.”
Pshawww!!! I’m blushing! (In other news, my readership count has jumped to 11! That’s like as high as the dial goes, baby!)
[More about me after the jump]
I was living high on the world until I found out that I’m #3 in the series. Wha??? Rasmus Lerdorf and Chris Shiflett are before me? What have these guys done to deserve their prominent placement anyways—I mean besides invent PHP and done more than anyone else to dispel the “don’t use PHP because it’s insecure” myth (and possibly moonlight as a guitarist for the Foo Fighters).
*sigh* I get no respect.
Being a hero
Well, PHP Heros are a fun idea! I’ll try not to let my ego blow up too much—we all know what happened to Tokyo last time one of us lost control of our powers…
Back in the early days of IRC (circa 1992), whenever someone was annoying me on EFNet, I’d sing them that Bette Middler song. It’d embarass them into shutting up long enough for me to dominate on #jeopardy or #initgame while getting kick-banned for the thousandth time on #twilight_zone and #hack (preferably at the same time and for opposite reasons). (Yeah, I even got our server jupe’d.1 How many of you fuckers can say that?)
Oh well, time to sing myself the song:
Did I ever know that I’m your hero~~~
and everything I would like to be?~~~
I can code higher than an hack-er~~~~
I am the wind beneath your wings~~~
Basically, this means I’m the flatulence of the PHP world.
[tags]ReformatThis, hero, PHP hero, terry chay, Meagan Marks, Rasmus Lerdorf, Chris Shifflet, Wind Beneath My Wings, IRC, EFNet, notoriety, ego, jupe, Bobs Matthis[/tags]