// Raphael and Arlo in San Francisco during spring break, discussing Lisp implementations Arlo: Armed Bear Common Lisp works on the JVM, like Clojure, but it's compliant with the Common Lisp standard. Raphael: Armed Bear? // Raphael points to California flag behind him (it has a picture of a bear on it) Raphael: Like that? Arlo: Imagine that thing holding an AR-15.
//Some guy comes into Cell Phys delivering candygram-esque "kisses" Student: Is Pulkit here? I have a kiss to deliver. Bosse: No, sorry, he's waiting outside. //Student leaves Bosse: Aww, I wish I could have seen him get the kiss. Student 2: You realize that it's not a real kiss, right? Bosse: Oh really? You don't kiss them on the cheek or something? Well that's dissapointing. Raphael: Ms. Bosse...did you really want to see two guys kissing? Bosse: Well, it would have been interesting...
Ben: How could you not know what WD-40 is? Raphael: What's WD-40? Ben: It's lube ... not for recreational purposes