Internet Oracularities #1537
1537-08 (01484 dist, 3.9 mean)
Selected-By: "Klone (aka Daniel V. Klein) " <email@example.com>
The Internet Oracle has pondered your question deeply.
Your question was:
And in response, thus spake the Oracle:
> I like to report a bug for no reason. All the Questions and Answers
> come equipped with one extra blank line each.
> Thanks in advance.
} There is no such thing as an extra blank line. You can use them to
} make comments in red that refer to the line above (or the line below).
} In poor nations, they run the paper through the printer again and
} the second set of Q and A fill the blank lines with untold wisdom.
} Medieval monks used them to write extra copies of the Bible at
} little to no cost for materials. If Fermat had had some blank lines,
} he could have shown his proof to all who followed. Some say
} they waste trees, but they're absolutely wrong. Cut up a sheet of
} paper, separate the blank lines from the others, and you can
} make your own tree. You can even put dollar amounts on your
} bank statement and make a little extra cash. (But don't over do it)
} If all of the blank lines were laid end to end, they would reach the
} end of the universe (almost). The most important thing small
} children learn in school is how to wait in line. It is the fabric of
} our society and keeps it from falling apart. Now that you know the
} potential value of blank lines, I am going to give you one:
} You owe the Oracle something spectacular on the blank line above.
} Don't let me down.