The most extravagantly fantastic and outrageously stupid character played by Chris Farley, also the title of the movie he is from. It came out in 1995 and instantly became and remains to be one of the funniest movies in existance.
**TOMMY's open M&M bag slides into RICHARD's car's A/C vent on the dash, when RICHARD takes a hard right**
RICHARD: Ohh No! That sounds great! Wow that's really gonna UP the re-sale value!!
TOMMY: I think we're gonna be ok. They have a thin candy shell. Hmph! Surprised you didn't know that.
RICHARD: I think your HEAD has a thin candy shell!
Hacker code of morality that was originally formed by the MIT hackers in the late 1950s to the late 1960s and articulated by Steven Levy in his book HACKERS: HEROES OF THE COMPUTER REVOLUTION. The creed is as follows:
1)Always yield the Hands-On Imperative! Access to computers-- and andything else which might teach you about the way the world works-- should be unlimited and total.
2) All information should be free.
3) Mistrust Authority-- Promote Decentralization.
4) Hackers should be judged by their hacking, not bogus criteria such as degrees, age, race, or position.
5) You can create art and beauty on a computer.
6) Computers can change your life for the better.
While many of the 1960s hackers claim that modern hackers have rejected this code, it has actually strongly influenced all hackers for the last thirty years.