"Then, sheriff Brown doubles as an ornery outlaw to capture an ornery outlaw, as well as take the fancy of a preacherwoman and a singer in the B-western programmer "Rogue of the Range" (1937)."
"Dull programmer, redeemed by the title song and 1 powerful sequence"
"They tried a few more oater series starring the likes of Rod Cameron and Kirby Grant, but Universal lost interest in doing cowboy films and opted to phase themselves out of the B western programmer."
"This doesn't come across as a formulaic programmer. It has plenty of tension."
"The set-pieces are nothing overly spectacular or original (the film's concluding piece is right out of CLIFFHANGER), but as a formulaic programmer, you could do a lot worse--call it a good popcorn movie."
"This formulaic programmer, about a young shipbuilder who forgoes a union-protected job (talk about crazy) in a Maryland shipyard for a crack at the nearby U.S. Naval Academy, qualifies loosely as drama."
Programmer B "Nah, not yet, and its due tomorrow morning at eight!"
Programmer A "Damn, you gonna get it done in time?"
Programmer B "Yeah, I've got a bottle of Stacker II's and a pot of coffee, I should be fine."
Neo-programmers are unlike computer nerds of the past. These new programmers are numerous, travel in groups, and can be easily identified by scruffy hair accompanied with a goatee. Most enjoy arguing with you about the minutia of life. Eating habits are poor, which generally leads to moderate or severe potbelly.
Programmers also enjoy other activities, including online poker, Halo 3, Call of Duty, Gears of War, and playing guitar.
They can sometimes be abrasive due to poor underlying social skills. For example, every joke a programmer tells is specifically designed to make sense only to other programmers. This makes attracting females difficult, which can easily be fixed by meeting women through an online service.
Programmer: Don't talk to me you fuckin' nub.
Programmer: "01001001 00100000 01100100 01101111 01101110 00100111 01110100 00100000 01101011 01101110 01101111 01110111"
Programmer 2: BWAHAHAHAHAAHHA
Programmer 1: I even have one about Java!
You find that Microsoft and Sun have released imcompatible class libraries both implementing Gun objects. You then find that although there are plenty of feet objects implemented in the past in many other languages, you cannot get access to one. But seeing as Java is so cool, you dont care and go around shooting anything else you can find.