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Can someone please explain this comic to me? I don't get it. There's supposed to be a designer and an engineer. I get that the designer is the guy with the beard, but the person using the computer is female. Is the joke that it's a long haired male?
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>>43187799
It's feminist comedy. Simple as that
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>>43187799
female "programmers" need the world to know they can do basic skills like opening a console terminal
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>>43187799
the designer is the jew and the engineer is the brown trap, yes
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>>43187799
the joke is that faggots all about user interface, and the engineer doesn't need a fancy ass interface.

Fuck.
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>>43187799
Lol women knowing anything about technology or science
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>>43187900
same anon, you fuckers are retarded.
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>>43187878
> concatenate_strings("hello","world")

... there are too many layers of irony in this pic.
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beardguy looks like somebody who would say
>I just got sterilized today and as a reward my wife and her boyfriend gave me a nintendo switch
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>>43187799
There is actually a sizable percentage of compsci majors that transition to female.
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>>43187799
That's a soyboy designer and a long-haired nerd engineer (male).



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