Do I have to worry if I start finding RustyBrick code marked up with ASCII art of this?

                     4MMML                  .
                     MMMMM.                xf
     .              "M6MMM               .MM-
      Mh..          +MM5MMM            .MMMM
      .MMM.         .MMMMML.          MMMMMh
       )MMMh.        MM5MMM         MMMMMMM
        3MMMMx.     'MMM3MMf      xnMMMMMM"
        '*MMMMM      MMMMMM.     nMMMMMMP"
          *MMMMMx    "MMM5M    .MMMMMMM=
           *MMMMMh   "MMMMM"   JMMMMMMP
             MMMMMM   GMMMM.  dMMMMMM            .
              MMMMMM  "MMMM  .MMMMM(        .nnMP"
   ..          *MMMMx  MMM"  dMMMM"    .nnMMMMM*
    "MMn...     'MMMMr 'MM   MMM"   .nMMMMMMM*"
     "4MMMMnn..   *MMM  MM  MMP"  .dMMMMMMM""
       ^MMMMMMMMx.  *ML "M .M*  .MMMMMM**"
          *PMMMMMMhn. *x > M  .MMMM**""
             ""**MMMMhx/.h/ .=*"
                    nP"     "*MMnx

Just kidding… When I saw the article of Red Bull Cola could be banned in Germany – after traces of cocaine are found in it I joked about our tremendous amount of RedBull (which is now gone) and Jimmy (who hasn’t blogged in months) said, “whatever makes us write the code faster right boss!?”

What happens when you try more creative drugs like LSD or Marijuana while coding? Do you see this type of ASCII art in your code comments?

Would be funny but crazy…

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  1. Dape

    Lets take a reality check, you don’t need any form of drug to be creative – check out my website ( A lot of my friends fell by the wayside through drug abuse, over the years some of them died some of them survived and a few decided to be free from all mind altering substances. The image above is clearly inspired by the concrete poets work. Concrete poetry (a kind of picture made out of printed type, and regarded in the 1950s and 1960s, when it enjoyed an international vogue, as an experimental form of poetry).pattern poetry or shape poetry is poetry in which the typographical arrangement of words is as important in conveying the intended effect as the conventional elements of the poem, such as meaning of words, rhythm, rhyme and so on. “In the magical universe there are no coincidences and there are no accidents. Nothing happens unless someone wills it to happen.”regards Dape via Burroughs.

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