DMCA’ed and Ducks

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And that’s how DBZ HDTV ended.

I’ve been writing a lot of python. I’m such a noob. It’s like playing league before you know that minions OP. I don’t write any subclasses. I don’t understand why I would want to make a subclass. I’m prob just a genius or something. Only nerds write subclasses. I don’t understand what the hell a super class is supposed to do. What the hell does __init__() do? One thing that’s finally dawning on me is problem with types in python. That shit fucks me up so much.

For instance:

class Bomb:
    def __init__(self):
        ""

    def talk(self):
        self.explode()

    def explode(self):
        print "BOOM!, The bomb explodes."

class Duck:
    def __init__(self):
        ""
    def talk(self):
        print "I am a duck, I will not blow up if you ask me to talk."    

class Kid:
    kids_duck = None

    def __init__(self):
        print "Kid comes around a corner and asks you for money so he could buy a duck."

def takeDuck(self, duck):
    self.kids_duck = duck
    print "The kid accepts the duck, and happily skips along"

def doYourThing(self):
    print "The kid tries to get the duck to talk"
    self.kids_duck.talk()

myKid = Kid()
myBomb = Bomb()
myKid.takeDuck(myBomb)
myKid.doYourThing()
#Copy and Pasted from Dmitry from StackOverflow

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/152580/whats-the-canonical-way-to-check-for-type-in-python

Python is my best friend. It lets me do whatever I want. Even when I will get myself in trouble. I are excite though. I’m just starting to take my first baby steps into intermediate python. Let’s see how much this bites. Pun.end()

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