Limerick Contest 2012: Contest Winners

Posted by · May 4, 2012 11:20 am

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The 2012 Experts Exchange Limerick contest is complete–thanks everyone for participating! In fact, we had so many good entries it was hard to choose just one, so here are our 10 official winners:

  1. Andrew Savener
  2. Adrian Johnston
  3. David Williams
  4. Dan Rollins
  5. Scott Walker
  6. Kyle Abrahams
  7. David Gunderson
  8. David Lee
  9. Bob Stone
  10. Brian Leach

You can read their winning limericks in the EE newsletter. Congratulations to all, and enjoy your new hats!

Contest Rules:

  • All entries must be posted as comments to this blog post. You may include more than one limerick per post, but they must be distinct.
  • All poems must be written in the A-A-B-B-A rhyme format. Deviation from this format will cause your poem to be disqualified for a prize. In order to be eligible for a prize, the limerick must convey the essence of Experts Exchange.
  • Technically, each line of the limerick should convey a distinct thought; this is not mandatory, but it will give you a leg up for getting one of the prizes.
  • There is no limit to the number of times you can enter. However, a higher number of entries is not likely to increase your odds of winning, and only one prize will be awarded to any individual member. Simply put, one really good entry is better than 27 mediocre ones.
  • Limericks will be judged on originality and on how well they convey the essence of Experts Exchange. Limericks must also be posted to the user’s Facebook wall [limerick / link to post/ tag @ExpertsExchange] or Twitter [first line of limerick/link to post/#EElimerick] to be eligible for a prize.
  • Here’s a sample tweet: There once was a man from EE…read the rest of my #EElimerick and add your own to win a hat. http://xprt.it/EElimerick
  • Contest starts on Wednesday, May 2, 2012 and ends at 11:59 p.m Pacific on Wednesday, May 16, 2012. Winners will be announced here and in the Experts Exchange Newsletter. Contest open to current Experts Exchange members in good standing only.
  • Decisions by the judges are final.

 

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  • David Gunderson

    There once was a man from EE
    Who responded to questions too quickly
    His answers were scattered
    And in the end never mattered
    Because all of the points went to me.

    • Gerry Bartley

      There once was a man from EE
      Who came to the rescue of me
      My bosses were pressing
      But I was just guessing
      Now they think I’m a god in my field

  • David Gunderson

    Oh how I love my EE
    For all the solutions I see
    Are saved with a click
    They’re stored just as slick
    A knowledgebase tailored to me

    • Congratulations, Mr. Gunderson! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

      • David Gunderson

        Yay! Thanks. I just barely saw your email and responded. I also sent one to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com. Thanks again! What an honor! 🙂

  • There once was a man from E.E.
    Who answered questions with glee
    points he collected
    himself more respected
    ’cause he’s a help to the community.

  • Joseph German Ocena

    I am suppose to be an elite in EE
    Accepted answer one, two and three
    If not only because of that expert
    Whose skills are not from earth
    So please ********, leave that questions to me?

  • Joseph German Ocena

    I am suppose to be an elite in EE
    Accepted answer one, two and three
    If not only because of that expert
    Whose skills are not from earth
    But thank you, for sharing your knowledge to me.

  • Mplungjan

    We experts at experts-exchange
    from elite down to master we range
    all pounce on your issues
    and save lots of tissues
    in matters no matter how strange

  • logudotcom

    Experts Exchange is your best friend
    To resolve your IT queries
    Oh sure you will get it faster solutions
    And you will save time.

    • Ben

      Don’t think you are quite getting the spirit of a ‘rhyming’ limerick 🙂

  • James Murrell

    There once was a man from EE…
    who answered questions with ease
    he is well respected
    and that is to be expected
    angelII is the man the beat

  • Olaf Doschke

    There once was a man of EE
    who was 2 points short of a tee
    to calm down the lad
    they gave him a hat
    and now he’s still short of a tee

  • Joseph German Ocena

    I wonder how it is going to be
    If no knowledge base like EE
    Surely, answer to problems are hard to find
    If experts in EE does not share in kind
    So tell me, how it is going to be?

  • There once was a man from EE
    And that man, he would be me
    Questions he did read
    And answers he did seed
    Quick responses means membership be free!

  • Ben

    There once was a techie named Dave,
    He didn’t know how to behave,
    He deleted exchange logs,
    Including E00 oh gods,
    Experts-Exchange does he now crave.

  • Greg Glawitsch

    There once was a man from EE,
    who gave a good answer for free.
    It wasn’t for nought:
    He got hired on the spot,
    and soon he was dancing in glee.

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  • Joseph German Ocena

    There was a man from EE
    Who wonders how it is going to be
    If experts in EE does not share in kind
    Answer to many questions are hard to find
    So, he wonders how it is going to be

  • kaufmed

    There once was a girl from EE
    Whose OP was intriguing to me
    I posted an answer
    In hopes to advance her
    Right back to productivity

  • Bob

    (assuming Nata is pronounced “Nayter”)
    A spunky EE girl named Nata
    Was so pretty I tried hard to date her
    But she said “As a fan..
    You should know I’m a gran”
    And I said that for grans I could cater.

  • Bob

    Years ago I joined up with EE
    In those days there was never a fee
    But they started to charge
    A fee – not too large
    But too much for a pauper like me!

  • Knut Hunstad

    There once was a man from EE,
    who wanted a hat, all for free,
    so he sat down and wrote,
    a fun little quote,
    but forgot to start with: “There once was a man from EE”!

    * Intentionally not in rhyme and also out of contest 🙂

  • Adrian

    A clueless young man named McBiddles
    Had to reprogram computerized Fiddles
    and with no-one to ask
    ’bout this bothersome task
    He wrote to EE, Topic: “Riddles”

    Now McBiddles is king of his floor
    And his workmates all like him much more
    From clueless to great
    After just a short wait
    Thank his EE subscription, for sure

    For a genius spotted his thread
    A solution then spawned in his head
    How hard can it be?
    Here’s your answer in C
    and the error highlighted in Red!

    Then McBiddle felt sorry for Sue
    Who was stuck on the digi-kazoo
    For a few dollars more
    They now both feel less sore
    Because now she’s a subscriber too

    Then word quickly spread cross the land
    There are people who can lend a hand
    For the cost of loose change
    Write to Experts Exchange
    And your boss won’t have your hide tanned

    So the point of my story is plain
    There is plenty for your team to gain
    If you’re lost in your script
    And you think you’ve been pipped
    EE will help you stay sane!

    • Congratulations, Adrian! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • Gavin Smith

    There once was a man from EE,
    Who had a slight problem you see.
    So he posted his puzzle,
    He was all in a muddle,
    Soon he felt happy and free

  • There once was a man from EE
    Who went on an answering spree
    The problems dissolved
    As the questions he solved
    The authors all shouted “Yipee!”

    • Congratulations, Mr. Lee! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • Gus Hauptfleisch

    Those folk from Experts Exchange
    Know all from the mundane to the strange
    I was lost in the stormy metrology
    Of all manner of technology
    But now they’ve got me home on the range

  • Gus Hauptfleisch

    There once was a man from EE…
    Who answered all web queries with Glee
    His knowledge as expert incendiary
    And online exchange was legendary
    Resulted in him charging a small fee!

  • David Williams

    if $hat < $wardrobe-exist
    echo "Hat must be added to list!"
    // Though my code may have errors
    // I'll join other hat weares
    // EE Experts debug, please assist

    • Congratulations, David! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

      • David Williams

        With joy I will wear it quite proudly
        I’ll tell all that I won it, and loudly
        my cost, not a dime
        cuz I know how to rhyme
        but I’ve used all words ending in ‘oudly’

  • slightwv

    There once was a man from EE
    Saw a new contest and went to see
    Had learned to write Haiku
    This is something new
    Limericks? Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

    There once was a man from EE
    Thought writing Limericks would be easy
    There is the one about a man from Kent
    With a part of his body quite bent
    Guess most of my Limericks are sleazy

    There once was a man from EE
    He goes by the name of Randy
    He loves his KTM
    More than Dorthy loved Aunty Em
    Did I just see a flying monkey?

    There once was a man from EE
    Technology made him quite queasy
    He asked many questions
    Followed the Experts suggestions
    Never knew finding answers was so easy

  • bryce

    Its Monday I walk in Exchange is down,
    My users are upset and have frowns
    I Search the web with the error and to my terror
    The articles and KBs are abound!

    I call Microsoft and get put on hold
    For so long I’m getting ancient and old,
    And the users are hunting me down

    I login into EE, not to be told to read a KB
    For a solution an admin has found.
    I follow the steps while the user have wept
    And the pitch forks and knives are put down.

  • There once was a man from EE
    Who was not genius techie
    But he was eager to share
    Wisdom for others he care
    As helping needy makes him happy.

  • StoneG

    I do not Facebook or twitter
    The reason is not that I’m bitter.
    My info is private and some want to buy it
    So, this limerick, I just won’t submit her!

  • Bob Stone

    There once was a mod
    That said I acted like a clod
    I pissed like a skunk
    So he called me a punk
    We both came out smelling
    He broke a rule, I’m telling!
    If we’d listened twice as much
    We’d both had better luck
    The bricks they dropped like a ton
    Because he broke rule #1

    • Bob Stone

      Oops not a limerick, more of a poem

  • Bob Stone

    There once was a site of tech knowledge
    With people with life experience and college
    I learned a lot by asking a question
    I got many people making a suggestion
    It was hard to pick which to acknowledge

  • Jim Horn

    There once was a man from EE
    Who demanded we answer his question with 42 friggin’ follow-ups for free,
    And when we told him to think,
    put up quite a stink,
    And flamed all of us with glee!

  • Jim Horn

    There once was a man from EE
    Who was eco-friendly, carbon-neutral, and celebrated diversity
    Told us we’re more than just nerds,
    Knew all the buzzwords,
    And mooched for a hat with glee!

  • Jaynee

    There once was a lizard called Jaynee
    Who answered some tech Qs for free
    “This is my scheme: I am
    earning my Premium,
    To ask my own Questions on EE!”

  • baffled

    Searching for answers in vain
    I logged into Experts Exchange.
    “A limerick contest,
    With hats for the brightest?
    These Experts are clearly deranged!”

    • Congratulations, baffled! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • baffled

    There once was a man from ee
    As expert as expert could be
    When asked for advice
    He replied in a trice
    “It’s 42, evidently!”

  • I ask lot of questions
    That get answered in quick fashion
    I could respond with a kiss
    But I’d probably be dissed
    So I give him high marks with honorable mentions

  • My boss wouldn’t relent
    So to EE I went
    Our post was submitted
    The boss was quite smitten
    And now I can still pay my rent

  • Be your problem most common or strange,
    The folks down at Expert Exchange,
    A solution or two
    To be posted for you
    They are more than just glad to arrange!

    No need to get all sad and teary,
    No matter your need, want, or query!
    How to cook chicken gizzards
    Or quiz with Lounge Lizards
    Just ask, and the experts will hear ye!!

    Where other sites fail to impress,
    EE won’t leave you in a mess.
    No matter what ails you
    EE never fails you
    Their solutions are simply priceless!

    Tho sporadically, colleagues do hail ya,
    Don’t let their tech troubles derail ya!!
    EE is their friend,
    When they’re at their wit’s end;
    And will save them from ultimate failure!!

    And should a response bring you glee,
    Be sure to give thanks to EE.
    Be it complex or humdrum
    Experts solve your conundrum
    And what’s more, they all do it for free!

  • David Williams

    There once was a man from EE
    he was learning to program in C
    now a fluent compiler
    he’s a hat wearing smiler
    credit goes to this community

  • There once was a man from EE
    Who lost his remote for the TV
    One day he said drat as he picked up his cat
    As it won’t switch the channel you CC

  • erniebeek

    There once was a man from EE
    Who was trying most vigorously
    To be the best of them all
    But can angelIIIs fall?
    We just have to wait and see

  • Mike Tedeschi

    There once was a man from EE
    A qualified expert was he
    He offered his time
    Did not make a dime
    And was held to the highest degree

    • slightwv

      *Applauds*

      Nice.

  • Reece Dodds

    There once was a chap from EE
    Who found it hard to crap and peepee
    He jumped on this forum
    And suggestions, he saw ’em
    Miscellaneous was the topic for he.

  • Suhas

    Hey Busy BEE
    To Solve your queries Use EE
    Its the place with many experts
    For all technology solutions
    This Limerick is to get the Hat FREE

  • Mike Tedeschi

    I don’t have Facebook or twitter but I think I had a good limerick that I posted. Can I still win?

  • Steve Smith

    There once was a site called EE
    Who offered trials of membership for free
    To get answers really fast
    You have to part with some cash
    Or help people fix problems for free

  • Gerry Bartley

    Should have posted this instead of as a reply above

    There once was a man from EE
    Who came to the rescue of me
    My bosses were pressing
    But I was just guessing
    Now they think I’m a god in my field

  • Erniebeek

    There once was a man from EE
    Who answered all questions for free
    ‘I don’t care to score,
    to me less is Moore
    It’s all about helping, you see’

  • Gerry Bartley

    There once was a man from EE
    Who invited me in for some tea
    When I asked for a spoon
    He said just as soon
    as you answer a question from me

  • Erniebeek

    Ok, one more just for fun:

    There once was a man from EE
    Who’s limericks end at line three
    He didn’t know why,

    • His line count was shy,

      … Or the Asker awarded a B.

      … But it earned him an effort points TEE.

      … But I blame that carafe of chablis.

      • Eric

        Nice work, Dan… *laughing*

  • Enphyniti

    There once was a puzzle a’puzzlin’ me.
    But the experts here solved it with artistry.
    To this day it’s true,
    I don’t know what I’d do,
    If I couldn’t go ask Alan Hardisty

  • erniebeek

    There once was a man from EE
    Who, without any college degree,
    was able to master
    any kind of disaster
    as long as there were men @ EE

  • asavener

    While IT problems can hurt
    Experts Exchange will convert
    All your woes to solutions
    With a few contributions
    By folks who get paid in tee shirts

    • Congratulations, asavener! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • Alan Hardisty

    There once was a man from EE
    Who answered some questions for free
    He got kinda hooked
    Now is constantly booked
    Across continents and also locally!

    ——————————————————————–

    There once was a man from EE
    Who wrote a new article or three
    One topic migration
    He was a sensation
    And he drives a BM X3!

  • Bob

    EE is a gathering of nerds
    Who are mostly away with the birds
    But for IT support
    (I hear them retort)
    They really are too good for words

    I could not be any forlorner
    When reading EE’s “Nata’s Corner”
    I pine for her touch
    But it’s asking too much
    Coz her other half‘s long past forsworn her

    • Congratulations, Bob! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • When your manager turns up the heat
    And a deadline has got to be beat,

    But your résumé depiction
    Was decidedly fiction,

    This site makes your mad skillz EE-l33t.

    ==========================================

    Your questions are answered for free! *
    By the Experts who hang out at EE.

    If you’ll share some knowlege
    That you learned in college.

    * (or you can just pay a nominal fee)

    • Congratulations! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • paultomasi

    Got problems? then come to EE
    Where Experts will ‘sort’ your PC
    If you’re troubled by hardware…
    Or troubled by software
    Our Experts can fix it for FREE!

  • Alan Hardisty

    There once was a man from EE
    Who knew nothing about coding in C
    He asked a few questions
    Followed the Experts suggestions
    And became a programmer extraordinary!

  • kaufmed

    @paultomasi

    It works for me (it’s how I knew you asked this question!). Make sure you put a valid email address, and one that you check.

    As far as the posting to FB or Twitter, I believe it’s just like it sounds: post a status update to FB with your limerick, or “tweet” the limerick or a message like the example at the top of this blog (#6 – “Here’s a sample tweet”). If you “tweet” you limerick, I *think* the hash tag is required for EE to know you “tweeted” it, but don’t quote me on that. No harm in doing so, I guess.

  • We all come to EE just to see.
    What types of questions and answers are here for me.
    From the things that we don’t know.
    To the things that we want to know.
    EE is for all to use and see!

  • asavener

    I think that if you’re registered with Gravitar, you get a custom avatar/photo on this thread.

  • asavener

    Experts Exchange is the bomb
    It’s a superior kind of dotcom
    You can build up your cred
    Or keep more of your bread
    At this problem-solving phenom

    /last line needs some work

  • paultomasi

    Got problems? Then come to EE
    Where Experts will sort your PC
    If your worry is hardware
    Or you’re troubled by software
    Our Experts can fix it for FREE!

  • kaufmed

    Yet another night out past my curfew
    My project having gone rather askew
    With my deadline looming
    My boss near to fuming
    A legion of Experts to the rescue!

  • paultomasi

    There once was a man from E E
    An expert on computers was he
    If your PC was broke
    Then he was your bloke
    Because he would fix it for free

  • paultomasi

    An expert from Experts Exchange
    Was acting a little bit strange
    He applied all his knowledge
    Which he learned while in college
    But realised he was out of his range

  • Pradeep

    EE is a technolology tree
    which makes a confused mind free
    Though it charges you some money,
    It will give you the best honey.
    All in all EE is Technical sea which you can feel and can see.

  • Pradeep

    EE is a belief
    which makes a confused mind relief
    Though it charges you some money,
    It will give you the best honey.
    I can say EE is a answer seekers belief.

  • Ged325

    The experts said to EE
    To hell with the all of the tees
    I have twenty four
    do with them something more
    so wells were donated to charity

    • Ged325

      Also objecting about the twitter and facebook requirements!

    • Ged325

      “To hell with the all of the tees”

      may be replaced with

      “I don’t want all of these tees”
      or
      “we don’t want all of these tees”

      if EE wants to substitute different language.

    • Congratulations, Ged325! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • Ged325

    A student posted on EE
    said, “hey, do my homework for me”
    the experts took one look
    their heads they just shook
    we answer only questions specifically

  • Ged325

    a problem never encountered before
    something heard of only in lore
    to the rescue they came
    experts adding to their name
    solutions for others to adore

  • Lorenzo Cricchio

    There once was a man from EE
    Who answered all questions with glee.
    He spoke and he sang-
    his heels clicked with a CLANG
    but has yet to get on the TV

  • Lorenzo Cricchio

    ‘Spose *I* can be a man from EE..
    I ride a bike and sport a goatee.
    This GEEKS’ got the look
    and the niche and the nook
    to be wanted by all the ladies!

  • Lorenzo Cricchio

    There once was a man from EE
    who’s voice was pretty high, you see..
    thought if I should ask
    if they were up to the task.
    ‘OF COURSE’ she said, I’m a LADY!

  • paultomasi

    A man sought advice from EE
    About his infected PC
    In just a short time
    With some guidance online
    His Computer is now virus-free

  • RainerJ

    There once was a man from EE
    who tried to help other very hardly
    His answers were clear
    He had nothing to fear
    But the user in front of the PC

  • paultomasi

    An Aborigine once came to EE
    He said he had lost his PC
    When asked “Threw which stick?
    He answered quite quick
    The one in my front USB!

  • paultomasi

    There once was a man from EE
    A previous Microsoft employee
    He always had time
    To help out online
    But his answers weren’t always bug-free

  • Fdiskwizard

    There once was a man on EE
    So very sad was he
    He had an error about a failed host
    He logged into EE to create a post
    Pleading for help from thee

    Can you help me please, I have a real puzzle
    My server seems to be in a real tussle
    As he looked over the answers in earnest
    He tweaked, rebooted, and put them to the test
    Fixed! he shouted, and thanked all for their hustle

  • Brook1966

    EE Staff and Experts, they are the true Prize
    Always helpful and friendly, when my blues arise.
    The questions are fully resolved
    and my problems are dissolved
    not matter how large or small was the size.

  • sdwalker

    Though ExpertsExchange is a smash,
    The domain name did not make a splash.
    Was it aimed for the geek?
    Or a cross-dressing clique?
    … which revealed the dire need for a dash.

    • David Gunderson

      haha

    • Despite all of the rumor and memes
      The domain name is not what it seems
      EE has always had the dash
      But we still get the bash
      Just because others don’t like our team.

    • Bob

      Very good.

    • Congratulations, sdwalker! The judges have chosen your limerick as one of the best 10 limericks for the contest. Please email your EE username and mailing address information to socialmedia@experts-exchange.com to claim your new hat!

  • erniebeek

    There once was a man on EE
    Who said: that hat is for me
    I’ll continue to compete
    ’till my wardrobe is complete
    From my head to below my knee

  • Bob

    A man from down home on the range
    Had a body all covered with mange
    When asked how ‘twas so
    He said it started to grow
    When he joined up with Experts Exchange

  • sdwalker

    Had to post a couple to include my favorite experts in the Excel zone.

    When my excel code is a wreck
    EE is the first place I check.
    But if all the solutions
    still seem so Confucian
    I seek the advice of zorvek.

    When my excel code is a wreck
    EE is the first place I check
    If it’s not been addressed
    then I post my request
    and then hope for teylyn or zorvek

    You’ve opened the box of Pandora
    And your code is all laid out before ya
    Navigate to EE
    Type your most earnest plea
    And hope for the service of rorya

  • Bob

    This not original, penned by W S Gilbert. It’s one of my favourites.
    There was a young man from EE
    Who was stung in the arm by a wasp.
    When they asked, “Does it hurt?”
    He replied, “No, it doesn’t,
    But I’m sure glad it wasn’t a hornet.”

  • Pradeep

    Expert in EE are MIND BLOWING
    Thats why this site is rapidly GROWING
    Though this limerick is for a cap
    what i said is surely not a crap
    If you ask them a question, you can see answers FLOWING & FLOWING..

  • PIDBIT

    There once was a man from EE
    He answered other’s questions Happily
    Aware that due to his being so in the Know
    His points would continue to Grow
    And his membership would continue to be Free.

  • Steve Loumakis

    I used to get mad at EE,
    ‘Cause the answers I had to pay to see
    I then helped out others,
    And met IT brothers,
    Who are as happy to help as me!

  • When the I.T world looks really bleak
    the mother of all problems about to ruin your week
    You post on experts exchange as all other solutions run dry
    Quicker than you can say boo the tears stop, no more need to cry
    An answer! Yes the client will no longer freak

  • Kash

    had a song playing loudly, off the sound blaster
    I was happy I was once an EE Master

    Now I have got more to do
    as now I am a Guru

    got a long way to go to be a Genius from Master

  • There once was a man from EE
    Who smiled as he practiced IT
    The the servers went down,
    So he started to frown,
    Then said “f**K it” and watched the TV

  • John Webb

    EE is the place for IT
    Makes solving your problems easy
    When you think you’re alone
    And you’ve turned every stone
    Someone’s solved the same thing already

  • amenezes0617

    There once was a girl on EE
    Who answered the questions, you see?
    She wasn’t that good
    But did what she could
    To help others who knew less than she

  • Bob Gibson

    An expert from EE named Sembee
    Once tried, as an experiment to see
    If in one calendar year he could show
    Just how high in the ranks he could go
    But Mestha came up short of top three

  • Anees Ur Rahman

    There once was a man from EE
    Problems is what he used to SEE…
    Giving expert suggestions in such a manner,
    That you could never consider him a spammer.
    giving all some time to GLEE

  • Anuradha

    There was once a man from EE
    sharing many solutions partially free
    Once in search of a fine solution
    I came across the EE location
    and finally registered myself as an expert for free.

  • Anuradha

    There was once a man from EE
    Sharing solutions partially free
    Once I needed a fine soluion
    So I came to this EE location
    Registering myself as an expert for free.

  • Milkus

    My mind has been churning all day,
    As I stare at the screen with dismay,
    The task seems too hard,
    An answer too far
    But then EE shows the way!