Makes me wonder if assembly programmers have refrigerators or if they still have the ice man deliver a block of ice for their icebox. Do you have a CD player or still insist on 72 RPM vinyls? Did you ever get one of those new fangled transistor radios, or does yours still run on tubes?

The point I am trying to make is that these purist assembly language programmers sound like a bunch of old fogeys. They all have the same stupid story: "When I was your age, we didn't have any new fangled, fancy smancy OOP programming languages. We all had 8086s with 128K memory, and we coded our programs in assembly language, and I didn't hear anyone complaining! You had a hard drive if you were lucky!" It's like heaven forbid that programming should be made easier, life made more convenient.