Have a look at his blog and decide for yourself. It looks like MT, smells like MT, and sorta tastes like MT.
Thanks to Brandt for pointing out the site.
But it's his own lack of any comments that confused his co-worker. If the code isn't intuitive, document it.
Come on Tim, don't you know better? Don't blame the language. You can write obscure code and leave it undocumented in any language.
It's July. In the Bay Area. And it rained.
This is rather unusual. But I like it.
(Today is short sentence day. I think.)
Find one of my blog posts. Notice that what I wrote about is no longer true (like a service that no longer works). Ignore the fact that there were other posts indicating that it no longer worked. Post 4 comments asking for help. Mail my personal e-mail address asking for help. Twice. With two different subject lines. Then mail my work account with another one.
Arun Ram Kumaran (firstname.lastname@example.org), welcome to kill file.
UPDATE: Oh, you can also make it worse by posting here with a lame excuse.