George landed his first computer programming position and he was thrilled.
His father, Colin, although a stranger to the field, shared George’s enthusiasm and welcomed him at the door when he arrived home after his first day, inquiring, "What did you do at work today?" He listened intently while George explained in great detail his eight hours of COBOL, binary code and JCL errors.
When George arrived home the following night, once again his father, Colin, was waiting at the front door. "So," he greeted George, "what did you have for lunch today?"