Many thanks to Hanzík for the Czech translations!
To mark the solemn occasion of the two-hundredth case being entered into the annals of the Temple, I asked the nun Yíwen to prepare for me a long, informative, and heavily-footnoted treatise on the history of the Boolean data type. To my dismay I received this bit of doggerel instead. Many apologies to those of you who came here seeking edification.—Qi.
you / me,
girl / boy,
yes / no,
live / dead,
strong / frail,
quick / slow,
at each allegedly opposing pair,
that almost nothing
For words—like floats and ints and bools—
providing only crude approximation
And any string of words, however nice,
while at worst may be tragically misleading
sane / mad,
left / right,
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*Many thanks to Stephen Loftus-Mercer and David Kotsonis for pointing out some tpyos. I mean typso. I mean things I spelled wrong.