Today's classic WTF is an M.C. Escheresque journey into design that just... isn't... right.  This is the kind of code you'd expect to see scrawled on the walls of an asylum full of developers.  Without futher ado, here's the classic WTF of the day!

SQL XML? Pssh, been there, done that.

SQL HTML? Now you're talking! Who needs an N-Tier architecture when you just generate your entire website in Stored Procedures? It's real easy and efficient, as Nicolai A. Kollner's colleague demonstrates:

And on a personal note, I want to thank everyone for all of the reminders that the WTFs this week are all reposts.  Thanks for keeping me up to date during Classic WTF week.

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