[linux-elitists] Found Haiku Frenzy, part two
Wed Mar 20 13:48:33 PST 2002
Quoting Mr. Bad (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> If you're a whiskey-weird Englishman living in Silicon Valley without
> a car, apparently you can make bad craziness with just about anything.
There was a time when I was astonished to learn of Englishmen named,
e.g., Danny O'Brien. Until I met my boss of fifteen years back,
David Carroll. Now, I realise that anglicism transcends mere geographic
concerns, ancestral connections, etc.
This has has given me a hardly-needed-at-all-but-what-the-heck excuse to
catch up on NTK. Where one finds, among other things, the intelligence
that Network Solutions just sent an invoice to ARIN for... in-addr.arpa.
Cheers, "Learning Java has been a slow and tortuous process for me. Every
Rick Moen few minutes, I start screaming 'No, you fools!' and have to go
email@example.com read something from _Structure and Interpretation of
Computer Programs_ to de-stress." -- The Cube, www.forum3000.org
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