Personal patches

Greg 'groggy' Lehey grog at
Thu Jan 1 21:36:16 PST 2004

On Friday,  2 January 2004 at 15:25:22 +1000, Stephen McKay wrote:
> I've finally had to edit the fortunes file to remove stuff that is so bad
> that I physically cringe whenever I see it.  No matter how I try, I just
> can't see the funny side of it.  Yes, it's in the "potentially obscene"
> section, alongside the funniest stuff in the fortunes database.  But there
> are limits.
> Anyway, today I added a new patch to my list of essential FreeBSD fixes:
> I deleted everything by Rush Limbaugh.  That guy just can't do humour.  It
> doesn't work as satire, or even parody.  It's just awful.
> Would anybody object if I commited this one?

I think the answer would have to be "yes".  Though I personally agree
with you about its usefulness, the whole thing about the potentially
offensive fortunes is, of course, that they might offend.  Somebody
else might like them.  I don't think that anybody should play censor

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