9.2-PRE: switch off that stupid "Nakatomi Socrates"
mazhe at alkumuna.eu
Mon Sep 30 13:51:19 UTC 2013
Le 30 sept. 2013 à 01:54, Ricardo Ferreira <ricardo.ferreira at sotechdatacenter.com.br> a écrit :
> Em 29-09-2013 19:11, Charles Sprickman escreveu:
>> On Sep 29, 2013, at 3:28 PM, C. P. Ghost wrote:
>>> On 28.09.2013 11:32, Phil Regnauld wrote:
>>>> Teske, Devin (Devin.Teske) writes:
>>>>> If you work seriously on serious issues long enough... you'll become burned-
>>>>> out. Let me just come right out and say it...
>>>>> I coded it.
>>>> And thanks, you got me chuckling - nice to see some humor once in a while.
>>>> To the offended poster: read the last line of tunefs(8) - there's probably
>>>> many more places you could use serious time looking for deviations from
>>>> corporate correctnes.
>>> Humor can even be etched in silicon, like e.g. on an IC created by Siemens:
>> Cisco too, besides weird Star Wars ROM messages, you have stuff like the
>> "BFR" (Big F*cking Router, after Big F*cking Gun in Doom) screened on the PCB:
>> I have no idea what Sluggo and Nancy are doing on this board:
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> keep it cool.... u have others like:
> man chmod...
> There is no perm option for the naughty bits of a horse.
> and so many others. So...
I find strange nobody mentioned the one in make :)
% make love
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