OT My old neighborhood



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Re: OT My old neighborhood

Postby niggnog » Sat, 13 Dec 2003 15:42:52 GMT

That is the yiddish name, yes.

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1.[OT] Old wintroll ytalk logs...

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 XXXX@XXXXX.COM : Those round earth people are lunatics, we should
constantly point out how stupid they are in public.

 XXXX@XXXXX.COM : No doubt, we should go down to the town
square whenever one of them dares speak of their 'proofs' we shall have
centuries of Independant(tm) scholars to quote!

 XXXX@XXXXX.COM : Nay, we should gather and constantly proclaim
we are there to refute their lies, so as not to let the citizenry become

 XXXX@XXXXX.COM : Ahh, my faithful brethren, we must use ALL
of these tactics if we are to succeed.
Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (MingW32)


2.[OT] Sophomoric 15 Year Old Humour

3.slightly OT - OLD laptop

Bought my mother a Zenith laptop with dual floppies (8086 processor) about
17 years ago. Anyone have any suggestions about whether it might be
possible to replace the mobo, add a hard drive and have a (low resolution)
decently powerful laptop? Any pointers to sources for components would be

4.OT: century-old misinformation [was Kensington 4-button "Expert Mouse" trackball -- an apparent anomaly]

On 2005-07-18, Stan Goodman < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:
> Now that it's been bought by that Utah company, perhaps they're all busy 
> with all those wives.

Haven't you heard?  Plural marriage has not been practiced
by any significant group in Utah for more than 100 years.
There are a few tiny splinter groups, but there are such
people and groups in many other states.

Wow, I guess some people just don't stay current...

Robert Riches
(Yes, that is one of my email addresses.)

5.OT thirty-year-old Linux prophecy

Thirty years ago Steven Kellogg published a document predicting the 
current mess perpetrated by SCO Group.

The document is "The Island of the Skog" and it is cleverly disguised as 
a children's book (all good prophesies are shrouded in mystery). He also 
changed one letter in the protagonist's name to avoid charges of IP 
rights infringement.

The document describes a group of mice who seek freedom from oppression. 
They sail away and discover an island that is paradise. However, they 
soon find that paradise is threatened by a horrible monster -- the Skog. 
The mice are terrified of the Skog until they get a peek beneath its 
frightful exterior and discover that inside is -- not much at all.

Amazon will sell you a copy of this priceless bit of IT history for US$6.99.

My apologies if this is old news to you folks.

Kevin Hales
Catalpa Technology, Inc.
302 E. Davis St. Ste 211
Culpeper, VA 22701

6. OT: remove older Kernel files?

7. Slightly OT. How to import an old kmail file in kmail

8. [OT] About running Linux on Windows (See: old thread: LBW)

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