Re: I'm not quitting that easy. (Was: Re: I would like to vote also.)
On Sun, Dec 10, 2000 at 03:44:41PM -0800, Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
> It's difficult for an amature to verify the authenticity of out of
> state identification. Even bartenders and police have trouble with
> that... though the cops can at least, potentially, perform a database
> query and get other bits of information that lead to a more probably
> positive ID... Hmmm. What a concept. Hey, Amos Shapirah! What did
> I have for lunch the day you bought lunch for us here in Portland?
> Don't tell it here; ask me to tell you, so you can verify I'm really
> the man in the photo in people.d.o:~karlheg/.
You just don't learn. THAT PROVES NOTHING! Absolutely _NOTHING_! If you
spent a tiny fraction of the time you have spent trying to cheat the
process asking to arrange a keysigning, you'd have ended this weeks ago
and nobody would question whether or not you're fit to be a developer. At
this point, I'm shocked there's any doubt in anyone's mind at all that
James' description seems quite accurate if you ask me.
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