Re: I'm feeling daft today.
>> > (For clarity: I'm not being serious here. I do sortof think it
>> > strange that debain-dissent dissenters were thrown off of
>> > debian-dissent, though).
>> > In case you are wondering: I'll be going to "Youp van 't Hek"
>> > this evening, a well-known dutch Comedian. Maybe that's why I'm
>> > in this teasing mood. Or, maybe it's because of the very fine weather
>> > over here. I don't know.
>> My diagnosis is that you have been hanging out on debian-dissent for a tad
>> too long and have picked up a virus. This was more or less inevitable
>> unless you have one of those thick skins possessed by core dissenters.
>> An hour's peddling on a bicycle can do wonders for body and mind, so take
>> advantage of the weather and make sure that the coast is still where it
>> used to be.
Ahh, the coastline! It does wonders everytime! And a little of exercise (20km or so..)
only does good. But you must remember to eat well, or then your ears will get blocked -
you don't hear everything. You must eat!, eat! eat!
>> And stay away from cold, windy places in future.
Hmm. Windshield (or however that is pronounced) factor of -120 degrees of celsius is
a interesting state of enviroment. If you're prepared youre ok, otherwise dead in 15 minutes.
>> > --
>> > joost witteveen, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Lindsay Allen <email@example.com> Perth, Western Australia
>> voice +61 8 9316 2486 32.0125S 115.8445E vk6lj
"A little rain and storm makes things only more interesting"
- Ltn. Pokkinen, Gyltö 1994, The night that Estonia went down.
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