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Re: On new names for "Deity" (Judaism 1.0)

Ok, I know that I posted this before to debian-private, but since this
discussion about diety has come up, I decided it was appropriate to post
this again. (with a few corrections by me)



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Werner Scholz (w_scholz@mercuryin.es) wrote:
: Hi, I'm about to install SCO Unix. But I heard that any
Unix is full
: of daemons or demons. I uninstalled Linux because of
that reason and
: because I had a lot of trouble since having installed it.
: As a Christian user I don't wanna have to do anything
with Satan and
: his daemons. Is the only alternative for me Windows
NT ?

I'm afraid that all platforms have daemons running
To see NT's, right click on the task bar, select "Task
Manager" and you'll see all the programs running in
the background.

The solution to your problem is not to switch to NT but
to upgrade to a new personal operating system that
does not require the fear of daemons.  I recommend
Judaism 1.0 which had been offering an un-advertised
competitive upgrade for the last
6,000 years.  Check your phone directory for the
address of your nearest authorized services center for

There are many other advantages to an upgrade to
Judaism 1.0.
- Thousands of local authorized services centers
- Expert consultant at every services center (rabbi).
- User group meetings every Saturday.
- Advanced Study Centers (Yeshivah).
- Annual reboot ceremony (Yom Kippur).
- Economical.  Does not require a large Vatican MIS
- Flexible development, arguing and porting
- Runs most compatible jobs and careers without

To aid in the upgrade, Judaism 1.0 comes with a
complete documentation package, including:
- Source Code (Torah).
- Translation to English (Old Testament).
- Annotated release notes (Talmud).
- Getting Started guide (Mishna B'rura).

There are some details which must be known before
Due to reliability considerations, multiple personal
operating systems are not supported.  Therefore, the
upgrade is actually a total replacement.  Fortunately,
the tested in-place-upgrade preserves everything and
does not require unloading assets and starting over.

Although there are no license fees, maintenance
charges (tithe) or upgrade charges, donations are
usually requested at the
Saturday user group meetings, and after the annual
reboot ceremony.  There are media charges for printed
Some minor accessories (yamekah, talis (prayer shawl), 
t'fillin (phylacteries) ) may need to be purchased.

Once the Judaism personal operating system is
installed and properly licensed, you are allowed to
make backup copies for all your child processes. 
However, they will be running
"Judaism Lite" until age 12/13 when the full personal
operating system may be safely installed (Bat/Bar Mitzvah).

There are a number of holidays, festivals and events
which may involve some downtime.  These are
explained in the documentation in excruciating details.
 The lunar calendar is non-standard but conversion
utilities are available.

Judaism 1.0 is compatible with both Unix and NT.  It
involves no fear of daemons, numbers (666) or scientific
Many features of the beta versions of Judaism were
cloned by your existing personal operating system. 
Reliability is greatly enhanced by 5,758 years of
experience as compared to only 1,998 years for your
current installation.  This allowed time to do testing
and avoid squabbles over standards as is currently
underway in Ireland.

Judaism 1.0 is an impressively powerful personal
operating system, but with an installed base of only 3%
of the US population.  This small but fanatically loyal
user based has resulted in extremely low turnover. 
This also yields excellent system reliability, honesty,
survivability and high net worth benchmark results.

Having run Judaism 1.0 for the past 49 years, I can
testify as to all the above advantages.  I have never
experienced a system crash, hang, purge or pogrom
that could be attributed to a bug or glitch in the
personal operating system.
I highly recommend installing the upgrade.

                        Jeff Liebermann

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