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Re: ESR wishes to retire

On Mon, Mar 29, 1999 at 06:20:14PM -0500, Phillip R. Jaenke wrote:
> Not to be outdone, especially after today[1], you can find
> http://www.nls.net/mp/prj/take-my-job-please.txt
> I only wish it weren't somewhat serious. ;P
> [1] Let's see.. new car[2] took a rock in the windshield, new car got
> *SCRATCHED!* *hisssnarlspit*, I was told I'm to train someone in SQL on
> Linux, my choice of servers. I don't know SQL at all. They moved me to a
> bigger office and totally screwed up my phone so I missed a lot of calls..
> ooog.

I don't think I'm speaking for only myself when i say "We dont care!".
Honestly, I doubt anyone is in the least bit interested to hear rambling
about your personal life at least 10 times a day here on -devel.

> [2] Mitsubishi 3000GT Twin Turbo 6 speed stick w/sunroof, CD, and all the
>     other goodies. Even mudflaps! I wish I could get custom temporary
>     tags, so I didn't have to wait on 'CHMD 755.' :)

*bows down and worships the almight prj* 
Really, you are not impressing anyone by bragging about all this hardware

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Could you make that .sig a little longer? I think the minimum length is 20
pages or so.

Stephen Crowley
Debian GNU/Linux - http://www.debian.org

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