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Re: dualing banjos

Thanks for the e-mail.

But what about the effect of have a super conducting
di-lithium crystal sub-lattice?  Wouldn't this
resonate and cause multi variable vibrations down to
the molecular level?  

I mean, the whole thing here is to show the ultimate
differences between the Linux kernel and the kernels
found when using multiple banjos.  This research was
supported by Dr. Rimulak in his infamous "Kernal VS
Banjo - A Duality?".  This is a must read!


Subject: Re: dualing banjos 

--- "Jaldhar H. Vyas" <jaldhar@debian.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, Keith G. Murphy wrote:
> > So far, the Linux kernel only supports single, not
> dual banjos.  
> > 
> > There is, however, a patch available that will
> make the 2.2 kernel
> > support up to 15 banjos.
> > 
> > The 2.4 kernel, of course, will support any number
> of banjos.  (Well,
> > 65535, but who needs more than that?)  :-)
> > 
> Although both Solaris and windows 2000 currently
> outpace Linux in sheer
> numbers of banjos supported a key point to consider
> is Linux is more
> portable.  You can build a beowulf cluster that
> supports foghorns, bagpipes
> and cats in heat along with your banjos.  A team at
> IBM is currently
> trying to port the Linux Kernel to Britney Spears
> but it is highly
> experimental and the system may never be stable
> under such hostile
> conditions.
> -- 
> Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar@debian.org>

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