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Re: Totally off-subject ( And now for something Completely different)

On Fri, May 15, 1998 at 11:32:11PM +0100, John_Gay@3com.com wrote:
> Forgive my posting this here, but . . .

Well I for one can find it in my heart to forgive you :)

> As I was wondering aimlessly around the sites of the people on this list
> looking for hints and tips for a Linux 'virgin', I happened across a Video
> file of Bill Gates' premiere of Windows98 ( The Crash of '98). I had saved
> the file but one of my workmate deleted it thinking it may have been
> something else. 

Sounds cool...well not the deleting thing

>Now I can't remember where I found it and EVERYONE is
> looking for it from Me?!?! 

um well..add me to the list...if you do happen to find it...let me know where!

>So, if you have a copy, or know someone who has
> a copy, or heard of someone why knows someone who has a copy, OR know
> someone who heard of someone who saw someone who looked like someone who .
> . . where was I???

No Comment :)
> Anyway, you get the Idea. I will be eternally grateful and will continue to
> spread the word about Linux. ( I will anyway, Am I starting to sound like a
> religious cult follower yet? ) Thanks again.

Hmmm you know....I work for a company which is a big Micro$oft shop...
Windows NT everywhere...very few of us Linux users (but I know a couple)
I sorta noticed im like that when I start to say something and all of a 
sudden someone finishes my sentance with something about
me not liking Microsoft :) (or praising linux)
It is sorta like when I guy asked to see my resume cuz he was looking for
someone to fill a position which included running and programming
on a Windows NT system....
I replied to him and he said "I caution you that operating systems are
not religions"
You know he is right...they are much more important :)
just so this is not TOTTALLY off topic (tho this is debian user 
discussion list so...I supode we are debian users and
we are discussing...)
anyay...what format was this Movie in?
and...are there any GOOD (and of course free) programs for
playing files of this type for linux (preferably under
I am psecifically thinking .mov format...but others are important too
(I have soxmas.mov on a CD...I don't wanna make a partition 
and install Win95 and duel boot for the sole purpose 
of watching South Park "SPirit of Christmass" but...
if I have to I will (it is worth it ;) )
** Stephen Carpenter ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** sjc@delphi.com **
"We must respect the other fellow's religion, but only in the sense and
 to the extent that we respect his theory that his wife is beautiful
 and his children smart."
-- H. L. Mencken (1880-1956) 

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