Quoting ben <email@example.com>:
> On Friday 08 February 2002 06:33 am, Paul 'Baloo' Johnson wrote:
> > On Fri, 8 Feb 2002, Jeremy Gaddis wrote:
> > > And wouldn't it be nice if none of us had to lock our
> > > doors, put bars over our windows, or install burglar
> > > alarms on our homes? In a perfect world...
> > I live in a rough part of Portland and I never lock the doors or the
> > (and thanks to my roommate loosing my car keys at @Home Beaverton on
> > last day of work before starting a new job, I had to remove the
> > lock, not a pretty sight. It starts with a screwdriver. But then
> > again, who's going to steal a 1984 Buick Skylark with a YARD DEBRIS
> > recycling can sticker, Friends don't let friends use AOL
> > and metric instrumentation and 219,000 kilometers on it in Oregon?)
> > Oh yeah, don't move to Oregon. Portland's full and we have
> > rednecks, in central/eastern Oregon, its always dark and raining,
> > traffic's so bad public transit will get you anywhere faster than
> > driving usually. 8:oP
> no wonder portland's full; it sounds perfect. btw, living in fear is a
> side effect of using all windon't apps. i mean, let's be fair; he's not
> wrong about the mailer.
Excuse me? Living in fear? Fear of what? I'm not in fear of
anything regarding my Windows machines.
Jeremy L. Gaddis <firstname.lastname@example.org>