On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 12:09:51PM -0400, Greg Folkert wrote: > On Mon, 2003-08-04 at 03:47, Alex Malinovich wrote: > > On Mon, 2003-08-04 at 01:18, Greg Folkert wrote: > > --snip-- --snip-- --snip-- --and snip some more-- > > > > Please tell me that you didn't, in fact, just type that all out by hand? > > That's got to be quite hard on the fingers and terribly un-amusing to > > boot. Why, one might go so far as to postulate that it would be even > > worse than dealing with a dead parrot. But enough of this. I have things > > I must attend to in my own, particular..... > > > > Idiom, sir? > > > > Idiom! > > > > <cue the coconut halves> > > > > p.s. And don't worry about how we got the coconuts either! :) > > Nobody expects the "Spanish Inquisition"... and in fact, 'ow do 'ou know > 'es a King? > > Yes, I did. Just now. I did. > > I was pining for the fjord... What kind of talk is this? I've got a licence for my pet mutt Eric, and I've got a licence for my pet cat Eric. Can't be caught out now! - You don't need a licence for your bleedin' cat! I bleedin' well do, and I've got one! Look, wassat then? - That is an MS-DOS licence with 'type' crossed out and 'cat' written on in crayon. Man didn't have the right <form>. - What man? The man from the spam detector van... My theory is that all spam has spoofed headers at one end, much, MUCH more rubbish in the middle, and a clicky link thing at the other. -- Pigeon Be kind to pigeons Get my GPG key here: http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x21C61F7F * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * NNNN NNNN IIIIII !! * * NNNN NN II !!!! * * NN NN NN II !!!! * o * NN NN NN II !! * OOO * NN NN NN II !! * OO I OO * NN NN NN II * OO I OO * NNNN NNNNN IIIIII !! * OO I OO * * OOOOOO I OOOOOO * * * * * * * * * * * * O OIO O * * O * OIO * O * * O OIO O * * OO O OO * * O _____ O * * OO OO * * * O OOOOOOO O .oO ##### Oo.
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