Re: Opium [was: Re: freelance sysadmining -- superlong -- [WAS: "Red Hat recommends Windows for consumers"]]
On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 05:32:22PM -0600, Hoyt Bailey wrote:
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> From: "Alfredo Valles" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "Debian-User" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 15:00
> Subject: Re: Opium [was: Re: freelance sysadmining -- superlong -- [WAS:
> "Red Hat recommends Windows for consumers"]]
> > >  For those (particularly non-US citizens) who don't know, back
> > > in the mid-1990s, 2 white teenagers from a affluent family walked
> > > into their High School armed with rifles and pistols. They proceed-
> > > ed to blow away those they didn't like, whatever the reason.
> > I have heard a lot about some movie about guns in US called Bowling For
> > Columbine. I haven't see it yet, but friend have told it's very good.
> > Now I know where the name came from.
> You might be interested in the other side. I have owned guns since I was 13
> now 69. Havent shot anyone yet and no plans to do so.
> 1 of 250e6
I think we as a plant need to play a fun game. For one week, everybody
has to in a serious way act the opposite way of what they believe.
Michael Moore and Al Franken need to be on TV fishing and talking bout
shotguns. George Bush needs to lead an abortion rights march. [I can't
think of a bunch of jokes, you get the idea].
Nothing would be learned by this experience. Just for the sheer,
anarchic, nonsensical bizarness of it. Try it. It's fun.