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Re: ooh! debian jewelry

On Thu, 2003-12-11 at 02:30, Monique Y. Herman wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 at 05:01 GMT, Scarletdown penned:
> > 
> > That's pretty cool.  I also recommend this site as well...
> > 
> > http://scotgold.com/acatalog/ScotGold_Catalogue_Linux_Tux_Stuff_2.html
> Ah, some neat stuff, and much more budget-friendly.  But tell me, does
> anyone ever actually wear cufflinks?  I mean, other than to a funeral,
> where probably little penguins wouldn't be greatly appreciated by the
> other mourners.

Cufflinks have actually been making a comeback in the last few years. I
bought a cufflink-friendly dress shirt (i.e. cuffs that fold back) about
a year ago and it's been my favorite shirt ever since.

> I adore the Debian swirl.  I'm planning on getting a ski helmet in the
> next couple of weeks (hoping to get it for Christmas after some
> extensive and explicit hinting), and when I do, I'm going to find a nice
> big swirl sticker and slap that baby on the helmet.
> Mmm, raspberry swirl!  Delicious!

If, next time I go skiing, I see someone wearing a ski helmet with a
Debian swirl on the side of, I'll be sure to say hi. :) (Assuming I can
still form coherent sentences after a full day of wiping out
repeatedly... :)

Alex Malinovich
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