Re: [OT] Naming Schemes
On 3/6/08, Ron Johnson <email@example.com> wrote:
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On 03/05/08 20:29, Andrew Sackville-West wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 05, 2008 at 04:24:28PM -0600, Ron Johnson wrote:
>> Disgusting Scots food.
>> $ uname -n
> my 7 year old named the G3 iMac reborn into a sid machine: Crusher
> I just don't understand 7 year old girls, and it doesn't get any
> better as they grow up, but kudos to her for a great name...
As is That Which Makes Big Cars Into Small Piles? Or Wil Weaton's
My daughter would have named it after a My Little Pony, or a Fairy.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
"The kniiife..., the kniiife... The life of the wife is ended
by the knife."
Stewie Griffin & Eliza Pinchley
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heh, my little pony? If/when I have kids I would expect they'd be more likely to name them after apocalypse ponies than the originals.
That being said, one satelite office of my last company had all their servers named after simpsons characters while ours were all from the Adams family. Lurch was our workhorse testing box, Gomez may have been more fitting given its size but lurch always seemed to get more done (he was an H50 btw).
We may get older, sure, but we don't have to be 'grown ups'.