> On Tue, 22 Oct 2002 19:32:54 GMT, GeneralPF assert()ed:
>> On Tue, 22 Oct 2002 19:30:05 GMT, Anthony Fremont assert()ed:
>>>> On Tue, 22 Oct 2002 17:52:15 GMT, Anthony Fremont assert()ed:
>>>>>> How long until the prize is claimed? (Although it may only be product
>>>>> The article is a little vague on details. I'd sure like to see the
>>>>> specifics and exclusions.
>>>> I'll bet $100 it disallows the installation of third-party software other
>>>> than Microsoft's.
>>> At the very least. They probably have some serious stipulations about
>>> patches, service packs, drivers, peripherals, power requirements, and other
>>> environmental conditions. I bet it's an enormous agreement. It's sure not
>>> going to be paying off like ARRL insurance after a lightening strike.
>> I'd be surprised if you're even allowed to open the can.
> Hell, I'd be surprised if you were even allowed in the server room.
> Or break wind outside the door to the server room.
Or even think about the server.
location, lying in bed asleep 3am....
Stratus = "Hello Matthew"
Matthew = "What the * do you want?"
Stratus = "We know what you have been thinking. You've been thinking about
the server, haven't you? HAVEN'T YOU? now you have lost the chance of
Matthew = "Oh, you must have the wrong person, I'm a Linux user. You must
want Erik, he is 4 blocks down, right under the over-pass"
UNIX is user-friendly; it's just picky about its friends!