blchupin at iinet.net.au
Wed Jul 28 13:27:48 UTC 2010
On 28/07/10 19:47, Stephen Michael Kuhn wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Jul 2010 07:41:27 pm Basil Chupin wrote:
>> I am not interested in finding some 'irony' or anything else here, or
>> I just cannot afford to waste my time in finding anything in your posts.
>> I have to tell you that you can stop wasting your time in typing
>> anything in this mail list, or any other for that matter, because from
>> this moment on anything coming from you which hits my system is going
>> straight into the lavatory.
> Something has been learned here today, Bas.
Do you really think that someone learnt something today? I wonder.
> Filters are *GOOD* things, true?
Depends on which end of the filter you're sitting at.
> And that we all have the ability to make choices in our lives, in our
> world(s). We have chosen to use linux. We have chosen to fix our own issues
> and seek out advice from others like us. We have chosen to wear our socks on
> the wrong feet. It's all good. (If you've got feet, that is - and if you
> don't, well, you can wear socks on hands - they're nearly mittens).
Funny that you should mention mittens. I was only thinking yesterday
that I still have, sitting in the camphor chest, the rabbit fur mittens
I wore when I was 5 years old. What a strange coincidence.
> At the end of the day, smile - and be thankful you're not Karl.
Nope, we won't go there. Karl is OK. A bit confused, but OK. A bit of a
pain in the arse, but OK. When a person gets to his age he is entitled
to be eccentric.
A man kept complaining about not having shoes to wear - until he saw a man with no legs.
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