> > Punctuation and spelling are cheap. But AFAIK they wouldn't be much needed
> > in MacDonalds, and they always seem to be looking for people, and I'm sure
> > they would have some jobs in town.
>> (Actually, the nasty junk food restaurant chain is spelled McDonalds,
> so looks like you wouldn't get a job there!!)
>I thought it was spelt the other way too! Looks like my planned career in
high-quality catering needs a rethink... :)
> What's the difference between using "ne1" and "AFAIK"?
>'AFAIK' is an acronym. 'ne1' is another big word that means "shortening down a
> No offence intended, just think that we should make allowances,
> particularly when it comes to less important things like
> grammar and spelling.
>Well, I apologise for my own comments, but 'ne1' is bordering on "hacker speak",
which I find pathetic and annoying. Probably because I find the people who use
it pathetic and annoying. Probably because one of these little morons hacked my
machine and I'd like to have a word with him/her about it. And I'm not much of a
> In fact, I'd be more irritated by the use of the list as a
> job finder.
>True I guess, but there ain't a jobs at linux.ie list, is there? Is there? I dunno,
I can't check - Indigo, and therefore linux.ie, is offline. If there isn't
though, maybe there should be. Or a biz/jobs list?
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