That sounds like me.... Mind you I only have one cell phone but its small
and the Pilot is present and correct. Most of my gadgets are audoi visual
in nature. Keeps me happy though (sigh)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: adam beecher [mailto:adam at iewebs.com]
> Sent: Friday, May 19, 2000 1:30 AM
> To: ILUG
> Subject: RE: [ILUG] Bootable business cards
>>> > No, you shouldn't. But I blame Adam - he started it :-)
>> Sorry, but I feel no guilt - Fudgies Come First(tm).
>> > Anyway, WTF is a fudgie - I know various meanings, one rude (guess),
>> > and one automotive (term of endearment for a Fiat 500) but I don't
> > know anyway which could apply to BBCs.
>> A fudgie is a gadget, a doo-dah, a thingy, a wotsit. VMware
> is a fudgie, as are
> the wotsits you see when you travel down Tottenham Court Road
> in London
> (drooling), and pretty much anything cool you see on the
> shopping channels
> (until you open the box and find it's made of the cheapest
> materials in the
> world, and breaks when you pick it up). I, therefore, am a
>> A fudgieholic can be recognised primarily by the number of
> cellphones on his
> desk*. If there's more than one, it's a borderline case. More
> than two, you've
> got a fudgieholic on your hands. The smaller the phones, the
> farther down the
> path to fudgieholism the person has progressed. And if one of
> them is a Nokia 9
> series, or connected to a palmtop, or there's a 3Com Palm on
> the desk, it's
> chronic fudgieholism, and incurable.
>> Give me a little black box with an LED, and a dinky little
> switch, and you won't
> hear a word out of me for several hours. Fudgies are my blankie.
>>> * Or forcibly occupied dining room table.
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