Was it Paul Jakma who wrote on Friday 01 February 2002 13:01:
> On Fri, 1 Feb 2002, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> > to the slowest site in the world; that's what I need. I remind all still
> > reading this is under windoze, not a versatile os like linux.
>> ermm.. would this kind of stuff not be far more suitable for
> technobabble on redbrick.dcu.ie?
It probably would, and thanks for the link, and sorry if I disturbed your
peace. The ability of the Irish to think up a dodge never ceases to amaze me,
however, and I now have a flood of useful tricks to keep the young fellow
happy. Thanks to all who replied, and for all the dodges. To those who don't
go for this thread, (Which I can hereby terminate with gratitude) try to see
it as spice on a meal - a little is good, but not too much.
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