| On Sunday 18 January 2004 kevin lyda and John Allen exchanged:
| > [ ... ] Ah I remember the good old days, when Internet News
| > was almost exclusively about flaming.
| > yeah, those were the days. you could make dinner for the
| > computing lab by putting burgers on thicknet and firing up rn.
| > rn, rn philistine, tin rules.
| > yeah, yeah, and i bet you use tcsh and emacs too.
| > Nay though I walk in the valley of darkness, I shall turn the
| > other cheek and not bash you with my gvim.
`g'? `m'? for that matter, `vi'? and `internet news?'
surely you jest, you mean `ed' and `uucp' and `b-news';
The Art of Roasting Anyone Who Dared to Post (the fewer
the bytes the better).
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