On Saturday 18 September 2004 20:01, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Gerald (geraldl at cybertek.co.za):
> > Hi all my Irish Brothers (and sisters)
>> Well, what about us Norwegian-Americans, eh? I didn't know we were a
> brotherhood; I thought we were an autonomous collective.
Well the ILUG may not be a brotherhood, but the *Irish* are. The poster did
not say my Linux brothers, so if you are not Irish you are free to ignore the
post as it was not directed at you.
PS: Only replying as I've nothing better to do.
> Come and see the violence inherent in the system! Help! Help! I'm
> being repressed!
> Cheers, "Where I come from, there's nothing in the 'middle of the
> road' Rick Moen but a yellow line and dead armadillos."
>rick at linuxmafia.com -- Jim Hightower, Texas Commissioner of
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