Woogie woogie, actually you god-damn pedant, is a quote from G. Marx in A Night at the Opera or in fact any small child playing monsters behind the sofa. Woogie woogie! Come one folks: let's all say it together. Woogie woogie! You'd never know Ubuntu might name one of its releases Woogie Troll in our honour.
Actually take any distro name and double it and you got an effective scare (except for suse-suse, that's a bit more pervy than scarey).
From: "Conor Wynne" <nospam at conorwynne.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 17:16:51
To:"Ian Spillane" <ian.spillane at betelgeux.com>
Cc:Ian Spillane <ian.spillane at betelgeux.com>, ILUG Users Group <ilug at linux.ie>
Subject: Re: [ILUG] [way OT] Word 2003 problems...
If you are having word problems, then install Linux & openoffice and then
try your question again. Sure just try OO on doze even.
> Ian (woogie woogie)
I believe "woogie, woogie" was from battlestar galactica.
And it was a daggit, not a troll.
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