On Thu, 30 Sep 1999, Dave Airlie wrote:
>> >> > What's on your desk right now?
> Well everyone else has why not me :-)
Oh, what the hell..........
An Ultra-5 with a 19" monitor covered in post-it notes, a Compaq Presario
with an arabic keyboard, 3 or 4 big folders, half the CORBASEC spec strewn
around the place, a few notebooks and pens, a win95 CD I use as a drinks
coaster, a cardboard box full of power cables, a few printouts marked
"Confidential - Sun Internal Use Only", a Saturn V model with the top
missing, an AT-AT model, a rock, a pair of finger-cuffs and a big
Confederate battle flag hanging from the back wall of my cubicle (soon to
be hanging from the air vent if I can find the string).
> > >> > What don't you leave home without?
>> Brain, it should be in my head when I leave the house ... if not I can get
> in trouble ..
Nah, I normally leave mine at home, I don't really use it at work all that
My Swiss Army knife, my wallet, and a packet of Airwaves.
> > >> > Which cartoon character would you choose as a role model?
I dunno, I don't watch all that many cartoons any more, maybe Eric
Miles (Kieran Colfer)
kcolfer at iol.iekieranc at bigfoot.comhttp://ireland.iol.ie/~kcolfer
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