> Subject: [ILUG] linux in the world series...
> Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 23:00:17 -0500
> From: kevin lyda <kevin at suberic.net>
> To: irish linux users group <ilug at linux.ie>
>> just saw an ibm linux ad in game three of the world series. while not
> the tv ad showcase that the super bowl is over here, there are a lot
> of viewers. the ad had two business execs calling the cops and then
> bringing them into an empty server room to show them where the stolen
> servers were. then an it guy pops up and explains that they were all
> replaced by an ibm ebusiness server running linux, ponting at a file
> cabinet sized box in the far corner.
>>  comments on the series name should go to social. yes, that means
> you paul.
The series was origanally sponsored by a newspaper, called the New York
World (or The something World) and the name World Series stuck.
(Tried Google, tried Encyclopedia Britannica and www.worldseries.com and
http://www.everything2.com/ but cant backup this statement)
Besides we all know Americans dont know much about Geography (dont ask
me to name the 32 counties, im also crap at Geography).
"What do mean the biggest one isnt America!"
"Sir, thats the USSR."
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