[OT] FAQ Mod Quotes -- (updated: Sweetmorn, the 67th day of Bureaucracy in the YOLD 3171) - Slackware

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  1. [OT] FAQ Mod Quotes -- (updated: Sweetmorn, the 67th day of Bureaucracy in the YOLD 3171)


    FAQ Mod Quotes -- (updated: Sweetmorn, the 67th day of Bureaucracy in
    the YOLD 3171)

    Sample Mod Quote:

    +----------------------------------------------------------------------+

    when you have a problem, the right way to go about solving it is to
    find out what exactly the problem is. anything else will lead to
    wasted time, even if you do manage to accidentally solve it, because
    you will not have learned *why* whatever you did turned out to be a
    solution.
    From: Joost Kremers
    %
    +----------------------------------------------------------------------+

    Every so often you will see a post letting people know that an
    updated Best of alt.os.linux.slackware Fortune Mod is available
    for download. The url is:


    This fortune mod is a collection of quotes either seen on AOLS
    or by AOLS regulars that were deemed so wise, funny, inflammatory
    or any combination of those that they were submitted for inclusion.

    Please take the time to follow the guidelines at the URL above
    and see to it that there will be a next release, as others have
    done to make the past releases possible.




  2. Re: [OT] FAQ Mod Quotes -- (updated: Sweetmorn, the 67th day of Bureaucracy in the YOLD 3171)



    Your Mod Quotes file has several places where the (correct)
    name Roger Maynard is spelled as (incorrect) Roger Manyard.

    URL: http://groups.google.com/groups/sear...=Search+Groups
    URL: http://www.google.com/search?q=dranyamr&sa=N&tab=gw
    URL: http://www.ask.com/web?q=dranyamr&o=0&l=dir&jss=0
    URL: http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=dra...iscqry=&fr=sfp
    URL: http://www.cuil.com/search?q=dranyamr
    URL: http://groups.google.com/group/news....9?dmode=source

    The last URL above is a newsgroup post has some very interesting strings in it.
    (Please note that "dranyamr" is "R. Maynard" spelled backwards.)
    "realtomargarino@gmail.com" "roger.maynard.justlinux.ca" "roger@dranyamr.justlinux.ca"
    "dranyamr1.justlinux.ca" "dranyamr2.justlinux.ca" "dranyamr3.justlinux.ca"
    "dranyamr4.justlinux.ca" "dranyamr5.justlinux.ca" "newsletter-roger=justlinux.ca@career-digest.com"


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