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Re: [vox-tech] Re: OpenBSD and Security

Ummm.... it's "skirts" with a 'k', not "shirts" with an 'h' :)


On Fri, 13 Apr 2001, Deja User wrote:

> Peole who buy pink shirts suck eggs, blue shirts are far more secure,
> scaleable and are easier to administer. I hear Korean blue shirts are
> audited stitch-by-stitch to ensure the integritiy of the system if
> someone attempts to hack one up. Given that the color of the shirt is
> the only variable, I'd choose the blue shirt every time. It is my
> understanding that blue shirts have been around far longer than pink
> shirts and have justifiably proven their worth as measured by ROI.
> Besides that, pink shirts are nothing but a variation on the basic red
> shirt, which even in and of itself, is no match for a blue shirt. Pink
> shirt buyers are hopelessly deluded. Sure, pink is splashy and new and
> supports all the latest accessories, but blue shirts are well-known as
> the standard for real-world use (they don't make work shirts blue for
> no reason at all). ; )
> (Here's a Korean saying: If it's the
> >same price, choose the pink skirt.)
> >
> >-Mark
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> --== Sent via Deja.com ==--
> http://www.deja.com/

Mark K. Kim
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