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"zeruch [Joseph Estevao Arruda]" wrote:
> How about a guy who was an alter boy for 6 years, a liturgist for 7, and
> 12 years of Jesuit and Marianist indoctrination...?
> ;)
> z
> John McDonnell wrote:
> >
> > On Fri, 29 Jun 2001, Don Werve wrote:
> >
> > > remember the cardinal rule -- "If it doesn't work, throw linux at it;
> > > and if linux doesn't work, call a priest."
> >
> > tell me though, was the Catholic pun intentional? ;)
> > Now all we need are Linux using priests...
> >
> > johnmc.
> --
> Joseph Estevao Arruda   |       www.valinux.com
> Corporate Alchemist     |       www.sourceforge.net
> VA Linux Systems        |       www.linux.com
> z at valinux dot com    |       www.enlightenment.org
> +1.510.683.6730         |       www.osdn.com

Hmmm...can you mix good martinis? (This is extrememly important).

Don Werve <donw@examen.com>
Jr. Unix System Administrator

"Fear is the mind-killer." (Frank Herbert)

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