Many things

From: Ram Meenakshisundaram <RMeenaks_at_OLF.COM>
Date: Fri Jan 28 15:56:23 2005

>> You just ignore the lawyers and go on with life.
> No, don't ignore them, shoot them. AK47 does wonders against lawyers. I
have yet to meet a lawyer with any combat skills whatsoever. Lawyers are
> cowards hiding their sorry asses behind pigs (cops). But there are more
of us than there are pigs! If every freedom-loving civilian took a gun and
> the first cop he met, we can get rid of pigs in no time, since there are
so many more of us than there are of them, and take our planet back!

I totally agree!

> No, Ram doing ClassicCmp'ing on company time is not a sin, it's a very
commendable act. Stealing corporate time and giving it to Worthy Causes For
> People is noble and valiant.
> The problem is why is Ram using the corporate mail account?? Ram, install
4.3BSD-Quasijarus on your VAX (you have a VAX, don't you?), get a 56K leased

> line for it, and E-mail from that!

Friday's are really slow and for a pencil pusher like me, its extremely slow
;-) I reality, I usually send me personal emails (mailing lists, etc) to my
corporate account as it is eaiser to deal with. Not really a sin here as
they are very cool about it. And for reading classiccmp during working
hours, it helps during the extremely LARGE compilation times (close to two
hours) if have. Compiling our application takes a LONG time. Beats
twiddling my thumbs. I don't have a VAX, but I have been meaning to finish
up my standalone transputer workstation one of these days. Has access to
the net, mail, X, and the like (through Helios). One of these days.. :-(



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