[Beowulf] Re: Religious wars

Robert G. Brown rgb at phy.duke.edu
Wed Jul 23 13:48:03 PDT 2008

On Tue, 22 Jul 2008, Peter St. John wrote:

> Fair enough, I'll settle for Gary Oldman. We'll let RGB have Anthony
> Hopkins.

No, no, no.  John Malkovitch.

The resemblance is actually fairly striking.  Bald, pudgy, whiny
sardonic voice, sexy as all hell.  Might even fool my wife...;-)


> Peter
> On 7/22/08, John Hearns <john.hearns at streamline-computing.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, 2008-07-22 at 16:19 -0400, Bob Drzyzgula wrote:
>>> But I don't understand... if resources aren't an issue (and
>>> certainly they haven't been for at least a decade, since
>>> BIOSs started supporting El Torito) and systems programmers
>>> are *not* more likely to be vi users than emacs users,
>>> would't we be seeing emacs on more live and rescue CDs by
>>> now? I'm curious as to how the vi conspiracy effects its
>>> apparent influence... :-) :-) :-)
>> We have our methods.
>> Let's just say that the dental probe I carry around for freeing the
>> latches on Infiniband cables has.... other uses.
>> ps. when Dan Brown's book on the Vi Conspiracy is made into a movie I
>> bags Jean Reno to play me.
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