[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
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...;-)
> 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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