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Old 24th July 2008
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The second picture was funny, but I can't see myself actively seeking these images out... they've started a trend of weird people.
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RFC 1149 - Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams on avian carriers

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RAID explained.

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FreeBSD ZFS-Man

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The message you have entered is too short....
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Hey that's more than just funny!!
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Superstitious people are a funny breed, I proudly own a cute black cat...
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"That an electric fan chops up all the oxygen particles in the air leaving none to breathe. This explanation violates mass conservation and well-known properties of molecules and gases."

c'mon ...
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Sings, "I ain't superstititious/But a black cat crossed my path" (Then goes into air guitar imitating a late 1960's album by Jeff Beck, with heavy wah wah--described by Beck on the album notes as his guitar being sick.
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Hey! You stole my air guitar!
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You know my brother is an airguitar player on a ``professional'' level? He participated in the Dutch championship (Yes, apparently there are championships for these kind of things).
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That reminds me of this

Code:
One day two programmers are plotting revenge against our new alien overlords, did I say overlords, I meant protectors!


Programmer One: "We're dealing with an infinitely more advanced race of begins here!"
Programmer Two: "I know exactly what we are dealing with"
Programmer One: "Don't be a fool, a virus written on our systems couldn't possible harm them"
Programmer Two: "After the invasion, Microsoft sold them two copies of XP 64-Bit per 128-Bit CPU"
Programmer One: "They must be stupid, everyone knows you need four copies of XP 32-Bit  for that!"
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Which reminds me of:
http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~omri/Humor/WindowsTrek.html
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Haha, that one is priceless Carpetsmoker :-)

Thanks for bringing it up
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heh, many years ago I used to have this website which plagiarized star trek jokes from the net.

Anyway, I see DrJ made the news today (flash needed for video):
http://jalopnik.com/398496/toothless...its-newsworthy
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*grin*

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yeah that Trek stuff is priceless. but then again, is it really from a non_ms_hater perspective?
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