Verified Commit 380926f3 authored by Ansgar's avatar Ansgar

Remove inappropriate quotes

While it seems that calling people "assholes" is neccessary to uphold
the Code of Conduct (and the same it probably true for calling them
"INCOMPETENT FUCKMONKEYS"), it is fine to keep that to the debian-p*
mailing lists.
parent 84693ce9
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<drow> Hmm, that was a nice short bug report.
<drow> to submit@: "strdup(NULL) segfaults" to -done@: "Yes, go away"
[...]
<Kamion> how did he pass T&S? sheer bloody-mindedness?
[...]
<drow> Good attention to detail?
<drow> Masking of psychopathic tendencies?
* drow shrugs
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<DanielS> the people love me
<Joy> like pneumonia
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test.c:5: `long long long' is too long for GCC
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http://yro.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=91696&cid=7890274
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<Joy> argh.
<Joy> i accidentally banned all mails to the bts that had 'ossi' in them
<Joy> "possible" etc
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<http://www.livejournal.com/users/mjg59/2003/12/24/>
Wednesday, December 24th, 2003
3:34 pm
Dear PC World,
1) The most common chipset used in Pentium-II machines is the Intel 440BX. It is also relatively common in slower P-IIIs, and is approximately identical to the 440MX (a one-chip version aimed at laptops).
2) The 440BX has the interesting feature of only being able to address up to 128MBit density RAM. This is a relatively widely known issue.
3) Simple maths suggests that if you have a 128MB DIMM with 4 chips on it, they are likely to be 256MBit parts.
4) Marking said DIMMs as being suitable for Pentium-IIs is therefore really indescribably stupid, you wankwits. Please fuck off and die in a great big chemical fire before I get back there to beat you.
Love,
Matthew.
PS,
Die. No, really.
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<http://www.livejournal.com/users/mjg59/2003/11/12/>
Wednesday, November 12th, 2003
2:43 am
It's true that you learn something new every day. Yesterday I discovered that playdough is electrically conductive. I also discovered that RAM becomes unhappy if all of its pins are joined together with electrically conductive material.
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<http://www.livejournal.com/users/mjg59/2003/11/03/>
Monday, November 3rd, 2003
3:13 pm
Hint to people attempting to sell things online:
DON'T PUT http://172.16.100.107/ IN YOUR URLS, YOU INCOMPETENT FUCKMONKEYS
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<elmo_h> you could just r00t klecker through [...] and do it yourself
<mdz> heh
<mdz> I think there's a bit in the DMUP about that
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<infinity> <shrug>... Messaging IRCops isn't the end of the world,
unless its "/msg ircop I fucked your wife."
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| From: Andrew Morton <akpm@osdl.org>
| Subject: Re: [PATCH] Compile kernel with GCC-3.5 and without regparm
| To: "Art Haas" <ahaas@airmail.net>
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<bdale> I thought Jeroen's comment was interesting...
<aj> What was that?
<bdale> Well I didn't let him speak....
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<helix> elmo: I can't believe people pay you to fix computers
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<mhy> I wish they wouldnt leave biscuits out, thats just tempting. Damnit.
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