[Beowulf] Re: "hobbyists"

Gerry Creager gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Thu Jun 26 15:54:01 EDT 2008


Realize that, here in the Colonies, we've entire subpopulations whose 
love for domestic appliances is so engrained, they enshrine them in 
front of their houses...

No, I'm not kidding, and can take you on a tour of East Texas as proof...

gerry

andrew holway wrote:
> I would suggest a good email client that can handle threads well such
> as gmail. These devils will never learn. Domestic appliences are
> indeed deeply ingrained into their souls.
> 
> On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 3:03 PM, Prentice Bisbal <prentice at ias.edu> wrote:
>> saville at comcast.net wrote:
>>> I respectfully request that you take conversations about washing machines and other non_beowulf related topics off to some other mailing list.  I have plenty of email to delete without having the load increased by irrelevant discussions on this one.
>>>
>>> Many thanks,
>>>
>>> Gregg
>> Look out, Gregg! I made a statement similar to this once, and I got
>> flamed for days. This list always goes off-topic. :(
>>
>> --
>> Prentice
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