[rescue] Production uses for rescued hardware

Jeffrey J.Nonken jeff_work at nonken.net
Tue Jan 21 10:59:13 CST 2003

On Tue, 21 Jan 2003 00:14:35 -0500, you wrote:

> On Monday, January 20, 2003, at 04:59 PM, Kurt Huhn wrote:
> >
> > I ain't never had too many computers."
> >
> Actually there IS such a thing as too many computers, and I think I've
> reached it. Now let me further define TOO MANY computers. When you HAVE
> to eat out, because every table like surface in your house has a
> computer on it... When you have to be careful where you walk, because
> the floor is covered with computers... When you don't realise that the
> SparcStation you just put together has a bad drive in it because you
> couldn't hear the whine over all the other machines in the house... and
> finally when you can't invite a person of the opposite sex to spend the
> night with you because the only place left to put a computer is on the
> other side of a queen sized bed, YOU HAVE TOO MANY COMPUTERS!
> So now the question is... Which one do I get rid of? :)

The person of opposite sex. I mean, DUH.

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themselves against charges that they are hurting OTHER people. -Paula J.
Caplan, Ph.D.

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