[rescue] New Dr. Who Mailing list...
nimitz at nimitzbrood.com
Sun Apr 23 12:45:05 CDT 2006
And the lazy admin just fixed the archive link so it's all ready to go.
On Apr 22, 2006, at 10:57 PM, Mike Hebel wrote:
> Hey guys!
> Just for grins I'm starting up a Doctor Who mailing list concerning the
> new series of shows currently running.
> If anybody is interested it's here:
> Obligatory Rescue: The list is running on a U1 with 256M RAM and Debian
> SPARC (I think it's running Woody) connected to an ADSL line.
> About the only thing I paid for was the ADSL - the rest was rescued
> from people or free. ^_^
> (Take that IIS/Windows/ricer PCs! ;-)
> I'm not really going to moderate this so OT is a given and bring your
> flame-retardant underwear.
> This will also be an archived list. (Once the list host gets off his
> fat ass and fixes the archive link.)
> So don't post anything that you don't want coming back to haunt you in
> the future. ;-)
> Sorry for the odd port but I haven't moved it to a separate IP yet.
> That will probably happen later this year if and when I get around to
> Replies go to the list and e-mail addresses should be obscured from the
> evil spammers. Enjoy!
> Mike Hebel
> The longer one holds on to a memory, the longer one lives in the past.
> The deeper the memory they hold onto, the more beautiful the past will
> become. The beautiful memories will eventually turn into hate. Even if
> they look ahead, they lose the ability to walk. As long as the heavy
> chain called revenge continues to bind the heart, the tears of sadness
> will continue to flow. - Vash
> rescue list - http://www.sunhelp.org/mailman/listinfo/rescue
Those who make mistakes blame themselves and close their hearts. It's
impossible to fix the mistake. Men can't return to the past. That's why
they drink. Lushes, drunks, sliding alcohol down their throats to
dilute the memories, that can't be forgotten. Frank Marlon, the
gunsmith, does nothing but drink and he questions the glass after it's
empty. Am I wrong? Was I wrong? - Vash
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