Also sprach Jeff Bone:
> "Joseph S. Barrera III" wrote:
> > I hate fascist IT types.
Yep, I have to agree. Oh wait, I'm the one I'm quoting...
> Only checkpointing this for the archive... this is fan-fucking-tastic
> fodder for later args.
Why? Is this news? I've ALWAYS hated fascist IT types.
> Joe, grow some balls, dude. ;-)
I've got two already, if I counted correctly.
How many more should I grow? And why?
(good think I wear boxers)
> Say what you mean.
When do I not? :-)
> There is no such thing as "off-record."
> ;-) :-)
That, I know. You're telling someone who's posted their life story to
FoRK once or twice...
But is your point that I made the comment on no-archive?
If I did, it's because it was a followup to a thread on no-archive.
It's hard to transition a thread from no-archive to archive,
because you want to quote the previous message, but then you'd be
posting someone else's no-archive words to the archive, which is tacky
BTW, I *know* you're joking (if only because of all the smileys) and I
*know* I should be light-hearted, but I'm just being a cranky
literalist fuckhead right now. Maybe it's because I changed
meds. Maybe it's because I'm under a lot of job-uncertainty
stress. Maybe it's because I'm travelling and away from my family and
I hate that. Maybe it's because my old ex-girlfriend kicked out her
boyfriend and I'm terrified that I'll do something stupid (again).
Maybe it's because I can't sleep. Maybe it's because I'm entering a
nasty manic phase. Fuck, who knows.
Is that enough on-record crap to meet this month's quota?
Am I really going to send this message? Why???
P.S. And the great thing is that I know that my father-in-law has read
posts on the archive site.
-- Joseph S. Barrera III Software Architect, Kana Communications, Inc. _________________________________________________________ 1.650.219-4557 (cell) / 1.650.588-4801 (home) firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org www.barrera.org / www.waste.org / www.kana.com
"With insomnia, nothing is real. Everything is far away. Everything is a copy of a copy of a copy." -- Fight Club
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