[Fwd: Fruedian Slip?]

Dan Connolly (connolly@w3.org)
Thu, 04 Jun 1998 10:55:53 -0500

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I dunno how many FoRK commandments I'm breaking
here, but this gave me such a kick that I'll risk it...

Dan Connolly

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>From: "Michael Biber" <mbiber@apnetworx.com.au> >Subject: Fruedian Slip? >Date: Thu, 4 Jun 1998 22:05:19 +1000 > >Courtesy of Alan Webberley: > >Sooner or later, someone at Microsoft will learn about this .... > >You may have noticed that a new TV ad for Microsoft's Internet >Explorer e-mail program uses the musical theme of the "Confutatis >Maledictis" from the Mozart Requiem. > >"Where do you want to go today?" is the cheery line on the screen. >Meanwhile, the chorus sings "Confutatis maledictis, flammis acribus >addictis," which means "The damned and accursed are convicted to flames >of hell." > >PS: My Outlook Express just spell checked this before sending and it >suggested "Microfossil's" for "Microsoft's".....8^) > >r's, Mike Biber >Asia Pacific Networx >L4, 491 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia >PH: +61 2 9564 6866 FX: +61 2 9564 2179 >EM: mbiber@apnetworx.com.au >W3: http://www.apnetworx.com.au