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    I guess it was meant as a "multiuser environment"
    hth
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    This is a great place for a joke I read the other day...

    Why didn't the mathematician have a significant other?
    Because he was satisfied with 5 significant digits!

    Oh! I slay me!

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    Oh! I slay me!
    we can but hope.........
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    When it comes to sex, women need a reason. Men need a place.


    A woman wants lots of sex with the man she loves. A man wants lots of sex.


    'You are a lousy lover' she said. 'How can you tell that in two minutes?' he asked.


    Plus: the one that actually made me fall off the couch:

    He was a dyslexic, agnostic insomniac.
    He'd lie awake all night, wondering if there really was a dog.


    LMAO !
    hth
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    How about,

    He was a necrophilac sadist into bestiality.... until he realised he was flogging a dead horse.
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    > He was a necrophilac sadist into bestiality.... until he realised he was flogging a dead horse.

    Wow, and I thought MY joke was gross.

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    I was joking on the earlier post, I just wanted to stir things up and see what everyone would say.

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    >>I will open doors for women. It's polite.
    I will open doors for men. It's polite.

    How come there are women starring at me, thinking I look down at them ? I've never heard a man tell me I should let him open the doors himself. <<

    guys you're all free to open doors for me, do my homework, carry my books to/from university & take my exams!!
    btw.. does anyone know why do they like to make programming books so heavy?!

    btw nv i think my dads company got some work with your company because the other day <around the time you asked if anyone worked for it> he was talking to one of the people that works for him & said "yes, the german SAZ" so do your work good! :P <----------another useless fact

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    >so do your work good!

    We are rogrammers. We never make mistakes

    SAZ is having partnerships in many european countries plus the US I think ;-) If one of them works for SAZ there, I might even have met him on the team workshop on Mallorca
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    In the meantime, please don't tell me we are equal just because the law says so. Equal chances, equal respect, fine. But we have to respect that we are different. Not better, not worse, just different.
    And all the rest of that post... I nominate nvoigt for the 'lightatdawn-most-intelligent-things-said-on-this-board-award'. Speach, speach!

    >>We are rogrammers. We never make mistakes

    Its all those damn users entering values that arent legal that are messing stuff up! If its says "Enter a number between 0 and 255" then you'd better damn well enter a number between 0 and 255!


    >>btw.. does anyone know why do they like to make programming books so heavy?!

    A good theory would be so that geeky programming guys could offer to carry them and thus have a hope in hell of meeting chicks? This is assuming that the geeky programmer guys muscles havent totally atrophied and he can carry the book....
    "There's always another way"
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    >>And all the rest of that post... I nominate nvoigt for the 'lightatdawn-most-intelligent-things-said-on-this-board-award'. Speach, speach!<<

    Is that REALLY a hard award to get? I mean, considering noone here ever makes a lick of sense and all...

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    What? What are you talking about Ken? Geez, if you could just make some sense once in a while!

    Its one of those awards where even tho there are plenty (okay several... well maybe a couple) of possible recipients, i try to increase its value by restricting the number produced. I've discovered that you can sell pure s*** for lots of $$$ if only one exists... I learned this by looking in an art gallery. Its a fact.
    "There's always another way"
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