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    "light up the gasoline filled moat, boys! he thinks he can get away"

    "Call out the flamthrowes, lets see how he likes that suit melted to his ass!"
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    Here is a quote from someone I know , "Burn, baby burn" (and that ain't talking about the fire

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    Don't use the "P" word. We prefer to call them "offsite backups"

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    yeah you should see his house he doesn't even use half of the stuff he copies he just uses them as coasters...

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    > Don't use the "P" word. We prefer to call them "offsite backups"

    File sharing for piracy? No! It's a redundant distributed backup system, much like RAID.
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