| | Re: Name change:AIW to AIDH
On Sun, 22 Apr 2012, in the Usenet newsgroup alt.internet.wireless, in article
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Jeff Liebermann wrote:
>Moe Trin <email@example.com> wrote:
>> So you're not reading rec.humor.funny.reruns any more? Last Sunday,
>> they reposted "Computer Nightmares" from July 1994 again.
>Yep, that was one of mine. I didn't submit it to Brad Templeton, who
>was running the newsgroup at the time. One of my friends had to do it
>for me. However, that's not my best. I like this one:
: As a Christian user I don't wanna have to do anything with Satan
: and his daemons. Is the only alternative for me Windows NT ?
I'm afraid that all platorms have daemons running somewhere.
Awfully late for April first - but I have to laugh at people who
confuse daemons and demons. There's another one that pops up on
rec.humor.funny.reruns occasionally - try
>> Funny thing is, none of those items look "unusual"
>They weren't really unusual. Most were quite common and easily
Well, maybe excluding 10 (computer on fire) or 30 (cleaning screen)
>However, it did give a fair indication of trouble to come, as the GUM
>(great unwashed masses) discover computers. I originally wrote that
>for a local newspaper columnist, who needed some filler for her "high
I did rotation on the Hell-desk at a UNIX (SunOS) shop for a while,
yet those looked similar to what I had to deal with.
>>"Pay Radio" - what a concept.
>Oh-oh. You've been reading my drivel.
The last two cars we bought came with a 3 month trial of a satellite
radio service. They still can't believe that I wouldn't jump at the
chance to renew the service agreement.