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Old 03-07-2013, 12:47 PM   #31
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$ woman --help
Code:
Usage: woman [OPTIONS]
Talks all the time even if she has nothing to say.

  -t, --talk      woman default option (you canít disable it --
                  using -t switch increases the stream of the
                  words).
  -q, --question  woman default option (switched on by the stream
                  of the words using /dev/urandom).
  -s, --shopping  woman loves to shop. 
  -b, --bargain   woman especially loves a bargain. 
  -D, --diamonds  woman loves diamonds the most.
  -w, --wear      woman never has anything to wear (deprecated
                  option -- use instead -s switch possibly with
                  -b one).
  -l, --love      woman loves STDIN coming in a continuous loop
                  from /dev/love_confessions so itís good idea to
                  add -l switch to any command.
  -c, --cry       woman needs to cry (woman cries even without
                  userís interaction but you can make her cry
                  using -c switch in order to cause the exit
                  status 2 immediately).
  -S, --sex       before using -S switch try to use a few times
                  -s and -b switches or use -D switch just once.
  -s, --secret    deprecated option overridden by the default 
                  -t option.
  -V, --version   display woman age minus some random integer.

  STDOUT = /dev/prattle
  STDIN  = /dev/love_confessions
  STDERR = /dev/cry

  I/O redirection:
   Recommended:   STDIN > STDOUT
   Allowed:       STDOUT > /dev/null
                  (the overload of /dev/null activates STDERR)

  Exit status:
   0  if OK (almost doesnít occur),
   1  if minor problems (e.g., you donít answer some question),
   2  if serious trouble (the standard exit status).

See also GOD other software: money, MoreMoney, and credit-card

Report woman bugs to GOD@Heaven.hv
For complete documentation, run: info coreutils 'woman invocation'
Based on: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=50%20facts%20about%20women
DISCLAIMER: The above help is based on some stereotypes about women and is intended as a joke. So women and girls: donít condemn me. Iím not a misogynist at all.
 
Old 03-07-2013, 02:47 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by w1k0 View Post
$ woman --help
Code:
Usage: woman [OPTIONS]
Talks all the time even if she has nothing to say.

  -t, --talk      woman default option (you canít disable it --
                  using -t switch increases the stream of the
                  words).
  -q, --question  woman default option (switched on by the stream
                  of the words using /dev/urandom).
  -s, --shopping  woman loves to shop. 
  -b, --bargain   woman especially loves a bargain. 
  -D, --diamonds  woman loves diamonds the most.
  -w, --wear      woman never has anything to wear (deprecated
                  option -- use instead -s switch possibly with
                  -b one).
  -l, --love      woman loves STDIN coming in a continuous loop
                  from /dev/love_confessions so itís good idea to
                  add -l switch to any command.
  -c, --cry       woman needs to cry (woman cries even without
                  userís interaction but you can make her cry
                  using -c switch in order to cause the exit
                  status 2 immediately).
  -S, --sex       before using -S switch try to use a few times
                  -s and -b switches or use -D switch just once.
  -s, --secret    deprecated option overridden by the default 
                  -t option.
  -V, --version   display woman age minus some random integer.

  STDOUT = /dev/prattle
  STDIN  = /dev/love_confessions
  STDERR = /dev/cry

  I/O redirection:
   Recommended:   STDIN > STDOUT
   Allowed:       STDOUT > /dev/null
                  (the overload of /dev/null activates STDERR)

  Exit status:
   0  if OK (almost doesnít occur),
   1  if minor problems (e.g., you donít answer some question),
   2  if serious trouble (the standard exit status).

See also GOD other software: money, MoreMoney, and credit-card

Report woman bugs to GOD@Heaven.hv
For complete documentation, run: info coreutils 'woman invocation'
Based on: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=50%20facts%20about%20women
DISCLAIMER: The above help is based on some stereotypes about women and is intended as a joke. So women and girls: donít condemn me. Iím not a misogynist at all.
rofl

Code:
man floor
 
Old 03-07-2013, 02:51 PM   #33
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$ woman --help
Any female (or person, in general) taking this seriously could claim that what you typed above is "enough said"
 
Old 03-07-2013, 04:00 PM   #34
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rofl

Code:
man floor
I like that very much.
 
Old 03-07-2013, 10:24 PM   #35
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Quote:
Originally Posted by w1k0 View Post
$ woman --help
Code:
Usage: woman [OPTIONS]
Talks all the time even if she has nothing to say.

  -t, --talk      woman default option (you canít disable it --
                  using -t switch increases the stream of the
                  words).
  -q, --question  woman default option (switched on by the stream
                  of the words using /dev/urandom).
  -s, --shopping  woman loves to shop. 
  -b, --bargain   woman especially loves a bargain. 
  -D, --diamonds  woman loves diamonds the most.
  -w, --wear      woman never has anything to wear (deprecated
                  option -- use instead -s switch possibly with
                  -b one).
  -l, --love      woman loves STDIN coming in a continuous loop
                  from /dev/love_confessions so itís good idea to
                  add -l switch to any command.
  -c, --cry       woman needs to cry (woman cries even without
                  userís interaction but you can make her cry
                  using -c switch in order to cause the exit
                  status 2 immediately).
  -S, --sex       before using -S switch try to use a few times
                  -s and -b switches or use -D switch just once.
  -s, --secret    deprecated option overridden by the default 
                  -t option.
  -V, --version   display woman age minus some random integer.

  STDOUT = /dev/prattle
  STDIN  = /dev/love_confessions
  STDERR = /dev/cry

  I/O redirection:
   Recommended:   STDIN > STDOUT
   Allowed:       STDOUT > /dev/null
                  (the overload of /dev/null activates STDERR)

  Exit status:
   0  if OK (almost doesnít occur),
   1  if minor problems (e.g., you donít answer some question),
   2  if serious trouble (the standard exit status).

See also GOD other software: money, MoreMoney, and credit-card

Report woman bugs to GOD@Heaven.hv
For complete documentation, run: info coreutils 'woman invocation'
Based on: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=50%20facts%20about%20women
DISCLAIMER: The above help is based on some stereotypes about women and is intended as a joke. So women and girls: donít condemn me. Iím not a misogynist at all.
I think that packages money, MoreMoney and credit-card are probably dependencies of package woman. (Or at least required for a proper exit status).
 
Old 03-08-2013, 03:10 AM   #36
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I think that packages money, MoreMoney and credit-card are probably dependencies of package woman. (Or at least required for a proper exit status).
... and a different perspective:

Code:
# man true
Utility to do nothing, successfully
 
Old 03-11-2013, 02:35 PM   #37
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man unzip
 
Old 03-11-2013, 02:45 PM   #38
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Perhaps man file system check [not sure whether the forum rules permit the command being typed out in this context] and, after that, man sleep.
 
Old 03-11-2013, 05:40 PM   #39
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man " fill in the blank"

i still like
Code:
release the fish
 
  


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