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/bin/echo manual, or how can you help Japan

Posted 03-15-2011 at 03:57 PM by Web31337
Tags life, linux, man, unix

Yea, sort of weird post again, nevertheless, I'll publish this.
I'm worried much about Japan.

I wish everyone will be safe there. I wish this sort of <insert_your_definition> will never ever happen to their place again, and I wish they restore quickly, to even greater state in which Japan ever was before!
I now always think about a place with a blue-blue sky and shining sun in the morning, green leaves on the trees and happy people living there and enjoying their lives as much as they can May it be the future of Japan!

You can help this becoming real too! If you can't help Japan financially, do your best to help people there, using your imagination and good thoughts. You can use similar picture or anything else like that It's not hard, it takes no time, and does not require a faith, though, can be much more powerful when you do believe in power of your thoughts.
There is a manual of using /bin/echo (actually, more on how should you NOT use it) I've published about a year ago, it became really important these days, so you might want to investigate that.
This world is not really being run by /proc/self, though, depends pretty much on it. So, everything /proc/self does affects this world in some way.
The Life explained from Linux point of view.

You may think this is weird, you may think this is wrong, whatever, I don't care much, I believe in something, you do too, and that faith powers things up.
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