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Old 09-27-2008, 03:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Converting PI To Binary - More Linux/Unix Humor

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You may be in BIG trouble, mister ;) This week's bit of Linux/Unix humour comes from deep within the pages at I'd highly recommend you go check it out. It's a very simple page (as in "no flashy graphics") but, once you get through half of his life story, I think you'll find that it's amazing he has a sense of humour left. Seriously; check out his page. He's been through the ringer. Nevertheless, he is also responsible for some pretty funny stuff.



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