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  Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes. - Peter F. Drucker

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  People use the term pragmatic too much, it is not a part of pragmatism to be wasteful, that's beurocracy. Pragmatism is about approaching things logically, in a straight-forward, matter-of-fact, direct means. No bouncing around with multiple options, but taking the right path with things going properly. Dropping minor needs for greater goals, taking the bull by the horns and leading it. It is about getting things done right, rather than just getting things done.

  There's an important difference between doing things right and doing the right thing. - Unknown source, attributed to both Samuel Clemens and Peter F. Drucker

  Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes. - Peter F. Drucker

  Ah, but simple is easy to use. Unfortunately people that choose not to read don't understand how easy it is, that's the problem. Some users just want it so complex that it does things for them, making it hard to do things on their own and impossible to do things that are complex in an easy manner.

  A round peg may not be best to put into a square hole. It could fit into a hole bigger than it, or with enough force, into a smaller hole, but it's not the right fit, the hole should have a square peg that fits correctly. Evaluating both your task and what your tool is able to do is needed before attempting it. If you're going to put things together yourself, try for a jewel bearing situation, where everything fits nicely, peg-to-hole, with as little friction as possible.

  Some say that a wise man does not piss into the wind, this is foolishness, as the true wise man pisses into the wind, rather than against it.

  This pyramid shape is very compelling and leads one to pontificate saad.

  Ideal is the beacon. Without ideal, there is no secure direction; without direction, there is no life. - Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy

  Once upon a time, organic meatbags bred out of control and filled the galaxy. There are different meatbags across different planets, all bumping into each other. They talk a great deal and threaten each other for various reasons, mostly involving mating, survival, and resources. It is really quite tiresome. - HK-47, protocol droid

  In the beginning the universe was created. This made a lot of people very angry and is widely considered as a bad move. - The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

  NDA's bad. Freedom good. Blobs suck. - Jack J. Woehr

  In my many years I have come to the conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress. - John Adams

  I'm bringin' sexy back. - Justin Timberlake
  It is unbecoming for young men to utter maxims.
- Aristotle

  Does it really matter what these affectionate people do so long as they dont do it in the streets and frighten the horses! - Beatrice Stella Tanner Campbell

Peace be with you. - Yehoshua the Nazarene, carpenter
Peace be upon you.
- Abu al-Qasim Muhammad, merchant
Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.
- Siddartha Gautama, prince


  I wish there was a knob on the TV to turn up the intelligence. There's one called brightness, but it doesn't work. - Eugene P. Gallagher

  In a Russian tragedy, everybody dies. In a Russian comedy, everybody dies too. But they die happy. - Barry Farber

  Anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job. - Douglas Adams

  Most people are bothered by those passages of Scripture they do not understand, but the passages that bother me are those I do understand. - Samuel Clemens

  Free software doesn't have to be GPLed, it could be anything that is free, from the public domain to the CDDL, it's all free. One need not suck RMS off in order to make it free. - Natalia Gorbski

  Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Benjamin Franklin

  It never troubles the wolf how many the sheep may be. - The Aeneid by Virgil

  Flattery looks like friendship, just as a wolf looks like a dog. - Nordic proverb

  Whether the bear beats the wolf or the wolf beats the bear, the rabbit always loses. - The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan

  Regardless of size, even the smallest of evils remains evil, to select it is still to stand with evil.

  If you do not object to something, you accept it. If you work with it, support it even, that is acceptance. Whether or not you like it does not come into play, you've already accepted it.

  One cannot propigate altruism, it is no longer an act of charity when you are forced into the act. The GPL is a system of reciprocation, not altruism.

  How something is used does not effect how free it is, it is the restrictions imposed upon its usage that does.

  Shit, Piss, Fuck
   Cunt, Cock, Ass
    Dick, Pussy, Tits


bofh: what's the ifconfig cmd to set an NIC into promisc mode?
janizary: ifconfig -slut?


GNUtoo: how do i kill X...ps -a doesn't display a X process
MyCatVerbs: wooden stake, sprig of garlic, fire, water and the holy writ, too.


  Some would describe a glass which holds 50 percent of its potential yield as, "half empty," some would call it, "half full," I would call it, "twice as large as it should be."

  Racism is not the right word, it's not a matter of race, it's selfism, you are not enough like myself and I feel insecure in my self. Therefore the component most unlike my self in you is what I hate. Language, race, religion, sexual preference, whatever, it's all the same, people will find something to hate over, something that differs the self from the other, make up their own differences if they can't really find them, a la Shelbyville/Springfield.

  Madame, I may be a young man, but I assure you I am a curmudgeon at heart! And you boy! I may be a curmudgeon, but at least I am not a penis in a suit!

  Internet Rule 1: Intellectual property ends upon entrance to the Internet.

  Internet Rule 2: All media is pirated, if not prior to its release, soon thereafter.

  Internet Rule 3: In a discussion, generalities are treated as absolutes.

  Internet Rule 4: In a discussion, facts are used to imply their user's preferences.

  Internet Rule 5: As a discussion grows longer the probability of the sexual preference of a participant being questioned approaches 1. Also known as lol fag.

  Internet Rule 6: As a discussion grows longer the probability of a comparision with National Socialists or Adolf Hitler approaches 1. Also known as Godwin's Rule of Nazi Analogies, or simply Godwin's Law.

  Internet Rule 7: In a discussion, facts are used to imply equivalence in their subject matter.

  Internet Rule 8: In a discussion, key words are always omitted or ignored.

  Internet Rule 9: A statement made with precision, tact and factual basis will be interpreted in the stupidest of manners possible.

  Internet Rule 10: If a debate is going poorly, the weaker side will conjure their own facts.

  Internet Rule 11: Regardless of any evidence, no matter how undeniable or absolute, you can never win an argument.

  Internet Rule 12: A tangential discussion is vastly easier to have than an on topic one.

  Internet Rule 13: The fastest way to lose an argument is to base your point of view in logic.

  Internet Rule 14: Arguing with someone who is provocative and obviously baiting for an argument only fuels further arguments of the same type. Also known as Don't Feed The Trolls.

  Internet Rule 15: Anything done, said, or made can and will eventually be subverted to be used against its proprietor.

  Internet Rule 16: The more you show your opposition to something the greater its support becomes. Also known as the Streisand Effect.

  Internet Rule 17: Regardless of the situation, an increased level of cowbell, desu, lense flares, or midi audio will improve it. Also known as meme.

  Internet Rule 18: Everything that can be labeled can be hated, and is by someone.

  Internet Rule 19: Originality only lasts long enough for the first person to see it, consequently everything is old.

  Internet Rule 20: If it looks like a trap, it is a trap. If it looks clear, it's a clever trap. Also known as Akbar's Law.

  Internet Rule 21: Regardless of your online accomplishments, they will never amount to anything of lasting effect or importance.

  Internet Rule 22: There is always something more disturbing than that which you just saw.

  Internet Rule 23: Noone really knows who you are or what you do.

  Internet Rule 24: Nothing is ever as anonymous as you think, even your neighbor has the Internet.

  Internet Rule 25: If it can be said, it has, as text inside an amusing graphic.

  Internet Rule 26: The purer a thing is, the greater the tenacity in its eventual corruption.

  Internet Rule 27: In the end, nothing is sacred.

  Internet Rule 28: Female sexuality is the only edge in an argument.

  Internet Rule 29: Cheesecake is always better received than Beefcake.

  Internet Rule 30: If it is ever in question, the gender of a user is male.

  Internet Rule 31: The Internet is for porn.

  Internet Rule 32: A version of the opposite gender exists of all male characters, while a version of all females characters exist with secondary gender traits.

  Internet Rule 33: Regardless of what it is, there is an anthromorphic version of it.

  Internet Rule 34: If it is or was ever a part of popular culture, or if it can be conceived, there is a pornographic version.

  Internet Rule 35: No matter what it is, there is a fetish for it.

  Internet Rule 36: No matter how outrageous it is, if it has even the smallest of percentages of profit on a transaction, there is someone attempting it.

  Internet Rule 37: Nothing dies on the Internet, it is only moved or modified. All damage is routed around, from black line to censorship.

  Internet Rule 38: The lowest common denominator always wins.

  Internet Rule 39: People are full of shit, take everything with salt.

  Internet Rule 40: It is impossible to distinguish between parody and reality. Also known as Poe's Law.

kow`: "There are 10 types of people in the world... those who understand binary and those who don't."
SpaceRain: That's only 2 types of people, kow.
SpaceRain: STUPID


Sporq: i gotta take a linux.
Blaxthos: don't forget to flush.


DannyB: some girl on the street asked if i was saved yet
DannyB: i told her i saved at the last checkpoint a couple minutes back
DannyB: and can reload from there if i die
DannyB: she was confused


  Before all else, be armed. - Niccolo Machiavelli

  Lo-lo-look at you, Hacker. A pa-pa-pathetic creature of meat and bone, panting and sweating as you ru-run through my corridors-s. H-h-how can you challenge a perfect, immortal machine? - SHODAN, System Shock 2

  Security is decided by quality. - Theo de Raadt

  OpenBSD doesn't chase features at the expense of stability and security. - Bob Beck

  Most people are bad programmers, The honest truth is that having a lot of people staring at the code does not find the really nasty bugs. The really nasty bugs are found by a couple of really smart people who just kill themselves. Most people looking at the code won't see anything ... You can't have thousands of people contributing and achieve a high standard. - Bill Joy

  Given a choice between OpenBSD being a small community of devoted, hard working members, vs. The Choice of Dweebs Everywhere, I think most OpenBSD users would prefer to be a small community. Not that we wish ill on anyone, but we would really prefer the dweebs go elsewhere. Anywhere else. Just leave us alone. - Nick Holland

  The unfortunate truth is our ability to imagine and plan for catastrophic disasters is woefully inadequate. - Dr. Irwin E. Redlener, National Center for Disaster Preparedness, USA

Sceleratus_Angelus: definition of canada = beer, hockey, bum, aboot
n3o: definition of USA: mcdonalds, war


VenMalakim: janz apparently you have got to cut that shit out, I honstly do not give a shit, however
janizary: I was not debating noone this time, honest, just invoking the age old ways of quid pro quo
VenMalakim: still don't care, you better stop it or I'll continue to not care and will not lift a finger to stop you


  From the moment I picked up your book until I laid it down, I was convulsed with laughter. Some day I intend reading it. - Julius Henry Marx

  Why, a four-year-old child could understand this. (Run out and find me a four-year-old child; I can't make head or tail out of it.) - Julius Henry Marx, Duck Soup

  One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas I dunno. - Julius Henry Marx, Animal Crackers

  When I invite a woman to dinner I expect her to look at my face. That's the price she has to pay! - Julius Henry Marx, A Night At The Opera

  I intend to live forever, or die trying. - Julius Henry Marx

  O my son Absalom! My son, my son Absalom! Would that I had died instead of you. O Absalom, my son, my son! - David, Second Samuel 18:33

  If equally matched, we can offer battle; if slightly inferior in numbers, we can avoid the enemy; if quite unequal in every way, we can flee from him. - Sun-Tzu, the Art of War

  Not everyone realises how stupid they are.

   % man woman
   Segmentation fault (core dumped)

   % who | grep -i blond | date; cd ~
   % wine; talk; touch; unzip; finger; strip; gasp; mount
   % until [[$CLIMAX = 1]]; do fsck; more; yes; gasp; done
   % uptime; umount; make clean; sleep
   % nice

  Aspcidyw ,dr o.p mf t.fmallrbi yr ekrpatZ

   % cd pub; more beer

   SELECT * FROM users WHERE clue > 0
   0 Results Returned

   % make love
   make: don't know how to make love. Stop in /home.

  Non mihi,
   non tibi,
    sed nobis.


  Non multa, sed multum.

   The Khan: Puff, what is best in life?
   Puff, The Barbarian:To crush buffer overflows, to see them fail before you, and to read the lamentation of the kitties.
   The Khan: Yes, good, good.


  I'm sick and tired of these goldarn words! N' laws n' bureaucratic nerds! - Ponderosa Puff

  I'm sick of following my dreams - I'm just going to ask them where they're going and hook up with them later. - Mitch Hedberg

  Upon this, one has to remark that men ought either to be well treated or crushed, because they can avenge themselves of lighter injuries, of more serious ones they cannot; therefore the injury that is to be done to a man ought to be of such a kind that one does not stand in fear of revenge. - Niccolo Machiavelli, Chapter 3, Il Principe

  Hence it comes that all armed prophets have been victorious, and all unarmed prophets have been destroyed. - Niccolo Machiavelli, Chapter 6, Il Principe

  You came here to learn the truth about things? Here is the truth. Things are simple. You forgot that you were parts of a machine. Because of your forgetfulness the machine is inefficient. We can correct your functioning. We must correct it. You, in your chaotic state, may experience our efforts in value-laden terms; feelings of degradation, shame and humiliation are common. Those states are simply the reaction of a damaged subjective unit during its return to the objective reality of the machine. 'Individuality' is the name you give your sickness. - Mister Quimper, the Invisibles

  'Individuality' is the name you give your sickness. Understand: We have come to free you from chaos and uncertainity. There are no monsters here. There are no demons. Your search for value is part of your pathology. Your questions are meaningless. What is, is. Nothing is open to interpretation. Your search for God is over. God is in the machine. - Mister Quimper, the Invisibles

  The intuitivity of an interface is not limited by it's appearance, it's limited by it's adherence to what is expected - logic, shell's logical expansion using mathematical and programming practices allows for significantly greater functionality an long-term intuitive use than Window's GUI does. Once the rules are known, a great deal more is permitted through a command line than through a graphical environment. Now, intuitivity is not really the best word for it, but that is what everyone uses to describe the predictable behaviour of an interface these days.

  Prayer - An exercise in doing nothing, while stilling believing one is of help.

  Receptionist: How do you write women so well?
  Melvin Udall: I think of a man, and I take away reason and accountability.


  Religion - The absence of knowledge, understanding and curiosity.

  Irony - The use of words to describe something other than their literal intention.

  God - A way to convince oneself the voice in their head is not a bad thing.

  The Bible - A fictional work largely plagerized by a Jewish sect around 100 AD, based on a previous work of no significance. It advocates suicide, incest, bestiality, sadomasochism, violent sex, murder, torture, drugs, alcohol, voyeurism, vengence, rebellion, and anarchy.

  Sin - The act of rebellion against the doctrine of an oppressive cult.

  Meves: wonder how emo kids whould look like in sailor moon outfits...
  Celox: they'd dye them black
  Meves: eviler sailor moon's?
  Celox: not evil, just misunderstood
  Meves: thats like calling rape, suprise sex just becuse it sounds nicer


  The wise man say, "tis easier to relinquish that which one has, than to obtain that which one lacks."




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