Re: Concerning Torments
- From: Edward Teach <eteach@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 17:28:13 GMT
stevo <stevo@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Edward Teach <eteach@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <dstbsl$sqv$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,Ah the fickle memories of the young.
abuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Peter Corlett) wrote:
Tanuki <mailer-daemon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Chris Suslowicz <chris+news@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Actually, it looks a bit like the wiring closet, except that the colours
more consistent and everything's labelled with *something*, even if it is
Thankfully they've omitted the bits drawn in invisible- and
All the written network diagrams I've seen appear to be aspirations as to
the network we'd like rather than a documentation of the status quo.
Fortunately, the network is SEP. If it breaks, I'll politely answer the
phones to irate customers and deny all knowledge while rifling the
for black candles and a cow-orker pops out back for another goat.
I don't *think* we've got pentagrams chalked on any of the servers yet.
Chalking's your problem. You're supposed to paint the pentagram in fresh
blood - it's meant to attract otherworldly entities, not remind them of
being in school.
The 'chalk' is made by mixing chalkdust and blood and compressing the
mixture then letting it dry.
That's not tasty fresh blood, that's just an old scab mixed with chalk.
What kind of entity is going to want that instead of the fresh stuff?
Do you take bribes from users that have been sitting in the vending
machine for god knows how long?
Edward Teach <eteach@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Never send a monster to do the work of an evil genius.
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