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  1. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by sigint33
    I'm confused! why would he equate a pair of doctors to a pair of geese?

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    for the same reason he thought Dallas,Texas was related to income tax.


    Actually, his original statement was in reference to him being directed to use a viaduct. He said, vie a duct? Vie not a chicken...vie not a goose?

  2. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by JMI
    His brother used to say:

    I just flew in from Chicage, and boy are my arms tired.

    Regards,
    My favourite Groucho saying was, "I'd never go out with a woman who'd go out with a guy like me".

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    I apologize to the administrators specifically JMI, and to other members of the board for taking the concept of "silly posting" to new, wild and uncharted extremes.

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    I wanted to reply, but I can't stop laughing
    Still here...

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    I'm sure all is forgiven, just remember to follow W.C. Field's advice - "never drink water ..... fish f##k in it.

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  6. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by sigint33
    I'm sure all is forgiven, just remember to follow W.C. Field's advice - "never drink water ..... fish f##k in it.SiGiNT
    He also said, "Anyone who hates children and animals can't be all bad."

    BTW...did anyone read the article in the newsgroup I suggested to start this thread?

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    For those of us whose news servers don't archive more than 3-days-back, what did we miss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by disavowed
    For those of us whose news servers don't archive more than 3-days-back, what did we miss?
    The Big Kahuna of the tools...latest version. Used to come in 31 flavours but they just added one.

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    In English please

    Seriously, wtf tool is everyone talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by disavowed
    In English please

    Seriously, wtf tool is everyone talking about?
    I was trying not to run afoul of the rules of the board, but it turns out we have a similar thread at: http://www.woodmann.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6855. The first two entries actually address the issue.

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    Ah, big fuzz about nothing then. I almost thought I missed some leaked internal holy grail tool
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    I'm still shocked by how many people think that they need a kernel debugger

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    Oww damn; I love that woman ... and the discussion here
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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