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Re: OT: Fedora and the System Administrator -- incorrect assumptions?

Quoting Michael Lee Yohe <michael yohe us army mil>:
> Bryan, this was a well written response.

It looks like I just caught someone having a semi-brain fart on a few things 
(based on an off-list correspondence).  And as far as brain fart goes, I think 
I'll best all of you in both the quantity and quality departments, so you 
better get used to writing even better ones when I have my farts.  They don't 
call me "TheBS" for 'nothin.

> However, it would be much better had you appended the term
> "BOOYAH!" at the end of your message.

Naah.  I'm already providing more entertainment than substance.  I'm a total 
mooch.  I don't contribute much code.  I think I've contributed maybe 300 lines 
total in the 10 years I've been using Linux (8 years in corporate environments).

> Michael Lee Yohe <michael yohe us army mil>
> U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command Software Engineering
> Directorate

I spend 3 years with a civilian contractor under the BMDO, largely in support 
of Army PAC-3 and THAAD (I'm an "Angineer" -- i.e. Anal Engineer -- by 
education and some experience).  You anywhere near 'dat coolie stuff???

Bryan J. Smith, E.I.  mailto:b j smith ieee org  http://thebs.org
There is no greater ignorance than the popular American environ-
mental movement, which focuses on the most useless details.  Be it
recycling the world's most renewable resource or refusal to use
proven CFC insulation on launch vehicles, no lives will be spared
in the further pursuit of, ironically, harming the environment.

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