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These are a bit drawn outand not exactly obfuscated... At MIT they have a script called tellme so you can find out useful info like the root password on the workstations etc.
#!/bin/sh # $Id: tellme,v 1.3 2001/10/01 16:32:10 cfox Exp $ if [ -z "$1" ]; then echo "Usage: $0 root|combo" exit 1 fi while [ "$1" ]; do case "$1" in root) if [ -f /etc/athena/rc.conf ]; then . /etc/athena/rc.conf if [ "${PUBLIC}" != "true" ]; then if [ -x /etc/athena/dialuptype ]; then echo "Note: This is a dialup. It does not have the +" echo "Athena root password." else echo "Warning: This is a private workstation. It m +ay not" echo "have the Athena root password." fi echo "" fi fi echo "The Athena root password is *." ;; combo) echo "The combo is *." ;; the\ [Uu]niverse) echo "The Universe is shaped like a banana." ;; [Uu]niverse) echo "Universe is something else entirely." ;; why) echo "because..." ;; 42) echo "What do you get when you multiply six by nine?" ;; off) echo "Fvck you." ;; *) echo "I don't know about "$1"." ;; esac shift done
A Makefile I concocted long ago
# Made by Jerrad Pierce <belg4mit@mit.edu> '97 emptyrule:: @echo make: @echo " babies, fire, fun, haste, love, marmalade, me, meatloa +f" @echo " merry, mess, money, more, noise, pancakes, peace, quic +he" @echo " rain, suggestion, time, trouble, war" all light world: @echo Fiat Lux! babies love: @echo You pervert, I\'m just a computer! fire: @echo Step 1. Take a match... fun: @echo ${USER} can\'t integrate -pdV haste: @echo \* Festina lente \* @echo Make haste slowly -- Emperor Augustus marmalade: @echo But I don\'t like SPAM! me: @echo Stop being so infantile meatloaf: @echo Mmmmm meatloaf merry: @echo Fa la la la la la la mess: @echo Bad boy! mistake: @echo Blasphemer! I am incapabale of such \* human \* behavio +r money: @echo I don\'t think the Secret Service is too keen on that id +ea more: @echo You haven\'t finished what\'s on your plate! noise: @echo BRRRAPPP!!! pancakes: @echo We\'re out of eggs peace: @echo Well... apologize already! quiche: @echo Try meatloaf instead rain: @echo Are you sure? @echo There, done. suggestion: @echo Get a hair-cut time: @echo Good! @echo For you will never \* find \* the time to do anything trouble: @echo Can\'t we all just get along? war: @echo make love not war

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