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Re: Re: (OT) Interview questions -- your response?

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 04, 2002 at 07:48 UTC ( #194996=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Man! the magical disappearing then reappearing section of a post! Please try to remember that others are reading and composing and when you just rewrite your history entirely within a few minutes what the fuck are we supposed to do? Are you going to actually participate in a "conversation" or not! Please give us a fricking break!

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Re^3: (OT) Interview questions -- your response?
by Aristotle (Chancellor) on Sep 04, 2002 at 15:03 UTC
    English is a language with a lot of words. I am sure you can find appropriate ones to express your concerns without profanities.

    Makeshifts last the longest.

      Oh I dunno, sometimes a 'what the fuck'
      is all you need to fix the fucking beat.
      Somehow I doubt that's what our covert friend
      was doing in his all too clumsy post.
        It seems blank verse when salted with a curse
        attracts the minus votes of prudish churls.
        Perhaps they didn't notice it was verse.
        Maybe I should have couched it all in Perl.
Re: Re: Re: (OT) Interview questions -- your response?
by smitz (Chaplain) on Sep 04, 2002 at 08:20 UTC
    Big words from an anonymous monk....

      I entirely agree with the anonymous monk. Changing your words with a record is one thing, but changing history is entirely different. Where do you want to waste your time tomorrow?

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