Way back in eons of time, back when SCO was cool, I had a co-worker who swore he saw an SCO Xenix kernel panic that said "SHUT 'ER DOWN SCOTTY, SHE"S SUCKIN' MUD"
More recently one of our perl coders wrote a module called Obliterate.pm, which, you guessed it. obliterates a database table and creates a new one in it's place. When you run this code you see
Hey, I see you're using the Obliterator. Well I sure as hell hope
you know what you're doing. God speed, brave administrator!
Yeah, I love small shops too!
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