[OT] Roggenfloggen - nerdfood-HOWTO
juliechurchwell at home.com
Fri Dec 1 19:29:02 PST 2000
My question is not really about the subject you are discussing, but about
something in your post. What does it mean when a word or group of words is
punctuated like "_this_or_that_". See example from your post below. I have
seen this around but I am confused by this and don't know what it is meant
Pardon me for singling you out to answer my question Jesse but I remember
your name from a really well written piece I found on the web about a month
ago. I don't remember what it was about exactly, but I remember taking note
of your name because of how you made a complex subject easy for me to
understand. I think it was something you wrote for newbies. I have been
looking forward to more of your writing, and wanted to express my
appreciation to you.
> That quote is not mentioned in any of those versions and the _only_
> place i remenber reading that is in on the website, where it was
> mentioned that linux at linuxfromscratch.org could be used for anything,
> including the price of beer at your local pub (or along those lines).
> Prove me wrong, i say!
> There, that should satisfy my sense of pride... uhh, back to work
> Jesse Tie Ten Quee - highos at highos dot com
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