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SubjectRe: "Geeks with Guns" and a question

I appriciate your attempt to stay on-topic with your later comments,
however I would think it better if you could move the off-topic discussion
to another mailing list (One has been created apparently for this topic if
you're following linux-kernel you should see it) so as not to encourage
others to pick up on the off-topic thread.

Thanks,
Stephen

On Tue, 13 Oct 1998, David Todd wrote:

> No comment on political things, but
>
> Please call your airline to ask them what their procedure for transporting
> weapons of individual destruction are.
>
> One Delta agent related a story where a guy going hunting in Wisconsin took
> his shotgun to the security check in, and slapped it on the X-Ray belt... and
> was arrested immediately. Never mind that he had no ammo, and that the firing
> pin was out and the barrels off the stock. You can't take a weapon into the
> cabin, period. (Pocket knives apparently don't count, I slapped a swiss army
> knife into the change tray, and the guard didn't blink.)
>
> ObKernelComment: I have been running 2.1.125 for a number of days, seems good.
>
> NonOb Question: When I look at /proc/cpuinfo, it reports the model as Pentium
> 75+. I think I own a 90Mhz model. On the other hand, if I lift the heatsink,
> there are no part numbers on the thing. Have I been ripped? (Wouldn't surprise
> me, I get number 11 errors during compiles pretty often...)
> --
> Hacksaw = David Charles Todd
> GTEI-BBNT = Hacksaw's Employer
> Hacksaw's Opinions != GTEI-BBNT's Opinions
> Linux understands you.
>
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