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SubjectSorry, I'll shut up now. How could I resist? :)
On Fri, 26 Jul 1996, Nick Simicich wrote:

> > - printk("Fucking sun blows me\n");
> > + /* Sun _does_ blow me, but the user may not want to know about it */
> > + /* printk("Fucking sun blows me\n"); */
> >
> > would probably have been accepted by me on-the-spot. Or maybe somebody could
> > have emailed David (or whoever wrote that particular line of code) in private
> > and tell him they found the message in rather bad taste, and ask him to
> > remove it, and he probably would have. THAT is ok.
> >
> > However, it is NOT ok to just act like a mindless robot and just remove every
> > profanity in sight. That way lies book-burning and "forbidden" thoughts.
> > Sugarcoating it with "moral reasons", thinking _you_ have the moral right to
> > suppress others, is the ultimate immorality.
> >
> > Thus endeth "Lessons in morality 101",
>
> This makes me want to run out and have a bunch of T-Shirts made up that
> say, "Fucking Sun Blows Me."

Oh, no. What you really want is a T-shirt that says:

/* printk("Fucking sun blows me\n"); */

in a nice, attractive, unproportioned, vt-100 style font.



:) lilo



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