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In clouddancer.list.kernel, you wrote:
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>kernel@whitestar.soark.net <kernel@whitestar.soark.net>:
>> I have to ask, is this something you wrote, or an actual log from
>> something you wrote? (=:]
>
>What? Moi, perpetrate a trifling and crude hoax? You wound me, sir,
>by supposing I would ever stoop to such gaucherie. It is so much more
>*elegantly* absurd to actually write the program, is it not?
>
>CML2 Adventure is part of the 1.6.1 release of CML2. You can download
>it from <http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/cml2/> and try it out yourself.


It this doesn't get people to try CML2, nothing will. I still
remember many years ago walking into the labs and hearing the graduate
students. They were shouting stuff like "jump thru the window" and
"wave rod". A roomful was engaged in solving "adventr", no useful
work was accomplished for 3+ days and close to a $100,000 in computer
dollars was spent after this virus ^h^h^h^h^h^h game appeared on the
mainframe.

I keep wondering if the Pirate was included....not to mention, "Witt's
End".


--My pid is Inigo Montoya. You killed -9 my parent process. Prepare to vi.

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