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SubjectRe: Linux needs new leadership.
On Mon, Apr 01, 2002 at 03:09:41PM -0800, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Apr 2002, J.A. Magallon wrote:

> > So think on all non-anglo-saxon people reading the list....
> > I took me some time to associate 2002.04.01 with jokes...

> Uh ... IIRC April Fool's Day is of French origin, not Anglo-Saxon. At
> least that was what I was taught in an Anglo-Saxon (USA) school :)

Funny... I'm in the US and was taught it was the druid new year
and that the Christians that overran England called all the old druids
"fools" for honoring the old date for the new year.

But, I guess, it's as someone else pointed out, a holiday of
many origins. As are most of our holidays. Plagerized from others...

> --
> M. Edward Borasky

> The COUGAR Project

> If I had 40 billion dollars for every software monopoly that sells an
> unwieldy and hazardously complex development environment and is run by
> an arrogant college dropout with delusions of grandeur who treats his
> employees like serfs while he is acclaimed as a man of compelling
> vision, I'd be a wealthy man.

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