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    Funny Stuff


    These guys are amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nujinini View Post
    This guys are amazing.
    Now that was funny!

    The Hoff's reactions to this are priceless!
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    I wanted to be a magician when I was a young boy!
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    I saw this Doormat today while I was working and I thought of you guys. I figured y'all might want to see it.


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    It happened to me:
    In a previous job some years ago, I managed the access permission to our ERP system. So one day came into my office a young new intern, pettite .... blonde, a nice girl. She asked me to add some permissions to her account , so I said, sure, just log off to make the changes ("Necesito que te salgas para hacer los cambios" in spanish I use "salgas, salir" as log off, it also sounds like "get out"). She just stared back at me, walked back to the office door and asked "Is this far enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by arespi View Post
    It happened to me:
    In a previous job some years ago, I managed the access permission to our ERP system. So one day came into my office a young new intern, pettite .... blonde, a nice girl. She asked me to add some permissions to her account , so I said, sure, just log off to make the changes ("Necesito que te salgas para hacer los cambios" in spanish I use "salgas, salir" as log off, it also sounds like "get out"). She just stared back at me, walked back to the office door and asked "Is this far enough?
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    You might have tried "Hay que desconectar de tu cuenta antes que hago los cambios." iinstead...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    You might have tried "Hay que desconectar de tu cuenta antes que hago los cambios." iinstead...
    Yep, another lesson learned in user-speak . To the girls credit, she took it in good humor and it become a sort of a private joke.
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    A good question

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    A good question

    Hey! Good one rok!
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    Good Ol Linux Jokes:


    Microsoft gives you Windows... Linux gives you the whole house.
    Microsoft is not the answer. Microsoft is the question. Linux is the answer.
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    Failure is not an option -- it comes bundled with Windows.
    Going from DOS to Linux is like trading a glider for an F117.
    The box said that I needed to have Windows 98 or better... so I installed Linux



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