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A man was out walking a dog, and a woman stopped to admire the animal. "What's your dog's name?" she asked. "Herpes," replied the dog's owner. "How....odd," said the woman. ...
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    A man was out walking a dog, and a woman stopped to admire
    the animal.

    "What's your dog's name?" she asked.

    "Herpes," replied the dog's owner.

    "How....odd," said the woman. "Why Herpes?"

    "Because he won't heel."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    A man was out walking a dog, and a woman stopped to admire
    the animal.

    "What's your dog's name?" she asked.

    "Herpes," replied the dog's owner.

    "How....odd," said the woman. "Why Herpes?"

    "Because he won't heel."
    Mike, it's time for a time out!
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    Mike, it's time for a time out!
    LOL no way, I say Roky goes into time out first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    LOL no way, I say Roky goes into time out first.
    Heck Mike, when Roky is tasteless, at least he is funny!
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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    Good thing this is the "Coffee Lounge"! Insults are just butter for our bread!
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    LOL no way, I say Roky goes into time out first.
    Ok. Time to send me to my corner. Going to hurt some feelers with this one.

    How I see argumentative Linux newbies.

    Q: I'm having trouble installing this screw.
    A: Use a screwdriver.

    Q: I want to use a hammer.
    A: With screws you should use a screwdriver.

    Q: I want to use a hammer. Never had a problem when I used a hammer
    with nails.
    A: But screws are not nails, a screwdriver will work better.

    Q: I know screws are not nails, does not matter. I want to use a
    hammer like I did with nails.
    A: But screws are not nails. You can drive a screw with a hammer but
    it is not easy and may not work as well as using a screwdriver

    Q: But a hammer was always easy with nails.
    A: But screws are not nails. Screwdrivers work better with screws and
    hammers with nails.

    Q: I know screws are not nails, but I want to use a hammer. A hammer
    ALWAYS worked with nails but does't seem to with screws. Screws must be
    defective because nails always worked.
    A: Actually for many applications screws are superior to nails, but
    they are best driven with a screwdriver not a hammer.

    Q: Never had a problem with nails with a hammer and I want to use a
    hammer. Screws should work like nails and use a hammer.
    A. Then buy some nails. (future candidate for my ignore list)

    Then of course. The person asking for help has to get the last post/word in.

    Q: I used the screwdriver as you recommended but it didn't work, it doesn't hit the screws as efficiently as a hammer, you are an idiot.

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    well... to continue
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    Then of course. The person asking for help has to get the last post/word in.

    Q: I used the screwdriver as you recommended but it didn't work, it doesn't hit the screws as efficiently as a hammer, you are an idiot.

    Happy Trails, Rok

    Only a Linux user would understand just how funny and true this whole thing actually is!! Thanks Roky!!
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    I guess the moral of the story is, "Those that don't know how to screw just bang away until they nail it."
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    Well done Roky, I loved that.
    Yes, it seems that only Linux folks would really understand and appreciate the humor in that.
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