Re: the irony of life

paz (paz@apriori.net)
Fri, 6 Aug 1999 19:50:32 -0400 (EDT)




On Thu, 8 Jul 1999, Albert Dorofeev wrote:

: Hi!
: 
: This is almost off topic but just to prove how ironic
: the life can be, imagine this: I am sitting next to
: a couple of guys at Brussels Linux Group Installfest.
: They are installing Linux. They scroll through the
: menu of the packages. The as-apps is selected by
: default and they .... yes, they say *no* to it *sob*
: 
: Tigr

The ironic part to me is that I run FreeBSD - and that there are folks
who seem to regard Afterstep as something intended primarily on Linux.

Long live Afterstep. Wherever!

cheers -
-- Philip.

philip zimmermann           paz@apriori.net
www.apriori.net             ayer, ma    usa

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