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Usage: fortune -P [-f] -a [xsz] Q: file [rKe9] -v6[+] file1 ...
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Use a pun, go to jail.
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Use an accordion. Go to jail.
-- KFOG, San Francisco
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Use what talents you possess: the woods would be very silent
if no birds sang there except those that sang best.
-- Henry Van Dyke
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USENET would be a better laboratory is there were
more labor and less oratory.
-- Elizabeth Haley
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A programmer who will believe anything you tell him.
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The word computer professionals use when they mean "idiot."
-- Dave Barry, "Claw Your Way to the Top"
[I always thought "computer professional" was the phrase hackers used
when they meant "idiot." Ed.]
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Using TSO is like kicking a dead whale down the beach.
-- S.C. Johnson
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Using [Windows] for any sort of serious work is like playing an old
text-based adventure game. You're five feet from making it to your
goal, when bup-POW! a ten ton rock falls on your head. Because you
didn't disarm the trap three hours before. [...]
I always hated those adventure games.
-- David Gerard