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fortune: not found
 
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Frankly, Scarlett, I don't have a fix.
                -- Rhett Buggler
 
Linux Computers:  283 of 1023

[From the operation manual for the CI-300 Dot Matrix Line Printer, made
in Japan]:

The excellent output machine of MODEL CI-300 as extraordinary DOT MATRIX
LINE PRINTER, built in two MICRO-PROCESSORs as well as EAROM, is featured by
permitting wonderful co-existence such as; "high quality against low cost,"
"diversified functions with compact design," "flexibility in accessibleness
and durability of approx. 2000,000,00 Dot/Head," "being sophisticated in
mechanism but possibly agile operating under noises being extremely
suppressed" etc.

And as a matter of course, the final goal is just simply to help achieve
"super shuttle diplomacy" between cool data, perhaps earned by HOST
COMPUTER, and warm heart of human being.
 
Linux Computers:  284 of 1023

From the Pro 350 Pocket Service Guide, p. 49, Step 5 of the
instructions on removing an I/O board from the card cage, comes a new
experience in sound:

5.  Turn the handle to the right 90 degrees.  The pin-spreading
    sound is normal for this type of connector.
 
Linux Computers:  285 of 1023

Function reject.
 
Linux Computers:  286 of 1023

Garbage In -- Gospel Out.
 
Linux Computers:  287 of 1023

GIVE:   Support the helpless victims of computer error.
 
Linux Computers:  288 of 1023

Given its constituency, the only thing I expect to be "open" about [the
Open Software Foundation] is its mouth.
                -- John Gilmore
 
Linux Computers:  289 of 1023

Giving up on assembly language was the apple in our Garden of Eden:  Languages
whose use squanders machine cycles are sinful.  The LISP machine now permits
LISP programmers to abandon bra and fig-leaf.
                -- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982
 
Linux Computers:  290 of 1023

Go away! Stop bothering me with all your "compute this ... compute that"!
I'm taking a VAX-NAP.

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