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Linus Torvalds: What happen? 
Alan Cox: Someone bribe up us the BSOD.
Eric S Raymond: We get GPL License.
Linus Torvalds: What!
Eric S Raymond: Main screen fsck on. 
Linus Torvalds: It's you!! 
Bill Gates: How are you gentlemen!!
Bill Gates: All your Win2k are belong to us.
Bill Gates: You are on the way to Whistler.
Linus Torvalds: What you format? 
Bill Gates: You have no chance to reinstall make your time.
Bill Gates: Ha ha ha
Larry Wall: What happen? 
Randal L. Schwartz: Someone hack up us the code.
Tom Christiansen: We get PHP.
Larry Wall: What!
Tom Christiansen: Main screen strict on. 
Larry Wall: It's you!! 
Rasmus Lerdorf: How are you gentlemen!!
Rasmus Lerdorf: All your site are belong to us.
Rasmus Lerdorf: You are on the way to ASP.
Larry Wall: What you fsck? 
Rasmus Lerdorf: You have no chance to die make your time.
Rasmus Lerdorf: Ha ha ha

... Quidquid perl dictum sit, altum viditur.

In reply to Re: It shall never die. by Beatnik
in thread It shall never die. by EvanK

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