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   The box said, "Install Windows 95 or better", so I installed Linux
   C sick and sh shocked
   Ceci | n'est pas une pipe
   Does Emacs have the Buddha nature?  Why not?  It has bloody well everything else
   Hello.  My $NAME is ~inigo-montoya.  You killed my process.  Prepare to vi.  --The Unix's Bride
   I do so have a memory.  It's in /usr.
   ...I've seen Sun monitors on fire off the side of the multimedia lab.  I've seen NTU lights glitter in the dark near the Mail Gate.  All these things will be lost in time, like the root partition last week.  Time to die... --Peter Gutmann, a.s.r.
   Our three major weapons are "who", "ps -aux", and "kill -9"...and an almost fanatical devotion to "fastboot"
   Oy vi! Grody to thEmacs!
   Real programmers like C because it's the only language they can spell
   rw-rw-rw: The file protection of the beast
   SCCS, the source motel--programs check in and never check out
   Sex and Drugs and Unix
   This is your brain: UNIX (tm) This is your brain on drugs: MS-DOS Any questions?
   To err is human, to really foul up requires the root password
   Unix expects computer friendly users
   UNIX is a very user-friendly system--it's just not promiscuous about which users it's friendly with
   UNIX is not an "a-ha" experience--it's more of a "holy-shit" experience
   UNIX is the answer, but only if you phrase the question very carefully
   UNIX wasn't designed to keep you from doing stupid things because that would also keep you from doing clever things
   A VAX is virtually a computer, but not quite
   VI VI VI   The editor of the beast
   VMS is a text-only adventure game--if you win, you get to use UNIX
   We'll get along fine as soon as you realize I'm the root user
   You are in a maze of twisty little UNIX versions, all different
   You know, you have to be careful not to get yourself locked into this open systems stuff. ---IBM executive
   When it was all over, Pandora clicked on the window.  All the folders were empty, except for the one labelled "Hope".
   You know you've been root too long when it's easier to change a password than to remember it
   Vi has two modes: one beeps at you and the other corrupts your data   
   Emacs is a pretty good operating system, but it needs a better text editor   
   /(bb|[^b]{2})/  
   Go away or I will replace you with a very small shell script  
   What part of /sbin/ifconfig eth0 | awk '$1=="inet" {print $2}' | sed 's/addr://' don't you understand?
   I don't know whether to award you with an internet or thump you with it

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