Re: how to handle hex values in bash ?
From: Alan Connor (zzzzzz_at_xxx.yyy)
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 06:12:02 GMT
On comp.unix.shell, in <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "cLIeNUX user" wrote:
> Rick (Richard Allen) Hohensee
> write-in candidate, President of the United States of America
> platform ftp://linux01.gwdg.de/pub/cLIeNUX/interim/platform2
> personal webpage http://linux01.gwdg.de/~rhohen
> active in Usenet alt.politics colorg on IRC
> email@example.com Maryland, USA
> Ground troops out of Iraq Put the CIA under INS Save Darfur
> Semi-legalize drugs Prosecute Bush Tighten the borders
> Isolate Israel Tax churches halve military aquisitions
> government jobs for Iraq-wounded soldiers and 9-11 survivors
> please email my platform to friends, blogs and countrymen
Just what we need for a President: Someone who ignores the
rules. Someone who thinks they are better than everyone else
and don't have to live by the rules that the rest of us live
Like the Netiquette guidelines limiting signatures to 4 lines.
Which you have been informed of on previous occassions and
still persist in ignoring.
Not to mention the fact that you ignore the examples set by
almost everyone else on the Usenet.
You weren't elected because Americans don't elect arrogant
upstarts who have no respect for the rules.
People should know that any clueless jerk can become a
write-in canditate for President.
And most of them, like you, don't get a single vote.
I see that you want to prosecute Bush for his violations,
but don't seem to even be aware of your own, even when
someone spells it out for you.
Thanks. Bush may be a drag, but you are certainly no better.
I wouldn't put you in charge of my garbage pail.
I wouldn't let you in my house.
No doubt, you can rationalize thievery without any problem