Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Quote of the [specify period]

This [specify period] sees two quotes, both of them from John R. Levine erstwhile chairman of the ASRG of the IRTF.

The first is redolent of Lewis Caroll:

I think that as soon as you start quoting the dictionary, you've lost
the argument.
The second is priceless given the context:
No, we're not going to define spam
Well done John, you do a great job, keep it up.
Have *two* awards!!


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