Bad Placement, Cont.


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7 Responses to Bad Placement, Cont.

  1. ming says:

    Snort! Advice accepted.

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    Never fill in the blanks…


  3. Richard says:

    It is too late. My email is out there everywhere. Also, if they are going to accept the scrapings, well then i will do like granny and keep my money under my piss stained mattress. Also, i will bury our treasure in a field for some future metal detector lads to find. It is traditional.
    Maybe if i had any assets, maybe if i had a political agenda, i would be more concerned. But mostly this is advice is useless.


    • True that. My work email addresses date back to 1993 and 1996 respectively

      (it’s complicated…my day job is IT there; our College set up email for everyone long before main campus did. )

      Far enough back that “It’s September on the Net” had meaning and there were no blogs, or Twitter or Faceberg, there was only Usenet.

      (me pours one out for alt.sysadmin.recovery: “Remember, ‘Down not across!'”)

      My Gmail address dates back to a time while you had to get invited to get an account, so 2004-5 timeframe.

      The horses are not only out of the barn, but moved 5 counties over, met a nice mare, got married, settled down, had a few colts, a long productive life and died, surrounded by grown colts, grandcolts and great-grandcolts…

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    And now I will type in my email address in order to post this comment.


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