Learn to f***ing read.
Are you trying for a gold medal in banality?
Here we just let idiots vote. Found any WMD yet?
I enjoy it.
False. We have a few. Mostly at MQU. Oh, and Canberra.
False. In fact we were supposed to have a few. One of the reasons we purchased a pooload of F1-11 aicraft from you. After the money was paid, good old Uncle Sam decided the deal was off, so we got sold junk by the USA as per usual. We don't learn, we are buying up your junk helicopters, just after buying two of your junk ships. And who can forget the American contribution to the Collins software. Good thing my baby brother was there to fix it. And if you think that stockpiling nuclear weapons for the last 50 years was a GOOD thing, then you are more brain-dead than you first appear.
Polybius. Although my little effort helped make it popular.
"Sir" will be fine.
Do you really think that I build networks that have security risks? I design and build networks for:
- The military - BIG betting shops - Various government departments, and, - Banks
I see yesterday the global banking network took a hit, hacked thanks to a service provider in the good old USA. You're not only bad at democracy, you lot are f***ing up all you touch.
He's not as good as I am. Hence a more manageable ego. He is also one of the few people I have a deal of respect for.
You don't know David very well.
Indeed I do.
Glad to have you.
Correct. I build networks. You do not.
I gather you have never been chased by a salt-water crocodile whilst fitting an LMB to a dish, hopefully pointing to PANAMSAT-2 from the ground in Millingimbi.
I wasn't. Thought he was a nutter.
Sure of that?
Social circles and all that.
No. The different cultures between IBM and Microsoft was the undoing of that partnership. A shame, as OS-2 had great potential as a microcomputer operating system. IBM f***ed it up as usual.
No poo Sherlock.
TCP-IP was a bit of a newcomer in network space.
And a very large military network. Deployed in Afghanistan, E. Timor and Iraq.
Australia, England and Malaysia. Next stupid question.
Thank you ever so much.
I ran the engineering department of a company that most Americans considered American. Well, the truth is we were a Brisbane company, we just took over the USA market :-)
Sydney is a dump. UTS is the only redeeming feature, and that's as ugly as all sin.
Funny, I get around. I use my own name as well.
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I am sorry for the short notice but in order for it to be included I will need it by June 18th.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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I don't remember a puppydog at the Max Plank Insbreastute recently.
In 1991 it was the most popular UNIX on the planet. Things change.
Neither do I.
Around 170. Why?
Beer. When I ran it anyway.