Archive: May 2002

I’m terrible at leaving comments. I’m worse for demanding others do. Duel standards are a bitch. My email is up the creek, for some reason. Random messages seem to have never made it as far as my mail box. This

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Today was spent not doing IRC. Various displacement activities were done as a reaction to this, like sorting out /home/aquarion/, repairing and patching Forever, catching up on diaries, fiction, games and news. Like Designing, planning, posting and documenting, commenting, film

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Under the heading of “Yay” does not come people splitting off into new channels because the old ones are too fluffy, so I’m now back to considering leaving irc.lspace for a while so all this blows over. That’s what I

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User Not Found ssh -C aquarion@www.aquarionics.com aquarion@www.geekstuff.co.uk’s password: [aquarion aquarion]$ mysql -p klind Enter password: Reading table information for completion of table and column names You can turn off this feature to get a quicker startup with -A Welcome to

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Subject: Re: [I] Prob’ly a stupid question… From: Aquarion Newsgroups: alt.fan.pratchett On 23 May 2002 19:58:40 GMT, dicconf@radix.net (Richard Eney) wrote: >In article , >Kevin Hackett wrote: > >>Cheers, >> Kevin >>I reserve intelligible copyright on these opinions > >What

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Apparently, according to Political Compass I’m a left-leaning liberal. As it says here. Fun. A few updates then, since I’m bored. Still househunting, still job-seeking (although there is a nice lead on a 10 week webdesign contract, which would be

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Judging by yesterday’s reaction, I should whine more often. I get more reaction that way… 🙂 More new stuff, and mega new stuff at that. I have taken the great leap forward, and opened up the Aquarionics Accounts system for

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Happiness is someone elses thoughts. I’ve been writing all evening, so it looks like you’re going to get a full diary entry as well as the new story. I’ve been catching up on diaries, most of which are on Livejournal,

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New story. Depressing. It’s called Emma for no apparent reason.

So I went to see Attack of the Clones. And I prepared to slate it And I discovered I couldn’t, because it wasn’t terrible. And Jar-Jar Binks is quite possibly responsible for the complete destruction of The Republic, And Christopher

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