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by The Mighty Fool (202.156.2.82) on Sat Jan 15 11:22:35 2005 (GMT)
  sorry!!! i apparently missed out something while in the midst of doing all that interfacing with my flip switch. I apologize for that. It is my own fault. (see, i don't blame the tool).

This is originally what i meant to display, properly formatted...:

> This is like saying if you like opebsd you obviously don't know that
> much cause freebsd is better.

OTOH... that could really be like saying, if u like eating faeces, you obviously don't know that much cos food is definitely better.

>> it requires extensive testing to see if the obscure syntax worked the
>> way I intended.
>
> Well, don't blame others if you can't write decent iptables rulesets.

i have to agree with you on this one. And that is why, today, i am still using a flip-switch to do all my interfacing and programming with my computer - instead of using my keyboard, or mouse. I don't blame the machine if i can't write decent binary (not mnemonic) assembly. The tool does not truly matter!!!
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