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Re: Re: OK The Jig is up - WHERE IS SIMON?
Phew, thank <insert deity of choice here> for that, I thought everyone at Reg Central had died.
While obviously the second of your scenarios appeals more to my 'angry-young-man' side (and at my age I take that as a compliment, considering I started in this business more than 30 years ago), I fully accept your sanitised version of the truth and will stand down from my obviously subversive and juvenile attitude.
Obviously at least one of my previous comments got wiped out by net goblins before reaching you. I can't remember including anything too 'twatty' in any of them (good word, BTW), certainly nothing that Simon (if he is indeed, as you assert alive and well but unable to contribute as frequently these days) wouldn't laugh off, but still, Friday afternoons being what they are...
Still undecided about page 43 or 51. I might just have to toss something to decide.
P.S. Nice to know that even moderators have a sense of humour.
OK The Jig is up - WHERE IS SIMON?
Not only are we reduced to 1 episode per month now, but El Reg has obviously signed up someone to 'ghost write' the column.
While all 3 (yes count them, 3) episodes this year have been mildly humourous they certainly don't create the same rib-aching effect as episodes in previous years.
As for all those that have commented positively - CAN YOU ACTUALLY READ? Did your MUMMY have to write your comment for you? Have you compared these latest watered-down, inneffectual musings with the brilliant, thought provoking, side-splitting, keyboard-ruining, monitor-staining episodes of previous years or are you just mindless sycophants?
Enough is enough. If Simon isn't available to write this column then just say so and kill it, rather than allow his reputation to continue being tarnished by these pathetic substitutes.
Lets see if El Reg has the guts to allow this comment through - my last two didn't make it, probably due to equally disparaging remarks.
P.S. If Simon really did write this column then I will expect no less than a visit by two or more people armed with cattle-prods, er, sorry, circuit testers.
As Fate Would Have It
One of our 'senior support consultants' made me a coffee this morning, for the first time EVER in 13 years.
Methinks I might be about to have a bad weekend.
Black Helicopters as I can't don't believe in coincidences.
Fantastic Imagery as usual
I must admit that whenever I read BOFH I always try to picture the scene as in a movie, with well known actors taking the roles. In this case...
BOSS - Kelsey Gammer
BOFH - Ricky Gervais
PFY - ?? - open to suggestions
Rescuer - Bruce Willis
Paris - as herself, somewhere.
The Nightmares Return
I used to install SCO Xenix (thats right, XENIX) for a living in a previous life, followed by SCO System V Unix.
I then spent a number of years working with OS/2 Warp (more DOS than DOS as the ads went). I've been in recovery for a number of years, and then I read this...
GAAAH - Doris - fetch the appliance!
- Mexican Cobalt-60 robbers are DEAD MEN, say authorities
- Apple's spamtastic iBeacon retail alerts launch with Frisco FAIL
- Submerged Navy submarine successfully launches drone from missile tubes
- Apple sends in the bulldozers as Fruit Loop construction begins
- Pix Astroboffins spot HOT, YOUNG GIANT where she doesn't belong