Only 18 year old Macallan?!
Any BOFH worth his salt would plump for the 21 or 25y.o. surely? Especially if someone else is picking up the tab :-)
So the PFY and I are both on a quick junket to Paris and have managed to score seats in business class thanks to the combination of the Boss' short sightedness and the PFY accidentally stepping on his glasses until the lenses broke. "So what's this junket about then?" I ask the PFY while making the exact amount of eye contact …
It's true, the best results with hardware are achieved when pissed. It's pure science. Alcohol is a depressant and so gives you relaxed, steady hands. It's my excuse and I'm sticking with it.
However I don't expect many of the paraffin-lamp-bus-drivers would really be shocked when someone mentions drinking ;o>
By Matt Webster
Posted Friday 10th August 2007 11:42 GMT
Another first class episode!
Speaking of which... "the uniformed woman striding down from first class"
You mean to say that with all their wit and cunning they only flew economy class
Not according to the very first line in the episode.....
If you want really good Whiskey get a bottle of Middleton Very Rare. Only 50 casks a year are made. Each bottle is numbered and signed by the Master Distiller for the ultimate guarantee of quality.
This is one whiskey that really has to be tried but be prepared to pay at least 100 pounds a bottle.
If this is to become a list of favorite whiskey or recommendations there of for other bofh's out there may I recommend (ages in order of quality, best first);
Highland park, 35, 25, 15, 18, 12
Dallas Dhu, 23, 19, 15
Glenmorangie 12 golden rum cask, 10 three cask, 12, 10
The highland park 35 and 25 are generally cask strength and should be diluted to taste preferably with highland spring water for consistency.
Just a few of my favorites :)
I know that the Navy now use M$ on some warships, but aeroplanes would not be running Microsoft OSes for anything remotely critical. And although it could be fairly standard Intel type hardware, it's unlikely to boot from USB by nature of a locked down BIOS and lack of accessible physical ports.
Of course it's only in the dream of the BOFH that he fixed the "system" and saved the plane etc...
I thought it actually went down before waking up ...
... of course, that is if it is to be of Final Destination tradition. (Take in mind that reformatting would wipe out any software in there, regardless of the new OS ;)
Anyway, isn't there some disclaimer about Winbugs not to be used in situations where somebody's life would depend on it? (Medical appliances to boot with)
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