“Tere IT spetsialistid ja muud professionaalid”

Nii algas kiri, milles üks sisekasutaja teatas kurvast faktist, et ühe teatud rakenduse poolteist kuud tootes olnud versioonis on viga. Ja et kuna see takistab tal Olulise Aruande tegemist, siis olgu ära parandatud või eelmine versioon tagasi pandud. Sai siis kasutajale selgitatud, kuidas ekselis search&replace abil üleliigsed jutumärgid ära korjata.

Arvasin, et jõulude ja uue aasta vahel teeb tööd ainult meie kontor, aga võta näpust. Kuidas võib ikka inimene eksida!

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Eelmisel nädalal luuranud tõbi on lõpuks pärale jõudnud. Nohu, kõha, kibe kurk ja kerge palavik. Igati sobiv konditsioon vana aasta matusteks ja uue aasta vastuvõtuks. Tundub, et tuleb selline… perekeskne üritus 😉

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“Tere IT spetsialistid ja muud professionaalid”

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tulevad sedapuhku Family Guy staari Peter Griffini vahendusel:

Christmas is the magical time of the year when ghost of the Jesus rises from the grave to feed on the flesh of the living. That’s why we’re singing chorals to let him sleep.

Tõsi küll, mina lasen Jeesusele unelaulu laulda :wumpscut:‘il, kõrvale sobib päris hästi Terre Molin Amarone, 2001 aasta väljalase.

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Kolm põhjapõtra ja veider jõuluvana Saku võimlas

Mida oligi tarvis tõestada: Marilyn Manson on laivis sama tüütu, kui plaadil. Teda vaadates-kuulates ei saa kuidagi lahti tundest, et ta teeb laval tükke ning hirmutab kristlasi ja pereinimesi ainult seetõttu, et taoline rahvavaenlase immits müüb päris hästi. Meigikorra all tegutseb väike rahamasin, ei mingit siirust või maailmavaadet. Või on asi selles, et neid lugusid, kus meigikorra all on hoomata päris inimest ja annet, nt “I Put a Spell on You” Lost Highway soundträkilt, ei ole Marilyn viimasel ajal tuuril esitanud ja hitikogumikel tiražeerinud.

Aga see selleks. Enne Marilyni etteastet juhtus veel asju. Esmalt selgus, et õlleletis ei saa kaardiga maksta. Tehnikasajand, junõu. Siis esines mingi erakordselt tüütu soome bänd, meenutas kangesti Placebo mõttetumaid hetki. Aga õnneks veetsime me enamuse sellest sõust õlut juues ja sabas seistes…

Kolm põhjapõtra ja veider jõuluvana Saku võimlas

In Flames: Used & Abused… In Live We Trust

Mis seal salata, ootasin enamat. Hammersmithis toimunud laivist tundub olevat ainult osa ja Anders näib seal olevat purjus. Laiv Sticky Fingersis võis olla bändile ja paarisajale kaasaelajale oluline, samas DVDl ei jäta see teab mis muljet. Võib olla on asi ka selles, et mulle Soundtrack to Your Escape eriti ei meeldi… Reroute to Remain’i lood rokivad muidugi sajaga, samas on neist esindatud ainult mõni üksik. Plusspoolele jääb ka Pantera Fucking Hostile‘i kaver Hammersmithis.

Lõpetuseks üks lugu Reroute to Remainilt, koos sõnadega. Kui tähelepanelikult jälgida, siis käib sealt läbi ka kerge emoteema 😀

Cloud Connected

People like you;
you live in a dream world
You despise the outside
and you fear the next one

It’s in your dream
There’s just one question
Should I kill
or should I be left behind?

Sick and tired
of all your complaints
This is the hour,
we bring it down

I’ve come to realize
With every little glimpse you fade
I was told that I could fly
When least expected – cloud connected

You seem to be
so introverted
How come we fail
with all that is given

You crossed the line
You remember my name
Time runs backwards
As long as you are heading that way

In Flames: Used & Abused… In Live We Trust

Mida panna raamatu tagakaanele?

Selle keerulise küsimuse lahendamiseks korraldas Scott Adams võistluse, ja vaat mis välja tuli. Nimekiri on pärit viimasest Dilberti ajalehest

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

“‘What a perfect companion for my afternoon milk bath,” I thought while picking up this little gem on my way home from work. Within the hour I had laughed myself into a neck-deep tomb of butter. My wife came in, sipping her eggnog, and topped me with meringue.”

Nicolas Feia

1. (First runner up)
Like a diligent little dung beetle, Adams slogs through the online jungle searching for fresh nuggets of news to polish into his daily blog entries. Some people say you can’t polish a turd, but after reading this book, I’d say they’re just not rubbing hard enough.

Matt Nelson

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2. As a smokin’ hot woman, I found this book hilariously funny and I’d seriously consider making out with any guy I saw reading it.

Diana Wales

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3. I HAVE to buy this book! My kidnappers had a copy but my dad foolishly paid the ransom an hour too soon.

Richard Factor

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4. “This book was so good, I showed it to my wife and said, ‘This is how sex is supposed to feel like.”

Richard Yee

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5. If my dog could read, this is definitely the one book that I would want her to read to me!

Vincent Bernatowicz

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6. I was so upset when Grandad passed away from a Viagra overdose…It took us two weeks to nail the lid down on the coffin. I thought I’d never laugh again, until I read “STICK TO DRAWING COMICS, MONKEY-BRAIN”. Scott Adams cures the jaded.

John Robinson

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7. Everything my children are learning in school is wrong. I used to think. Now I know. Kids, your new textbook is here! Welcome to home school.

Nicolas Feia

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8. This book immediately grabbed me by my cookies. Can’t wait to have them dunked in the sequel.

Jonathan Germann

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9. I squeezed my eyes so hard when I laughed that it corrected the shape of my corneas and now I read better when I take my glasses off! Really! This book saved me a ton of money on laser eye surgery.

Joanne Powers

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10. I read every other page with my good eye closed. Now I can see music.

Billy Hart

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11. I used to be a nobody, and now i have a comment on the back of a book!

Chitrak Bandyopadhyay

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12. Man oh man, this is the kind of book my Pappy used to read to me before I went to sleep each night. Scott Adams, are you my Pappy?

Vincent Bernatowicz

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13. Even though this book killed my father, broke my brother’s legs, sold my mother into a life of prostitution, burnt our home to ashes, and left me an orphan on the street, jitter-bugging for pennies, I can not stay mad at it…it is just too funny.

Kevin Allen

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14. I started reading Stick to Drawing Comics, Monkey-Brain to my unborn child and it burst from my womb like that thing in Alien, grabbed the book and went back in. Damn baby, now I have to buy another copy.

Michael Rauma

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15. The reason that upper management restricted internet usage, now in convenient book form.

Rob Davis

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16. A delightful read…it has everything; humor, words, dangling participles, and did I detect a hint of nutmeg?

Chris Bachman

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17. This book was so funny my horse cried.

Jarrod Lancaster

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18. “Dear heirs, when I die please bury me with this book and Mr. Sniffles (the cat, not the butler).”

Carlos Gonzalez-Najera

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19. Scott Adams does it again. He does it hard, fast, and for money, just the way we like it. Life may go on if you don’t buy this book, but you’ll always wonder “What if?”

Erik Guttormsen

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20. I was reading this to my mother when she died. She refused to enter the light until I had finished.

Geoff Bonvallet

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21. A book so overflowing with brilliance and wit, it actually improves the quality of nearby books! Resellers: please stock a few copies of this book in your Garfield and Left Behind sections.

Paul Roub

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22. Like peanut butter for the soul.

John Coleman

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23. Finally, the answer to the question “What would Jesus read?”

Jim White

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24. “Learn Scott Adams’ money-making real estate secrets in his runaway bestseller “STICK TO DRAWING COMICS, MONKEY-BRAIN!”

Bill Malloy

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25. Scott Adams brings it! That’s just the way he rolls, Dog. Word!!!

Vincent Bernatowicz

The rest of these entries were disqualified for various reasons, but are worth noting for their wittiness.

A snake made me read this book and it made me aware of my own nudity! Totally worth it!

Michael Collett (disqualified)

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Ernest Hemingway meets Ayn Rand…but then after the initial “hellos” there’s this awkward silence, until he says something inappropriate like “nice tits” and she’s all like “Say what!?”, and they get into a slap fight.

SJC (disqualified)

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I don’t want to say that this is the best book ever written, but as I slid it into my bookshelf a chorus of angels began to sing and my other novels were engulfed in holy flame. I guess that’s a little ambiguous, though.

Ryan (disqualified)

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From the monkeys who typed Shakespeare comes the stunning sequel!

Okgenuine (disqualified)

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“Ask yourself, what would Jesus buy?”

simon (disqualified)

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“All the brilliance and wit of a blog, but in book form for old people like you!”

David (disqualified)

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Imagine if your mom was on fire. That’s what this book is like.

JVC Headphones (disqualified)

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Hey, other reviewers! If you like this book so much, why don’t you marry it?

ErinP (disqualified)

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I’ve imagined a book like this for years! To avoid disappointment I won’t be reading it, but you definitely should! I hear it’s GREAT!

$8 (disqualified)

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Before I found this, I was a pathetic, depressed, underappreciated, overworked, sexually impotent, joyless shell of a man. Now, I’m all those things with a funny book.

Kevin (disqualified)

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I haven’t felt this moist in years!

Chosti (disqualified)

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This book is so good, I’m buying two so that each eye can have its own copy.

Eric (disqualified)

Mida panna raamatu tagakaanele?