Oh chew glass! I hate each and every one of your sorry a$$'s. Feel better now?
exeterdad, I'm still L(ing)MAO over that one.
Almost lost my coffee on that response.
bigpaws I'd be happy to bring you another cup, but after my second step I would probably forget what I doing and just drink the coffee myself.
reb, I moved this topic to the lounge since that seemed a better place for this sort of thread.
The Headacher, you were probably correct in doing so, and I'm sure I know why you did it.
I would almost cheer with everyone else, but then I remembered I'm prone to childish outbursts myself. Tongue
LOL Ok hanumizzle I'll let you compare notes with exeterdad.
I would like someone from Vector Linux to come over to my house and set up the distribution on my computer the way I like it whilst I recline in my easy chair and drink beer. On the way out that person will get a kick in the arse to help him/her to his/her automobile.
I've also heard that some people in Hell want icewater. One of you take them some or I'll have a hissy and start spewing vulgarities.
Love and thanks to everyone involved with Vector Linux in any way for the great distro and all the fantastic help since I started using it. I'm looking at you hanu, and exeterdad, and M0E, ... and a whole bunch of other people whose nicks I can't remember right now.
tomh38, that was classic. You're my kind of people. But neither of us know whether that is good or bad, do we? chuckle, chuckle, chucle
I have one more thing to add about myself. At my age, I feel like I have earned the right to be just a little bit opinionated. At 80 years of age, I served in WWII, followed the shameful episode of 'Charles Manson', laughed at and with the hippies, shook my head in dismay at the anti-war demonstrations during the Vietnam debacle, etc., etc. Now I find myself, after over 20 years of playing with computers, and determined to master VL, in a rather lonly place. In the area where I live there is absolutely no one even close to my age who wants to be a linux buddy. So the Vectorbie forum became my refuge, and you are stuck me until I get this linux thingy under my belt, so you best help me or you could be stuck with me for a long long time
thanks to all you neat people
reb "the social rebel, not a southern rebel"