Re: California wimps need not apply

Fred Baker <> Thu, 15 December 1994 23:55 UTC

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Date: Thu, 15 Dec 1994 15:35:20 -0800
To: Brian Lloyd <>
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From: Fred Baker <>
Subject: Re: California wimps need not apply
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At 12:46 PM 12/15/94, Brian Lloyd wrote:
>Warning to the humor impaired: this reply message is sent in jest, i.e. is
>*not*, I repeat, *not* serious.  It contains no information of any
>substance.  Therefore, it clearly ... qualifies to be on the IETF
>standards track.

Is *that* the criterion? I have been trying to figure out the criterion for
some time now...

>It's cold here in California too.  I had to wear a sweater yesterday!

I've been spending far too much time in San Jose. I was going to bring my
winter jacket, but my wife told me I needed something with long sleeves. So
I brought a poncho.

        If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much room!