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Re: [ProgSoc] The ProgSoc Brick
An amusing thought, but it's not really a responsible use of progsoc funds
unless it does more than fulfill the prez's desire to be hoopy and froody.
He's enough of a really together guy to do that without the assistance of
our membership fees, surely. ;)
</2 cents worth>
On Mon, 22 May 2000, Christian Kent wrote:
> Okay, time to be froody. I want to do something fun with ProgSoc's money.
> This week you can buy $50 bricks from Boral to be laid at the Olympic
> site, and you get to pick 24 characters to be engraved on it. You can
> pick any 24 characters on a normal keyboard, and spaces have to be
> included unless you want to use a linebreak instead. You get a maximum of
> 3 lines but also a maximum of 12 characters per line. Oh, and it has to
> be upper-case.
> I was thinking that this would be a perfect way to immortalise a ProgSoc
> public key, but that would require how many bricks? And there's no
> guarantee that they'd be laid next to each other. So has anyone some
> UTS PROGRAMMERS SOCIETY
> PROGRAMMERS SOCIETY
> THE PROGSOC BRICK
> THE FUCKING BRICK (not likely to pass)
> PROGSOC: TFB
> PROGSOC BACKUP BRICK
> PROGSOC BACKUP 20000531
> <A HREF="220.127.116.11">
> THIS IS A P.R.O.M.
> THIS IS A W.O.R.M.
> [ PROGSOC@nospam.BRICK ~]$ (linebreaks no good)
> /DEV/BRICK -IDLE
> ' TFB: DO NOT TURN OFF
> Or we could blow loads of money and spread a cryptic message across
> several bricks, and you'd have to walk around Fig Grove Homebush Bay to
> find all of them. (Likely to be within sight of each other though).
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Did you know: Prince John boasted that he only changed his sewn-on
underwear when it rotted off his body?
Now even the most disgusting person you know is better than a prince.
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