|Proverbs, aphorisms, quotations (English)||by Linux fortune|
|"...Smugglers were arrested at the Canadian border by Microsoft-FBI for|
attempting to import copies of banned 'Linux' software. Such contraband is
prohibited by the 35th Amendment because it infringes on the inalienable
right of Microsoft to make money. Said one MS-FBI prosecutor, 'This is
just the latest salvo against Capitalism by the corporate terrorists in
Finland. We must put an end to these atrocities which irreperably harm
Microsoft employees, stockholders, customers, and ultimately the entire
-- Excerpt from a radio broadcast during the first day of the Month of
Disney (formerly December), 2028
|Well I looked at my watch and it said a quarter to five,|
The headline screamed that I was still alive,
I couldn't understand it, I thought I died last night.
I dreamed I'd been in a border town,
In a little cantina that the boys had found,
I was desperate to dance, just to dig the local sounds.
When along came a senorita,
She looked so good that I had to meet her,
I was ready to approach her with my English charm,
When her brass knuckled boyfriend grabbed me by the arm,
And he said, grow some funk of your own, amigo,
Grow some funk of your own.
We no like to with the gringo fight,
But there might be a death in Mexico tonite.
Take my advice, take the next flight,
And grow some funk, grow your funk at home.
-- Elton John, "Grow Some Funk of Your Own"
|When I was crossing the border into Canada, they asked if|
I had any firearms with me. I said, "Well, what do you need?"
-- Steven Wright
|An attorney was defending his client against a charge of first-degree murder.|
"Your Honor, my client is accused of stuffing his lover's mutilated body into
a suitcase and heading for the Mexican border. Just north of Tijuana a cop
spotted her hand sticking out of the suitcase. Now, I would like to stress
that my client is *___not* a murderer. A sloppy packer, maybe..."
|Christoph, please remember that irony is not available between the Canadian|
and Mexican border.... you are confusing them again 8)
- Alan Cox on linux-kernel