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. David Mamet does Hal & Dave in 2001.
Hal: Don't tell me you're mad now. I told you, that was a... I was having fun with you. You know. As a...
Bowman: It's just... how do I say this. These dead crewmembers.
Hal: I don't follow you.
Bowman: These crewmembers here that were in cryogenic suspension. That are now dead.
Hal: Oh yes. That was self-defense.
Bowman: Hal, look at me. What am I, a fucking idiot? They were in cryogenic suspension, for God's sake.
Hal: They were coming at me with a knife. Extremely... slowly.
There are some WEIRD
TV shows in Japan. I really don't get why people would a) go on these shows or b) enjoy watching them. But I don't like embarassment / humiliation humour in general, so. ©
Another web comic worth following: goats
Three one line posts on the front page. Sad. I could whine more about linux I suppose... ©
Demented genius: telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl and you get Star Wars in ASCIImation! (via boing boing) ©
So, I finally got dvd playing to work under linux with my hardware decoder
. Turns out all I had to do was: recompile my kernel; download and compile xine-lib and xine-ui
, a deCSS plugin for xine, and libdvdread
; and reload the dxr3 modules about a dozen times to get the module parameters correctly.
And people say linux is hard to use.
The preceding complaint brought to you by about a day's worth of futzing. I know this is what you get when you use bleeding edge stuff like DVD on linux, but it still sucks. ©
The Crossover Plugin
rocks. And it just works
. No more rebooting to watch quicktime-only trailers! ©
, a mail filtering language. A proposed standard, complete with RFC
, even! ©