Jargons of Info Tech industry

axel at white-eagle.invalid.uk axel at white-eagle.invalid.uk
Tue Aug 23 18:36:15 CEST 2005


In comp.lang.perl.misc Chris Hills <chris at phaedsys.org> wrote:
> In article <IJpOe.175886$zs4.9923722 at phobos.telenet-ops.be>, jan V
> <nul at nul.be> writes
>>>          +-------------------+             .:\:\:/:/:.
>>>          |   PLEASE DO NOT   |            :.:\:\:/:/:.:
>>>          |  FEED THE TROLLS  |           :=.' -   - '.=:
>>>          |                   |           '=(\ 9   9 /)='
>>>          |   Thank you,      |              (  (_)  )
>>>          |       Management  |              /`-vvv-'\
>>>          +-------------------+             /         \
>>>                  |  |        @@@          / /|,,,,,|\ \
>>>                  |  |        @@@         /_//  /^\  \\_\
>>>    @x@@x@        |  |         |/         WW(  (   )  )WW
>>>    \||||/        |  |        \|           __\,,\ /,,/__
>>>     \||/         |  |         |      jgs (______Y______)
>>> /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\//\/\\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\
>>
>>Please don't use ASCII art... not everyone uses a fixed-width font for his
>>newsreader...............
 
> I thought usenet specified fixed font. If you  use something else don't
> complain. 
 
> The Troll don't look pretty in fixed font either:-)

I don't think trolls are supposed to look pretty, but rather ugly.

Axel



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