fsxkcd #2

Saturday, 27 January 2007

ME

Did you see this?

MYSELF

Yeah, so? He got his heart broken and his side of it is pretty clear. Root? He addeth and He deleteth? Control freak. Hello!

ME

Oh, I thought it was kind of a sweet way to show the geek side of a break-up. How he let her into his box. She might even have had sudo for all you know.

MYSELF

What!? What about my break-up a month ago?

ME

What did you do that was so geeky?

MYSELF

I sold all her shit on eBay.

ME

That’s not geeky. That’s just mean.

MYSELF

But I used the XML from an inventory-tracker Java applet I wrote her to keep track of her shopping and junk to put it all up on eBay with a bulk-lister I wrote in Python. And I advertised the auctions on my new revenge site, my-ex-didnt-orgasm.org. It runs on Rails and it generates random insults and stories about her and a Mexican mail mule. I wrote a blog comment spammer in Perl to spread the word about her damage.

ME

[Cough]

MYSELF

What? Not impressed?

ME

Microsoft is right. Open source is fucking dangerous.

MYSELF

Oh, sudo blow me.

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