June 8th, 2004

GZA

A few questions...

Some things I would like to know, while I work on the froshling config:

Poll #305054 A few important questions

O.J. Simpson - 10 years later - what do you believe from what you know about the case?

I believe he murdered Nicole and Ronald.
28(73.7%)
I believe he was involved with their deaths, but did not kill them himself.
5(13.2%)
I believe he covered something up about the death, but was not responsible.
4(10.5%)
I believe he's an innocent victim of the media and corrupt police force.
1(2.6%)

O.J. Simpson - right after both trials - what did you believe about the case?

I believed he murdered Nicole and Ronald.
29(76.3%)
I believed he was involved with their deaths, but did not kill them himself.
5(13.2%)
I believed he covered something up about the death, but was not responsible.
1(2.6%)
I believed he was an innocent victim of the media and corrupt police force.
3(7.9%)

O.J. Simpson - right after both trials - did you think he'd ever find the ``real killer(s)''?

Yes. Between golfing, acting, and raising his kids - he would get to the bottom of it.
7(18.4%)
No. I thought he was on a hopeless noble quest.
2(5.3%)
Yes. Every morning, when he looked into the bathroom mirror.
29(76.3%)

Why can't Windows patches standardize command line switches?

-n /norestart -z -unattend /passive -q
3(7.7%)
They're out to fucking get you!
17(43.6%)
Because they really want you to use their web interface.
19(48.7%)

Do you ever really use the ``back'' button on many websites that they've been telling people to put on every site since Lynx was cool?

Yes. They're helpful and handy.
0(0.0%)
If it's a well constructed website, yes. Otherwise I tell my browser to back the fuck up.
8(21.1%)
No. I hit the back button, a keyboard shortcut, use a mouse gesture, or otherwise tell my browser to go back a step. Even Lynx had that functionality, it's easier than finding a button.
20(52.6%)
Manifest FUCKING destiny. I never go back. Only forward. Go West, young man!
10(26.3%)
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