Subject: Re: your mail
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG, netbsd-advocacy@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Paul Newhouse <email@example.com>
Date: 04/22/1999 22:18:12
>I put my vote (ha, yeah, "vote") in for;
>"NetBSD: It'll be there when you're ready for it."
*8^) Well, if votes are being taken *8^), I vote for:
Of course it runs NetBSD,
hacker tested, mom ready,
it's there when you're ready for it.
In that order, all together or separately.
I asked my non-computer technical wife (as opposed to the
computer technical one), if any of them sounded better to her?
She has no appreciation of the multi-platform aspects so #1 got
the "huh" response.
She wrinkled her forehead at "mom ready", she appreciated it
after I recounted the "mom ready" thread but, it's too "insider"
oriented. So #2 didn't score well.
And she's not a Nicholson fan so ... scratch #3.
I still like them.
She asked if, "It's kinda like putting your PC on steroids?".
Which made me think of that Dick Butkus (sp?) commercial.
"Think of me as a teddy bear with muscles".
Is anybody keeping a list of the suggestions? Probably don't
have to keep track of the "Blow dogs for Jesus" ones (don't
think I recall that one exactly right but ...).