Berkeley CSUA MOTD:2002:December:22 Sunday <Saturday, Monday>
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2002/12/22 [Uncategorized] UID:26883 Activity:moderate
12/21   Let me save you the trouble and effort of deleting the 3 remaining
        threads which are either old, pointless, or have no new replies for
        2 days.  Nice n spiffy clean now, just the way you like it!
        \_ you got shit on by your master again, huh
           \_ huh?
2002/12/22 [Recreation/Dating] UID:26884 Activity:nil
12/21   Nipples.
        \_Toes, knees, NIPPLES.  Toes, knees, nipples, KNUCKLES...
          Nipples, dimples, knuckles, NICKLES, wrinkles, pimples!!
          I don't like FRANK SINATRA or his CHILDREN.
2002/12/22 [Recreation/Food] UID:26885 Activity:nil
2002/12/22-23 [Uncategorized] UID:26886 Activity:very high
12/22  and
        to see the new "Street Walker Barbie(c)"!  Great stuff from a company
        that filed suit over S&M Barbie(c).
        \_ Oh please, it's just lingerie barbie.
           \_ I've seen the same outfits on corner whores in Oakland.
        \_ They claim that she's "African American".
2002/12/22-23 [Computer/SW/Unix] UID:26887 Activity:insanely high
12/22   dumb bash question: is there a built-in shell command equivalent to
        tcsh's which command?  the system I'm on doesn't have /usr/bin/which.
        \_ type
           \_ thanks.
        \_ obUseTcsh
           \- even i'd say that's dumb. --psb
              \_ Not so.  If you want tcsh commands, use tcsh.  Bash is a
                 stupid shell.
                 \_ bash may be a stupid shell, but the answer to the
                    question is type, not obUseTcsh
                 \_ I'm not using bash by choice.  If this system had tcsh
                    I'd use it.  If this system allowed me to install my own
                    binaries, I'd install tcsh (and/or which), but it doesn't.
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:2002:December:22 Sunday <Saturday, Monday>