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1996/10/28 [Science, Science/GlobalWarming] UID:31962 Activity:nil
10/27   Hey!  It's our own cdaveb!  On the back page of the Business/Technology
        section of the Sunday SF Chron/Ex!  Go buy a copy now!
        \_ Was she cute?
           \_ Yes, and so is her husband. -- Marco (-8
           \_ She was interviewed, not pictured, since unlike sexist pigs
         such as you, others realize she is an intelligent person with
         something interesting to say, no matter what she may or may
         not look like.  -- a soda male who has no idea what she
         looks like, but knows what type of person she is via walls
         \_ No one in real life is like they are on walls.
         \_ Speaking from experience, she has poor taste in cuisine,
            art, and music, and her technology skills are rudimentary
            at best.  - psb
          \_ "Speaking from experience"?  Are you courting my
           wife? - Mr. cdaveb
         \_Partha's just jealous he isn't in the paper
         \_ If style, grace, charm, wit, social skills, and technology
          skills summed to a constant, I would fear Mr. Psb as
          a programmer.  Gee, Cari managed to graduate and
          get a real job in under four years. -ekim
           \_ and partha is our resident Martha Stewart
            \_ partha, go pick on the xcf instead.  leave
               cari alone.  --chris
            \_ cuisine, art & music are all personal preference - what
          you consider poor, others may love - and at least
          she's not afraid of computers, she may not be an
          expert, but learning UNIX, perl, html, etc.
          makes her much more computer-literate than
          99% of americans
          \_ Unfortunately, this is not a difficult achievement
           \_ for csua members, no - go hang out with
              people in the real world - non-technical
              types and realize just how stupid the
              average american really is these days
             \_ neither is having more clue than partha
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