Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 42350
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2018/02/24 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2006/3/21 [Recreation/Dating, Computer] UID:42350 Activity:nil
3/21    reviews of virtual escorts:
        \_ This was posted like three weeks ago. -dans
2018/02/24 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

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        with gf's need not respond.               -not getting laid #3
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           \_ Why not? Curious minds would like to know. How many years
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2006/2/13-15 [Recreation/Dating] UID:41820 Activity:nil
2/13    reviews of escorts
        \_ Where is this?
        \_ Err, wait, someone is PAYING to have cybersex?
        \_ Wait, Second Life escorts? Wtf?
2006/2/4-7 [Recreation/Dating] UID:41706 Activity:low
2/4     Has anyone every deleted all their porn?  (Maybe to save
        time, or you got married, or you're about to go to jail
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        you regret your decision?
        \_ It was year 2001, 2 years after I graduated from Cal. Things
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2004/12/13-14 [Recreation/Dating] UID:35270 Activity:low
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        disable the rest the copies?
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7/20    For those who care btw, it looks like eclipse is now A Standard Tool
        at UCB ugrad cs, probably replaced emacs.  Furthermore, people get
        angry at seeing Makefiles, (since eclispe takes care of that).  I
        guess it's just a sign of the times.
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2008/12/3-8 [Computer/HW/CPU] UID:52157 Activity:kinda low
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        might be able to hit Intel up for donated/partially donated (reduced
        price) Core i7 Xeons when they come out?  Who would be a good person
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2008/11/29-12/6 [Computer/SW/OS/FreeBSD, Computer/SW/OS/VM] UID:52129 Activity:moderate
11/29   I'm experimenting with virtualization, and as a poor college student
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