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    Member Elendil's Heir's avatar
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    No, I have vivid dreams only a few times a year, as far as I know.

    TNP wakes up from most dreams feeling a bit wistful.

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    No. I feel stimulated, invigorated, and surprised. Yes I remember the vast majority of them, or I would if it wouldn't take me hours to write them all down.

    TNP knows a "big" (for a hick town) bookstore about which it would be a real shame if something happened to it. Bunch of illiterate rubes staffing the store who don't know shit, and who don't know shit about how to operate a store in a city center. ZOMG homeless might come in! So scary! Bunch of illiterate pussies, who also happen to be chiseling little weasels.

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    No, the only big, good bookstore I know of is well-run and always worth a visit.

    TNP has bought an actual dead-tree-edition book in the past week.

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    Yep. Hardcover, to boot. It's a guide to how to do a bunch of shit in a flavor of Linux called Red Hat Enterprise Linux aka CentOS or Red Hat Fedora, Scientific Linux, or some other virtually-identical forks without obligation to purchase the Enterprise-level of technical support from RHEL (although they do have a beta-ish Developer's edition which is available free of license obligations). And, yes, it is boring as shit, but it's good as a reference if you need to quickly look something up and don't want to look it up online. Although, aside fom use in industry, I don't see much value in Red Hat flavors of Linux: straight Debian or one of its many forks are just as powerful AFAIK and, since there are so many of them, it's very easy to find one pre-tuned to your specific needs.

    TNP thinks "penetration tester" is a pretty neat job title. Because of, you know.

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    Yeah, worth putting on a T-shirt.

    TNP has more than 3 t-shirts with words on them.

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    Oh, hell yes. Dozens, even.

    TNP has at least three T-shirts that refer to different movies or TV shows.

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