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And so it ends (slightly off topic)



In a message written on Thu, Feb 03, 2011 at 07:48:45PM +0300, Alexandre Snarskii wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 03, 2011 at 11:04:29AM -0500, Ronald Bonica wrote:
> > Somehow, it is appropriate that this should happen on February 3. 
> > On February 3, 1959, Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and JP Richardson 
> > (aka The Big Bopper) died in a plane crash. Don McLean immortalized 
> > that day as "The Day The Music Died" in his 1971 hit, "American Pie".
> 
> And exactly this song was later rephrased as 'the day the routers died' 
> concerning IPv4 exhaustion at RIPE55 meeting. Another coincidence ? :) 

Let me see if I can speed this thread to it's eventual conclusion.  :)

Hitler clearly went into hiding and became Buddy Holly, who died
in the plane crash.  His unground supporters masterminded 9/11 in
his memory as a means to use up all the IPv4 addresses sparking a
revolution of socialism during the transition to IPv6 lead by Barack
Obama.  But what most people don't know is that Hitler was just a
messager from Xenu, who are fighting a proxy battle with the Raelians
on earth for control of the universe.  The Japanese have taken up
the fight, as the Raelians are here as whales.  It is the whales,
er Raelians who are pushing for IPv6, so they can address the entire
universe when their scheme for world domination finally succeeds.
This is why Japan spent so much energy with IPv6 early on, so they
could develop a stuxnet like virus that would infect all of the
Raelian IPv6 devices and destroy them.

It's all really quite obvious, I don't understand why so many people
don't see the connections.  They are all here in plain sight.

I really should stop watching cable news. :)

[For the humor impared, some or all of this message may be totally
made up.]

-- 
       Leo Bicknell - bicknell at ufp.org - CCIE 3440
        PGP keys at http://www.ufp.org/~bicknell/
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