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Journal Journal: OK stop. I get it. Some asshole lied. 1

It's that time again kitties, the OpenBSD release song and artwork has been published, but this time there is an extra song, which is found on the OpenBSD audio CD that contains all the release songs from 3.0 to 4.0. The songs, titled Humppa Negala and OpenVOX, are two rather different songs, while Humppa Negala is obviously a Humppa song OpenVOX is a hip-hopping explanation of how Ty Semaka and Theo de Raadt come together to make the release art and music. Both songs are available for download now in both .mp3 and .ogg vorbis formats from the OpenBSD site and if not already, will be on mirrors shortly. OpenVOX also deals with the current subject of the allegations against Intel. And man, why ain't there a topic option of OpenBSD? I am positive there are more OpenBSD users than GNUStep ones.
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Journal Journal: Placeholder 3

So, you're reading my journal. You really aught to find something better to do, I probably won't update it.

This is just here incase someone wants to yell at me for being a dick without doing so on an actual discussion thread.

The obligitory biography: I am a fat geeky white guy with the stereotypical long hair, glasses and pimples. I like to eat, sleep, read, fight and mess with computers. I don't like to drink, smoke or talk.

Most people who see me either see me with a twisted grin on my face or a scowl, these are not what they appear however, I generally am grinning when blankfaced because that's just how my mouth curves and any other expressions are just you seeing it from the wrong angle.

I almost always have a ballcap on, generally sans-logo because I just want the shade.

I know more about Tolkien's works than any sane man, though I've not read them in a while and like my French it grows rust.

There, you know as much as anyone I've met.

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