FC2 & dual boot.. problem still there :(

Guy Fraser guy at incentre.net
Tue May 18 22:07:03 UTC 2004

Rodolfo J. Paiz wrote:

> At 14:36 5/18/2004, Schlueri wrote:
>> I've searching around and find this in bugzilla:
>> http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=115980
>> They are speaking from LOOSING DATA!
>> This should be priority ONE in bugfixing, if this really is a bug.
> As a friendly suggestion, Schlueri, and because at least 20 people 
> make the same mistake every day, let me make a correction:
>         * "Loose" as an adjective means not tight, or not tied up, or 
> relaxed. It can also be a verb, with the same meaning as "release" as 
> in "loose the dogs."
>         * "Lose" is a verb meaning the opposite of gain, or the 
> opposite of win. It can also mean to misplace.
> So you can lose your watch if the wristband is too loose. Or you can 
> loosen the knot in your tie so you don't choke and lose your breath. 
> Or you can lose money, lose data, or lose your business for having 
> been too loose with security.
> Hope you don't mind the correction!
> Cheers,

English sux... I wish I gnu sum thin else. :o)

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