Saturday, October 4th, 2014
On Friday, WTFL’s own Global Logistics Resourcing Manager, Grubby Dave from City Link, successfully sodded off down the pub instead of doing his afternoon drops. While refreshing himself with a 4th pint of Gin & Tonic, he checked to see if there was anything worth selling and blaming the loss on gypsies.
Fortunately, OggCamp had donated all their T-shirts to Europe’s premier Syphilis Culture and Sharing Conference WrongCamp 14.
This year there will be:
Communal Itching Sessions!!
Friday, August 9th, 2013
Somebody using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org, wrote this comment on “Ballmer Star Wars 3”.
Thanks for the auspicious writeup. It in fact was once a
leisure account it. Glance complex to far added agreeable from you!
However, how can we keep up a correspondence?
Well Tommy, Our user experience manager Horst Ticklebollock, Would like to address the points you raise directly.
Much obligations to you must in go from me Tommy!
Fluffy. It is with much knocking on the dribbler that everybody at WTFLinux put alongside the Ballmer Star Wars 3 post. Leisure account it, me and the ticklers ejaculated toppingly at your emission. Discombobulation towards the complex notwithstanding, fluffy bunny and agreeable, whilst simultaneously not, away from me.
As for correspondence, if “fuck off you spammer” counts, the possibility is likely to be arousing.
I don’t think anybody could misunderstand Horst there. Well done you tickler 🙂
Friday, April 26th, 2013
This morning, officials of the IT arm of the Chinese Government hosted a press conference to promote their respin of Ubuntu for the Chinese market. Comrade Commander the Community Secretariat, Jorro Beijing took the podium. Here’s a transcript of the Q&A with the assembled technical press at the event.
(CNET) How is social media integration handled in this Distro?
(JB) Well obviously, we have considered <censored> and it’s all going to be fine.
(PC World) <censored> interface?
(JB) <censored> yes.
(Heise) <censored> ?
(JB) <censored> but naturally, we reckon Unity is a load of <censored>.