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From János Löbb <janos.l...@yale.edu>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] When it rains it pours...
Date Mon, 30 Nov 2009 17:38:39 GMT

On Nov 27, 2009, at 10:59 AM, Evan Platt wrote:

> On Fri, 27 Nov 2009 13:26:56 +0100, you wrote:
>
>> And we are also looking in to getting a UPS for our coffeemachine,
>> because not being able to have a coffee when an outage condems you to
>> unproductivity is next to unbearable...
>
> I worked at a company once that had a coffee machine in the
> 'breakroom' which was right outside the door of the 2 bathrooms -
> where there was a sink and microwave and coffee pot. One day at a
> company meeting, someone mentioned it was about time to get a new
> coffee pot brush. One person turned pale white. "What... coffee..
> pot... brush?"
> The other person said "The one right under the sink, right by the
> coffee pot!" and the other person said "You've been using that on the
> coffee pot?"
> "Yes. Why?"
> "Uhhh... I've been using that on the toilets."
>
> I think it was a while before anyone drank coffee anymore.
>

When I was sitting in a refugee camp in Switzerland between 1986-1988  
I had to do daily chores.  One of them was to clean the bathrooms  
located on the floor.  One day as I grabbed my devices and started to  
do it, I saw two persons standing in front of one urinals.  One of  
them was bending.  I almost turned and went away, but in the last  
moment I realized that the bending was just washing his hair, and the  
other one was pushing the tap down, so the water flowed continuously.   
They looked apache - black hair and sun-dried skin -, but there were  
no tom-cat around :)

The coffee was made by an austrian cook from neighboring Voralberg :)

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