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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: [OT] mod_jk and mod_rewrite
Date Mon, 05 Nov 2012 22:37:34 GMT
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On 11/5/12 4:35 PM, André Warnier wrote:
> Mark Eggers wrote:
>> On 11/5/2012 11:56 AM, Christopher Schultz wrote:
>>> André,
>>> On 11/5/12 5:24 AM, André Warnier wrote:
>>>> By the way, your message shows a time that sems out of whack,
>>>> as compared to my time, but also as compared to the other
>>>> messages on the list. This can create some problems for
>>>> people who follow this list by date/time (*).  You may want
>>>> to check the date/time on your workstation.
>>>> (*) For example, it looks like I answered your question
>>>> before you even asked it. This would be a useful gift to
>>>> have, except that I don't believe that I have Pid's crystall
>>>> ball at the moment, so I think your workstation time is the
>>>> culprit.
>>> Even if you had the precognitive crystal ball, it would be
>>> tough to get the mailing list to think that your initial
>>> message was a followup to one posted later*.
>>> - -chris
>>> * As usual, ignoring quantum effects
> With hindsight (foresight ?) I should have (will have ?) prefixed
> my answer with
> Pete, in response to the message which you will be posting later
> today, ...
> That would have made the list archives a lot more interesting.

For a few months, I had the pleasure of living in Florence, Italy
while working remotely for my employer who is based in the
America/New_York time zone. To add to the fun, I didn't have Internet
access in the flat I was renting, so I had to go to an Internet Café
at intervals to sync my email, perform RCS commits, etc.

I ended up writing a lot of emails like that.

Things like "by the time you read this message I will have done [___]
but I haven't actually done it, yet." Since I was living in a country
that has a different grammatical case for everything, I figured that
the future-past had to be one of them. Alas, such was not the case.
(Not that I could have handled learning how to do it in Italian at the
time: I was still working on the bare essentials like "My chest makes
noise when I breathe" and "are you sure it's viral and not bacterial?").

- -chris
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