[sclug] Cheap'n'nasty Tesco Linux machines

Alex Butcher lug at assursys.co.uk
Mon Mar 17 01:16:15 UTC 2008

On Mon, 17 Mar 2008, John Stumbles wrote:

> BSF I see we agree that it works in small communities, probably of a size 
> where everyone knows each other. ISTR a telly prog a few years ago about a 
> tribal group. One member had returned from a stay in civilisation and was 
> sitting around like a lazy arse while everyone else did the work. The leader 
> of the tribe was unfazed about it, reckoning - correctly as it turned out - 
> that he'd get bored sitting around apart from all his fellows and would get 
> stuck in shortly.

Presumably there was no crack, porn, Sky TV or cheap lager available? ;-)

Best Regards,
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