[MOL] Fwd: Computer Song spoofs - Beatles Revisited [01878] Medicine On Line


[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[MOL] Fwd: Computer Song spoofs - Beatles Revisited



>  Yesterday
>  >
>  > Yesterday,
>  > All those backups seemed a waste of pay.
>  > Now my database has gone away.
>  > Oh I believe in yesterday.
>  > Suddenly,
>  > There's not half the files there used to be, And there's a milestone
>  > hanging
>  > over me The system crashed so suddenly.
>  > I pushed something wrong
>  > What it was I could not say.
>  >
>  > Now all my data's gone
>  > and I long for yesterday-ay-ay-ay.
>  >
>  > Yesterday,
>  > The need for back-ups seemed so far away.  I knew my data was all here to
>  > stay, Now I believe in yesterday.
>  >
>  >   ===================================
>  >
>  > Eleanor Rigby
>  >        -------------
>  > Eleanor Rigby
>  > Sits at the keyboard
>  > And waits for a line on the screen
>  > Lives in a dream
>  > Waits for a signal
>  > Finding some code
>  > That will make the machine do some more.
>  > What is it for?
>  >
>  > All the lonely users, where do they all come from?
>  > All the lonely users, why does it take so long?
>  > Guru MacKenzie
>  > Typing the lines of a program that no one will run;
>  > Isn't it fun?
>  > Look at him working,
>  > Munching some chips as he waits for the code to compile;
>  > It takes a while...
>  > All the lonely users, where do they all come from?
>  > All the lonely users, why does it take so long?
>  > Eleanor Rigby
>  > Crashes the system and loses 6 hours of work;
>  > Feels like a jerk.
>  > Guru MacKenzie
>  > Wiping the crumbs off the keys as he types in the code;
>  > Nothing will load.
>  > All the lonely users, where do they all come from?
>  > All the lonely users, why does it take so long?
>  >
>  >   ===================================
>  > Unix Man
>  >        --------
>  > He's a real UNIX Man
>  > Sitting in his UNIX LAN
>  > Making all his UNIX plans
>  > For nobody.
>  >
>  > Knows the blocksize from du(1)
>  > Cares not where /dev/null goes to Isn't he a bit like you And me?
>  > UNIX Man, please listen(2)
>  > My lpd(8) is missin'
>  > UNIX Man
>  > The wo-o-o-orld is at(1) your command.
>  > He's as wise as he can be
>  > Uses lex and yacc and C
>  > UNIX Man, can you help me At all?
>  >
>  > UNIX Man, don't worry
>  > Test with time(1), don't hurry UNIX Man The new kernel boots, just like
>  > you
>  > had planned.  He's a real UNIX Man Sitting in his UNIX LAN Making all his
>  > UNIX .plans For nobody ...  Making all his UNIX .plans For nobody.
>  >   =========================
>  > Something
>  >        ---------
>  > Something in the way it fails,
>  > Defies the algorithm's logic!
>  > Something in the way it coredumps...
>  > I don't want to leave it now
>  > I'll fix this problem somehow
>  > Somewhere in the memory I know, A pointer's got to be corrupted.
>  > Stepping in the debugger will show me...
>  > I don't want to leave it now
>  > I'm too close to leave it now
>  > You're asking me can this code go?
>  > I don't know, I don't know...
>  > What sequence causes it to blow?
>  > I don't know, I don't know...
>  >
>  > Something in the initializing code?
>  > And all I have to do is think of it!
>  > Something in the listing will show me...
>  > I don't want to leave it now
>  > I'll fix this tonight I vow!
>  >
>  
>  


---- Begin included message ----
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Diana Fitzgerald
> Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 1999 2:22 PM
> To:   'LUNG-ONC@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG'
> Subject:      FW: Computer Song spoofs - Beatles Revisited
>
> Hi everyone,
>
> I found this in my humor "archive" at work - some of you who really know
> about computers, etc., will be able to relate to all of the satire here
> but I only understand some of it.  But I thought it was worth
> sharing . .  . sorry if it's a little  long.  If cyberspace and computer
> stuff isn't of interest, this can be deleted now . . .   no need to read
> further.
> :-) and ((( )))
> A smile and a hug to all,
>
> Diana
>
> <
> The Beatles Updated
>                   ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> Yesterday
>        ---------
>
> Yesterday,
> All those backups seemed a waste of pay.
> Now my database has gone away.
> Oh I believe in yesterday.
> Suddenly,
> There's not half the files there used to be, And there's a milestone
> hanging
> over me The system crashed so suddenly.
> I pushed something wrong
> What it was I could not say.
>
> Now all my data's gone
> and I long for yesterday-ay-ay-ay.
>
> Yesterday,
> The need for back-ups seemed so far away.  I knew my data was all here to
> stay, Now I believe in yesterday.
>
>   ===================================
>
> Eleanor Rigby
>        -------------
> Eleanor Rigby
> Sits at the keyboard
> And waits for a line on the screen
> Lives in a dream
> Waits for a signal
> Finding some code
> That will make the machine do some more.
> What is it for?
>
> All the lonely users, where do they all come from?
> All the lonely users, why does it take so long?
> Guru MacKenzie
> Typing the lines of a program that no one will run;
> Isn't it fun?
> Look at him working,
> Munching some chips as he waits for the code to compile;
> It takes a while...
> All the lonely users, where do they all come from?
> All the lonely users, why does it take so long?
> Eleanor Rigby
> Crashes the system and loses 6 hours of work;
> Feels like a jerk.
> Guru MacKenzie
> Wiping the crumbs off the keys as he types in the code;
> Nothing will load.
> All the lonely users, where do they all come from?
> All the lonely users, why does it take so long?
>
>   ===================================
>
> Unix Man
>        --------
> He's a real UNIX Man
> Sitting in his UNIX LAN
> Making all his UNIX plans
> For nobody.
>
> Knows the blocksize from du(1)
> Cares not where /dev/null goes to Isn't he a bit like you And me?
> UNIX Man, please listen(2)
> My lpd(8) is missin'
> UNIX Man
> The wo-o-o-orld is at(1) your command.
> He's as wise as he can be
> Uses lex and yacc and C
> UNIX Man, can you help me At all?
>
> UNIX Man, don't worry
> Test with time(1), don't hurry UNIX Man The new kernel boots, just like
> you
> had planned.  He's a real UNIX Man Sitting in his UNIX LAN Making all his
> UNIX .plans For nobody ...  Making all his UNIX .plans For nobody.
>
>   ==================================
>
>
>
>
>   =========================
>
> Something
>        ---------
> Something in the way it fails,
> Defies the algorithm's logic!
> Something in the way it coredumps...
> I don't want to leave it now
> I'll fix this problem somehow
> Somewhere in the memory I know, A pointer's got to be corrupted.
> Stepping in the debugger will show me...
> I don't want to leave it now
> I'm too close to leave it now
> You're asking me can this code go?
> I don't know, I don't know...
> What sequence causes it to blow?
> I don't know, I don't know...
>
> Something in the initializing code?
> And all I have to do is think of it!
> Something in the listing will show me...
> I don't want to leave it now
> I'll fix this tonight I vow!
>
---- End included message ----