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(Arun, keep fingers away! :)

Hello CRAK,

sorry about stealing your idea in this question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Email/Lotus_Notes/Q_20429259.html

For compensation take please the points offer from this question.

And forgive me my fault.

Cheers,
Zvonko
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by:snocross
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Yeah but now CRAK will receive 1200 points instead of 300.  What a bonus!
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by:Zvonko
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Read the bible and you will see how much has a thief to return. It is more then three times :)

Read Exodus 22:1
http://www.biblegateway.com/cgi-bin/bible?passage=EXOD+22&language=english&version=KJV&showfn=on&showxref=on

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by:AndrewJayPollack
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Thanks.
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by:Arunkumar
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Thank You Zvonko.

CRAK.
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by:Arunkumar
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Damn!

I missed it by one minute.

-Arun.
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by:snocross
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Thanks for the points!

-Zvonko
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by:snocross
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Damn, I just tried to fool myself but I caught on to what I was up to!  Nice link Zvonko... but it does not seem to be standard 3 for everything... an ox is times 5 but a sheep is only worth times 4...
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by:scottrma
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But snocross if you did fool Zvonko, wouldn't that mean that you would have to repay him back 4 x 300 = 1200 points for fooling him?

:-)

Scott
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by:Zvonko
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Fooling is no theft :-)

And for the factor: three is for donkey or monkeys :)

But where is CRAK???



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by:Arunkumar
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I am here very much bud.

CRAK.
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by:snocross
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Ha ha ha!!  Ok I will have to post points for CRAK now just for laughing at that.
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by:Arunkumar
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Looking forward for it bro.
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CRAK earned 1600 total points
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You guys are nuts! But I like it! You're all ok!
Sorry to enter this late.... I'm f****n' busy lately. We're releasing a number of updates this month. A couple of things came back from test and needed improvement a.s.a.p. Then there is this awfull load of work that piled up over the last three months: one of the application that I took over when my collelue had to leave never needed maintenance... Tha't what they told me! There appeared to be about 500 files in an error-dir on one of the servers since mid Dec. last year. Got to look into each of those and determine the cause of failure, see if it needs fixing or if it's too late to try again. And that's only one of the (about 40) servers. Each might carry a load like that.
The files contain info on what to do... in Progress / Oracle databases, several events trigger the release of files. These are supposed to be picked up by "my" application (notes) for further handling (workflow). It monitors the events and things drawn up in contracts. Based on that it sets new triggers in other databases.
And they used to simply delete those error files.... ignore the errors! Contract agreements weren't met as a result.... great stuff! It must have be happening since Oct 2001!
Anyway.... I can hardly find time to try and score a few points! I welcome these!

Interesting point Scott! And I think with Aruns settlement for all the points he stole from Zvonko, Zvo might already be in 2nd place! (Who knows... perhaps even 1st... I didn't keep track!)
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by:Arunkumar
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He is already in three places. He does not want to take 2nd place though.

:)
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by:Zvonko
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You do not see this in the rank list, but with my third account I got already 103K points.
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by:Zvonko
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Oh, and before my Bro manage to steal this too I give it to CRAK :)

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by:scottrma
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All this just makes me thank God for sending Jesus, because it's no longer about an eye for an eye (or 4 eyes for an eye), now it's all about forgiveness of such things....

:-)

Scott
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by:Zvonko
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Me too Scott, me too :-)

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by:snocross
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Wow that was a lot of venting.  I hope you feel better now that you got that out of your system CRAK.
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by:CRAK
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Ok ok... I forgive you!
(Can I get a subscription on this "For CRAK only" stuff, or would that mean you've been misbahaving yourself again?)
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by:snocross
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Sure how's once in every blue-moon sound?
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by:CRAK
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I checked my calendar.... don't know. When's the next???
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by:snocross
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We may never know.... just have to wait.
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