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kgroneman
31-Jan-2018, 23:01
I tried to come up with a new IPv4 joke, but all the good ones were all already
used.

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ScorpionSting
01-Feb-2018, 00:24
*groan* @ grone-man


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malcolmlewis
01-Feb-2018, 01:38
On Wed 31 Jan 2018 10:01:29 PM CST, kgroneman wrote:

I tried to come up with a new IPv4 joke, but all the good ones were all
already used.



IP v4 I go to bed at night....?

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KBOYLE
01-Feb-2018, 01:58
kgroneman wrote:

> I tried to come up with a new IPv4 joke, but all the good ones were
> all already used.

Well... This is one way to revive this forum. ;-)

I'd tell you an IPv6 joke but the problem with IPv6 jokes is they're
long, obscure and no one gets them without translation.

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ab
01-Feb-2018, 02:03
And they're not funny if you explain them.

On 01/31/2018 05:58 PM, Kevin Boyle wrote:
> kgroneman wrote:
>
>> I tried to come up with a new IPv4 joke, but all the good ones were
>> all already used.
>
> Well... This is one way to revive this forum. ;-)
>
> I'd tell you an IPv6 joke but the problem with IPv6 jokes is they're
> long, obscure and no one gets them without translation.
>

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kgroneman
01-Feb-2018, 15:41
An IPv6 packet walks into a bar. Nobody talks to him.

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Dave Howe
01-Feb-2018, 16:15
On 31/01/2018 22:01, kgroneman wrote:
> I tried to come up with a new IPv4 joke, but all the good ones were all already
> used.
>
Have to find someone with IPv4 jokes already and buy them out then :)

KBOYLE
01-Feb-2018, 16:43
kgroneman wrote:

> An IPv6 packet walks into a bar. Nobody talks to him.

I think you found the same link as I did... ;-)

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kgroneman
01-Feb-2018, 19:20
Hey Dave Howe:

>Have to find someone with IPv4 jokes already and buy them out then

You never know when you'll need an extra IPv4 joke. They come in handy.

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Dave Howe
02-Feb-2018, 09:45
On 01/02/2018 18:20, kgroneman wrote:
> Hey Dave Howe:
>> Have to find someone with IPv4 jokes already and buy them out then
> You never know when you'll need an extra IPv4 joke. They come in handy.

Indeed. However, you can extend the lifetime of your existing IPv4
jokes by having comedians who don't have their own joke whisper ideas to
your border comedian, who can incorporate them into the jokes they have...

ScorpionSting
02-Feb-2018, 10:04
There are also private jokes....not quite so funny, but heaps of
them....just need a translator, as not everyone understands them


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Dave Howe
02-Feb-2018, 12:36
On 02/02/2018 09:04, ScorpionSting wrote:
>
> There are also private jokes....not quite so funny, but heaps of
> them....just need a translator, as not everyone understands them

Yup. I see that all the time - people telling each other a limited set
of IPv4 jokes - quietly, and on their own property - and pretending the
other sites aren't telling the same jokes over there.

kgroneman
02-Feb-2018, 15:58
Hey Dave Howe:

>Yup. I see that all the time - people telling each other a limited set
>of IPv4 jokes - quietly, and on their own property - and pretending the
>other sites aren't telling the same jokes over there.

Yea, over here we don't let just anyone listen in our our IPv4 jokes. If one
is especially funny we choose one guy to tell it in public. I don't like IPv6
jokes, they're too long.

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kgroneman
02-Feb-2018, 16:01
The absolute worst thing about a broadcast joke is that you have to tell it to
everyone in order to find the one person who gets it.

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ketter
02-Feb-2018, 16:45
On Fri, 02 Feb 2018 15:01:29 GMT, "kgroneman"
<kim.groneman@microfocus.com> wrote:

>The absolute worst thing about a broadcast joke is that you have to tell it to
>everyone in order to find the one person who gets it.

This thread is going down hill fast. :-)

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kgroneman
02-Feb-2018, 18:39
Hey KeN Etter:

>This thread is going down hill fast.

Ok, thread drift then: On a scale of 1 to 10, what are the chances of this
being a binary question?

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Bob
02-Feb-2018, 21:52
Never comfortable with 1-10, but in Hex I would say it's 0?

On 2/2/2018 12:39 PM, kgroneman wrote:
> Hey KeN Etter:
>
>> This thread is going down hill fast.
>
> Ok, thread drift then: On a scale of 1 to 10, what are the chances of this
> being a binary question?
>

kgroneman
02-Feb-2018, 22:49
I guess that depends on my original intent.

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hendersj
02-Feb-2018, 23:24
On Fri, 02 Feb 2018 17:39:03 +0000, kgroneman wrote:

> Hey KeN Etter:
>
>>This thread is going down hill fast.
>
> Ok, thread drift then: On a scale of 1 to 10, what are the chances of
> this being a binary question?

Duplicate ;)



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