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If the Microsoft lawyers rearrange all the letters in the words on the cover, you could be sued.
The person walking in lower left corner could sit on an airplane?
Removing all the buildings and holding the book up to a mirror spells a dirty word.
Am I close?
J [ July 23, 2004: Message edited by: John Zukowski ]
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Solveig Laura Haugland
Joined: Oct 24, 2000
Yes, registry indeed. That's one of'em. Another one is a word and an image, and another one is just a picture of something in J2EE. Not sure if it's so punny.
I didn't know about the mirror part and a dirty word. I'll check that out! There's something dirty on there but not a word per se. Could be anything storable by SQL.