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Bruno, long time ago

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Fri, 01 Jul 2005 Office famous words...

Julien: Ils aiment pas trop parler anglais.

Julien: They prefer not to speak english.

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Sat, 25 Jun 2005 Office famous words...

Olivier: Bruno m'embête avec son bateau.

Olivier: Bruno, stop speaking about your boat.

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Thu, 16 Jun 2005 Office famous words...

Philippe: Eh! Y'a Sophis qui met une demi-heure à faire n'importe quoi!

Philippe: Eh! Sophis is just spending half an hour just to do nothing!

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Fri, 11 Mar 2005 Apprenti trader
Akéboué: myth.
Personne célèbre qui aurait dit, au début du XXIème siècle: "Putain, c'est qui qui m'a tapé, là?"
Akébouer: v.t.
Effectuer une opération financière par erreur avec une tierce partie. Confondre test et production en est un cas typique. Ex. J'ai akéboué le CAC: Ah bon, c'était pas du test?
Akébouer: v.i.
Se prendre pour un trader (Syn. Cakébouer). Ex. Il est interdit d'akébouer ce matin: Faites gaffe, les gars.
Manifester un mépris ostentatoire par un comportement urinatoire. Ex. J'akéboue sur [censuré]: Je pisse sur [censuré] et sur la descendance de Ian sur 9 générations (Expression non comprise à ce jour).
Akéboué: n. et adj.
Se dit d'une personne dont la famille est endettée pour 7 générations lorsque l'un de ses ancêtres a tenté d'akébouer. Ex. T'as pas 1 clope, je suis un akéboué: J'ai plus de sous.

Merci, C., de m'avoir autorisé à publier ces bêtises!

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Tue, 15 Feb 2005 Office famous words...

Gaétan: Excusez-moi, si je comprends bien, vous voulez faire le test en prod?
Tout le monde: Oui.
Gaétan: C'est bien ce que j'avais cru comprendre.

Gaétan: Excuse me, if I understand, you want to perform the test in production?
Everybody: Yes.
Gaétan: This is what I was afraid to understand.

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Fri, 22 Oct 2004 Office famous words...

Mathieu: Tu le lui a dit?
Pierre: Non, je lui parle plus.

Mathieu: Did you tell him?
Pierre: No, I don't speak to him any more.

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Tue, 05 Oct 2004 Meetings famous words...

Candidate: "They made a very new real-time Java Virtual Machine.
Pierre: "Very interesting! How did they do it?"
Candidate: "They mainly developped a new garbage-collector: It releases only unused objects."
Pierre: Sorry, I have a meeting, I have to go.

Candidat: "Ils ont réellement fait une nouvelle Machine Virtuelle Java temps réel.
Pierre: "Super! Et comment ont-ils fait?"
Candidat: "Ils ont développé leur propre garbage-collector: En fait, il ne libère que les objets non utilisés."
Pierre: "Désolé, mais j'ai un meeting. Je dois y aller."

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Tue, 21 Sep 2004 Meetings famous words...

Olivier (Network): "About the connection, everything is fine... But it does not work..."
Olivier (Réseau): "C'est OK pour la connexion... Mais ca marche pas..."

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Mon, 22 Mar 2004 Magouilleur is not fair play

A new Google bomb was targeting our President.

Just a few hours ago, it was sill working: By searching "magouilleur" (some kind of cheater in French) on Google the #1 result was the French President's web site .

Maybe because this news appeared on first TV channel site in France, TF1, this bombing just disappeared one hour ago from the search engine, both from US and French versions.
Did we get a new magouille there, where some people did ask Google to suppress these links?

Hehehe...

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Fri, 06 Feb 2004 Silence is gold

News.com has a funny story about Apple selling silent songs (for 99 cents, as other songs)!

They have many versions of silence, by various authors. The most funny is the last part of the article:

John Cage created a 4'33" silent song in 1952 (it was even played by the BBC Symphony orchestra this year!), and won a copyright in 2002, as Mike Batt created also a silent song.

Batt's defence ("Mine is a much better silent piece. I have been able to say in one minute what Cage could only say in four minutes and 33 seconds.") did not work apparently!

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