Gentoo Archives: gentoo-amd64

From: Joshua Liebowitz <taquitos@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-amd64@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-amd64] unsubcribe
Date: Fri, 08 Jul 2005 15:11:55
Message-Id: ee72671105070808106b897909@mail.gmail.com
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-amd64] unsubcribe by felix@crowfix.com
On 7/8/05, felix@×××××××.com <felix@×××××××.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 01:23:28PM +0200, Thierry Lepoint wrote: > > unsubscribe > > Here's how to unsubscribe: > > First, ask your Internet Provider to mail you an Unsubscribing Kit. > Then follow these directions. > > The kit will most likely be the standard no-fault type. Depending on > requirements, System A and/or System B can be used. When operating > System A, depress lever and a plastic dalkron unsubscriber will be > dispensed through the slot immediately underneath. When you have > fastened the adhesive lip, attach connection marked by the large "X" > outlet hose. Twist the silver-coloured ring one inch below the > connection point until you feel it lock. > > The kit is now ready for use. The Cin-Eliminator is activated by the > small switch on the lip. When securing, twist the ring back to its > initial condition, so that the two orange lines meet. Disconnect. > Place the dalkron unsubscriber in the vacuum receptacle to the rear. > Activate by pressing the blue button. > > The controls for System B are located on the opposite side. The red > release switch places the Cin-Eliminator into position; it can be > adjusted manually up or down by pressing the blue manual release > button. The opening is self-adjusting. To secure after use, press the > green button, which simultaneously activates the evaporator and > returns the Cin-Eliminator to its storage position. > > You may log off if the green exit light is on over the evaporator. If > the red light is illuminated, one of the Cin-Eliminator requirements > has not been properly implemented. Press the "List Guy" call button on > the right of the evaporator. He will secure all facilities from his > control panel. > > To use the Auto-Unsub, first undress and place all your clothes in the > clothes rack. Put on the velcro slippers located in the cabinet > immediately below. Enter the shower, taking the entire kit with > you. On the control panel to your upper right upon entering you will > see a "Shower seal" button. Press to activate. A green light will then > be illuminated immediately below. On the intensity knob, select the > desired setting. Now depress the Auto-Unsub activation lever. Bathe > normally. > > The Auto-Unsub will automatically go off after three minutes unless > you activate the "Manual off" override switch by flipping it up. When > you are ready to leave, press the blue "Shower seal" release > button. The door will open and you may leave. Please remove the velcro > slippers and place them in their container. > > If you prefer the ultrasonic log-off mode, press the indicated blue > button. When the twin panels open, pull forward by rings A & B. The > knob to the left, just below the blue light, has three settings, low, > medium or high. For normal use, the medium setting is suggested. > > After these settings have been made, you can activate the device by > switching to the "ON" position the clearly marked red switch. If > during the unsubscribing operation you wish to change the settings, > place the "manual off" override switch in the "OFF" position. You may > now make the change and repeat the cycle. When the green exit light > goes on, you may log off and have lunch. Please close the door behind > you. > > -- > ... _._. ._ ._. . _._. ._. ___ .__ ._. . .__. ._ .. ._. > Felix Finch: scarecrow repairman & rocket surgeon / felix@×××××××.com > GPG = E987 4493 C860 246C 3B1E 6477 7838 76E9 182E 8151 ITAR license #4933 > I've found a solution to Fermat's Last Theorem but I see I've run out of > room o > -- > gentoo-amd64@g.o mailing list > >
Wow, thanks for the detailed instructions! Now, how do I drive a manual transmission? -- (http://people.bu.edu/liebowij/)