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  • Glad to see your new degree has not gone to your head!!!  ;-)


  • On 10 November 1966 the lovely Ms. Josephine W. Crumblecracker from Winnipeg, Manitoba, won the first prize in the Miss FireWire 66 contest. Besides the great honor, she received the highly coveted giant circuit board.
  • I am sure this honor capacitated her tech career. A highly charged moment for her, to say the least.
  • George ThomasGeorge Thomas Posts: 346
    edited November 2016
    I think the date might be wrong. Consider the third woman to the right, wearing open-toe shoes -- but the date might be right if she has a car and driver so doesn't have to trudge through the snow. Otherwise it may be a sign she only has one pair of shoes.
  • AAMOF the Miss FireWire 66 contest took place in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. It was a very hot autumn and after a week Miss Crumblecracker complained that she was beginning to feel like her surname.
  • George ThomasGeorge Thomas Posts: 346
    edited November 2016
    Ah hah! Such an easy answer. I was reading an old version of the OpenToe spec and didn't consider there might be a local (locl) variable.
  • Russell_McGormanRussell_McGorman Posts: 146
    edited November 2016
    OK, I'm confused now. I would have thought this effect was achieved with OpenToe Stylistic Alternates ... Typical office desk architecture does allow space for an extra pair of "IndoorShoes" with just a couple minor additions to the dress code.
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