Re: Femdom In Search of Naughty Boys
Article: 8995 of alt.hackers From: email@example.com (Richard Ebling) Newsgroups: alt.hackers Subject: Re: Femdom In Search of Naughty Boys Followup-To: alt.hackers Date: 6 Nov 1995 07:15:17 GMT Organization: XMission Internet (801 539 0900) Lines: 69 Approved: Whether needed or not Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org NNTP-Posting-Host: xmission.xmission.com X-Newsreader: TIN [UNIX 1.3 950824BETA PL0] Status: RO
[followups trimmed to a.h. only] Anne Schoofs (email@example.com) wrote: : Seriously, this is a chance of a lifetime. I want all you naughty boys : to contact me at once. Do not delay. Location is unimportant. : : Let me know how you've been naughty and what type of corrective : punishment you deem appropriate. It's time we clean up the net. : : Anne : : --------------------------------------------------- : Anne Schoofs : firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 602 912 8823 Attn: RAS : ------------------------------------------------- Uhh, er.... Anne? I've been most naughty by neglecting to send a "Hey guys I figured out how to post here" post. I'll punish myself by sending the ObResponseToUnObHackedPostEvenTho'ItsSoCleverIDon'tMindReally post. Your invitation is so lovely that I nearly missed the fact that you didn't include an ObHack... However, now that I've regained consciousness, I must ask you to include an ObHack in even the offtopic posts. Otherwise alt.hackers will become despoiled by everone else's useless drivel driving out our own useless drivel. [hmm, gang, whaddya think, maybe the long-awaited solution to netabuse is to mailbomb spammers with YouForgotToObHack replies??] But thanks anyway. ObOne-HandedWailingBabyCureLameHack Not that long ago, I was tending the little fellow when he decided to exercise his lungs and vocal cords. Status checks of all systems indicated no defects; all reservoirs had been emptied and fluids replenished; operating temperature was within acceptable limits for this 3-month-old unit. Cotton insulation was inspected and found to be within operating tolerances; a chance inspection of a clock indicated that the baby unit had been in service for excessive amount of time and had become fatigued. Unfortunately, this unit was known to require long periods in wailing mode before entering sleep mode. Recalling a time when a friend's Fripp & Eno recordings had settled him, I headed for the synthesizer (DX7) and found some nice Oberheim-like bass sounds, and eventually found that a nice harmonic series suited him well (D, D', D", A", D"', F#"', A"',D"") but I couldn't walk and rock him with my foot on the sustain pedal. No heavy objects handy, small pedal size made it hard to keep down. Finally remembered that the sustain pedal is a momentary switch, yanked the pedal cord and replaced it with a handy unused patch cord then replayed the chord. Voila! Yamaha must use a momentary _open_ for their sustain (if not, I'd have had to do the tinfoil-and-tape-shorting-the-other-end-hack). The filial unit promptly sighed and settled down, as I walked and rocked in a roomful of sound. Greatly relieved stress on the parental unit, as well. So this may be of some use to others--we've found that that kind of monotonous sound really settles him; the harmonic series is easier for US to tolerate for long periods (20 min or more, sometimes), and far better than 2 hrs of yelling. Use loudest volume on lowest notes, and play highest (especially non-root tones) very softly. Dole out corrective punishment as deemed appropriate. ===== Richard "Yes, I said _Newage_... You know... rhymes with _sewage_" Ebling [email@example.com] Hacking life.