January 2nd, 2003

MrButtlertronPimp

Cool... it's lesbians of the Carribean

It's about time I found out...

Dear Scott Baker:

The results of your RHCE Certification Exam are reported below. The
RHCE Certification Exam allows candidates to qualify for the
Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified Technician
(RHCT) certificates. Please note that the RHCE designation is
understood to both include and supersede the RHCT designation.

SECTION I: TROUBLESHOOTING
RHCE requirements: completion of compulsory items (50 points)
RHCT requirements: completion of compulsory items (50 points)

Compulsory troubleshooting score: 50.0
Non-compulsory troubleshooting score: 50.0
Total troubleshooting score: 100

SECTION II: MULTIPLE CHOICE
RHCE requirements: minimum score of 50 percent
RHCT requirements: none

Multiple choice score: 84.0%

SECTION III: INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
RHCE requirements: minimum aggregate score of 50 points
minimum score of 70 percent on RHCT items
minimum score of 70 percent on RHCE-specific items

Aggregate score: 91.0
RHCT percentage correct: 90.9%
RHCE percentage correct: 82.3%

RHCE additional requirements: average of 80 for Sections I, II, and III

Your average: 91.67%

RHCE Certification: PASS

Congratulations -- you are now certified as a Red Hat Certified Engineer!
Your RHCE Certificate number is 808002702007153.

Within eight to ten weeks you will receive a Certificate as a Red Hat
Certified Engineer. We will ship your certificate to the address
you indicated in our records, and your name will be printed as
Scott Baker. (Please let us know if you need to change the way
your name appears or to update the mailing address for your certificates.)

Your RHCE number should be available sometime soon for verification
at Red Hat Certification Central:

http://www.redhat.com/training/certification/verify/?rhce_cert_display:certno=808002702007153&rhce_cert_display:verify_cb=Verify

You can verify the certificates of other RHCEs at

https://www.redhat.com/training/certification/verify

Once your certificate is verifiable on the web, please visit RHCE Connection,
our web site exclusively for RHCEs:

https://www.redhat.com/training/certification/

There you will find special offers from Red Hat, logo art, job listings,
and more. You can also use the site to manage your contact information.
In order to access the site, you will need a PIN number. You can have
the PIN sent to the email address we have on file at

https://www.redhat.com/training/certification/lostpin.html

Certification in Red Hat Linux opens up new opportunities. We hope you
will keep Red Hat updated with your experiences and successes with Red
Hat Linux.

Please feel free to call or email with ideas and suggestions as to
ways we can enhance our Red Hat Linux training and certification
programs.

Thank you very much for your interest in Red Hat Linux!

Red Hat Certification Central
rhcecert@redhat.com
MrButtlertronPimp

Would you lasso me a banana?

So Justin and Jason were having a conversation about Jason's wild and crazy sex life. It got so complicated at one point they had to break it down into a little post-it note flowchart which I've included for your viewing pleasure:



Lines such as "Boy 1 had sex with Girl 2" and "Closing the loop" were heard as well.
MrButtlertronPimp

Andrew: do you ever like to sit infront of the TV alone at home playing with your balls?

After the rousing performance of Bad Taste we watched the other night I had to rent Dead Alive. Holy Crap. Wow. Sweet Mother of God. What in the hell. Sheyot! DAMN! That movie is so incredibly messed up it's not even funny. Wow... wow... wow. Loved it, but wow. I recommend seeing it if you have a strong stomach.

Also a little philosophy for you tonight:

eclecticrubbish: I had a great idea: everyone knows the best places in the US are on the coasts.
eclecticrubbish: So we should carve out all of the states that have no coast, and fill them with water.
eclecticrubbish: Then all of the states will have coasts.
eclecticrubbish: No one likes the midwest anyways.