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HA! rm -rf Contest at Mad Penguin

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Hilarious! Mad Penguin is holding a contest to determine the fastest system meltdown using rm -rf. Too funny. There was an interesting thread on the gentoo forums not too long ago along those lines.

No Case - No Problem

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Just mount every thing on the wall! LOL Here's the discussion thread with pictures. Too funny.

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