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Okay, so looking at the new ads from redgate on the site, and thinking Steve is obviously Hannibal, which makes Grant...Mr. T?


No, no, no. I am the pretty guy or the crazy guy.


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Okay, so looking at the new ads from redgate on the site, and thinking Steve is obviously Hannibal, which makes Grant...Mr. T?


No, no, no. I am the pretty guy or the crazy guy.


Why can't you be the crazy pretty guy?

Or is that the pretty crazy guy?


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DBCC Timewarp: Active Directory returns to 19 november 2000. New singer Linda Merts for the popular belgium pop/dance group. Waar zijn die handjes?
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Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2012 11:27 AM


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DBCC Timewarp: Active Directory returns to 19 november 2000. New singer Linda Merts for the popular belgium pop/dance group. Waar zijn die handjes?

Sorry, this airplanes me. What is it supposed to mean?
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Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2012 11:48 AM


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DBCC Timewarp: Active Directory returns to 19 november 2000. New singer Linda Merts for the popular belgium pop/dance group. Waar zijn die handjes?

En de broekzakken, I guess, in plaats van op het toetsbord te W3Time configureren.
Or are handjes and handen different sorts of hands?


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Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2012 12:31 PM


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DBCC Timewarp: Active Directory returns to 19 november 2000. New singer Linda Merts for the popular belgium pop/dance group. Waar zijn die handjes?

Sorry, this airplanes me. What is it supposed to mean?


This is a Belgian inside joke.
In 2000 the somewhat popular dance group Milk Inc. got a new singer: Linda Mertens. The DJ of the group has a somewhat ridicilous habit of shouting "Waar zijn die handjes" during concerts, which is translated as "Where are those hands?"

Not sure what Milk Inc. has to do with Active Directory though




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I was looking for a random news fact dated 19th of november 2000. Milk Inc is mentioned at the bottom.
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DBCC Timewarp: Active Directory returns to 19 november 2000. New singer Linda Merts for the popular belgium pop/dance group. Waar zijn die handjes?

Sorry, this airplanes me. What is it supposed to mean?


This is a Belgian inside joke.
In 2000 the somewhat popular dance group Milk Inc. got a new singer: Linda Mertens. The DJ of the group has a somewhat ridicilous habit of shouting "Waar zijn die handjes" during concerts, which is translated as "Where are those hands?"

Not sure what Milk Inc. has to do with Active Directory though

After I listened to this group for about ten minutes, and having some experience with Active Directory, I think I found: unless you are a big fan of Dance Electronica and confusing APIs, avoid them.
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DBCC Timewarp: Active Directory returns to 19 november 2000. New singer Linda Merts for the popular belgium pop/dance group. Waar zijn die handjes?

Sorry, this airplanes me. What is it supposed to mean?


This is a Belgian inside joke.
In 2000 the somewhat popular dance group Milk Inc. got a new singer: Linda Mertens. The DJ of the group has a somewhat ridicilous habit of shouting "Waar zijn die handjes" during concerts, which is translated as "Where are those hands?"

Not sure what Milk Inc. has to do with Active Directory though

After I listened to this group for about ten minutes, and having some experience with Active Directory, I think I found: unless you are a big fan of Dance Electronica and confusing APIs, avoid them.

Isn't "avoid them" good advice no matter which dance group somewhat popular in 2000 "them" might refer to?


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DBCC Timewarp: Active Directory returns to 19 november 2000. New singer Linda Merts for the popular belgium pop/dance group. Waar zijn die handjes?

Sorry, this airplanes me. What is it supposed to mean?


This is a Belgian inside joke.
In 2000 the somewhat popular dance group Milk Inc. got a new singer: Linda Mertens. The DJ of the group has a somewhat ridicilous habit of shouting "Waar zijn die handjes" during concerts, which is translated as "Where are those hands?"

Not sure what Milk Inc. has to do with Active Directory though

After I listened to this group for about ten minutes, and having some experience with Active Directory, I think I found: unless you are a big fan of Dance Electronica and confusing APIs, avoid them.

Isn't "avoid them" good advice no matter which dance group somewhat popular in 2000 "them" might refer to?

I thought I might give them an opportunity to disappoint me, just like Active Directory APIs.
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