Unix License Plate

I used to have "PCUNIX" in Massachusetts, but you can get a fake New Hampshire tag at The Open Group

It might seem a little strange to choose that "Live free or die" motto. Yeah, there is FreeBSD, but generally Unix hasn't been anything close to free. However, this is a historical reproduction: The History of the UNIX License Plate

Some other plates: 12 Awesome Unix Custom License Plates.

PCUNIX plate (MA)

See Ships that pass in the night also.



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Hey Tony, how about posting a picture of your car with the plate?

- Bruce Garlock

You are going to laugh, but I don't own a digital camera. I don't even think we have a film camera any more!

We never were very interested in pictures and after our kids grew up we hardly ever took any..

I'll ask someone else to snap one :-)

--TonyLawrence

"You are going to laugh, but I don't own a digital camera. I don't even think we have a film camera any more!"

That almost makes two of us -- but I do have a film camera which gets a bit of use. If I need an electronic rendition of a photo I just scan the print. &lt;Smile&gt;

--BigDumbDinosaur





Mon Aug 1 18:54:32 2005: 913   TonyLawrence

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I just bought an inexpensive ($125.00) digital camera last night. Finally got good enough and cheap enough for me.. so here's the picture (not that I really know how to use this thing yet).





Mon Aug 1 22:56:47 2005: 918   BigDumbDinosaur


I just bought an inexpensive ($125.00) digital camera last night.

You're ahead of me. Still no digital camera here. Long live 35mm film!






Mon Aug 1 23:09:55 2005: 919   TonyLawrence

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It was only last year that I finally understood how to *load* our film camera. I still have no clue about the rest of it and am always screwing it up. My wife and I depend on our children for camera work. In turn, they depend upon me for lifting heavy furniture and upon their mother for advice on anything but cameras.

As I will have to give up lifting heavy furniture eventually, at some point my children's husbands will have to find someone else with muscles to be at the other end of the object.







Tue Aug 2 05:05:11 2005: 923   BigDumbDinosaur


My wife and I depend on our children for camera work.

And who took the photos of the kids when they were little? You did take photos for posterity, no?



Tue Aug 2 11:19:09 2005: 924   TonyLawrence

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My sisters and parents, her sisters and parents.. the two of us can push the button if necessary, but we usually didn't.. and as the kids got older, we made them do it. We just did not get along with cameras.



Tue Aug 2 15:12:38 2005: 926   BigDumbDinosaur


We just did not get along with cameras.

I fully understand. I don't get along with cameras, either -- when I'm the subject. There are very few pictures of me at any stage of my life in existence. My wife has done her best to try to photograph me at various times but has mostly failed when I knew she was wielding a camera.

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