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    Unanswered: How To Delete All Tables (the devils work)

    dont open the "How To Delete All Tables" post
    it's view count is 666

    I guess the devil really is in the details

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    Instead, open this one so you can ponder the possibilities.
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    i was thinking about dante's divine comedy when i wrote this and thought that it was interesting to think of one of the ironic tortures that the satan is supposed to come up with so you can be punished for all eternity based on your worst fears etc...

    so i thought....what would be the worst ironic punishment that the devil could come up with


    any suggestions?

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    I would be doomed to designing Crystal Reports for all eternity.
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    And if you are going to get superstitious, we'll have to start cutting all threads before post #13.

    Actually, that may not be a bad idea...
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    i dont consider the devil a superstition, more of a boogeyman

    here is my torture

    i'm trapped in a server room with a monochrome (green) monitor with oracle version 7 trying to write correlated subqueries in the sql*Plus and my keyboard is missing an "L" key and the insert key is locked on!

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    Originally posted by Ruprect
    i dont consider the devil a superstition, more of a boogeyman

    here is my torture

    i'm trapped in a server room with a monochrome (green) monitor with oracle version 7 trying to write correlated subqueries in the sql*Plus and my keyboard is missing an "L" key and the insert key is locked on!
    working on MS Windows with a keyboard missing the CTRL,ALT & DEL keys ...
    Get yourself a copy of the The Holy Book

    order has no physical Brett in The meaning of a Kaiser . -database data

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    Yeah
    coding in the query analyzer while the server is set to the japanese code page in a locked room with rdjabarov and blindman.

    it's just a joke, just a joke...

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    See you in hell, Ruprect!
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    what makes you think that we arent already there?

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    Well ... I am sure I am not there ... me and brett are in heaven enjoying the Margaritas and Whiskeys ...

    Though we make an occasional trip there ... I sure am not living in Hell
    Get yourself a copy of the The Holy Book

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    I don't think I would be allowed to drink a cold beer in Hell, and yet I am.
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    Originally posted by blindman
    I don't think I would be allowed to drink a cold beer in Hell, and yet I am.
    Sunday and you guys are posting....geez...I thought I had an addiction...

    Oh, That's right....it's the other thing....

    And I bet Nigel would disagree...and it's not fizzy....

    And Cursors are useful if you don't know sql....

    DTS can be used the same way..

    AND Beer is not cold and is not fizzy...

    http://www.sqlteam.com/forums/pop_pr...isplay&id=1578
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    Originally posted by Enigma
    Well ... I am sure I am not there ... me and brett are in heaven enjoying the Margaritas and Whiskeys ...

    Though we make an occasional trip there ... I sure am not living in Hell

    Yeah?

    Where are all the virgins?
    Brett
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    Now that you talk about it ... havent seen any ...

    Am I right about our location .... or are we somewhere else ....
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