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Re: Will somebody please mention Hitler?

churn churn churn
On Sun, 19 Jan 2003, Thomas B. Passin wrote:

> [Joe English]
> > 
> > OK, we've got the RAND permathread, the object serialization
> > vs. markup permathread, yet another mutant hybrid XML programming
> > language permathread, and the threat of the XML subset permathread,
> > all running concurrently.
> > 
> > Now all we need is another REST vs. RPC flamefest and a good
> > round of namespace griping, and xml-dev can hit the 1Gb/day mark.
> > 
> Peter, Paul, and Mary said it a long time ago, didn't they  -
> "Where have all the XML Schema gripes gone ... long time passing?"

Right group, wrong song. The one you want is:

     To everything 
     Churn, churn, churn
     There is a season
     Churn, churn churn ...

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