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$ uptime
 21:31:28 up 21 days, 15:54, 10 users,  load average: 0.00, 0.03, 0.05

$ /usr/games/fortune
	Plumbing is one of the easier of do-it-yourself activities,
requiring only a few simple tools and a willingness to stick your arm
into a clogged toilet.  In fact, you can solve many home plumbing
problems, such as annoying faucet drip, merely by turning up the
radio.  But before we get into specific techniques, let's look at how
plumbing works.
	A plumbing system is very much like your electrical system,
except that instead of electricity, it has water, and instead of wires,
it has pipes, and instead of radios and waffle irons, it has faucets
and toilets.  So the truth is that your plumbing systems is nothing at
all like your electrical system, which is good, because electricity can
kill you.
		-- Dave Barry, "The Taming of the Screw"

$ finger
Login     Name             Tty      Idle  Login Time   Office     Office Phone
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/1      56  Aug 12 06:41 (vitellary:S.0)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/2     21d  Aug 12 06:43 (vitellary:S.1)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/6     21d  Aug 12 07:36 (vitellary:S.2)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/3     16d  Aug 17 11:53 (vitellary:S.5)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/8     12d  Aug 13 19:24 (vitellary:S.3)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/9     13d  Aug 20 17:18 (vitellary:S.4)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/10    16d  Aug 17 11:59 (vitellary:S.6)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/11    10d  Aug 23 11:30 (vitellary:S.7)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/13   4:06  Sep  2 16:21 (vitellary)
acf       Alan C. Fisher   pts/12     3d  Aug 30 12:13 (vitellary:S.8)

$ uname -a
Linux unixcube 3.14-1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.14.9-1 (2014-06-30) x86_64 GNU/Linux

$ date
Tue Sep  2 21:31:28 PDT 2014

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