I find this quite funny ;D<br /><br />A search at google using the keywords &quot;go to hell&quot; <br /><br />http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&amp;q=%22go+to+hell%22<br /><br />I think this is a pretty good result ;)<br /><br /><br />cheers!
Seems appropriate...although I am sure I could find more appropriate search terms...<br /><br />*eG*
Weird. No where on the page is the phrase "go to hell" to be found, even when you view the source.
aha, found it! It comes from a sample chapter of Introduction to M$ .Net.<br /><br />
How many would fear a repetition of January 23, 2001, when a boneheaded Microsoft technician made an incorrect DNS entry that blocked access to most Microsoft sites, including Passport, for almost a day? (I wonder if that technician had to use Notepad to edit a raw XML file, in which case the problem might have been avoided with a dedicated configuration tool.) And what about a falling out later? How could a Web company tell Microsoft to go to hell if Microsoft holds its login data?