Totally OT: what does the first B stand for in JBB ?? (was:Re: Compiler cache)

jbb jbb at
Sat Aug 4 23:26:41 UTC 2001

Ah - but it's the last B that's the mystery

John Birch - th' Bastard :-)
No - sorry to disappoint, but it's just boring - John Brian Birch


btw - I'm offline during the week these days

On Sun, 05 Aug 2001 10:27, you wrote:
> On Friday, 3. August 2001 22:24, you wrote:
> Hi, after reading over my mails to catch up, I had a funny moment where
> first thought: "Hell, I love that jbb is back and working on something
> useful instead of getting dumb doing nothing for money now :)". Then I
> thought, what the heck, you only know him as jbb ! Well, I can make myself
> a rhyme on what the j and the last b stands for, but what the heck does the
> first "b" in jbb stand for ???? Does that mean, Bernard (that would be,
> John Bernard Birch) ? Or does it mean something completely different like
> some weird GNU acronym or whatever, like emphasizing something. That could
> be a whole lot actually, is that b for "butcher" or "birdy" or "bloody" ???
> jbb, please explain, I don't wanna die like the last one who got to know
> that. You guys fooled me on April 1st last year with that windows version
> story so much that I still shake my head over why I was the first one to
> beleive in that on that sunday morning of April 1st! I don't want to let
> that happen again and I'd like to know what the first b stands for. That
> said, go ahead. *gg*
> Ralf

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