Certified ISP Engineer program announcement
GAVRON at ACES.COM
Mon Feb 19 17:51:33 UTC 1996
>If you send me $2500 and proof that you know what you are doing, and
>you have at least 5 years experience as an ISP, then I'll send you
>a nice certificate that says you are a certified ISP.
Business Plan: To be an ISP. Our company will sell Internet
accounts for less than $15/month. We will have
lots of reliable equipment like 486 PCs and
Pentium PCs. We also will have "WEB".
Experience: Taco Wrapper, Taco Bell (Jan-Feb 1996)
Pizza Dish Washer, Pizza Hutt (July-Dec 1995)
Radar Detector Salesman, GEICO Insurance (Jan-Jun 1995)
Molested Little Girls, Attica (1984-1995)
Out with Good Behavior Certificat
Hobbies: Eating Doritos without turning orange
Lawyering (9 years of study! Effected own early release)
Once sat near a computer network and it looked cool.
References: John Buford Lee, Warden, Attica Prison
Jim "Killer" Hidalgo, Attica Prison
Leona "Stay at my hotel" Helmsley, ...
>Its cheaper than taking all those CNE classes!
>Date: Sun, 18 Feb 1996 21:14:12 -0500 (EST)
>>From: mike <mn at tremere.ios.com>
>Subject: Re: ISP list
>To: Ehud Gavron <GAVRON at ACES.COM>
>cc: Bharat Ranjan <bharatr at microsoft.com>, nanog at merit.edu, GAVRON at ACES.COM
>Well, how about then a CIE (certified ISP Engineer) ?
>anybody volunteer for CIE #1?
At the Indy 500, rookies have an (R) after their name.
In networking, rookies have a (CNE) after their name.
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