Gun Violence in Oracle IT Shops

I won’t blog at all about the actual array they are doing this to because I have never tested one. In the video a bullet is fired through the SAN array and it is portrayed to continue operations. The part of the video I like is the disclaimer at the end.

Whew, close call for the goldfish. Can you imagine the anxiety it felt not knowing it was to be scooped off to safety? No worries, there is treatment. Perhaps preventive treatment would be more effective?



3 Responses to “Gun Violence in Oracle IT Shops”


  1. 1 Alex Gorbachev June 14, 2007 at 2:54 am

    LOL
    Pet Music is the original music series created especially to help alleviate pet stress and separation anxiety!
    Disclaimer is nice indeed!

  2. 2 kevinclosson June 14, 2007 at 5:20 am

    ..thanks Gorby…I thought it was worth a laugh…hey, looks like I didn’t miss the window for UKOUG abstracts…maybe we can do the thistle again! Pints….

  3. 3 Alex Gorbachev June 14, 2007 at 3:53 pm

    I didn’t miss it either so assuming selection goes favorably – we’ll definitely repeat and even improve that of last year! 😉


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