Concerned Of Berlin writes in…

I have killed, and I’d kill again, because I don’t care.” — Malcolm Yates, ISV and Partner Programme, Canonical Ltd.

  • Joey Stanford

    I don’t know whether to laugh or be frightened. :lol:

  • http://jerome.gotangco.com Jerome G.

    This pic is soooo un-Malcom when I first met him

  • http://linux.blogweb.de/ shermann

    Looks like that German Beer gave him the rest ,-) Was good to see Malcom, Martin, you and the others from Canonical again :)

    Come back home safely :)

    \sh

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