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Add the Slashdot "Internet Explorer is perfectly safe" fortune.

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t2/humour/fortunes/fortunes-shlomif-ids-data.yaml

       date: 2008-07-04T09:17:00Z
     slashdot-high-quality-ms-products: 
       date: 2008-07-04T09:17:00Z
+    slashdot-internet-explorer-is-perfectly-safe: 
+      date: 2009-12-04T15:09:31Z
     slashdot-iran-first-they-came-for: 
       date: 2008-07-04T09:17:00Z
     slashdot-linus-and-bill-gates: 

t2/humour/fortunes/shlomif-fav.xml

           </info>
       </quote>
     </fortune>
+    <fortune id="slashdot-internet-explorer-is-perfectly-safe">
+      <meta>
+        <title>Slashdot: Internet Explorer is Perfectly Safe</title>
+      </meta>
+      <quote>
+          <body>
+              <p>
+                  I must dispute your view in the strongest terms possible.
+                  Internet Explorer is perfectly safe for everyday use.
+                  However, as there is no such thing as perfect security, you
+                  must take additional precautions to keep evil hackers away
+                  from your data. Apply these rules according to the
+                  sensitivity of your data, from least important to most:
+              </p>
+              <ul>
+                  <li>
+                      Disconnect your computer from your local network.
+                      Download files on another computer, scan them for
+                      viruses, print them out, scan them into your Windows PC
+                      using ORC software, and then view the pages in IE.
+                  </li>
+                  <li>
+                      Do the above, but have a priest onsite to bless each page
+                      individually before scanning it. This is an excellent
+                      deterrent against viruses with the word "demon" in the
+                      name.
+                  </li>
+                  <li>
+                      Do the above, but encase your PC in acrylic and immerse
+                      it in a 10,000 gallon tank of holy water. Interact with
+                      it while wearing scuba gear.
+                  </li>
+                  <li>
+                      Do the above, but put a lid on the tank and immerse it in
+                      the ocean. Interact with your PC via a submersible robot
+                      in the tank from from outside while wearing scuba gear.
+                  </li>
+              </ul>
+              <p>
+                  If you fail to follow these simple security guidelines,
+                  you can't blame Microsoft for the results.
+              </p>
+        </body>
+        <info>
+            <author>palegray.net</author>
+            <work href="http://tech.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=1456036&amp;cid=30220056">"Re: Breaking News" Slashdot Comment</work>
+        </info>
+      </quote>
+    </fortune>
   </list>
 </collection>

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