Categories blood Comic cristoph hellwig filesystem gardening hans reiser lime linus torvalds linux reiserfs shaving So I married a Kernel Programmer Post author By john Post date October 7, 2006 219 Comments on So I married a Kernel Programmer Hans Reiser has not been termed a suspect in his wife’s disappearance Google News: Hans Reiser Hans Reiser’s wife missing: DNA Sample Hans Reiser’s house searched by cadaver dog Namesys: $25 gets you an answer to a question about anything. Wikipedia: Hans Reiser FOSS Hole: Hans Reiser, Wikipedia and ELER ← Hacking for Christ → Novellty Linux 219 replies on “So I married a Kernel Programmer” Guess it’s time to remove the “Hans Reiser has *not* been termed a suspect in his wife’s disappearance” text then: http://yro.slashdot.org/yro/08/04/28/2243232.shtml Today Hans was convicted (‘found’ guilty by jury verdict) of first degree murder in the matter of his wife’s death. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfgate/detail?blogid=37&entry_id=26050 Killer File System ! Dear Hans, if you’re reading this: Your lawyer sucks almost as bad as ReiserFS: No corpus delicti, the crime shouldn’t have even gone to trial. Ask him about appealing the crime. Also some states have statutes/laws regarding “impassioned juries” which is what looks like skanked ya. From the Wikipedia article on corpus delicti: Evidence in the case of British serial killer John George Haigh indicated that he decided to destroy the bodies of his victims with acid because he had the mistaken belief that, in the absence of a corpse, murder could not be proven because there was no corpus delicti. Haigh had misinterpreted the Latin word corpus as a literal body rather than a figurative one. While I’m posting, I’d like to add my voice to the multitude asking for an update to the marquee message. I’m not sure if the cartoon is in better or worse taste now that Hans has been convicted, but the marquee is certainly tasteless. anyone who complains about this is a pussy who doesn’t deserve an opinion. learn to laugh, and whatever happens to han’s happens. this comic will not destroy the world. Hans Reiser, the Linux programmer convicted of killing his wife, Nina Reiser, led authorities to her body Monday evening, one of his attorneys said. http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/hans_reiser_trial/index.html http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local&id=6250678 Plea bargain for murder in the 2nd degree. 15 years on good behavior. wired is now reportng that Hans has led authorities to Nna’s remains. Maybe you should remove that ticker again :) Never assume anything, guilt or innocence. Those of you who were in the HR cheerleading section: perhaps your expressions of sympathy should have been extended to the children whose mother was first missing and is now dead. Too bad they can’t fry your worthless ass Hans. I was never in the HR cheerleading section, but, honestly, the story he told about Nina hiding out in Russia etc etc is a lot less dreadful and more hopeful than the truth, as it turns out. At least the family has closure. But it’s Closure. Art mirrors life! Isn’t it interesting that nearly two years later the revealed facts of the case are damn nigh exactly synopsized in this crazy cartoon? okey, there is probably more of win than fail. I’m sorry he’s guilty, being killed by another wouldn’t have changed anything for Nina, but a lot for the rest of her family. And it’s always sad when society loses a brilliant mind because he went temporarily or permanently mad. […] webu geekz.co.uk/lovesraymond/ a je šířen pod licencí CC by-sa 2.5. Původně ten komiks vznikl 7. října 2006 a podle informací u mého souboru jsem jej překládal 16. října 2006, tedy jen o pár dnů […] Hans beaten by fellow prisoners. http://www.kcbs.com/pages/3634907.php? Pure class “anyone who complains about this is a pussy who doesn’t deserve an opinion. learn to laugh, and whatever happens to han’s happens. this comic will not destroy the world.” True…. plus, the bitch obviously had it coming :) Why did you guys pick me to be on ZIPPY’s T-Shirt? ← Older Comments 1 … 5 Comments are closed.