This morning in the parking lot of the train station I saw a bumper sticker that said this:
Which, for those of you that don't speak Unix, is shorthand for "Remove President Bush." Caught my eye right away. I actually found them at the Delete Bush store (CafePress). That's not my store, I'm not affiliated with it, blah blah blah. I'm just sayin. As a geek I can't help but wonder why the shopkeeper keeps saying "delete" in the description when "rm" is short for "remove". Does anal-retentive have a hypen? :)
For bonus geek points he should have written /bin/rm, because very often in Unix implementations, just plain "rm" is aliased to "rm -i" for interactive, which will ask "Are you sure?" to prevent accidental erasure. Since we are all sure that's what we want to do :), /bin/rm just does it as fast as possible without asking.