28 definitions by vanilla g-lotto

1. Snowmobile (Alaska slang = snowmachine)
2. Snowmaking machine, for a ski slope.
3. A machine used in a theater to create the illusion of falling snow.
I rode my snow machine, over some fake snow from the snow machine, and I remembered a movie where they obviously were using a snow machine.
by vanilla g-lotto December 27, 2004
Around 1994, a "syquest" was synonymous with a 44 megabyte removable disk, sold by SyQuest Technologies. It made a funny clattering noise when you used it. The company came out with subsequent improvements, such as the "EZ135" 135 MB disk, SparQ 1.0 GB, and SyJet 1.5 GB.

Their competitor, Iomega, succesfully pwned the EZ135 with the smaller, slower, but prettier and cheaper 100 MB Zip drive.
Can you send me that Photoshop file on a Syquest?

No, dude, that's so early 90s and wrong. Zip it and put it on a zip, and zip it over to me.
by vanilla g-lotto December 29, 2004
An email, usually very short, sent for the purpose of testing whether the email system is working. The sender's purpose may be:
- to find out whether the sender's outgoing email is configured correctly
- to troubleshoot the end-to-end connection between a sender and recipient

If the sender is able to find his solution with no response from the recipient, the test email will usually contain a terse instruction like "ignore this email."

If the sender needs a response from the recipient in order to complete the test, then the test email will say something like "let me know if you got this."
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subject: testing...

Did you get this?

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subject: test 2

please ignore - just a test - M
by vanilla g-lotto December 19, 2004
The plural of 527 (political jargon)
- a Section 527 political organization.
by vanilla g-lotto December 19, 2004
(Adj., Adv.)

At the office location of another person or organization.

Contrast to:
- remote (adj)
- off-site (adj)
- offsite (noun)
- telecommute, dial in (verb)
We're planning an on-site meeting with the client. (The meeting is at the client's office.)

She can fix most server problems remotely, but she'll have to go on-site for this one. (The person will be at the physical location of the server.)

I work on-site three days a week. (I am at the main workplace when I do the work.)
by vanilla g-lotto December 19, 2004
A cake whose active ingredients are: Coke (or other cola), chocolate, marshmallows, and any other candy, nuts, and sugary badness you have on hand. In the spirit of jambalaya, but diabetes-inducing.
Suzannah cooked up a mean Coke Cake.
by vanilla g-lotto December 17, 2004
E.Honda's big move in Street Fighter II, where he goes flying horizontally across the screen for a humongous sumo head butt.
Watch out for the flying blubber express!
by vanilla g-lotto January 17, 2005

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