So I was chatting with @SQLChicken the other night, and I made this comment:
Next thing I knew, @sqlsoldier threw a hash tag on it, and off it went.
It turns out people are thinking a lot of inappropriate thoughts about SQL Server. After pulling the first 24 hours worth of #InappropriatePASSSessions tweets into a table, cleaning out retweets, replies, and other fodder, we have a solid 535 initial suggestions for perfectly inappropriate (and sometimes far worse), sessions for the SQL PASS Summit 2010.
So Guess What? I Wasn’t Really Kidding About the Contest.
Will there be slide decks? Will YOU be asked to be on the Inappropriate Program Committee?
It just might happen. Maybe. We’ll see. Sign yourself up for the Summit and let me know in the comments if you’re up for it. If it does happen, there will be fabulous, inappropriate prizes!
For now, the Proposed Inappropriateness Follows, Grouped by Tweep
Vote for your favorites in the comments.Fine print: The #InappropriateSQLPass hash tag was removed for readability. @SQLChicken also archived these on twapperkeeper. Credits to @peschkaj and Brad Schulz‘s blog posts on string concatenation (linked on names) for helping me remember how to query this stuff out into nice HTML. Those are worth reading, y’all.