Sig quote

/sig kwoht/ A maxim, quote, proverb, joke, or slogan embedded in one’s sig block (as used in Usenet news) and intended to convey something of one’s philosophical stance, pet peeves, or sense of humour. “Calm down, it’s only ones and zeroes.”
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