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Re: [News] Business Moves from Microsoft to Linux, Saves Money, Gets Better Performance

"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
> .NET to LINUX conversion
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | The initial results are showing that our site is running about 60% 
> faster
> | now. Here is a comparison chart of three main pages of our site and the 
> size
> | before and after. Overall, it's a 25% savings site-wide on performance. 
> If
> | you take into account that we are now showing more pictures on
> | the "City-Catego" page, we think the savings is more like 35-45%.
> |
> | We're lovin' LINUX!
> `----
> http://www.stevencox.com/2007/08/net-to-linux-co.html

So this guy's blog is now considered a "business" - I guess my earlier claim 
that you guys jump up and down high-fiving each other when a small pizza 
shop uses linux was a bit too much. Now when some blogger installes linux 
it's considered a big news-worthy event.

This actually illustrates the problem with you linux idiots. You exagerate 
everything way too much and blow things way too far out of context. You give 
people the wrong idea that linux is ready for all sorts of things that it's 
not. Then when somebody tries it they have all these high hopes and 
expectations which don't get met and they leave linux feeling disappointed.

Here it's this "Business moves to linux" and it's really nothing more than 
hype and hot air. In some other thread after many years and many ONE ARTICLE 
out of several is finally published using some lame 3rd rate desktop 
publishing software and you idiots are ready to proclaim that "linux is 
ready for magazine publishing" and how "linux is taking over the publishing 

You lienux users/liars sure are a bunch of zealots who like to make a 
mountain out of a mole-hill. Or as someone wrote in the "Rex Ballard GPL 
thread" that it's OK to lie as long as it's not hurting anyone and promoting 

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