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Re: [News] The Reaons MSBBC Cannot be Taken Seriously Anymore

On Thu, 06 Sep 2007 11:57:52 -0400, Captain Commando wrote:

> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
> news:2484705.9IrJ0troZC@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> ____/ Mark Kent on Thursday 06 September 2007 12:42 : \____
>>> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>>>> ____/ Mark Kent on Thursday 06 September 2007 07:57 : \____
>>>>> [H]omer <spam@xxxxxxx> espoused:
>>>>>> Verily I say unto thee, that Roy Schestowitz spake thusly:
>>>>>>> Intel's "Moore's Law" redefined by BBC
>>>>>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>>>>>> | The BBC tells us that Moore's Law means that the number of 
>>>>>>> computers on
>>>>>>> | a chip, yeah computers, doubles roughly every 24 months.
>>>>>>> `----
>>>>>> What else should we expect from a Windows shop full of toner monkeys,
>>>>>> where their executive chief toner monkey is an ex-Microsoft employee?
>>>>> Is he really?  I had no idea.  No wonder it's all falling apart.  We
>>>>> need someone technically competent in charge of the BBC, not an
>>>>> ex-Microsoft person.
>>>> BTW, I read somewhere that BIS eventually abstained on OOXML (Groklaw
>>>> interpreted their press release incorrectly). This makes the UK one 
>>>> among
>>>> the few developed countries that did not say no to making a broken
>>>> proprietary format an international standard (fast track even!).
>>> Oh god, how embarrassing is that.  Our corruption index will start to
>>> fall yet further.  It's an interesting problem that as Microsoft's
>>> problems continue to compound, they will have to start "letting people
>>> go", which could mean that many of them end up in influential positions
>>> elsewhere, but take their Microsoft attitudes to corruption, bribery,
>>> lock-in, poor design and so on with them.
>> Not so long ago, Microsoft 'planted' its own corrupt people (they learned 
>> from
>> the 'best') in a competitive company named XenSource. With enough 
>> positions of
>> power in that company, its direction was subverted and it was 'sold' to
>> Microsoft Windows by proxy (Citrix).
>> Similarly, Microsoft put its Trojan horses ('agents') in British 
>> government
>> departments and the BBC. Microsoft can now carry on with its imperialistic
>> agenda. It calls the shots.
> More proof that Roy Schestowitz is a delusional paranoid freak who needs 
> psychiatric care. Yes - Microsoft is taking over the world by infiltrating 
> foreign governments with it's own agents.
> Yet the retards here wonder why 'normal people' want nothing to do with 
> linux and the fanatical lunatics behind it.

'Normal' people have enough sense to see that Linux is not developed by
lunatics, but by perfectly normal people.

You haven't exactly shown yourself to be a shining example, either.


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