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Re: Microsoft Dirty Tricks Compendium

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____/ alt on Sunday 25 May 2008 01:11 : \____

> On Sat, 24 May 2008 20:18:45 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> How can Microsoft defend itself? Oh, well... say that "everyone's doing
>> it."
> Tu Quoque is not a valid argument. It insinuates that two wrongs make a
> right (they don't).
> If the best Microsoft can do is a Tu Quoque argument, then they have lost
> already.

A couple of hours ago I had an argument where Novell's weakness was countered
by a certain weakness in Red Hat. It's important to pay attention to these
things because it means that there's no counter argument to the original claim
(in this case, that Microsoft is corrupt). The same goes for attacks (libel)
on me that say that I spam, that I get paid and so forth. If anything, this
means that the trolls are Microsoft Munchkins on some form of payroll. They
fabricate stuff to attack me and take the heat off themselves.

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