> >By showing me all of these quotes, you have decided to use a
> >fallacious construct by attacking not his argument, but attacking the
> >man (an ad-hominem attack).
> Why did you accept, without question, Hadron's attack on 'Roy and his
You did not pay attention to anything I wrote, please re-read it.
> I sought to provide you with history and insight as to the dishonesty
> and anti-freedom attitude of this "Hadron" person who trolls cola.
Fine, but it is off-topic.
All you do with an ad-hominem attack is trying to distract from
whatever point is being discussed and turn the attention, not to the
arguments, but to the person.
It is the equivalent of saying "But he is ugly".
> >The problem with extremists (snip)
> I'm not an extremist. I only want what is fair and right. One
> company seeking to monopolize desktop computing and seeking to control
> our data *is not* right.
Yet you seek black and white answers. You closed with one your post
and demand and answer, I am just not interested in that level of
I am not sure how you made the quantum leap from a discussion about
GNote into control of data.
And I have no idea what data you are talking about that the Great
Satan is trying to Control.
> Having full freedom to choose our OS,
> without fear of being "left out in the cold" in regards to software
> availability and/or data exchange, *is* right.
Yup, very much what I have been advocating for years.
> You presume to know a lot (of negatives) about me, but you give
> "Hadron" the benefit of the doubt. Interesting.
You launched yourself into an ad-hominem attack, Hadron merely stated
> I pray that "your world" does not include the likes of "Hadron", who
> has advocated, time and time again, control and suppression of freedom
> in computing, and who ridicules those who advocate FOSS, while
> defending the Microsoft Corp on *every* issue.
This is getting offtopic with GNote and language choice.
I would be curious to see how he advocated the "suppression of
One man's "advocate for FOSS" is another man's Poisonous People:
Microsoft has its share of defects. But rehashing defects from 15
years ago is hardly making a point.
> "Darkness and hate"? Stick-around and read "Hadron" if you want to
> see "darkness and hate", not to mention a whole lot of *shameless*
> lying, used to attack Linux advocates.
I am not sure that I will hang around here for long. It is not
possible to have a discussion here without someone attacking someone
> >In general, you can spot people that live in this world of hate when
> >they use expressions like "Micro$oft" or "Lie-berals". They have to
> >resort to primitive insults because they have been jailed for too long
> >between the walls of despair that prevent them from experiencing the
> >world and expanding their minds.
> I believe it's quite unfair of you to compare the mild disrespect of
> "Micro$oft" with the epithet "Lie-berals".
They are both primitive insults.
The sign of shallow arguments.
> Would it be not be fair to say that Microsoft is the enemy of Free
See above re: "extremism"