Chris Ahlstrom <ahlstromc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> After takin' a swig o' grog, Tim Smith belched out
> this bit o' wisdom:
>> In article <Rs5Ml.36998$i9.20450@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>> Chris Ahlstrom <ahlstromc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> > It's even better than that. He advocated KDE 4 before it was released.
>>> > Yet Roy is on record saying that when software is pre-release, it is
>>> > vaporware, and to review or advocate it, you must be a shill. Hence,
>>> > according to Roy's own rules, he is a KDE shill.
>>> Why don't you provide Message ID'd quotes in chronological order, hmm?
>> Why don't you read boycottnovell.com?
>> For someone who constantly leaps to Roy's defense, it's interesting how
>> you are almost completely unfamiliar with his positions.
> I'm not interested in visiting BoycottNovell.com; are you shilling for Roy's
> site now?
So you'll just defend Roy. Or follow orders. Regardless of the rights
and wrongs? God, but you're a creepy little toady.
> I go by what I see here. You have some specific things to quote, quote 'em.
> Otherwise shut the fuck up with your innuendo.
And if you ONLY go by what you read here then you're an even more
incompetent little fraud than I gave you credit for. Is that how you
managed to look so foolish when you called that OSS developer a
Hint : if you're going to make yourself look like a little suck up by
defending Roy then make sure you UNDERSTAND Roy's position. And to do
that you need to read what ROY IS POSTING.
Otherwise you're just a worthless shill.
And there was no innuendo. You were basically called out for being a
creepy, sycophantic little suck up and for good reason.
Tim could not have said it better:
| >> For someone who constantly leaps to Roy's defense, it's interesting how
| >> you are almost completely unfamiliar with his positions.
Why you continue to defend that moron is anyones guess.
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