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Re: Microsoft's Ten-Year Anti-Linux Propaganda Operation In COLA

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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Tuesday 11 Oct 2011 12:47 : \____

> Peter K??hlmann wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties:
> 
>> Hadron wrote:
>>
>>> Chris Ahlstrom <ahlstromc@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> 
>>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties:
>>>>
>>>>> ____/ Peter K??hlmann on Tuesday 11 Oct 2011 07:38 : \____
>>>>>
>>>>>> Homer wrote:
>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Verily I say unto thee that Tom Shillton spake thusly:
>>>>>>>> Homer explained on 10/9/2011 :
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> You're certainly not here to "advocate Linux", are you?
>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>> I'm here to watch cretins like you make idiots of your selves.
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> So let me get this straight: A (presumably) university educated
>>>>>>> software engineer and former Microsoft MVP, who uses and support
>>>>>>> Windows, and who supports Microsoft (both ideologically and literally)
>>>>>>> has nothing better to do with his time than "be entertained" by
>>>>>>> GNU/Linux users complaining about Microsoft in a GNU/Linux advocacy
>>>>>>> group.
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Uh-huh.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> As I've already said. Another "Erik Funkenbusch". And getting every bit
>>>>>> as nasty as Erik got when he found out that people (rightly) thought of
>>>>>> him as a lying POS
>>>>>
>>>>> Larry ("Qualig") was the same, and Larry had actually worked for
>>>>> Microsoft.
>>>>
>>>> He's now a "Hadron".
>>> 
>>> While we realise you're a nasty little hypocrite, might I point out that
>>> its YOU who makes closed source Windows programs and not me.
>>
>> Well, you actually make no programs at all, "kernel hacker" Hadron Larry
> 
> And what does me using Windows as one part of my job have to do with
> me advocating and preferring Linux?
> 
> The troll is simply a nasty disruptive twit who doesn't belong here.

Yesterday I had to open a VNC session to a remote Windows box for a minute (client's),
so are you going to use that too against Linux users? This happens maybe twice 
a year -- in a world polluted by Windows.

- -- 
		~~ Best of wishes
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