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____/ William Poaster on Thursday 17 Nov 2011 23:44 : \____
> On Thu, 17 Nov 2011 18:12:19 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> ____/ RonB on Thursday 17 Nov 2011 12:38 : \____
>>> On Thu, 17 Nov 2011 06:16:45 -0500, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
>>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties:
>>>>> The trolls don't have any legitimate criticisms of Linux, so they
>>>>> attack people.
>>> What's the deal with that? I don't like Windows, for several reasons and
>>> I'm not shy about mentioning them here, on a *Linux* *Advocacy*
>>> Newsgroup. But do I go on to the Windows newsgroups and rail against
>>> Microsoft 24/7? No, I just quit using Windows -- I don't feel as though
>>> Windows users need to hear me on *their* forum constantly whining. If
>>> these trolls just don't like Linux, what motivates them to spend all
>>> their waking hours here on a *Linux* *Advocacy* newsgroup? Linux isn't
>>> harming them. It's actually benefiting them every day in many ways, even
>>> if they never install a single distribution on their own hardware. But
>>> they're too stupid to realize that and it's beside the point. So, if
>>> they're right, if Linux has only 1% of the market and every Linux user
>>> is a crazy loon, why do they feel the need "live" on COLA and spew their
>>> inanity? If their scenario was true (it's not, they're the insane
>>> ones)... but *if* their scenario was true and all Linux users were
>>> loons, what possible good does it do to scream at them 24/7? It would be
>>> like me going to the city street corner where the crazy bag lady yells
>>> at the traffic all day and start yelling at her from the sidelines. Not
>>> a very productive use of my time.
>>>> Especially ironic from the insane Quark troll, who makes inflated
>>>> claims for his "contributions", but hasn't shown us a single line of
>>> Hadron is nothing to me. He's not even a good troll. He's just a snide
>>> ass who randomly screeches "you're a liar" at every Linux user who
>>> details a successful use of Linux.
>>> The sad thing is, Hadron looks almost sane when compared to Snit,
>>> flatline or the other "BS" nymshifter. What a fine bunch of freaking
>> In the past there were two trolls (Erik and Tim) who actually *tried* to
>> stick to arguments. All that's left is thugs, 1000 socks masquerading as a
>> 'man', and some arbitrary children posting photos of faeces/pornographic
>> description of people who post Linux news (just defamation, libel). That's
>> Microsoft advocacy for you.
> They're a great advert for using Windows, aren't they. Yeesh.
> No brains, no jobs (except to troll a Linux group), no prospects.
Linux is succeeding a great deal in servers and now in mobiles and tablets.
(Not so) crazy Microsoft rumors: Microsoft to unload Commerce Server
I quit posting about Microsoft here because it's just some patent troll.
~~ Best of wishes
Dr. Roy S. Schestowitz, Research Fellow
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