reg.hughson-rieW9WUcm8FFJ04o6PK0Fg at public.gmane.org
Mon Dec 1 05:16:32 UTC 2003
On Sun, 30 Nov 2003 17:13:54 -0500
Anton Markov <anton-F0u+EriZ6ihBDgjK7y7TUQ at public.gmane.org> wrote:
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> Hello everyone,
> I am sorry that this discussion has gone so off topic. I should have
> never continued this discussion when I noticed it going off to
> political grounds. It's just that I am tired of seeing "Microsoft is
> evil" every five messages. I know it falls under "Linux advocacy",
> but this is a technical list so let's keep the discussion on technical
> things. I love seeing links to new proof about the advantages of
> switching to Linux. Let's keep it at that. If anyone would like to
> continue the current discussion, let's do it off the list.
OMG, finally someone is going to put an end to this. Talk about getting
way off topic and way too political.
We all know Microsoft is headed by Satan and that should be the end of
> JoeHill wrote:
> | ...are you high on crack at the moment? That's the only explanation,
> other than
> | a complete lack of knowledge about legal history, I can come up with
> for such an
> | absurd statement.
> Perhaps I have not researched the topic as throughly as you have.
> Now that I re-read my own message I realize that I was exadurating.
> PS. How do you change the subject of a thread (ex. "Re: Intel (was Re:
> [TLUG]: GUI)")?
> - --
> Anton Markov <("anton" + "@" + "truxtar" + "." + "com")>
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> ~ "The difference between insanity and genius is measured only by
> success."~ - Some bad guy from 007
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