Quality is Job #1
There really is no need to give the impression you feel personally attacked. They are, after all, only words. What is it with you so called advocates of linux? Somebody comments on your post, and they lack reading comprehension? Wow! Just how vulnerable are you? Your defensiveness suggests, dangerously so.
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begin oeprotect.scr Or I can't, as I'm starting to think of them. We gotreallyclose to the ITU running it, which would've been a far superior solution. That way, at least...
I admit, I have lurked here for a while, and bar a few, I cannot be bothered to go back and check for names, but 'the Ghost in The Machine' seems to be the only sane one in this group - the glue if you will, holding linux advocacy and its true meaning, together.
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In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Ian Hilliard wrote on Wed, 07 Dec 2005 21:26:00 +0100 Not a bad idea in some respects, though it...
I'm sorry if I did upset you, it was completely unintentional, unlike you berating me, of course, but the difference between you and me is, that I can live with it.
Then why didn't you post that in the first place. Why don't you then literally quote from what you typed in your first post, that you now express really does show what you meant as typed in the post to which I now respond.
In addition, I can safely buttume you have name changed from 'John A. Bailo' to 'speakeasy' in a desperate effort to avoid detection of your quite evident delinquency in knowledge, as pointed out by Gordon Burgess-Parker. Either that, or just say you don't always post what you mean to convey. It makes me no never mind.
But you do know what they say about protesting to much, don't you?
-- What makes a person doubt you is the horror at the thought they may be wrong.
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