__/ [ chrisv ] on Wednesday 11 October 2006 14:05 \__
> Larry Qualig checked my message-ID, then wrote:
>>> Larry Qualig checked our message ID's, then wrote:
>>> >What???? You don't see the obvious connection between Bill Gates
>>> >salary and Linux? The connection between where Steve Ballmer goes on
>>> >vacation and Linux? The connection between the brand of car Gates
>>> >drives and Linux? The connection between Nasdaq trading volume for MSFT
>>> >and Linux?
>>I see that you're unable to present a coherent argument so you once
>>again resort to name-calling much like a small child would.
> Well, your net-kopping gets a bit tiresome as well, Larry.
>>> There is certainly a "connection" between the M$ operating
>>> systems and Linux.
>>So????? Did I ever say there wasn't a connection between MS's
>>operating systems and Linux. (Try reading for a change before you open
> You kind of implied that the news articles did not deal with M$
> operating systems and software, Larry, when many do.
>>Hint: What I said is that there is no connection between where Ballmer
>>goes on vacation and Linux. There is no connection between the brand of
>>car Gates has and Linux.
> Did Roy post news articles that talked of those issues? If so, I did
> not see them. If not, what the hell are you talking about?
>>With "advocates" like you supporting Linux there's little danger of it
>>ever becoming a desktop OS for the masses.
> I'd sure like to see you build a logical case for that claim, Larry.
Ballmer? Vacation? Larry must be delusional. Gary Steward would gladly borrow
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