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Re: Ballmer says skip Vista

On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 00:05:07 +0200, Peter Köhlmann wrote:

> Hadron wrote:
>> "Moshe Goldfarb." <brick.n.straw@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 23:30:31 +0200, Hadron wrote:
>>>> "nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>>>> <Quote>
>>>>> [Ballmer says that if high powered business people] want to wait for
>>>>> Windows 7 to switch from XP, instead of going to Vista, "They
>>>>> certainly can."
>>>> So another misleading subject line.
>>>> How do you guys sleep at night with your lies and fabrications?
>>> Misleading subject lines, especially those that slam Microsoft or create
>>> FUD, generate hits and seed Google the way the Linux fanatics wish.
>>> Most people outside of the core loony group of Linux zealots, realize
>>> that this movement of theirs is laughable at best.
>>> People who are true Linux advocates, who advocate by DOING instead of
>>> bullshitting despise places like COLA, BN and others because the fanatics
>>> that gather there just make the mainstream Linux user look foolish.
>> I still remember when Jorge rounded on Liarnut and identified him as the
>> technical incompetent troll he had run into in another forum. 
> Certainly, Hadron Quark. And the best part of it: You can even supply the
> Msg-IDs for your claim...
>> Jorge contributes products. 
> He *also* contributes strife. For no good reason, to boot. To top it off, he
> is a Solaris-advocate. He does not really like linux.

Joerg Schilling works for OpenSolaris &, as i've pointed out elsewhere,
some say that his blogs reflect hostility towards Linux.
There's a long thread in the "linux-kernel" mailing list from 2005: 
Joerg Schilling flames Linux on his Blog

>> Liarmutt, Roy et al simply peacock around amongst 
>> the floaters in COLA.
> Even /if/ that were true, it would still be a lot more positive than
> anything you, flatfish, DFS and other usenet filth permeate in several
> groups

Did you know?
Hardon Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences. 
He thought he was God, but she didn't.

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