High Plains Thumper wrote:
> Greg Cox wrote:
>> This is why extremist groups frequently adopt this kind of
>> strategy. It allows the leaders to control the members by
>> simplifying everything down to us=good and them=bad. The
>> members aren't actually required to think when they have
>> this simple outlook. In fact, everything runs much smoother
>> in the group when thinking is completely eliminated.
> Sounds like much of the whines from Hadron, DFS, Ezekiel,
> flatfish (Gary), and ad nauseum. Those who advocate Linux are
> simply wicked in their limited minds.
> Posted by flatfish:
> Subject: COLA is full of fanatic Linux Zealots. Look Elsewhere
> for Linux Advocacy.
> [quote] Folks, this isn't a Linux advocacy group, it's a
> religious cult of star struck "never have beens" many of which
> have done nothing to advocate Linux other than make themselves
> and sadly the real Linux advocates by association, foolish.
> The hate, the arrogance the craziness and the obsession with
> anything proprietary on that channel is sick. [/quote]
> Yes, there is an "us" versus "them" and much of the "slash and
> burn" has not been created by the advocates. Rather, their
> ad hominem attacks toward advocates have left advocates in a
> defensive posture.
> If they were eliminated or deceased would make for a better
> discussion group.
Oh, and I wanted to add. Eliminating one other, a nutter by the
name of Michael Glasser AKA Snit, Rhino Plastee, ThunderCleats,
sigmond and other socks would go a long way toward making this a
civilised discussion group (not to mention also
Following is one of many documents on Snit's Linux advocacy lunacy:
Following contains 127 poster quotes documenting the Snit Circus
of Pathological Lies:
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green