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Re: [News] Snot Leopard Represents Stagnation at Apple

Marti van Lin wrote:
> 7 wrote:
>> Marti van Lin wrote:
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>> Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard: the Ars Technica review
>>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>>>> Many of these same developers applauded the "150+ new
>>>>> features" in Tiger and the "300 new features" in
>>>>> Leopard at past WWDCs. Now they were applauding zero
>>>>> new features for Snow Leopard? What explains this?
>>>> `----
>>>> http://arstechnica.com/apple/reviews/2009/08/mac-os-x-10-6.ars
>>> Snot Leopard? You are giving Michael Glasser way too much
>>> credit :-)
>> I'm sure Hadron the stupid one would object.
> Eh? Even the insane Q00k had Michael Snot Glasser killfiled
> for a while. That saids enough about Glasser, doesn't it?

Yes, except he relented and followed the troll papacy's orders to
play nice with Snit.

>> He'll want to call it something really stupid like Appil
>> Snow Lepper OS (TM). Only the rich and leppers buy it.
> What I find astonishing is that Glasser claims he is a Mac
> fan, yet his pathetic "instruction video's" are all about
> Windowpz and all Mac fans in the Mac advocacy group, seem to
> avoid him like the plague as well :-)

He is the most kill filed troll, hated by both advocate and
troll.  Following quote sums it up nicely:

99- Sandman: "He is by far the most killfiled person in the
-HISTORY- of csma. I've never seen someone so disliked, almost
hated, in a news group before. He has the ability to turn just
about any person against him in just a few posts. On usenet,
trolls do this daily, but the funny part with Michael is that I
actually think he DOESN'T consider himself be a troll - damn what
-EVERYONE ELSE- is calling him. Obviously they are wrong. Only
Tholen himself can match this behaviour."  18 Mar 2005



Dawg Tail: "PC advocates, Mac advocates, Linux advocates. Almost
all of them are making similar claims about Snit. When you have
so many diverse people who share a common perception where do you
think the problem lies? With Snit? Or almost everyone else? The
answer doesn't require an advanced degree to figure out."  30 Dec



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