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____/ William Poaster on Wednesday 06 Jan 2010 18:53 : \____
> On Wed, 06 Jan 2010 18:16:25 +0000, Homer wrote:
>> Verily I say unto thee, that Goblin spake thusly:
>>> amicus_curious wrote:
>>>> Nothing legally wrong there at all, of course, and the rest is
>>>> merely a litany of how Microsoft is serious
>>> We all know how serious they are
>> You need to understand that amicus_unscrupulous is utterly devoid of any
>> moral conscience whatsoever. He's the sort of evil bastard who could see
>> the Devil eating a baby for breakfast, then state with indifference that
>> he's just hungry, and has a right to eat.
> As a M$ shill Bill Weisgerber has always been doing his job in the same
> *extremely* dishonest way.
> (No doubt amicus_unscrupulous will deny who he is, but google for Bill
> Weisgerber & see for yourself.)
That's an accurate description of marketing people.
>> Yes, Microsoft is serious. As serious as the Devil.
~~ Best of wishes
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