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____/ High Plains Thumper on Tuesday 16 Feb 2010 03:50 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> High Plains Thumper on Monday:
>>> Peter KÃhlmann wrote:
>>>> M0she_(flatfish) wrote:
>>>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>>>> EMI Tries Fake Word Of Mouth Campaign To Promote Ok Go
>>>>> As opposed to a lonely student who sits in his apartment and
>>>>> SPAMS crap floods of inaccurate articles 24x7..
>>>> Very much oppsosed to a liar and racist like flatfish Gary
>>>> Stewart? Who posts hundreds of inaccurate posts, who constantly
>>>> tries to smear other people with posts claiming they are gay or
>>>> have their penis removed? Who constantly plants "evidence"
>>>> against linux users, only to "find" them then and posting it in
>>>> You are filth, flatfish Gary Stewart. You aren't worth to be
>>>> pissed on if you were on fire
>>>>> You're the one doing it wrong Roy Schestowitz. You are indeed a
>>>> The parasite would be you, Gary Stewart
>>> All of this is done to prevent productive posting in COLA. It is
>>> down to discourage posters. Message is, "If you post in COLA and
>>> it reflects favourably on Linux or negatively on Microsoft, we will
>>> slime your name."
>>> It is a reflection of criminal activity, no doubt.
>> This sums it up correctly. The trolls/shills still try to
>> paint/portray all advocates here as "liars", in need of medication,
>> having a gender complex, molesting children, having affairs with each
>> other, etc.
>> Given that the United States government and the military use the same
>> techniques (in China they are called "50 centers"),
> I'm not sure what you mean there. I have never heard of "50 centers".
>> I doubt the FTC will be able to do much to correct it.
> You saw how that Judge Jackson was removed from his further involvement
> in the case and his recommendations that the corporation be broke up
> into units to end the monopoly never happened, and what occurred after
> was very watered down action.
>> Microsoft wants to be seen as professional whereas other forums
>> become a jungle.
> I haven't paid much attention to the other forums except for occasioning
>> "Ideally, use of the competing technology becomes associated with
>> mental deficiency, as in, "he believes in Santa Claus, the Easter
>> Bunny, and OS/2." Just keep rubbing it in, via the press, analysts,
>> newsgroups, whatever. Make the complete failure of the competition's
>> technology part of the mythology of the computer industry. We want to
>> place selection pressure on those companies and individuals that show
>> a genetic weakness for competitors' technologies, to make the
>> industry increasingly resistant to such unhealthy strains, over
>> --James Plamondon, Microsoft Technical Evangelist. From Exhibit 3096;
>> Comes v. Microsoft litigation
> Yes, even I have quoted that. I thought the Comes exhibits to be very
> condemning of Microsoft's actions through its leaders.
This leak has already been used against Microsoft, in many areas in fact.
~~ Best of wishes
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