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Re: A Look at an Epic Linux Mint Release

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____/ William J.  Powell on Thursday 28 Jul 2011 19:31 : \____

> On Wed, 27 Jul 2011 20:47:06 +0100, Homer <usenet@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>Verily I say unto thee that wjp spake thusly:
>>> Note: Resent with "X no archive set to NO"
>>> I was enthusiastically looking toward Sabayon 6 as the third "triple
>>> boot" operating system on this machine
>>Of course you were, flatty.
>>You'll have to watch out for that dead give-away X-No-Archive thing next
>>time, eh? And the Newsreader. And the highly unconvincing bit about Roy.
>>> , however
>>[snip "damning with feint praise"]
>>You also need to get a new routine. Anyone who's been in this group more
>>than five minutes can see that one coming a mile away.
> "There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is
> proof against all arguments and which cannot fail to keep a man in
> everlasting ignorance -- that principle is contempt prior to
> investigation."
> Attributed to Herber Spencer
> And you, sir, need to pay attention to my message headers.  It appears
> you folks have become so obsessed with Flatty that you cannot even
> recognize someone other than that turds posting.
> You want to know why I mostly lurk this newsgroup and have only posted
> about four messages during the last ten years?  Because of  folks like
> yourself who pay more attention to the X-no-archive than the meat of the
> message.
> I am 69 years old and refuse to put up with a bunch of garbage from
> close-minded users who have an axe to grind with those trolls.  You want
> to kill-file me? Feel free to do so.  I shall continue to read those
> individuals who have a positive message concerning Linux, in spite of
> you and your predjuces.
> And, since you have been so anamored with Linux, it doesn't surprise me
> that you cannot recognize that the Forte Agent V4.2 default setting is
> "X-no-archive yes".
>  I was under the impression that this group was free and open to anyone
> who wanted to discuss the merits of Linux  I have installed linux on
> various machines all the way back to 1995, however, because of my work
> history, I've had to rely mainly on Microsoft -- because that's what was
> used.
> I'm sure this reply will invite a bunch of negative replies.  But, you
> know what? At my age, I could give a sh*t less.  It's just as easy to
> kill-file you, Homer, as it is Flatty and his cohorts.
> Have a great day,
> Bill Powell
> Linux user #389667

Whether a troll or not, anyone entering this group suffers from the pollution
of the trolls and the premature conviction they caused.

- -- 
		~~ Best of wishes

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