Re: Oh Erik, Where is 64-bit Windows Again?
From: Jim Trice (jimtrice_at_linuxmail.org)
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 11:37:56 +0930
Roy Culley wrote:
> begin <m2XNc.email@example.com>,
> Patricia <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 01:30:40 +0200, Roy Culley wrote:
>>> You are just a pitiful liar flatfish. Seriously, why do you continue
>>> making a laughing stock of yourself?
>> So you are saying that the suggested printers on that Linux icon of a
>> website, linuxprinting.org are current models?
> As has been pointed out to you countless times finding a printer that
> works under Linux is a trivial exercise. I've only visitied
> linuxprinting.org a couple of times and I've used Linux, with a
> printer, from lamost the get go. Long before you had even heard of
> Linux I'm sure. You are simply making a mountain out of a molehill for
> whatever reason I do not know. Same way you did with Linux fonts in
> times gone by.
>> You, are a stale, sour, loser.
> What have I lost flatty? I've used Linux for years. It has been far
> superior to anything MS have produce for my needs.
>> Try and address the facts next time Culley instead of making things
>> up. BTW of course you can prove I am this flatfish right? I'm
> The famous flatfish 'prove it'. Sure I can't but the circumstabtial
> evidence is overwhelming. That's enough for me and from what I read
> enough for most who know COLA's flatfish. You must try hard flatfish.
Also the famous flatfish crossposting when loosing an argument.
BTW last time I needed to buy a printer (eight weeks ago)it took 3 minutes
research, and one phone call, to get one with the features I was looking
Yes, it was new.
Yes, it was a current model.
Yes, its working fine.
FUT to COLA
-- Regards, Jim