Re: Dual CPU Question
From: Baruch (baruch01_at_N0sbcglobal.net$PAM)
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 03:42:13 GMT
P.T. Breuer wrote:
> Baruch <email@example.com$pam> wrote:
>> P.T. Breuer wrote:
>> If you're going to be a pedant, you ought to at least learn to spell the
>> words you use - examples being "non sequitur", and "particular". Perhaps
>> English is not your native language. That lets you off for misspelling
>> "particular". "Non sequitur" is Latin.
> Thank you, but I know how to spell. What I don't do is hit keys
So you know how to spell, but don't do it. OK. Sure...
>> Everyone was a newbie at one time - even you, though perhaps in your case
>> that was so long ago you've forgotten.
> No, I was not a newbie. I recall compiling kernel 1.1.56 overnights on
> my 486sx50. Ask yourself if Linus was a "newbie" sometime.
Yes, Linus was also a newbie, and so were you. As I said before, everyone
was a newbie.
>> You apparently have a great deal of experience and knowledge to offer to
>> people. When you have gotten around to discussing the question, as
>> opposed to chastising the person asking it, your recommendations have
>> been sound
> Would you kindly choose to not cut the answer in future? Whatever you
> have to say is invalidated by your selective quoting!
Actually, my selective quoting was appropriate, and did not undermine
anything I said. I wasn't referring specifically to answers you offered to
this OP, but in general - your replies, once you cut the belittling, are
quite often informative, helpful, and original. There is no need to offer
>> and in many cases highly original. It is unfortunate that you feel a
>> need to belittle and shame people for being inexperienced.
> There is no belittling or shaming above. When the question is
> nonsensical I will say so, thank you, and you can shut up. The question
Of course I *can* shut up, but I won't. Thank you for reminding me of my
> is not part of the person, so quit trying to connect what is said about
> a post with what is said about a person. As you can see, there is no
> personal discussion above, not even with your selective quoting
I assume you believe what you're saying. This is regrettable...