Re: Do so called "Linux advocates" ever address the points of the topic?
Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 12:40:19 -0700
Vladimir Yepifano wrote:
> I notice a very large number of posts from so called Linux advocates
> that fail to say anything constructive. They seem to go on the
> defensive immediately and never address the topic.
One of the great advantages of linux is that you can be a self-rightous
jerk. Those of us who have taken the time (and it is ALOT of time) and
pain (and it is ALOT of pain) to learn linux have paid our dues. Why
should you have it any easier? BE A MAN!
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