Re: How not to be a nice person (Was: Re: Packages should not Conflict on the basis of duplicate functionality)
On Sat, 2 Oct 1999, Craig Sanders wrote:
> "Excuse me. I work for TurboLinux."
> the implication here is that you know what you are talking about because
> you work for a "real" (i.e. commercial) linux distribution.
Either that, or you're attributing an attitude to him that doesn't exist.
That would mean you're wrong, and furthermore that you're being a rude
Boy, wouldn't that be embarrassing. You must feel awful.
> very little of what i write is done without review and consideration of
> the effect of my words. i am a very deliberate writer. i presume that
> others are just as deliberate. if they're not, then they need to learn
> more caution and control over the language they use.
When someone writes things like:
> well, bully for you. i guess that must make you so proud.
> now what is so fucking difficult to understand about that?
the word "deliberate" isn't the first that occurs to me.