Re: [OT] My distro is better than your distro (was: Re: kde 3.4 insid)
On Wed, 2005-04-06 at 22:22 +1000, Derek Broughton wrote:
> > On Wed, 6 Apr 2005 05:16, David Pastern wrote:
> > > I'd say a great deal many more people would attest to xorg being just
> > > as stable as xfree86.
> Yeah, but I don't _need_ it (I have it, since I'm using Ubuntu, but that was
> the least of my reasons to go to Ubuntu).
> > > It's plain and clear that we have a few 'lackeys' that just love to
> > > suck up to Debian developers, must make you all feel good.
> Ooh. It wasn't enough for you to insult the developers, without which you
> would be using FreeBSD (well, probably not, because they have the _same_
> problems with those !@#$%^ developers - I guess you'd have to settle for
> Windows, where the developers get paid)), but you want to insult everybody
> else who uses Debian.
you obviously have problems comprehending what someone has said, so i'll
repeat it for you again:
we have a few 'lackeys'
Note the meaning of the word few:
Amounting to or consisting of a small number: one of my few bad habits.
Being more than one but indefinitely small in number: bowled a few
n. (used with a pl. verb)
An indefinitely small number of persons or things: A few of the books
have torn jackets.
An exclusive or limited number: the discerning few; the fortunate few.
So your statement:
but you want to insult everybody else who uses Debian.
is vastly wrong. And if the developers aren't thick skinned enough to
take criticism, then tough shit. They can go and cry to mummy. I'm
sure most of them would have a laugh and not even give a shit at my
comments. Not that i'm really worried, I never really expected it.
Anyways, i've about had enough of this shite.
"It takes a special kind of genius to be able to tell someone to go to
hell in such a way as they end up thinking you wished them a pleasant