Re: What's a debian kid look like?
martin f krafft <email@example.com> writes:
> also sprach Brian Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2001.12.24.0101 +0100]:
> > Sure, and someone else can answer them. Besides, when's the last
> > time a question was asked by a Microsoft mailer user or an html
> > poster that couldn't be found in a FAQ or google search? Or, even
> > better, when's the last time one such user offered an inciteful
> > answer that was worth reading?
> it happens quite a bunch as some of the most capable debianers are
> unfortunately stuck with jobs that force them to use windoze machines.
Assuming most of us live in so-called "free" countries, we are free to
get another job then. Or, lobby to change the brain-damage policies at
their work. I can't imagine anyone wanting to work for a company that
forces their workers to use broken, dangerous software.
In my not so humble opinion, anyone that is spineless enough to put up
with working in a forced MS environment is not worth listening to, and
therefore I choose to ignore them.
Come on, where are your morals?
> > If you want to waste your time, go ahead and answer stupid
> > questions. I see no reason to waste my time reading or responding
> > to such worthless noise.
> oh my. thank you ever so much, oh you high mr. nelson, for taking the
> time to participate in this thread...
You're welcome. I'm always glad to contribute. :)
Brian Nelson <email@example.com>