[Novalug] Device naming.
Bryan J. Smith
b.j.smith at ieee.org
Mon Mar 15 14:16:34 EDT 2010
My greatest concern, in all matters, is helping someone. At most,
I'll eventually say things like, "It's clear Linux is not for you! ;)" I
noted your last statement ("Someone send this guy some DOS
floppies") as a similar quip.
But profanity or other things really don't get to me much. As I always
say, there are different levels of vulgarity. I've seen very civil people
insult others without profanity. Some people say that's what I do as
well (even if it's never my intent, I don't "talk down to people" but just
try to be complete in my answers, even if half or more is redundant,
Besides, I can be a "dumb ****" sometimes. ;)
But as much as people may say things about me, complain about
various posting approaches I utilize, various grammar and verbosity,
there's one thing I honestly believe ... and that's everyone trying to
help everyone else, and I'm just part of that crowd.
----- Original Message ----
From: Theodore Ruegsegger <gruntly at gmail.com>
The front-running applicant for the position of NOVALUG court jester ranted:
> There are a hundred things in linux that I simply can't be bothered
> with, that's one of them. =|
> You dumb ****, ...?!?!??!
> ARGH. LINUX SUCKS!!!
> Automation is spooky because I don't know where it comes from, how it
> works, what it is doing, or how to control it. That's why I still
> idolize DOS.
> Otherwise, STFU.
> DO NOT USE OBAMACARE.
> DO NOT BUY OBAMACARE.
Based on the level of insight, intellectual curiosity and critical
thinking demonstrated by your posts, the obvious conclusion is that
whatever "OBAMACARE" is, it must be great stuff. Where can I buy me
Sorry list, I held out as long as I could, but everyone's got a
breaking point. Someone send this guy some DOS floppies so he'll be
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