Quoting Gareth Eason (bigbro at skynet.ie):
> I'll beg to differ with your claims on this occasion....
That's more than a little undignified, you know: There's honestly no
real need to beg. (On the other hand, sending annual tribute would be a
pleasant turn starting this Christmas, if the spirit moves you.)
> ...since many people that I know (and I'm sure many others that I do
> not) DO feel the claim I posted below has merit.
In a world of some nine billion people, this is not surprising. Some of
think Celine Dion can sing, too.
> I'm also going to nip your comment (or more the sentiment behind it)
> regarding this not being an MS-Windows mailing list in the bud. You
> are quite correct.
Hey, it happens. I'm sorry, man. I'll try not to do it frequently.
> And since I am (or try my very best to be) a proponent of using the
> best tool for the job, I feel it would be remiss of me not to have
> mentioned Visual Basic in the response.
Ah, so _that's_ where this list becomes an MS-Windows helpdesk. Now I
> If you wish to practice Linux zealotry - then please take it
Name-calling is _so_ very dreary. Not to mention transparent.
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