Mrs. Butterworth vs Vermont Maid
Colin J. Raven
colin at kenmore.kozy-kabin.nl
Tue Jan 18 15:40:07 PST 2005
On Jan 18 at 17:42, Freebsd0101 at aol.com ejaculated this:
> In a message dated 1/18/05 4:41:12 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> thad.butterworth at hp.com writes:
>> Maybe if you offered solutions instead of whining and bashing all the
>> time people would be interested in what you have to say. All we've ever
>> seen you do is throw out insults and complain. If FreeBSD is so bad, use
>> another OS.
>> I'm sure Microsoft would be more than happy to have you shell out the
>> money for their products, and you'd get the sort of support you want
>> -er, well, sort of. That's all I'm going to say on the matter.
> And this coming from a guy who thinks he's so smart that hes spamming
> some poor tax attorney who likely never has heard of FreeBSD? What a
> turd you are Mrs. Butterworth. But I find your confidence in your
> stupidity quite entertaining!
> Actually, Thad, I've stated my case, and got the president of the FreeBSD
> foundation to publically admit that I'm right about 5.x performance. I've
> only "insulted" people who insulted me or my claims first.
QUOTE IT FUCKMUNCH
QUOTE IT WITH INTACT HEADERS
QUOTE IT IN IT'S ENTIRETY TO BE SURE THAT YOU 'AINT SUCKIN' OUT THE
CONTEXT IN FAVOR OF A FREE BRAIN MASSAGE.
> I'm sure that a lot of people considering 5.x won't waste their time with it
> now, which is much more of a "service" than you have ever provided.
> What you list jockeys don't "get" is that just because you don't care
> about an issue doesn't mean that its not an important issue to a lot
> of other people; people who don't spend their time flaming people about
> issues they don't know the first thing about just for the sake of doing
If this was a bar:
Consider yourself smashed over the head with a barstool, unceremoniously
dragged outside, beaten to an unrecognizeable bloody pulp and tossed
into a dumpster. Then shot through the head.
> And from where do you "get" that I think FreeBSD is bad? FreeBSD 4.x
> is great. I just wish they'd support it instead of calling 5.x a production
> release before its even close to 4.x performance standards.
It's called 5.x RELEASE
Read the goddam manual you shit streaked mong
Goddam...you are dumber than a sack of hammers.
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