I'm a 'tard - I don't know what a Subject line is (Was well, no subject)

Stijn Hoop stijn at win.tue.nl
Mon Oct 4 04:52:33 PDT 2004

On Fri, Oct 01, 2004 at 02:46:06PM -0500, Chris wrote:
> Bill Moran wrote:
> >Chris <racerx at makeworld.com> wrote:
> >>Nicx wrote:
> >>
> >>>  Hello Guy's!
> >>>
> >>>  Is there any emulator that i  can run win32 apllications on freeBSD?
> >>>  ... Nicx
> >>>  ---- www.ebox.gr - Dwrea'n E-mail ?e 15MB mailbox www.hyperhosting.gr
> >>>  Apokty%ste to diko' sa*s web site ?e dw%ro to domain name!
> >>
> >>I would be sooo much nicer it 'tards would learn to use the subject line
> >
> >
> >Those kind of comments are not welcome on this list.
> >
> >When a poster violates the posting policy, it is customary to _politely_
> >direct him/her to a reference regarding the proper policy, i.e.
> >http://www.lemis.com/questions.html
> Then something has changed. So often flames start by a user simply 
> asking a question that had he/she simply searched the list - would have 
> found the answer covered many times over.
> This is really no different then users that top post.
> Sorry folks, I'm not the "touchy-feely" type.
> Choose your verbiage - I call it as I see it.

Can you then at least please refrain from irritating other users, even if in
your eyes they're less intelligent than you? I'd assume you know how to use
the delete key.

--Stijn (who still can't get why people respond to messages that they
         feel are inappropriate or dumb, and agrees with Bill's feeling
         that this kind of reply is not good for FreeBSD as a whole)

The problem is that there are several people in design positions now who
couldn't design the Next Big Thing(TM) unless it involved them taking a
photocopier and someone else's design of The Next Big Thing(TM).
		-- 'Alkaiser' in a post on Slashdot on game originality
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