Wikipedia's perfection (was Re: Discussion of the relative
advantages/disadvantages of PAE (was Re: Memory >3.5GB not used?))
wmoran at potentialtech.com
Thu Apr 26 17:48:49 UTC 2007
In response to Chad Perrin <perrin at apotheon.com>:
> On Thu, Apr 26, 2007 at 09:17:32AM -0400, Bill Moran wrote:
> > Perhaps this was all just a devious plan by me to make you all look like
> > fools by watching your argue about the importance of checking sources
> > while none of you checked your sources ...
> > Muhahaha ...
> > In any event, it's been a fascinating sociological lesson for me.
> If you had provided the guy's Wikipedia account, we'd be able to check
> *your* sources -- wouldn't we? As long as you don't tell us the
> necessary information for checking up on it, we simply can't do anything
> with it.
I gave my source. Have you contacted him? Why are you accusing me of
failing to do something that I did?
> Sociological lesson? If you're just trying to get a reaction, I think
> the technical term is actually "trolling".
Don't invent things that aren't there. Yes, it's been a sociological
lesson. No, I was not "trying to get a reaction". The major sociological
lesson is the reaction that I _did_ get, which I did not expect, and
(quite frankly) didn't want -- still don't, for that matter.
Perhaps you should switch to decaf?
As for me, I will post no more on this topic to questions@ as the subject
matter is no longer relevant, and is obviously inflammatory.
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