FreeBSD Kernel Internals Documentation

Chad Perrin perrin at
Wed Jan 4 20:14:19 UTC 2012

On Wed, Jan 04, 2012 at 12:34:52PM -0500, Jerry wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Jan 2012 09:00:12 -0700 Chad Perrin articulated:
> >
> > You just ignored the salient point of what Robert Bonomi said, in
> > favor of trivialities.  If you prefer, pretend he said:
> > 
> >     HE asked that they explain "why it *IS* morally correct..."
> > 
> > The point he was making is no less present and clear, and now your
> > momentary diversion is no longer part of the equation.
> Both of you have continued to spew the same garbage while ignoring the
> simple fact that I did not attributed the statements you claim I did to
> you.

I'll make this very, very simple for you:

Why the heck would you have asked *me* of all people to explain why one
is supposedly "morally correct" and the other is not?

I did not say that was the case, and gave no indication I thought it was
the case, so your strange action of asking *me* to justify that position
-- especially when it seems there are much more appropriate targets for
such a question in this discussion, according to your own words -- seems
entirely out of place, pointless, meaningless, and misguided, *unless*
you for some reason think *I* feel that distinction is justified.

I'm going to ignore the rest of your obfuscations, and just focus on that
for now.

> Serious Chad, I could not care less what you think.

Why the heck did you ask for it, then?

> Do you honestly believe that I really care about what some faceless
> name on a monitor writes, or if it bothers or influences me?

Why do you waste time asking people whose opinions you do not care to
know what they think of something -- especially when the person has never
even stated that he or she even believes that "something" (the moral
distinction between anti-Microsoft statements and anti-FreeBSD
statements) exists?

> Have you ever heard of "narcissistic personality disorder" aka "NPD"?
> Get over yourself -- nobody is that important.

I can only assume you have not read what you, yourself, wrote.  You asked
me a question.  Please explain why, if not because you wanted my answer.

Chad Perrin [ original content licensed OWL: ]

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