OT: Dealing with a hosting company with it's head up it's rear end

Jerry jerry at seibercom.net
Sat Aug 15 14:01:27 UTC 2020

On Sat, 15 Aug 2020 08:59:52 -0400, Aryeh Friedman stated:
>Says someone who refuses to help fix a bug because some hardware vendor
>refuses to give them free equipment, even though the bug  affects
>equipment you already have.

Your analysis is incorrect. I did in fact, rectify the problem. Coming
to the realization that it would cost me both time and money, I choose
a different path. Realizing that I could easily minimise the situation
with a minimum of effort, I simply changed to an OS that did not suffer
from the affliction and offered me more leeway in completing my job

There is an old saying, "Piss poor planning on your part, does not
constitute an emergency on my part." The simple fact that you failed to
anticipate potential problems, either now or at some future date, is
solely your fault. There are numerous reasons why a specie becomes
extinct. One of the most common is that they simply failed to adapt,
also referred to as "survival of the fittest." You appear to be on the
way to extinction.

My grandpa also had another saying, "shit or get off the pot." If you
think you have a legitimate legal course of action, then roll the deice
and throw your dogs (lawyers) into the fight. Either that or put your
tail between your legs and go home. In any case, stop whining like a
little girl who just had her pigtails pulled.

Very few problems cannot be cured with a minimum of effort.
Unfortunately, all to many insist and cursing that darn night rather
than lighting a small candle.

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