Subject: Re: A few questions, Alan Turing and LISP?
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: 1999/02/11
Message-ID: <>

* "Gary H. Merrill" <>
| And just how large was this company in which you succeeded and what was
| its organization?

  200 people, 55 million dollars of revenue in 1997.  offices in 10 nations.

| I sense the wounded response of the true Linux fanatic.

  I sense a moron who needs to see fanatics when he knows he's in the wrong.

| If it isn't Microsoft and it isn't supported by the *hardware* vendor,
| it doesn't count.

  you keep switching definitions and modifying what you have said to keep
  from being wrong.  no wonder you think in terms of fanatics.

| In some corners of the software world, 512M RAM is a relatively small
| amount of memory.  Your own assumptions and lack of genuine experience
| are showing.

  your fear of being exposed has been showing much longer.

| Certainly not any further input from you.

  I sense a pouting, prejudiced moron who knows he's wrong, but who needs
  to keep in the right for self-esteem reasons, nothing else.

  Y2K conversion simplified: Januark, Februark, March, April, Mak, June,
  Julk, August, September, October, November, December.