Subject: Re: How do you organize your source code? From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 16:26:39 GMT Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * "Siegfried Gonzi" <email@example.com> | Look, it is easy: Eric has his television box, a computer and a newsnet | account. He does not need more in order to become intelligent. He does | not know how a peer reviewed article looks like. My cat Felix sometimes | shows me some of its stunts. And so behaves Eric too. This is the kind of conclusions that people who confuse what their very limited intelligence can think up with reality. This is the kind of people I have to endure in spades. The magnitude of the evil I have to suffer because of the massive idiocy of such creep probably does not quite register with people who have never seen it happen, but think for yourself. How would _you_ react to something like this fucked-up mental case? Granted, Siegfried Gonzi is obviously unable to deal with anything he cannot first force-fit into his very limited coping ability, but he and that "Biep" shit and others of similar moral constitution just _have_ to express themselves in public. | Why not ignore him? He is really irrelevant. Or is Naggum your Lisp | distributor? Or inventor of Lisp? Or author of your Lisp teaching | material? No. I am _so_ fucking tired of people who have to post their fantastically moronic explanations of me. I am obviously so important to them in their lives that they have to _post_ about me and what they cannot do on their own. That I have some opinions that go against their retarded views, is so important that they _have_ to attack me like Siegfried Gonzi and this Stefan Schmiedl character do. Fuck it. -- In a fight against something, the fight has value, victory has none. In a fight for something, the fight is a loss, victory merely relief. 70 percent of American adults do not understand the scientific process.