Subject: Re: 3 Lisps, 3 Ways of Specifying OS
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 20:25:21 GMT
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From: Rajappa Iyer <>
Date: 22 Oct 2001 16:12:44 -0400
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Erik Naggum <> writes:

> * Rajappa Iyer
> | On the contrary, Erik, you are the one that doesn't have a clue.
>   You admit to being vague because all this is two years old (what have I
>   been saying about your "experiences" and the dishonesty of using stale
>   painful experiences to _continue_ to post negative comments about
>   something?) and that you have no specific examples to back up your claim.
>   I already knew that, but it is good to see that you admit to this.
>   This leaves us with a very simple, straightforward conclusion: There is
>   absolutely no reason to believe anything you say.  You are simply too
>   much of a dishonest person to have any credibility at all.  Until and
>   unless you can show us exactly what you did and exactly what happened,
>   your whole set of experiences falls in the category of "idiot operator
>   error".  Blame whoever you want, every honest person has to conclude that
>   it was your own goddamn fault.  _No_ system can be so fool-proof that a
>   self-destructive, lying, angry fool cannot find something to blame it for.
>   Only good thing is it was a Linux and not a Common Lisp system that you
>   mistreated so badly that your hatred was misdirected towards Common Lisp.
>   There have been enough dishonest lunatics just like you who have been so
>   angry about their failure to understand what they are doing in Common
>   Lisp that they publish books about it.  It is fortunate for Debian that
>   you are unlikely to be capable of such demanding intellectual endeavors.

Do you do this to embarass your parents?

<> a.k.a. Rajappa Iyer.
	They also surf who stand in the waves.