Subject: Re: 3 Lisps, 3 Ways of Specifying OS
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 22:26:17 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>

* Rajappa Iyer <>
| You're the last person who should be lecturing anyone about politeness.

  *laugh*  After what you have been doing here -- just look at yourself! --
  you still think you have the right to complain about _anything_ relating
  to etiquette and politeness!  This is just too damn funny.

| I'll happily admit to not being intimidated by a thug.

  It is really quite amusing to see how simple-minded the fantasy world is
  that you have to make up so you can relate to what you do not understand
  And it is quite appropriate that you resort to "thug" -- you do seem like
  a person who is unable to deal with other people with mind and language,
  and the imagery you prefer is one where muscles are the only source of
  strength and power.  So I can only assume that this is true for you.  In
  _my_ simple world, people who think muscles are a source of strength and
  power are recyclable trash.  But you are welcome to your fantasy world,
  as it explains so much of your amazingly unintelligent behavior when you
  have simply been requested to cough up the _evidence_ to support your
  negative bullshit about Debian, which you refuse to do, for the obvious
  reason: You have been fully aware that your tarnishing Debian has been a
  dishonest ploy from the get-go, and now you pretend to be upset that your
  insulting personal mail got posted with a tongue-in-cheek comment that
  only you have a transparent excuse for a problem with.  I wonder how
  people like you manage to survive -- some _thugs_ should have eliminted
  you long ago if you had managed to behave as stupidly in real life.

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