On Fri, 06 Sep 2002 18:22:59 -0500, Matt spawned:
All attempts mostly end in spouting multiple instances of the same, nearlyQuote:>> Enjoy.
>> HTH & GL... ;-))
>> -------------------------------------- # ...Because the truth is that
>> open source doesn't cure cancer, doesn't lead to a global gift economy,
>> and doesn't produce perfect software on the first, second, or even
>> fifty-seventh try. Hell, I could put together a laundry list right now
>> of glaring flaws and shortcomings in Linux that I blame squarely on open
>> source development and developers. Jason Compton.
> We're waiting.
irrelevant minor bugs, mixed with a rare exploit that was patched long
before it was announced.
When that fails, generalities prevail. When cornered, the subject quickly
evolves away from the original in order to make other specious claims in
order to repeat the process.
A killfile, however, stops the process in its tracks. And it lowers the
level of obnoxious noise, too!
"Using Outlook Express is the m*equivalent of putting on spike
heels, fishnets, and a bustier, walking down to the corner of Virus St and
Trojan Ave, and shouting 'Hello, Sailor!'."