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Re(2): wrong-headed replacement of proprietary apps

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 147.62.42.119] on August 14, 2008 01:42 PM
[QUOTE]Yeah, because it really makes any difference to me whatsoever in the real world. In the last 20 years, I've paid for maybe, MAYBE 10-12 pieces of software for use on my own computers. Everything else has been pirated or cracked. Guess what happened? I worked twice as fast and more efficiently than my idiot neighbor who's still trying to piece together his own OS with cobbled together, half-written, undocumented pieces of crap from the open source community. You're a mindless drone convinced by other mindless drone that everyone else is a mindless drone for failing to agree with your insanity. Grow up, get a clue.[/QUOTE]

Of course, there are people who rob banks and become multi-millionaires. And there are people who work for a living. Some of the people who work for a living become multi-millionaires, while others don't. Doesn't mean all those who work for a living will start robbing banks instead. Some people have ethics. Grow up, get a clue.

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