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Re: [vox] word processing software (was: visio on linux)
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Re: [vox] word processing software (was: visio on linux)

Can we please stop spamming everyone on this list with posts 
that are completely devoid of useful content?

-- Rod

On Saturday 10 August 2002 03:54 pm, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Micah Cowan (micah@cowan.name):
> > I must admit it seems unwise to argue the color of the sky with
> > someone who apparently refuses to look up, but nobody ever said I was
> > wise anyway; so, here goes:
> You appear to be trying to change the subject.  I was discussing
> Mr. Wergedal's assertion Linux and workstations.
> Since you appear to frantically attempting to discuss something else,
> I believe we're done.
> >> So, do you think "Linux is gaining ground in the server arena and not on
> >> the desktop" sounds like someone's "belief or opinion", or an assertion
> >> of fact?  I'm curious.
> >
> > I believe the quote from me above rather implies the answer to your
> > question. "Belief or opinion", naturally. As you so lucidly pointed
> > out, who could back it up with facts?
> >--
> >
> > (Note that your response clearly attributes the sentence to me, which
> > is correct)
> I did _not_ attibute the quoted sentence to you:  It was not your
> sentence.  It was Mr. Wergedal's.
> > You had no remaining quotes from Andy Wergedal in the post I have
> > listed first above. In what way is your sentence above correct, then?
> Which part of "Linux is gaining ground in the server arena and not on
> the desktop" being Mr. Wergedal's assertion are you still failing to
> understand?
> > A change of subject from what?
> Your assertion.  Attempting to question _me_ is a dodge.
> > I can't help noticing that you seem to want to pretend the subject is
> > something that changes as it suits you.
> I'm sorry to hear about your perception problems.

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