Micro$oft Biz'droid Lusers (was: OT email response format)

From: M H Stein <mhstein_at_canada.com>
Date: Wed Apr 24 21:53:29 2002

>From: Doc <doc_at_mdrconsult.com>

> An easy way to spot a Microsoft/Intel patsy is his tendency to present
> his own [generally incredibly narrow] viewpoint as immutable fact.
> Doc
Well, the evidence of this latest waste of time & bandwidth seems to
contradict that, since with one possible exception, all the people presenting
those truly incredibly narrow viewpoints have been non-MS/Intel users.

Despite being called morons, brain-damaged, biz'droid lusers, etc., with
intelligence in the gutter, apparently those of us who do manage quite well
to do our jobs & accomplish what we need/want using MS OSs & apps on
PCs value our time more and respect diversity & other peoples' choices
more than to get dragged into this childish & ridiculous name-calling
'discussion'. I for one am quite content to let other people use whatever hardware
or software they like, are supplied with, can afford, are comfortable with,
whatever, and when there are problems as there inevitably are with any
hardware and software, I enjoy the challenge and satisfaction of getting
past those problems, not to mention the income it provides.

But it's reassuring that there are people out there who'd rather insult their
clients/bosses or quit than work with MS/PC stuff; less competition and
more opportunities for those of us who actually respect our clients and
enjoy helping them and the organizations we work for accomplish their

And unlike some people on this list,
<snip> Jeez, Dick. I can't believe you dragged me back into this. <snip>
we don't all salivate whenever Richard rings his little bell.

Hard to remember sometimes that the intelligent majority is silent at times like
this (except for me, of course :-)

Received on Wed Apr 24 2002 - 21:53:29 BST

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