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

From: R. D. Davis <rdd_at_rddavis.org>
Date: Thu Apr 25 12:49:17 2002

Quothe M H Stein, from writings of Wed, Apr 24, 2002 at 10:53:29PM -0400:
> Despite being called morons, brain-damaged, biz'droid lusers, etc., with

If the label fits, why not use it? ;-)

> 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

Yes, but inefficiently.

> PCs value our time more and respect diversity & other peoples' choices

Oh really? I've worked with, and for, many narrow-minded biz'droids
who only knew about Micro$oft rubbish and would not hear of anyone
using anything else, or, if they did have to use UNIX for anything,
they'd use those annoyances from SCO (e.g., OpenServer) and didn't
appear able to comprehend that other flavors of UNIX were more
reliable and less troublesome. One of them told me that there was no
difference between BSD and Linux, and he firmly believed that BSD was
based on Linux! Another one insisted that I switch to M$-Word from
LaTeX, since M$-Word was a "standard;" he claimed that no one else
would be able to update the documentation written in LaTeX if I left,
which, he believed, would leave them with a lot of useless data.

It seems that the logic used by Micro$oft pushers/dealers is:
"Micro$oft is the standard, therefore it should be used." On those
grounds, they refuse to listen to any reasons as to why anything else
is, or might be, useful - since "it's not the standard" (or so they

> 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

What's wrong with that? Why be slaves to the Micro$oft virusware?

> Hard to remember sometimes that the intelligent majority is silent
I believe that you have something inverted... (an inverter left out of
some circuitry when your brain was forming?) ;-)

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