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Charles Kelly, NT*Pro wrote:
> It is interesting Paul, but it is also a sad reflection on the empty lives
> of peple who involve theirselves in any hate movement. Skinheads, racists,
> nazis, various militias, and now Microsoft haters. Geez...
How can you even COMPARE NAZIS and BY_YOURSELF_CREATED_TERM "Microsoft
haters"? Were you ever in a concetration camp or something similar?
I REQUEST your apology on behalf of decent people on this list.
And I wish I never read your unbelievably biased sociological
comparisons here (or elsewhere for that matter)
> I have a life, why should I hate a software or hardware company who is just
> trying to earn a profit for its shareholders. I mean how rational is
> behaviour like that?
> At 12:15 PM 11/9/97 -0500, Paul Ingels wrote:
> >Charles Kelly, NT*Pro wrote:
> >> There actually seem to be a lot of intelligent, otherwise well informed
> >> people on this list. If they were just a little less consumed with blinding
> >> hatred I think that they would be able to make more objective statements
> >> and decisions. It may well be that they would end up in the same place, but
> >> at least it would be less "hate-driven". This concerns me because most
> >> "hate-driven" groups that I know of in history have not been looked upon
> >> favorable in historical accounts.
> >Have you noticed that there are "Hate Microsoft" Web pages, News Groups,
> >Community Groups, E-Mail lists (much like this one is turning out -
> >unfortunetely),etc, etc, etc, but I have never seen a "Hate <anybody
> >else>" anything. This should tell people something.
> >Paul Ingels
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