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New thats easy, my balls are big and they clang when I walk
if he wants to share, fine. If not leave him alone. Discern his abilities by his responses.
According to your methodology Peter is a wanker and shouldnt be allowed to opine on OS's:-)
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New Oh puhleeze
He didn't respond to anything I wrote. He tossed off some
fuzzy claims of professional responsibility and told me
I was ranting.

Due to the multiple other responses I got, I'm very confident
I was NOT ranting.

So, the only way this discussion can continue (at least from my
perspective) is to learn a bit about my audience. I'm not here
to preach, ignoring who is reading it, tossing crap off to the
internet. I'm here to have a discussion, which means I need to
address the concerns of the individual I'm communicating with.

I layed the ground work, described my understanding of where
I THINK he MIGHT be coming from (but do not know), and asked for

I will NOT attempt to "Discern his abilities". That's a crock.
I'm not observing him at work. He could be a 17 year old kid
in mama's basement,or he could be a lead admin in a fortune
500. Until he tells me, I have no clue. And even then, I
only have a clue since he could be bullshitting. But he's been
around long enough with enough historical posts that we could
probably dissect the bullshit, so I'd give him the benefit of
believing him to start off with.

And your balls ain't that big. Bigger than mine, sure, but
New IreadLRPD (new thread)
Created as new thread #278604 titled [link|/forums/render/content/show?contentid=278604|IreadLRPD]

"Chicago to my mind was the only place to be. ... I above all liked the city because it was filled with people all a-bustle, and the clatter of hooves and carriages, and with delivery wagons and drays and peddlers and the boom and clank of freight trains. And when those black clouds came sailing in from the west, pouring thunderstorms upon us so that you couldn't hear the cries or curses of humankind, I liked that best of all. Chicago could stand up to the worst God had to offer. I understood why it was built--a place for trade, of course, with railroads and ships and so on, but mostly to give all of us a magnitude of defiance that is not provided by one house on the plains. And the plains is where those storms come from." -- E.L. Doctorow

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     Lots - (crazy) - (20)
         WOW, just ... UMM, WOW! - (folkert)
         I have seen multiple examples of this - (boxley)
         +5, Informative. - (static)
         Re: Lots - (andread) - (16)
             Please explain a bit more - (crazy) - (15)
                 thats easy, my balls are big and they clang when I walk - (boxley) - (2)
                     Oh puhleeze - (crazy) - (1)
                         IreadLRPD (new thread) - (lincoln)
                 This has ______ to do with your opinion - (andread) - (11)
                     I wanted to see if I could understand your point of view - (crazy) - (10)
                         the "crazy" "rant" - (andread) - (9)
                             Thank you. - (crazy) - (8)
                                 Re: Thank you. - (andread) - (7)
                                     Microsoft cntinues the Monopolistic actions - (folkert) - (1)
                                         Re: Microsoft continues the Monopolistic actions - (andread)
                                     Interesting - (crazy) - (4)
                                         Re: Interesting - (andread) - (3)
                                             To you, yes -NT - (crazy) - (2)
                                                 No, in general - (andread) - (1)
                                                     Ahh, but you put up a wall - (crazy)

It didn’t ruin my childhood, but it did aggressively strip-mine several shallow deposits of nostalgia.
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