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Just when I thought it was safe to read hangout again.
Ronny Abraham wrote:
> Guys, I sent the line in as a joke, a lark, a laugh. The idea was to
> provoke the members of the list into submitting other funny things
> they've seen.
> "Emacs is a great operating system, the only thing it lacks is a good editor"
> You know, that kind of thing. Humor? Funny? Hahah?
> Come on, I know you have it in you.
> On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 9:10 PM, Ruben Safir wrote:
>> Ron Guerin wrote:
>>> Ronny Abraham wrote:
>>>> Saw this on a website.
>>>> "When Bill Gates and Steve Jobs made that deal to save Apple at one
>>>> point, Steve said "Just because Apple should win doesn't mean
>>>> Microsoft has to loose". I've realized since then where i come down on
>>>> it - Just because Microsoft should fail doesn't mean Apple deserves to
>>> This deal was motivated by Gates' need to demonstrate a viable
>>> competitor in his antitrust suit, and Jobs' need for revenge against a
>>> board that gave him his walking papers.
>>> Noble chaps, them.
>>> - Ron
>> Which while all is noteworthy, it is definitely one step of logic more than
>> necessary. All one needs to know is that both are proprietary slaveware
>> venders and the sooner but their companies are dead, the better off the
>> world will be.