Flamewar about a flamewar (was RE: Interesting Quote (pleasekill me))

Josh Coates jcoates at archive.org
Thu Aug 18 08:52:40 MDT 2005

i'm confused.  

i think anything i would say in a reply to this is already self-evident, so
i'll skip it.  (you know, the whole arguing, idiot, fool thing.)

so, i guess we're done here.

Josh Coates

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Subject: Re: Flamewar about a flamewar (was RE: Interesting Quote
(pleasekill me))

Josh Coates wrote:

> and two - how do you know anything about my particular religion?  or 
> are you just making assumptions about what religion i subscribe to?

I'm glad you caught the joke I was making about assumptions.  Good job.
 Oh, no you didn't.  I was being vague again!

> and three - dude - your freaking website is on the *public* web - it's 
> in your sig for pete's sake.  so don't go crying about how it's 
> private and only meant for your friends.  that's just plain bunk.

But why troll it into the list after you attacked tuxgirl (in a harsh way,
imho) and I'm just trying to peaceful?  Stop the hate! You obviously had no
good reason for attacking tuxgirl, sneered at a peaceful attempt to resolve
the situation, and went ad hominem.  Good job.  You're a great person.

> oh, and four - my posting format is just fine.  i do a bottom 
> post/trim as to leave the new mixed with the old relevant content at 
> the top, but i do lazily leave a the entire previous post at the bottom
for reference.  BFD.

That's why I have a threaded inbox.  You post relevant things you're
replying to, and if the reader wishes to read the whole post, they go back a
couple threads.  It's really easy.  I can hold a class on it, if need be.


Joshua Simpson -- dataw0lf.org
Lead Network Administrator/Engineer Aero-Graphics Inc.
jsimpson at aero-graphics.com
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