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dahat dahat inanity makes my head hurt
  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Ooo, speaking of the old SiteSpaces ripping off MySpace and Beer’s insistence that everything was created from scratch... Remember the old worm that hit MySpace? A while back I found this article about it.

    Scroll down half way into the comments to this gem:

    beerco wrote:

    By beerco edited Oct 14, 2005 - 9:35 PM
    This vunerability was reported and patched on beerco's sitespaces.net

    If anybody finds that it hasn't been sufficiently patched, please contact "tux" the linux penguin on the site and file a bug report.

    I always thought it funny that he not only copied the look and feel of MySpace... but also one of it’s bugs... that takes work!

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Beer28 wrote:
    You don't seem to understand what I'm talking about.

    You must not being clear enough then... of course, it is hard to see through the web of lies you add on to on an ongoing basis.

  • New Years Resolution?

    1. Finish MCSD (2 more tests)
    2. Not write any more unmanaged code (will be broken on Tuesday when I go back to work)
    3. Not respond to Beer’s constant trolling

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Beer28 wrote:
    BTW: If any of you have shares in microsoft, you may be able to demand that they open their books to you and provide printed copies of all *financial documents. So there's one to grow on. It may be a fun exercise to pry into them if you have a few shares instead arguing about nothing with me here.
    No need. Microsoft is making money for its shareholders... can yours say the same?

    Other than the “We love our son living at home with us” residual benefits your parents get of course.

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Beer28 wrote:
    I can give you our business ID's if you want to go ahead and check.

    You keep saying you can... why not get it over with and just post them?

    Beer28 wrote:

    Otherwise somebody could buy out Microsoft tomorrow in a hostile take over.

    According to Yahoo Finance, MSFT has a Market Capital of ~279 billion (yes, with a b)... off the top of my head I really can't think of any companies that would be capable alone of a successful hostile takeover of Microsoft... your company on the other hand... if anyone was selling could probably be taken over with the singles I've got in my wallet.

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    JohnAskew wrote:
    Some folks just thrive on hate, Beer28, whether they are aware of it or not.
    As does Beer, we better not remind him of that otherwise he might make it official and start screaming 'Linux Power! Linux Power!'

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Beer28 wrote:
    jaylittle wrote:
    Nobody said that you weren't legal - we are questioning your legitimacy. 

    Karim did, and he should put some money behind it.

    Maybe I’m just blind... but I cannot find anywhere in this thread where he said such a thing... care to enlighten the group?

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Beer28 wrote:
    There is no "next business"

    I didn't say next business, I said next name. Please, if you are going to poke holes in arguments made against you... at least be accurate in your reading!

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Beer28 wrote:
    You're gonna call the company imaginary, put your money where your mouth or keyboard is. Back it up.

    With out knowing it... I think you've come up with a great company name... maybe crash`should steal it for the company name he is searching for.

    ImaginarySoftware.com ... no... taken.
    ImaginarySolutions.com... Available.
    ImaginaryTechnology.com... taken.

    On second thought... maybe you should use such a name for yourself when you change your companies name next time... something similar to your products... shame that ImaginaryProducts.com and ImaginaryCompany.com are both taken.

  • Desktop Linux versus Windows XP shootout

    Beer28 wrote:
    Now, with that out of the way, you made some pretty serious accusations, accusing me of running an illegal company or non registered corporation. That's a very serious allegation.

    As I read it, he’s not accusing you of running a company illegally, he’s accusing you of touting your company as some grand venture when in fact from all available information it is just a bunch of paper and assertions from you... nothing more.

    For a class back in my undergrad days, I spent a few bucks to found my own company under which I turned in a rather weighty assignment to have fun with the teacher.

    Filing paperwork for the formation of a company is worthless... doing something with the company is quite another... and as of today’s date... you seem to have done as much with your corporation as I did with mine. Of course, the difference is that I started mine with the intent of not doing anything more than using the name... you founded yours it seems with the intent of making money with it... but instead as a piece of entertainment for many of us here when it crash and burns... or at least loads horribly slow.