Re: Deplorable Taste Was (Re: Standards Compliance and msn )

you are so full of crap it is unbelievable.
Don't bother to reply because you are now on my delete list.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan Roland Eriksson" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, October 27, 2001 10:00 AM
Subject: Re: Deplorable Taste Was (Re: Standards Compliance and msn )

> On Fri, 26 Oct 2001 17:34:08 -0400, you wrote:
> ><Plessky>
> >Microsoft is acting here in the same way as terrorists on Sept.11 in WTC.
> > Terrorists got their war. Microsoft will get it as well.
> ></Plessky>
> >
> >Mr. Plessky,
> >
> >You should be ashamed of yourself for even suggesting such a thing. This
> >statement is of the worst taste I've ever seen on the Internet, and I'm
> >including all those pornographic sites.
> >I think you owe an appology both to the list and to Chris Wilson and to
> >Tantek
> Judging from what you quoted. Mr. Plessky does not mention any other
> name but Microsoft. I'm pretty sure that even MS will be a target for
> the same "forces" that has made other "towers of Babel" fall down in
> previous history. The future will tell.
> Names of employees in companies are not of interest, the final result
> that comes out of a company is OTOH. And here it has been shown that
> MS and MSN has a really serious communication problem to deal with.
> Some named people participates, in various ways, in the production of
> that "result", judge those for exactly what they are doing for the
> company, nothing else Ok?
> Finally: A question of order.
> We are _all_ subscribed to this list, right?
> Then _learn_how_to_post_ to a mailing list.
> Do NOT CC every damned input to people all around, send your input
> _to_ the list and set your "Reply-To" header to point to the list too.
> And adopt some proper way of quoting previous material, as well as
> snipping out what we don't want to comment.
> This header line is so very revealing about plain amateurs...
>   X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4522.1200
> ...naturally it means that whatever gets posted using that piece of
> crap has a full quote of all previous messages hanging straight down
> below the actual input.
> Shape up please.
> --
> Rex .. Moronization: a form of acculturation where people are encouraged
>        to anoint themselves with the supposed benefits of a technology
>        without understanding the engineering (or lack thereof.)

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