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http://encyclopediadramatica.se/Lunix

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are you guys running? 	�
  �Welcome to Lunix!

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I always eagerly wait for the new Lunix kernel. When I think of what 
compilation commands to use I get a huge boner and I often masturbate 
during the compilation. Some time ago I bought a new computer that 
compiles the kernel so fast I don't have time to cum. So I compile it twice.
   	�


�Typical Lunix user. Hope he runs make clean!


"linux.exe, pronounced Ginoo Slash Linnucks, is a common computer virus 
that affects users in such a way that it turns them into complete 
faggots. After stealing the UNIX core from Apple, Linus Torvalds, via 
his system administrator god-complex, aptly named the program "Linux" 
after himself.

  More commonly known as Lunix ("the Loser's UNIX"), it is the 
poor-man's version of the monolithic UNIX system; also, it is the most 
powerful contraceptives evar, in the universe, anywhere. The moar one 
learns about Lunix, the moar powerful its Template:Exlink become. It is 
recommended that you try Lunix, since everyone knows your gonads are 
made of fail. In other words, Lunix is a computerized sex-surrogate for 
asspies.

It is an operating system that was the result of really crappy 
reverse-engineering efforts to create a free version of UNIX. Linus 
Torvalds and Alan Cox are the perpetrators behind this travesty. Tons of 
people use it, especially hippies, and no one really likes it except the 
terminally uncool. Most of them use it in violation of SCO's 
intellectual property rights. To use Lunix legally, one must pay a $699 
license fee to SCO for each processor that runs the Lunix kernel. In 
short, Lunix was a great idea with an awful outcome.

Lunix, like the Macintosh, attracts legions of fanboys. These 
penguinistas form communities that are irresistible to trolls. Though 
especially rabid on defense, penguinistas can rarely give it as good as 
they take it.


  Lunix trolls, in the guise of advocacy, often go to other communities 
to evangelize about Lunix on the slimmest pretense. Unlike most drama, 
the flame wars between OS advocates aren't entertaining. Neither is 
Lunix' rampant balkanization by butthurt programmers with an axe to grind.


Lunix is the Communist or anarchist version of Microsoft. Leftards love 
it and Rightards love to laugh when they see the lumpenprogrammeriat 
trying too hard.
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After swilling some grog, Dead Clippy belched this bit o' wisdom:

> <obvious trolling snipped>

I'll bet he used the real Clippy in Microsoft Word to generate this
troll.

   "I see you are trolling COLA.  Very good!  Let me help you
   to compose this troll."

-- 
   http://blog.studentexperts.com/photos/medium/4640.PNG
    
Clippy: "Sometime I watch you sleep"
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ahlstromc8504 (8208)
5/28/2012 3:17:20 PM
On Mon, 28 May 2012 11:17:20 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:

>Not much.

Has Chris Ahlstrom finally snapped and gone off the rails?
He seems more useless than ever.
Nothing but 1337 remarks, sucking up to losers like Geoff Fitton =
William Poaster and just about anyone who will listen to his own
pathetic brand of drivel.

Poor Chris Ahlstrom.

How can we help?
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frankfoster50 (6788)
5/28/2012 3:19:54 PM
Here is a facsimile from Chris Ahlstrom who, on 28/5/2012 16:17, wrote:

> After swilling some grog, Dead Clippy belched this bit o' wisdom:
>
>> <obvious trolling snipped>
>
> I'll bet he used the real Clippy in Microsoft Word to generate this
> troll.
>
>    "I see you are trolling COLA.  Very good!  Let me help you
>    to compose this troll."

References: <read.cnntp.org>

*yawn*

-- 
As a computer, I find your faith in M$ technology amusing.

"The philosophy behind Free, Open Source Software has parallels in several
cultures which practice *ethical* co-operation. Perhaps that's why it
threatens *unethical* business practices which feed on the unknowing."
-- Bassam A. Hassan -- CoFounder of the ILUG.

The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't
suck is probably the day they start making 
vacuum cleaners" - Ernst Jan Plugge 

MicroSoft's original corporate home was very interesting.
The Sundowner Motel in Albuquerque. The Sundowner was a seedy 
little Motel that was widely used by drug dealers and Hookers 
for their business. Microsoft was born in a Crack Whore House! 
Doesn't that explain their Business ethics?

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wp2061 (3218)
5/28/2012 3:23:57 PM
On Mon, 28 May 2012 16:23:57 +0100, William Poaster wrote:


> References: <read.cnntp.org>
> 
> *yawn*

How's Mara these days, Geoff?
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frankfoster50 (6788)
5/28/2012 3:26:49 PM
On 5/28/2012 11:23 AM, William Poaster wrote:
> Here is a facsimile from Chris Ahlstrom who, on 28/5/2012 16:17, wrote:
>
>> After swilling some grog, Dead Clippy belched this bit o' wisdom:
>>
>>> <obvious trolling snipped>
>>
>> I'll bet he used the real Clippy in Microsoft Word to generate this
>> troll.
>>
>>     "I see you are trolling COLA.  Very good!  Let me help you
>>     to compose this troll."
>
> References:<read.cnntp.org>
>
> *yawn*
>

He has his nose up the usual characters behind as usual. <yawn>

It's the same old same old around here.
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5/28/2012 3:32:39 PM
On Mon, 28 May 2012 11:32:39 -0400, Big Steel wrote:

> On 5/28/2012 11:23 AM, William Poaster wrote:
>> Here is a facsimile from Chris Ahlstrom who, on 28/5/2012 16:17, wrote:
>>
>>> After swilling some grog, Dead Clippy belched this bit o' wisdom:
>>>
>>>> <obvious trolling snipped>
>>>
>>> I'll bet he used the real Clippy in Microsoft Word to generate this
>>> troll.
>>>
>>>     "I see you are trolling COLA.  Very good!  Let me help you
>>>     to compose this troll."
>>
>> References:<read.cnntp.org>
>>
>> *yawn*
>>
> 
> He has his nose up the usual characters behind as usual. <yawn>
> 
> It's the same old same old around here.

That's because the Linturds have nothing else to say.

Advocating Linux is darn near impossible because once you get past
Linux being free and having the source code, neither of which
appeals to most people, what else is there?

People dislike Linux, some actually hate it.
Trying to advocate Linux is a losing battle which is why the
Linturds are so hostile and angry most of the time.
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frankfoster50 (6788)
5/28/2012 3:38:38 PM
On Mon, 28 May 2012 11:17:20 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:

> After swilling some grog, Dead Clippy belched this bit o' wisdom:
> 
>> <obvious trolling snipped>
> 
> I'll bet he used the real Clippy in Microsoft Word to generate this
> troll.
> 
>    "I see you are trolling COLA.  Very good!  Let me help you to compose
>    this troll."

Do you also say "goodbye" to the garbage when you wheel it to the curve?

-- 
RonB
Registered Linux User #498581 
CentOS 5.8 or VectorLinux Deluxe 6.0
or Linux Mint 10
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ronb02noSPAM (7426)
5/29/2012 2:05:03 AM
After swilling some grog, RonB belched this bit o' wisdom:

> On Mon, 28 May 2012 11:17:20 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
>
>> After swilling some grog, Dead Clippy belched this bit o' wisdom:
>> 
>>> <obvious trolling snipped>
>> 
>> I'll bet he used the real Clippy in Microsoft Word to generate this
>> troll.
>> 
>>    "I see you are trolling COLA.  Very good!  Let me help you to compose
>>    this troll."
>
> Do you also say "goodbye" to the garbage when you wheel it to the curve?

"Curb".

What can I say?  I like saying "buh bye".

-- 
The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence that it is not
utterly absurd; indeed, in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind,
a widespread belief is more often likely to be foolish than sensible.
		-- Bertrand Russell, in "Marriage and Morals", 1929
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ahlstromc8504 (8208)
5/29/2012 10:04:08 AM
On May 28, 11:23=A0am, William Poaster <w...@induh-vidual.net> wrote:
> ...
> The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't
> suck is probably the day they start making
> vacuum cleaners" - Ernst Jan Plugge

Plagiarized adaptation of a much older Lucas Electronics joke.

What next?  Claim that Brits drink warm beer because MS makes
refrigerators?  That's a "Lucas" too....

-hh
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5/29/2012 10:14:39 AM
On Tue, 29 May 2012 02:05:03 +0000 (UTC), RonB wrote:

> On Mon, 28 May 2012 11:17:20 -0400, Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
> 
>> After swilling some grog, Dead Clippy belched this bit o' wisdom:
>> 
>>> <obvious trolling snipped>
>> 
>> I'll bet he used the real Clippy in Microsoft Word to generate this
>> troll.
>> 
>>    "I see you are trolling COLA.  Very good!  Let me help you to compose
>>    this troll."
> 
> Do you also say "goodbye" to the garbage when you wheel it to the curve?

Actually I laugh/

Every time I toss another Linux distribution CD into the trash I
laugh and quietly think to myself how much Linux sucks.

The landfills must be chock full of Linux CDs.
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frankfoster50 (6788)
5/29/2012 12:26:01 PM
On Tue, 29 May 2012 03:14:39 -0700 (PDT), -hh wrote:

> On May 28, 11:23�am, William Poaster <w...@induh-vidual.net> wrote:
>> ...
>> The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't
>> suck is probably the day they start making
>> vacuum cleaners" - Ernst Jan Plugge
> 
> Plagiarized adaptation of a much older Lucas Electronics joke.
> 
> What next?  Claim that Brits drink warm beer because MS makes
> refrigerators?  That's a "Lucas" too....
> 
> -hh

Linux "advocates" love to beg, borrow and steal. They rarely come up
with an original thought.
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frankfoster50 (6788)
5/29/2012 12:26:36 PM
Dead Clippy wrote:

>   (snipped, unread)

*plonk*

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chrisv (22840)
5/29/2012 12:32:00 PM
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