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Re: [suse-linux-uk-schools] software in schools/piracy
- From: "adrian.wells" <adrian.wells@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 15:21:30 +0000 (UTC)
- Message-id: <200107171618.SM00243@stn050>
> > Anyone heard back from their MP yet?
> Why? Haven't you?
You obviously have, what was the outcome?
> >How long do you think we should wait
> > for a reply before harassing them further?
> In your case forever.
Your not keeping up, we managed to get rid of the conservative MP! that's
not to say the new incumbent won't be a liar and incompetent to boot.
> > It's a joy to see so many barrack-room lawyers in action :-) It passes
> > time as I lurk between changing CDs!
> Then you must be under-employed. Try getting a proper job.
> > Child-maiming?
> > Isn't it about time that parents started to teach their children that
> > road is for cars and the pavement for pedestrians? Getting hair out of
> > Volvo badge is a real pain! (So was it obvious that I was an
> > Volvo - or is it Ford - driver?) Ha well, at least you'd never catch me
> > pulling a caravan!
> But we will find you trolling quite a lot, I suspect.
Not sure that the following applies to me, although it does look like fun
"The object of recreational trolling is to sit back and laugh at all those
gullible idiots that will believe *anything*. "
I don't wish to get personal (or wishing to be a troll) but since you
raised the question, where does that put you Ian :-) ?
It does seem rather nonsensical preaching to the converted. I have written
to my MP, I do badger people, but slagging things off doesn't get the job
done or raise the level of debate. We all have different opinions but
consider my comments and then look back through the thread. Who else has
offered physical help to move things along?
You really do live and learn (then die and forget it all)! I'd never heard
of trolling before (in this context) and thought it really amusing to find
a site devoted to it :-)
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