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This is a discussion on U.K. standards body taken to court by group of Unix users over OOXML - Linux ; Hadron wrote: > Googling up what a Hadron is does not make you shine like a sun you > know. > Googling? The only hadron who's density was in question was yours. MORON. -- | |What to do if you ...

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  1. Re: U.K. standards body taken to court by group of Unix users over OOXML

    Hadron wrote:
    > Googling up what a Hadron is does not make you shine like a sun you
    > know.
    >


    Googling? The only hadron who's density was in question was yours.
    MORON.
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  2. Re: U.K. standards body taken to court by group of Unix users over OOXML

    Andrew Halliwell writes:

    > Hadron wrote:
    >> Googling up what a Hadron is does not make you shine like a sun you
    >> know.
    >>

    >
    > Googling? The only hadron who's density was in question was yours.
    > MORON.


    It was? Actually it wasn't. You made a statement. You did not pose a
    question. Do you ever get *anything* right?

    And BTW it's "confirmed" not "conformed".

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    aren't all taken in with the MS hype.
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  3. Re: U.K. standards body taken to court by group of Unix users overOOXML

    On May 3, 8:56 pm, Hadron wrote:

    > And BTW it's "confirmed" not "conformed".



    int it amayzin hou kwikli a debait on yewsnett devolvs intu a raot on
    spelin or gramatikul erarz.

    - or (in case you felt the downdraft of that one) -

    Isn't it amazing, how quickly a debate on Usenet devolves into a rout
    on spelling or grammatical errors?


    Is this one called, then? Game, set and match? Or is it to be dildos
    at dawn? Handbags at forty paces?

    Don't worry, it'll all get posted to Youtube when the blood's dried
    enough to handle the camera...

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