The New Game - Tell monkeysoft To Shove It Up Their Code - Linux

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  1. The New Game - Tell monkeysoft To Shove It Up Their Code


    Yahoo, Dell, resellers, OEMs, corporations, single users, Countries,
    Government agencies, tuna fish, transmissions.

    Everyone is getting into the new fun game of telling ms to go screw
    itself.

    NO ONE is scared of ms anymore.

    Many don't even know what the heck it is.

    No one is even CAPITALIZING it's name anymore.

    Their weak dodo shills are logic devoid dead battery replicants,
    respected like rotting seaweed.

    What a laughingstock ms is fast becoming.

    Hey microsoft, screw U and F off and DIE!
    ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **

  2. Re: The New Game - Tell monkeysoft To Shove It Up Their Code

    ~flyer~@there.net~ wrote:


    Left side of fliar's mouth: "[wintrolls] are constantly negative, and cannot
    say anything good about anything."

    Right side of fliar's mouth:
    * "Hey microsoft, screw U and F off and DIE!"
    * "Bunch of weak, stolen, glued, crap garbage from a bunch of mediocre
    monkeys hiding their droppings in holes"
    * "Bunch of redmond donkeys."
    * "This along with the fat sweating ape Ballmer."
    * "green haired monkeys jumping around in trees at Redmond.."
    * "Anyone thinks a new Hitler will not arise, backed by the likes of gates
    and his scum layers, is not dealing with their own ignorance."


    LMAO at this wild-eyed, frothing, Windows-using freak.

    Why so angry, fliar? Linux disappointed? Too much trouble for you? It's
    much more difficult than the "just works" crowd promised, that's for sure.







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