Re: Torvalds Was Wrong (was: Re: Problem with vim) - Setup

This is a discussion on Re: Torvalds Was Wrong (was: Re: Problem with vim) - Setup ; Tom Newton wrote: > ...Microsoft is destroying Linux. By surreptitiously financing* KDE > and Gnome, which are Windows-clone user interfaces, and slowly turning > Linux into just another version of Windows. > > By making Linux accessible to ignorant appliance ...

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  1. Re: Torvalds Was Wrong (was: Re: Problem with vim)

    Tom Newton wrote:

    > ...Microsoft is destroying Linux. By surreptitiously financing* KDE
    > and Gnome, which are Windows-clone user interfaces, and slowly turning
    > Linux into just another version of Windows.
    >
    > By making Linux accessible to ignorant appliance operators.


    Tom had earlier written:

    > Of course they will. And they'll have powerful sorcerers casting
    > spells on you from nearby dens, and alien allies in invisible
    > craft hovering silently overhead beaming mind-control rays into
    > your brains.


    Does Tom think before the fantasies take hold, or is he really that
    detached from reality?

    --
    John
    "Who is John Galt"
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  2. Re: Torvalds Was Wrong (was: Re: Problem with vim)

    John (john@deism.org) writes:
    > Tom Newton wrote:
    >
    >> ...Microsoft is destroying Linux. By surreptitiously financing* KDE
    >> and Gnome, which are Windows-clone user interfaces, and slowly turning
    >> Linux into just another version of Windows.
    >>
    >> By making Linux accessible to ignorant appliance operators.

    >
    > Tom had earlier written:
    >
    >> Of course they will. And they'll have powerful sorcerers casting
    >> spells on you from nearby dens, and alien allies in invisible
    >> craft hovering silently overhead beaming mind-control rays into
    >> your brains.

    >
    > Does Tom think before the fantasies take hold, or is he really that
    > detached from reality?
    >

    He was probably reading too much L. Ron Hubbard.

    Michael


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