[CentOS] Why is yum not liked by some?
Bryan J. Smith
b.j.smith at ieee.org
Wed Sep 14 15:58:08 UTC 2005
> if i was going to be a dick head and go after you for
> posting on here i would.....and you would know it
> too...because i would mention your name.....so get the
> f%^$ off your high horse and everyone is not after
> you.....i think it is time for you to take your pysch
> meds again your getting a little paranoid again!!!!!
I would just once like someone _else_ to be quoted.
The coincidence between the first complaint and my
self-removal of the thread ... then several days later, I
respond again and another complaint is made, is just getting
I'm not the only person in these threads.
But it appears for whatever "consistency" -- my verbage, my
technical detail, my offering of solutions, my requests that
people actually have first-hand experience before pondering
(and refusing to see things another way from those that do),
etc..., etc..., etc... -- I'm _always_ the one quoted (if not
That's what drives "paranoia."
I _never_ said people are "out to get me." I just said it
would be nice if people just didn't always pick my posts,
quote me, etc... That's all. Sounds like _other_ people
read too much into things than myself. They believe what
_they_ want to believe about my posts.
Which is my #1 pet-peeve, hypocrisy.
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