[CentOS] Why is yum not liked by some?
sir_funzone at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 16 12:52:15 UTC 2005
--- Feizhou <feizhou at graffiti.net> wrote:
> Mike McCarty wrote:
> > Feizhou wrote:
> >>> no! but when a subject has died and then
> >>> and died again and then comes back....dont you
> >>> it has been beat to death especially when the
> >>> stuff has been said all three times... that is
> what i
> >>> am saying... its like the nails on the chalk
> board, it
> >>> fine and funny the first time or maybe the
> second but
> >>> when it comes down to repeating it over and over
> >>> 10 to 20 hours straight, it get a little
> >>> Dont you think? hmmm!!!
> >> I didn't know the thread has died. Especially
> since one of the
> >> principal contributors, Les, is not finished yet.
> > He said that the *subject* has died, then
> nitpick...he aimed his shotgun at the *thread* and
> then he comes back
> and says subject?
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hmmm. i thought you can say subject=thread and
thread=subject where the two can walk hand and hand
down the street and basically mean the same. Unless
you are just trying to be nit picking to start another
flame war on the list. if that is your motive i am not
biting, sorry to burst your bubble!
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