[CentOS] Why is yum not liked by some?
me at prestoncrawford.com
Wed Sep 14 16:21:54 UTC 2005
On Wed, 2005-09-14 at 09:12 -0700, Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> Preston Crawford <me at prestoncrawford.com> wrote:
> > And if someone else continually ruins this list by being
> > pompous, I'm sure they will be quoted.
> Thanx, you just reminded me that hypocrisy is alive and well
> on this list.
Do you know the definition of the word hypocrisy? If so please explain
how I was being hypocritical to point out that there really isn't anyone
else who continually does what you do?
> > These self-removals don't last long.
> Okay, I'll make it permanent.
Martyr. Are we supposed to beg you to come back now? Or is this your
attempt at trying to align the forces of the list against myself or
> > No. Being paranoid drives paranoia. Thus the reference to
> > seeking help from a psychiatrist or listening to him/her
> > if you're already seeking help.
> It's nice to know that select people here are as objective in
> their own minds as a psychiatrist. Again, the hypocrisy
> never ends.
Once again, do you know the definition of that word. How is it hypocrisy
to point out that it appears you are actually just paranoid and that you
can't blame this on other people rationally?
I'm not even sure what the line about "It's nice to know that select
people here are as objective in their own minds as a psychiatrist"
means, to be honest. I was just joking that your continued paranoia does
make one wonder.
> > Ummm.... Huh?
> Yes, I thought so.
> My apologies to the silent majority, but I will not bother
> anyone here anymore.
There is another path other than martyrdom. You could just stop being
paranoid. But even in silence you're trying to stir things up here.
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