[CentOS] On-Boot Scripts
John R. Dennison
jrd at gerdesas.com
Sat Nov 14 18:38:45 UTC 2009
On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 09:18:31AM -0400, Victor Subervi wrote:
> Man, Scott, you've hit it on the head! Gotta be honest. My name isn't
> "Victor Subervi". I've changed names on these lists so many times just to
> escape all the *#*%)+_& people throw at me, and I'll be changing names again
> after this post. What you all gonna do about it? Grow up! Treat people as
> you would like to be treated. Bye!
So, let me get this straight, please correct me if I'm wrong.
You are entirely too lazy to do a single iota of work or exert
even the smallest amount of effort on your own part to do a bare
minimum of research, but instead run to the list expecting those
of us that *can* assist you (please note the use of *can*, no one
on any CentOS list is obligated to help you or anyone else) to
effectively do your job for you? Because you're lazy and have
an entitlement issue where you feel you are owed something?
You blame your outright laziness on not having done anything of
this nature in years?
And when called on your lack of effort, laziness and entitlement
issues you get pissy and spew such inanities as "What you all gonna
do about it?"?
Have I got this right?
It's rare that I flame on lists, and really I do apologize to
the rest of you, but "Victor whateverMyNameIsLOL" can you please
do us all a favor and find another occupation? It's pretty
evident you aren't cut out for anything remotely related to the
various IT fields. How about something that takes no effort,
motivation, drive, skill or knowledge? How about Q-Tip Tester?
Or perhaps #2 Pencil Examiner? Anything not in a field that is
likely to cross paths with myself or others here in the future
would be ideal.
In other words, how about you just go away and stay away and
don't let the door hit you on the backside on the way out.
Most people hate the idea of evolution because they realize that if it were
working properly, they'd be dead.
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