[OT] [SATLUG] chris taking a "list break"

Chris Lemire good_bye300 at yahoo.com
Sun May 25 09:54:46 CDT 2008

Look, there's no need to be rude. I asked that no one reply as I am taking a break from the list. If you believe I was rude or out of line, does that call for you to be that way in return. I never did name calling, and I received emails with the words "idiot, asshole, and more" which is getting way out of line. Anyways, spamassasin and procmail will take care of you from now on cause you can talk to /dev/null. I admitted my mistakes. I am not "Diseased." That's not what Asperger's Syndrome is. I'll go work on my vegetable and fruit garden which relaxes me, and have time for others like you and myself to cool down. People can't look at something with an open mind when they are very biased. Peace. Laters. Oh, 13 hour shift, yes, I understand that can be tough especially with a bad boss. I'll be talking to everyone later.

Brian <astro at astr0.org> wrote: Anyone who takes the time to write a "I'm taking time off because  
someone was mean to me" email is really looking for attention and will  
read each and every email sent in reply to the email they sent. Its  
just a fact.

If you are really taking time off, kudos to you! Though when I get  
Irritated I just stop posting for a while without warning.. That hives  
everyone a chance to cool off.

Good luck in your search for serenity, if you can't find it, I own the  
collectors edition on DVD.

Feel free to completely ignore me, I just got off a 13 hour shift  
after a long day. Please excuse me :)

Sent from my iPhone

On May 25, 2008, at 6:45, Chris Lemire  wrote:

> Hello, I'm going to take a break from the mailing list for a while,  
> so you guys feel free to chit chat. I just saw that no emails had  
> been sent, but I have zero tolerance for those emails of users  
> calling me asshole, jerk, etc., but I'll let those go if they stop  
> right now. I'm going to have to be more careful about speaking my  
> mind and freedom of speech. Don't reply to this cause I'm taking a  
> break from the mailing list, and I'm trying to make lifestyle  
> changes such as not hanging out round bad influences, choosing my  
> friends carefully. Thanks.
> Chris
> Robert Pearson  wrote: On Fri, May 23, 2008 at  
> 6:07 AM, Chris Lemire  wrote:
>> no comment. im let this one go, bad decision on my part to say  
>> anything against redhat or suse when there are a lot of users in  
>> this group using it.
> Since I am an old retired guy with a lot of time and little money I
> have been downloading and installing the Top 100 OS's from
> DistroWatch.com. To date I have installed over 50 desktop OS's on my
> four x86 machines. I have learned some very interesting things.
> I stopped using Fedora Core at FC 6.0. I am not a "bleeding edge"  
> user.
> SuSE 9.3 became my "stable" trailing edge choice. I stopped using
> openSUSE at 10.3. It is a resource pig on my old x86's.
> It is also rotting at the core. Ubuntu 7.10 had much better core
> features than openSUSE 10.x. Mostly due to its Debian heritage. Same
> for PCLinuxOS and Mandrake/Mandriva.
> I have stopped using Ubuntu at 8.04. I was really impressed with 7.10.
> No so with 8.04.
> There are no longer any "trailing edge" distros. Just different
> "leading edge" ones.
> Part of the reason for this is gamers. They are driving change.
> Bottom line.
> I don't disagree with the comments but there is no "rose garden" out  
> there.
> "You" are the glue.
> To use any Linux you must be willing to put in the time to adapt it to
> your needs. Any Linux.
> That is the beauty of Linux. You can make it what you need. That is
> what I loved about Unix.
> That ability to accommodate change and be easily adaptable was a Unix
> design goal.
> People who have been unwilling or unable to "roll their own" OS using
> Linux and clung to Microsoft as a "stable" OS are in for a rude
> awakening. Steve Ballmer is no Bill Gates. The wheels are coming off
> in Redmond.
> You can actually adapt Microsoft but it takes a whole lot more time to
> acquire the knowledge and money.
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