[linux-elitists] Re: Resume document formats

Teh Entar-Nick nick@teh.entar.net
Fri Apr 20 08:06:55 PDT 2007

Joachim Bauernberger:
> On 4/20/07, Teh Entar-Nick <nick@teh.entar.net> wrote:
> >Joachim Bauernberger:
> >> >Pride-filled conservatives always try to spin their particular
> >> >decisions as "common sense".  
> >I did not mean 'conservative' in the narrow US political sense, but
> >in a more general sense.  I refer to people who are set in their ways
> >and feel proud to be part of the mainstream.
> If it makes them happy why not be mainstream? 

Sure, great!  I have no problem with that.  Never said I did.  

I'm set in my ways and proud to be a linux-elitist.  Remember: this list
was started with the charter that complaining that someone is being a
Linux Elitist is *off-topic*, and many of the messages in this thread
have already violated this in one way or another.

> Driving these thought further: Would you want to live in a world that
> outlaws/forbids closed source? Who would make the laws in such a
> world? And who would control the people in charge?

No, but I'd love to be in a world where proprietary software doesn't
have the force of the weapons of state behind its special privilege in

"virii" would be the plural of the mythical masculine          Nick Moffitt
noun "virius". The neuter plural of "virus" would be     nick@teh.entar.net
"vira" (as "opus" & "opera"), and "viri" is the plural
of the masculine "vir" (man). It really is "viruses"!

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