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Old 02-11-2006, 08:28 PM   #16
alienDog
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I understand people assuming "who cares" attitude on threats to move to Windows quite well. We are all here on volunteer basis and none of us get paid for answering the questions here. It's just fellow users helping each others out in a true free software style, and there is no service provider/customer relationship here. You certainly get help here if you ask nicely, but you should also remember that absolutely nobody here has any _obligation_ to help you.

Coming here and starting to arrogantly make demands is a like walking to your neighbours house and loudly demanding them to share their meal with you. Threatening even, that if you do not get a plate in front of you immediately, you will instantly leave the house. That does make you look a bit silly, doesn't it?

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"please do care if someone says he is going back to WINDOWS .."
I agree with you, we should care, but we should only care for users who value the community and what it does. The rest can use abacus if they please for all I care.

Last edited by alienDog; 02-11-2006 at 08:45 PM.
 
Old 02-11-2006, 09:24 PM   #17
Franklin
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JcN Yu have my sympathy and I really wonder why all these guys went banans when yu said yu are going back to windows
When you've read these forums for 4 years you'll understand why.

By the way, is your o broken?
 
Old 02-11-2006, 09:39 PM   #18
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When you've read these forums for 4 years you'll understand why.

By the way, is your o broken?
i doubt its broken cause if you look the only word missing the o is you he has wonder in there and it has the o and he has other words with the o he is just obviously a person who types yu instead of you
 
Old 02-11-2006, 10:12 PM   #19
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i doubt its broken cause if you look the only word missing the o is you he has wonder in there and it has the o and he has other words with the o he is just obviously a person who types yu instead of you
Yes, I believe you are correct - though it might be an intermittent problem.

You, on the other hand, clearly have a problem with punctuation and the shift key.
 
  


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