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Re: [!NEWS] The GNUtards Must Be Crazy

From: Rjack
Subject: Re: [!NEWS] The GNUtards Must Be Crazy
Date: Sun, 15 Mar 2009 10:07:42 -0400
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David Kastrup wrote:
Rjack <> writes:

Alexander Terekhov wrote:
David Kastrup wrote:

[... about me ...]

He is serious about being an idiot.
Said GNUtian "Huh? You can't be held to a contract you did not sign" dak.

Seldom have truer words been spoken:

"When have you EVER seen a truly innovative piece of GPL software? Everything in GPL is a bad copy of some other software that was developed under a commercial license or a true open source license like BSD."

Our local trolls get debile.

Yeah... GNUtians all have balls the size of grapefruit and the
brains the size of friggin' peanuts.

They jump to premature confusions, not staying with one
non-sequitur until having milked the bull for what it's worth.

So what are the non-GPL superior equivalents and precursors in innovation to:

<URL:> <URL:> <URL:>

The above mentioned programs are all knock-offs of stolen ideas
and projects of other folks:

"Emacs development began at the MIT AI Lab during the 1970s..."

"LaTeX is based on Donald E. Knuth's TeX typesetting language or
certain extensions. LaTeX was first developed in 1985 by Leslie

"gcc is just another C compiler, and not a very good one. The Intel
compilers compile significantly faster and produce faster and more
memory-efficient code from the same source. I'm sure Borland's
compilers are still faster and more efficient than gcc, too. There
used to be many others, but the widespread availability of a shitty
but "free" gcc has poisoned the market."

Rjack :)

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