Children strike back!
Yes, sir! I am a children and that's why I NEVER told anyone that he is an idiot EVEN when someone was, like you labeled me... Originally posted by azosx I'm fairly sure the only people who would use a $ for the letter s and change acronyms like XP into words like "Xtra Pain" are children. It's pointless to feed into such a person's insecurities about their hardware and software, let alone themselves. To think and behave with the mentality of a 12 year old is no way to get your point across.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but there's no reason they shouldn't beable to express themselves without being rude and obnoxious.
I have 2 PCs, 2 Macs, a Sun SPARC, a NeXT Cube and a Tadpole. If I had to pick just one to use for the rest of my life, I'd rather not have a computer. Anyone naive enough to believe one platform is better geared than any other at everything is an idiot.
You see, children do not use bad words because mammy tells them so... Don't you have a mammy or she never cared for your behavior? Regardless your answer I have 3 PCs, 1 Mac, 1 Amiga and MANY other machines that I was lucky to get rid of them unlike you! As for sticking with one platform only that's an easy one: Get a Mac and then YOU will get a life... Because only a Mac is enough even for Musicians, Programmers, Internet users, Movie makers, etc-etc, but hey: What do they know, huh? You know better than they do, don't you?
Finally, I bet that most PC users tend to use other machines too: Amd boxes, Intel boxes, VIA boxes, etc. but when it comes to even talk for a Mac or a Sun or anything non-Intel/Amd inside, they stand tall and mighty about their boxes as the Anihil-something guy and reject the Mac at once... So don't talk about being able to express "themselves without being rude and obnoxious" to me, right?
I find your lack of faith... Disturbing!
Windows is a 32-bit extension to a 16-bit graphical shell for an 8-bit operating system originally coded for a 4-bit microprocessor by a 2-bit company that can't stand 1 bit of competition
...not the sharpest knife in the drawer...