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Linux Hater is an Excuse Lover

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Oh good. Linux Hater has replied to my challenge to stop being anonymous and debate me. And, look at that, it is a numbered list of excuses why he isn’t going to man up.

Because it sounds like fun, I’m going to quote his entire post and reply to each item inline…

“I feel like I’ve given this Lunduke fellow too much credit.”

A classic mistake. Land-war in China. Etc. Etc.

“A challenge? really?”

Yep.

“Let me point out a few things:”

Ok. Ready. Fire away.

“1. You take yourself waaay too seriously. Imagine what a twat I’d look like if I went after every other person that talked shit about my blog. And just so you know, I don’t fucking follow your blog OK? Some reader sent me the link to your video. He probably felt sorry for you.”

Allow me to respond to this single list item with a few thoughts:

rest here




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