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Comment: Re:Not Exactly.... (Score 1) 483 483

does the same, you pimply-faced fanboy.

Way to start with an ad-hominem.

That, my dear confused friend, was an insult, not an ad-hominem. Please inform yourself about the words you're using lest you risk looking like a compl -- oh wait, you already did that. Nevermind.

Comment: Re:Not Exactly.... (Score 1) 483 483

Let's see, slashdot-2 million-user-#-whatever named fisted initiates an acne debate. [some more gibbering giving away that you had serious acne problems in your youth]

Way to start with an ad-hominem.

You defend windows

No, I didn't. Please learn basic logic and practice reading comprehension.

[completely ridiculous and incoherent gibberish]

Yes, your age is showing indeed.

I run Mac, Windows, Linux, BSD.

Congratulations. I run just BSD, and Linux only when I get paid for it. I wonder what point you're trying to make here. If it was your goal to make yourself look like a complete idiot, I'd say you've reached it.

Have a nice evening, dear red-faced mouth-breathing AC

Comment: Re:What was the command? (Score 1) 153 153

Real sysadmins

a) think before executing potentially disastrous commands, and therefore tend to not need the rm -i crutch
b) automate the repetitive parts of their jobs, in which rm -i obviously does not make sense
c) don't experiment around on production servers
d) have arranged their systems so that accidentally removing stuff can be recovered from.

Thanks for playing, though

Comment: Re: Hate to be that guy, but Linux (Score 1) 516 516

old tired unix admins that grow weary of typing on the command line all day.

You'd think old unix admins would have figured out at some point that they can automate things, no?

(Hint: it's the very point of the CLI and there's no equivalent meschanism in the GUI paradigm.)

Murphy's Law, that brash proletarian restatement of Godel's Theorem. -- Thomas Pynchon, "Gravity's Rainbow"