"There's a Mercedes gap too. I want one and can't afford one, but it's not government's job to do anything about it."
Michael Powell, Former FCC Chairman
It would seem after many years of posting to slahsdot I've been struck with a "bitchslap" and have thusly decided to retire, rather than fight against the humourless cretins who wielded their heavy handed justice on my account.
I am finding some people are not being nice on Slashdot. A lot of people are funny yes and I take joke but some people are sometime offensive. I do not racial stereotype so do not stereotype me!
If you as American were to come to People Republic Of China and say things about your country you would not be shout at as crazy American or as fake so why do I get shout at here?
I am considering inviting my brother or other member of staff on here but need to watch out first..
I am Fu Ling-Yu, Doctor in Chinese University. I advise on issues of technology to all of University. I am not English teacher, all my teaching is in Chinese, so my English is not too good. Please excuses.
I find Slashdot when recommendation by a student. Slashdot seem to cover important technical issues and questions and I think I can contributation point of view from People Republic of China angle.
Thank you for your times.
I've just returned yesterday after spending a month lounging in the South of France, sallying from one nude beach to the next whilst partaking in only the best French wines known to mankind. First, I want to say that the French women are Ohhhh Lala!! And secondly I want to say that the french food is Ohhh lala!! Sadly I've burned through my Q1 profits and need to get back to work, however I should have some time for slashdot until the next contract gets ironed out.
I thought it was accepted on slashdot that information wants to be free (free like not spending money for things you can find on the web or napster) but all the reviews I've been sharing have been moderated to minus 1.
How can I view this as anything but pure unadulteratd hypocrisy?
Parkinson's Law: Work expands to fill the time alloted it.