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Re: Cygintl-3.dll was not found

On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 09:24:02PM +0100, Dave Korn wrote:
>On 10 August 2006 20:53, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 10:13:26AM -0500, mwoehlke wrote:
>>> Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>>> So what kind of response would you expect to my mail?  More "thin
>>>> intelligence", "foolish" responses?
>>> Are you asking if I thought your response was reasonable and
>>> non-inflammatory (yes; it helped /me/ step back and start thinking again
>>> :-)), or if I think infoterror is a troll? Or do I just not understand
>>> the question?
>> I was just wondering if we'd get more of the same.  Just an idle question.
>> cgf
>  Must have been the recent mentions of meow[*] that brought him in.
>  He's not really got with the program, though, has he?
>"  Infoterror is the art of persuading others to see your point, online,
>without limiting yourself to polite discourse? Why? Most people do not
>understand debate or argument, so they make noise and pretend they're
>philosophers. How do you communicate? The answer: you troll them. Like any
>other propaganda, it becomes effective when people see it often enough and see
>its enemies without response. Make fools of the fools. Mock what is useless.
>And most of all: always present a working answer.  "
>  I didn't see him present any "working answer".
>  Actually, I didn't see him "persuading others to see his point" either.
>  On the other hand, I did see him not understanding debate or argument, and
>pretending to be some kind of philosopher.  And he does appear to have fallen
>for the line that trolling is a successful strategy for communicating with
>  So I give him 3 out of 10 for an unimaginative opening gambit, a lame
>pseudo-philosophical justification, pat armchair-psychiatric diagnoses, and
>really a total lack of anything new or innovative in his approach to trolling.
>And even /that/ is just because I'm feeling generous and benignly
>well-disposed to the world at large today  :-D

Btw, I have a suspicion that this could be the same guy who was getting
increasingly annoyed that his email was being archived on
"without his permission".  He spammed the fortran and gcc mailing lists
and, then, subsequently, the overseers mailing list.  He called himself
gnuterror at one point.

Or maybe *terror is just a popular alias to cowardly hide behind.


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