On 31/03/07, vijay chopra <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

On 31/03/07, Peter Bowyer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 31/03/07, Andy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > Then maybe there is something to your conspiracy theory. Seem as the
> > BBC's stats disagree with the BBC news articles. Something is not
> > quite right wouldn't you agree?
> > Either:
> > 1. Browser stats are inaccurate
> > 2. BBC news article is wrong
> > 3. The BBC is attracting less of the Linux users to it's site
> > (something that should be looked at seriously as this could be an
> > indication the BBC is interfering with commercial markets).
> >
> > Pick one. (or add another).
> 4. Only you care enough to waste time with this argument?

5. I like using redundant and grammatically incorrect question marks?

You can always tell when a discussion has come to its logical end -
someone resorts to criticising spelling or grammar.


Peter Bowyer
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