On Sun, 2 Jan 2000, Karl Denninger wrote:

> > If you intend to keep up this "sour grapes" attitude, despite all
> > the helpful answers you have gotten so far, you should consider
> > stopping before you have worn out your welcome.
> > 
> > --
> > Poul-Henning Kamp             FreeBSD coreteam member
> <profanity censored>
> Yes, the "F-word".
> You have no ability to determine "my welcome".

Karl, you've now managed to irritate a lot of folks.  Jumping on Steve,
who is normally a huge worker, and totally inoffensive, was really pushing
things, but then jumping on Poul, who is somewhat easier to touch off,
well, you have been just about advertising "I want a fight!", although no
one's really given you much reason for it.

Poul's response was right, you should come back in a few days, when you've
had time to cool off.  No one else really wants to keep the fight going.

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