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Flaming, and foes

sebFlyte (844277) writes | more than 9 years ago

User Journal 0

Well, thankyou 0racle. I have now made an enemy, but I'm not sure why.

I guess it's due to this submission, but i don't really know.

I did seem to draw a lot of flak for that, at least in part because the sentiment of the article was pro-MS, and i didn't bother to proof the post properly before sending it (damn you, editors, for not correcting my typos :P).

Well, thankyou 0racle. I have now made an enemy, but I'm not sure why.

I guess it's due to this submission, but i don't really know.

I did seem to draw a lot of flak for that, at least in part because the sentiment of the article was pro-MS, and i didn't bother to proof the post properly before sending it (damn you, editors, for not correcting my typos :P).

Anyway, I did have two posts up on the front page when that one went up (there was this one too), but the x64 windows story was the first that linked to my user page, and the only one that drew any flak, since the WikiNews story seemed to go down without any hassle.

I feel all special, so thank you.

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