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7 Elements of Radically Simple OS Migration

Warning A double flame this time round

Part I
I was shocked to read in your rag today that Intel was not shipping any Pentium III's in February. This is liable. I have sent the story to Intel. I hope they sue the pants off this piece of crap magazine. I've do research for clients on computer companies and the like, and your publication is ALWAYS FULL OF LIES. I have reported you to Intel, so maybe you will be receiving a call from their lawyers. I suggest you carefully watch what is said on your site in the future.

The Register responds in conciliatory mode
Hello. When you write liable, do you mean libel? And why are there so many capital letters in your email? Have you thought of using green ink instead of a blue background in your emails? Go away.

<<b>Part II
Actually, I won't go away. I have also asked the SEC to investigate your site and stock manipulation. You are irresponsible and deserve to be sanctioned. I used so many capital letters because I"M SCREAMING AT YOU YOU MORON

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