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Warning We thought the Canadian educational system could do better than this: our erudite author hails from the University of Manitoba, or at least his email address does. Not an English major, we think.

From: author
Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2000, 2:02:02 PM
Subject: Pete Sharriff

Pete Sharrif writes the most incridible shit! "Linux guru set to topple Intel." Sharriff implies that Linux is only used by nurds!

IBM would be surprise to hear this. So would anyone who had a brain! But The Register wants to discredit itself by letting Sharriff such up to WinTel. The fuck head should get the boot!

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