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Thomas C. Greene is 'paid MS stooge'. Again

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Well, Thomas C. Greene really landed himself in the flame pit with his recent article Steve Gibson really is off his rocker. There's nothing like telling it straight, a principal to which Al Franco II also adheres:

Your reasoning SUCKS!

Just because kids can already get guns and shoot each other, doesn't mean we should make fully automatic asault rifles more easily available to them.

MS has no concern for security and obviously you don't either. Your argument is a logical falacy and demonstrates either a severe lack of knowledge or a deliberate attempt to feed lies to the unknowing masses.

You also display another common logical fallacy very common to MS and their lackeys - attack the messenger. In your article you state that you are ridiculing Gibson's claims - but then you call him loopy.

Shame on you! You don't deserve to be allowed to write about these topics! You fail to demonstrate proper logic and analysis, your message demonstrates a serious void in your understanding of the topic, and your insulting of Mr. Gibson demonstrates an extreme lack of professionalism.

I repeat: You don't deserve to be allowed to write about these topics!

Actually, it would appear that you are nothing more than a paid MS stooge spouting the company line! And it tends to make your bosses apear to have the same lack of scruples and integrity.

I will be saving this article for the time when the problems mentioned by the opponents of the latest MS debacle in the works explodes in your face.

Windows XP will be the root cause of a tremendous wave of internet problems and not only of the DDoS variety. The coupling of full raw ports and other tremendous security-blind problems in XP will cause problems in direct proportion to its adoption. And people like your self, who so loudly proclaim otherwise will be left looking like completly clueless idiots.

Aha, here we have the old 'Microsoft running dog lackey' flame approach. It's an oldie, but still a goody. We too look forward to an exploding MS debacle. Should liven up the office a bit.

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