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November 3, 2003

Irony is …

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 3:39 PM

Moshe Bar saying Linus “pretty much doesn’t know what he’s talking about”. Snort.

8 Comments »

  1. It sounds like you are saying that it is a mortal sin for a person that has spent most (all?) of their professional life working on clustering to disagree with Linus on the topic of clustering.
    Am I understanding you correctly?

    Comment by Anonymous — November 3, 2003 @ 5:02 PM | Reply

    • No, I’m saying it’s deliciously ironic for a person who has very little clue about anything at all (except how to appear to have clue) to claim that the one person who demonstratably has a clue about pretty much everything to has none. I hope that was clear.

      Comment by mulix — November 3, 2003 @ 10:47 PM | Reply

      • Hehe. I think this is very obvious now 🙂

        Comment by ideawerkz — November 4, 2003 @ 2:22 PM

  2. It is wonderful
    How Moshe Bar twisted what Linus said. I guess it might have been called, in other contexts, artistic license.

    Comment by ladypine — November 3, 2003 @ 11:00 PM | Reply

  3. Talk about clueless
    I thought Moshe Bar was that Hawaiian joint over on 7th avenue.

    Comment by 77azkkr — November 4, 2003 @ 4:40 AM | Reply

    • Re: Talk about clueless
      That is what I thought so too, except that this moshe bar seems to have a lot of hardware goodies in his lab.

      Comment by ideawerkz — November 4, 2003 @ 2:23 PM | Reply

      • Re: Talk about clueless
        don’t believe everything you read. That’s good advice for life and specifically as pertains to this subject.

        Comment by mulix — November 5, 2003 @ 5:17 AM

      • Re: Talk about clueless
        All right. It does sound very incredible.

        Comment by ideawerkz — November 5, 2003 @ 5:56 AM


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