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Irregularities when using -v, -z, -n

From: eduardo-chibas
Subject: Irregularities when using -v, -z, -n
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 23:37:49 +0200

> Sent: Friday, July 30, 2021 at 7:30 AM
> From: "Lawrence Velázquez" <>
> To:
> Cc:
> Subject: Re: Irregularities when using -v, -z, -n
> On Thu, Jul 29, 2021, at 10:29 AM, wrote:
> > One of the problems is the many functionalities available.  One is able
> > to perform things in multiple ways, but one figures out the limitations
> > once you try more complicated things.
> Or if one chooses to actually pay attention to the people they are
> ostensibly asking for help.

The questions were genuine but you don't believe it.  We can simply disregard
each other and that's it.  Yet I see people herding together because of some
terrible wrong I was perceived to have done.  Thanks fuck for not knowing who
I am.

> > As you have outlined, history is
> > the culprit of many problems, particularly when changes to old stardards
> > remain static, rather than improved to the situations that are arising
> > today.  For instance, the requirement for quoting resulted in a bad deal
> > for all of us, but because they were incorporated in posix standards,
> > it will require enormous effort to go beyond them in future.
> > > I thought they had learned this already under the lisa-asket persona,
> > > but I couldn't find the specific message.  There were far too many
> > > to comb through.
> > 
> > Seems you will continue with your bullshit instead of not responding.
> > We all are able to make bullshit personas than we'll ever admit.
> > Is it wrong?
> Yes, in your case, because it is intentionally deceptive.
> > And suppose they are actual people with that name, what
> > difference in you does it make knowing that?
> We are not context-free question-answering robots.
> -- 
> vq

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