Yeah well I don't really care what some dim-wit with a bald head thinks.
I was beginning to think that maybe this thing would have dropped off finally, and other discussions and debates would come up. Of course, I knew I was wrong before going to bed when I saw that you just had to attempt to get in the last word.
Of course, I wasn't quite expecting this sort of buffoonery from you.
Yes, the idiot that dragged Sir Patrick Stewart into this should be shot, although the sentiments of the person seem to be pretty consistent all through this discussion from various people, and this little comment proves it: you need to back away. You're beginning to take things a little too personally, and and it's only going to come back to bite you in the - wait, don't think they'll allow me to say that word.
Don't worry about getting the last word. Don't worry about responding back. just step away from the computer and the forum, grab a breath of fresh air, and find or make another topic to deal with. Trust me, it's better that way.
(And to the person who put up the Star Trek: The Next Generation photo of Sir Patrick Stewart: you're probably not an idiot - but that seriously was a dumb move. He smart enough to keep out of a conversation like this, there was no need to insult him that way.)
you just had to attempt to get in the last word...
Doh, I might have known you'd try to get in the last word.
No, I mean I came back into the thread to answer the original question about SCR but then someone suggested that all human science should be discontinued! That's clearly something that not just I but which the vast majority of Mac users would take issue with.
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