Daniel Stone daniel at
Tue Apr 7 18:55:21 PDT 2009

On Tue, Apr 07, 2009 at 06:39:59PM +0000, Tuomo Valkonen wrote:
> On 2009-04-07, Corbin Simpson <mostawesomedude at> wrote:
> >> Pollute my system with KDE or Gnome? Rather install Windows.
> >
> > Sounds like a plan. Enjoy your Cleartype.
> Plan executed and succesfully accomplished. Byebye Linux.
> Windows XP has a simple option to disable blurring -- actually
> it isn't even enabled by default for small fonts. In Vista and W7
> it's complicated, but still doable (most easily by choosing a
> suitable theme, although there's no longer a simple option on W7).
> OS X is the most fascist of them all; there is no way at all to
> disable blurring on it, AFAIK. 
> -- 
> In 1995, Linux was almost a bicycle; an alternative way of live to the
> Windows petrol beasts that had to be taken to the dealer for service.
> By 2008, Linux has bloated into a gas-guzzler, and the cycle paths 
> have been replaced with polluted motorways.

I'm glad to hear it.  ISTR the msft.* newsgroups being quite good from
quite some time ago: maybe you'd prefer to join them rather than your
continual aimless whining on xorg at .  Either way, you're now moderated.

Few regards,
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