Background info - was Hosting again
Matt S Trout
dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Wed Oct 31 18:56:23 GMT 2007
On Wed, Oct 31, 2007 at 07:03:53AM +0000, Smylers wrote:
> Those two are situations which many folks on this list have experience
> of, and have found ways of dealing with. What makes the situations
> worse for you are your, apparently self-imposed, constraints. It's as
> though you know the right answer but -- even though your livelihood
> depends on it -- you aren't prepared to pay for it, or you think you're
> different and can do better.
> If you give the appearance of habitually ignoring what many on the list
> consider to be good advice, then it's likely that people will lose
> sympathy for your situation and decide they can't be bothered trying to
> answer your questions.
I can't even be bothered to break out the LART at this point.
If he wants to cater only to the stupidest of clients and be entirely clue
resistent, that's his choice.
He's never going to be competition and he's ceased to be entertainment.
If signs of intelligence don't show soon I think I'll make final effort at
introduction to a new concept: The meaning of "PLONK".
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