Why isn't Rev more popular?

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Tue Dec 6 01:21:25 EST 2005

It seems he likes the word zealot. A little research shows many  
complaints and insults on all kinds of forums and lists.

Web Quote: "By all means, though, avoid Apple,. While individual  
users tend to be zealots, the company occupies its miniscule market  
share for many valid reasons."

Web Quote: "If you want to utterly waste a few hours of your life,  
read this book. It has absolutely nothing of redemptive value. No  
plot. No memorable characters. Nothing."

Web Quote: " I don't intend to be a critic, but the reality is that I  
am. ... "

Web Quote: "In my opinion, this knowledge must be acquired on a first- 
basis, not third-hand by inquiring of a mail list where the accuracy  
of the
responses is not known. "

On Dec 6, 2005, at 12:45 AM, Judy Perry wrote:

>> 	And with that, all the true believers may continue with their
>> flaming --- never being mindful of how their insubstantial ad hominem
>> strikes those who may wander to this list looking for  
>> justification to
>> purchase Revolution. Zealots never seem to understand how they  
>> hurt their
>> own cause.
> --You complain about flaming and then turn around and label  
> everyone who
> doesn't agree with you a zealot.  Sounds like the pot calling the  
> kettle
> black...
> Judy

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