Re: Oracle on Windows vs Solaris or Linux ?
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2008 19:15:32 -0000
> Looked at my job description. Nowhere did it say: "educate the > willfully ignorant and arrogant."
Arrogant: people who believe they know everything and don't listen; I listen and learn from a lot of folk - don't confuse arrogance with a lack of respect for people who beleive they know everything and throw there weight around aka a BULLY.
Ignorant: somebody who does not listen to anothers point of view; I do which is why I learn; there are a very select few (2) I do not listen too and just ignore and question (you're one of them).
Back on track though - why is it you feel compelled to privately email people (me) and call them a wanker? Hardly redeeming when you call people arrogant and ignorant!
-- Tony Rogerson, SQL Server MVP http://sqlblogcasts.com/blogs/tonyrogerson [Ramblings from the field from a SQL consultant] http://sqlserverfaq.com [UK SQL User Community] "DA Morgan" <damorgan_at_psoug.org> wrote in message news:1205603312.613027_at_bubbleator.drizzle.com... > Tony Rogerson wrote:Received on Sat Mar 15 2008 - 14:15:32 CDT
>>> It rarely gets better than this.
>>> Thanks Tony.
>> Your too right Denial Again; I notice you don't bother to give the URL to
>> the Microsoft Windows Server site that lists ALL the editions.
>> Web SP2
>> Standard SP2
>> Standard R2
>> Enterprise SP2
>> Enterprise R2
>> Datacenter SP2
>> Datacenter R2
>> Where oh where is Windows 2003 Advanced Server? Not a single reference on
>> the MICROSOFT website.
>> Where oh where Denial Again?
>> I repeat ...
>> You'd have thought somebody who is a system builder would be fully versed
>> what OS version and editions his chosen product expertise works on.
> > Looked at my job description. Nowhere did it say: "educate the > willfully ignorant and arrogant." > -- > Daniel A. Morgan > Puget Sound Oracle Users Group > www.psoug.org