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I don't care if someone is anonymous or if they are royalty, I treat everyone the same way... if they come at me with an attitude they get attitude back, but if they come at me on a level they get a level response back. There is however one particular troll using the Anonymous Monk function specifically to bait me, He has an obvious pattern and projects the same crap everytime, ooh it's not the core of the next Google, therefore it and you are worthless... for example.

The more even handed responses I get the more clear the pattern becomes.

As for why I keep coming back, I am getting some good information and insights by doing so, and I do intend to win this argument in the fullness of time. aXML ain't going away, it's getting better and faster each time I work on it, and I'm confident that not only does it have it's place in the spectrum of "Ways To Do It", but also as we move forward in terms of hardware, that the paradigm is really going to come into it's own and very soon!


In reply to Re^7: How fast is fast? by Logicus
in thread How fast is fast? by Logicus

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