[lug] Re: LinuxFest 2000 Day 2

Stephen G. Smith ss2chef at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 28 12:32:26 MDT 2000

Give us a break with this garbage..

>From: "Hansen, Paul" <hansenp at lucent.com>
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>No Bruce,
>You don't have to be a gun nut to be a Linux user or programmer.  On the
>other side of the coin, there is absolutely nothing wrong with people
>getting together to enjoy a completely legal activity.  You may find it
>disturbing, I do not.  Linux is also a big hit in Switzerland, and you
>probably don't want any parallels drawn there about firearm ownership and
>Linux.  I was there last year, and can attest to the popularity of both.
>If people, whether citizens or foreigners are put off by aspects of our
>culture, it's time they learned another aspect of it - tolerance.
>Paul Hansen

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