[R] [FORGED] Re: Philip Morris International - Windows10 migration assessment
r@turner @end|ng |rom @uck|@nd@@c@nz
Sat Aug 4 00:58:48 CEST 2018
On 04/08/18 10:07, Dylan Distasio wrote:
> Nice virtue signalling, feel better now?
I was going to respond to this, but then I thought that it would be
better to heed the ancient wisdom: "Do not feed the trolls."
> On Fri, Aug 3, 2018, 3:47 PM Clive Nicholas via R-help <r-help using r-project.org>
>> On 03/08/18 19:03, Rainer Krug wrote:
>>> Let’s not alienate the business users!
>>> I agree that this is not the right / best forum to ask these type of
>> questions, but where is? I would suggest to at least point them to the
>> right resources. and not say that there questions are inappropriate here.
>>> Actually, if I as a private user would ask that question, I guess I would
>> get an answer here.
>>> So please - not alienate the business users.
>>> Cheers and good luck with Windows.
>> On the contrary, I would say that one has a moral obligation to alienate
>> tobacco companies.
>> Rolf Turner
>> And I'm down with this moral sentiment 10,000%.
>> I frankly couldn't believe what I was reading whilst perusing the digest,
>> and from whom. This smug bloke thinks he can land his 14-ton todger onto
>> the list, demand answers by a fixed deadline, and all in the service of
>> doing his bit to help replace the 7 million tobacco users who die every
>> year - according to the World Health Organisation - with preferably new,
>> young customers for the likes of PMI to sell their cancer sticks.
>> Disgusting. *Absolutely* disgusting! What on Bod's Earth are we doing
>> helping these people? They should be nowhere near this list. Do you hear
>> that, Philip Morris Angel of Death? I sincerely hope you crash and burn.
>> Clive Nicholas
>> "My colleagues in the social sciences talk a great deal about methodology.
>> I prefer to call it style." -- Freeman J. Dyson
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