leclite aka DimWit Stein gives a new shine to the word Bum. *snicker* His complete lack of knowledge and experience are only rivalled by his monumental stoopidity. ROFL!
Is true. Utah chief scientists tend to be busy. Loon wailing serves no purpose here. May be Loons can petition Amazon to hurry up and publish that book. I'm sure Amazon and the Utah Man are deadlocked in compensation negotiations. Amazon needs a little push, and the Loons are good at begging for things. *snicker*
"leclite cannot bring himself to say anything more about ISBN numbers from the dwstein nym after the latest shaming."
LOL! Is true. Why is it that the bum fails spectacularly every time he tries to demonstrate his 'expertise'? He claims to know something, and then almost immediately proceeds to say some pretty stoopid things that betray his ignorance.
Again, comparisons with the Utah Man chief scientist are inescapable. How often do you find someone is knowledgeable about computer software and high energy physics? (And, I might add, ISBN numbers - he knew enough to get both ISBN numbers, whereas dimwit stein would have just gotten one!)
I am, of course, referring to beggar boy leclite, who is actively impersonating some employee of a networking company or something.
That would be criminal impersonation in the first degree, Mr. leclite. You will be locked up for a long time! (On the flip side, you don't have to worry about food or residence for the next so many years!)
1. Utah man was a chief scientist.
2. Utah man worked in high energy physics. (Because, what chief scientist doesn't work in high energy physics? Don't even get me started!)
3. Utah man has the necessary credentials for writing a book on high energy physics.
4. Utah man may have already written (or very nearly written) a book on high energy physics. Publishing it seems to be the only thing left to do.
5. Fake expert leclite has trouble coming to terms with Utah man's real expertise in high energy physics.
6. Fake expert leclite has trouble understanding how *anyone* can have any expertise in any field.
7. Indians find it hard to stop laughing at the fake expert leclite, with his 45 years of fake expertise in operating systems and his at least 42 different nyms.
8. Linux sucketh the big one. *snicker*
This be true. Indians find facts such as the following fascinating.
"Reliance on Einstein's dated work has probably been the biggest impediment to humanity comprehending space time accurately. Einstein got it wrong -- the answer to the ultimate question of existence was 3 and not 4 in his theory of gravitation."
You are slipping up, tiger! You are supposed to vary the style, I think. How did you ever think a dumb fecker such as yourself can maintain 42 nyms, bum?
"Lots of call for a high energy physics book for the young ones, is there?"
Like you won't believe! This is what I realized while walking in India the other day.
"Much less, I'm sure, for one written by an insane toad licker."
There is no evidence that the Utah man ever licked any toads. He also sounds fairly sane. HTH.
As none of the Indian posters is "Jeffy", your argument is invalid, incorrect and inconsequential. Please take your delusion elsewhere. (A mental health facility may show some interest, FYI.)
Hey, it's his $125. If he got the numbers a month or two ahead of time, what is the big deal? The important thing is that a book is being written about high energy physics, which will help the young ones.
Looks like you have disposed of your brain somewhere before you lurched in here to post that invective! Usually, the rights for any comments posted by the visitors belong to the visitors. It's up to each person what license they post under. But the para was specifically asking people to give her the rights so she may use the comments in a future publication. And some bums even started stating that in the byline of their comments.
What a stoopid fecker you are, Loon. The Indians are merely inquiring the status of the para's book, and you jump in here with your half-baked understanding and negligible intelligence to criticize the Indians. FOAD, fecker.
We Indians are unaware of any such statement by the Utah man. You could be making this up as you go along, as you are accustomed to doing. *snicker* Right, fake expert? LOL!
Sorry, we are not aware of any such statement by the Utah man. We don't read every post on this board. I guess only "Jeffy" can answer questions about the book and the delay. I think he is somewhere in Utah if you want to ask him directly.
This be accurate. The bum doesn't dare say another word about ISBN numbers.
Look what happened to his OS "expertise" when he said one too many things. Torvalds himself fecked him up. LOL!
What a shameless fecker you are, leclite! So are you ready to apologize to the Indians for acting like you know something about ISBN numbers when, in fact, you knew next to nothing? *snicker*
"I was told to ask the Utah Man directly. But he does not reply."
You seem to be laboring under the misapprehension that the Utah man is actively scouring this board for your dumb queries. *snicker* While we can't be sure he isn't, we doubt it very much.
Indians with profitable electronics distribution businesses looking to while away some time? Yes. Internet beggar boys such as yourself with nothing better to do? Certainly. But, high energy physicists and Chief E's such as the Utah man? Very unlikely to be hanging around this board.
Have you searched in Utah for the Utah man, like we asked you to?
The Utah man's Chief-E-ness is undeniable. (And he also appears to be a man of strong convictions, whether they are right or wrong. That book cover is one forceful statement! And he even got the ISBN numbers to boot.)