Several times, in fact. I still don't really understand what his point is. It sounds like he is saying that Microsoft products are designed with "lousy programming" and that there is a lack of drivers or support for 12 months or more, due to some supposed licensing fees MS charges. Then he says that all he can provide is "fishy type support," which sounds to me like he is saying he lacks any personal ability to provide support to his users. So, perhaps he is in the wrong field? I don't know...
Then he goes on about carrying a hammer, and worrying about his reputation when "MS bombs out." But it would seem to me his reputation is already shot, if he can only provide "fishy" support to his users.
So... who knows... I don't get it...
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