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> > Oh, garbage, so many of those companies come and go, why should I pay
> attention to 20-somethings who have too much acne and no social skills.
> ... was one of those "20-somethings who have too much acne and no social skills". ...
> computer industry. Imagine how many people are now saying "If only I had
> listened to little Billy Gates" (Except of course, those who believed his
> 'never need more than 640K of RAM' spiel...)
> ITSP, I hope this was a generalization about the techie people you see in
> your neighborhood, and not meant to sound as utterly biased and insulting as
> it did.
> >You'd think some of these techies invented the cure for cancer!!
OTOH...neither has the older generation...does that automatically place
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