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Hello friends,

Please excuse me if I'm writing this message right here, but as I'm a
fan member of this Usenet, I thought maybe I can give back some useful
resources and interact more with you all.

JavaForce.com has introduced a new service for Java programmers and
developers to find outsourced projects online and earn money online,
at Java Freelancers (http://www.javaforce.com/component/
option,com_dailymessage/Itemid,86/).

The website is aimed to attract friends to have their feedbacks and
serve them with information and resources as much as possible.

In recent months, about 30 users have outsourced their Java and J2EE
related projects online in an average of $300 each. Also, about 40
users have offered their skills to such projects online and made an
average $100 extra income per week.

Visit http://www.javaforce.com/ for more news and resources.

Good Luck,
Hooman Taherinia
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Hooman
11/18/2007 1:51:15 PM
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Hooman wrote:>Hello friends,We are not your friends.>Please excuse me if I'm writing this message right here, No, because..>..but as I'm a>fan member of this Usenet, ..if you a) understood usenet, or b) were a 'fan', you might take a little more time *reading* it and realise that spam such as your tripe is not welcome here (there, or indeedanywhere).So, not only are you a multi-posting spammer, but you arealso a lier, and/or a pillock.>..I thought maybe I can give back some useful>resources ..You have nothing of use, to anyone.Now p*ss off.-- Andrew Thompsonhttp://www.athompson.info/andrew/Message posted via JavaKB.comhttp://www.javakb.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/java-general/200711/1
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Andrew
11/18/2007 3:16:57 PM
Thanks for review! Opinions are respected, but rarely your language.Good luck,Hoomhttp://www.javaforce.com/On Nov 18, 7:16 pm, "Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe> wrote:> Hooman wrote:> >Hello friends,>> We are not your friends.>> >Please excuse me if I'm writing this message right here,>> No, because..>> >..but as I'm a> >fan member of this Usenet,>> .if you a) understood usenet, or b) were a 'fan', you might> take a little more time *reading* it and realise that spam> such as your tripe is not welcome here (there, or indeed> anywhere).>> So, not only are you a multi-posting spammer, but you are> also a lier, and/or a pillock.>> >..I thought maybe I can give back some useful> >resources ..>> You have nothing of use, to anyone.>> Now p*ss off.>> --> Andrew Thompsonhttp://www.athompson.info/andrew/>> Message posted via JavaKB.comhttp://www.javakb.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/java-general/200711/1
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Hooman
11/19/2007 12:52:54 AM
Hooman wrote:Please refrain from top-posting.  Another thing you might havenoticed about these groups you are supposedly a 'fan' of, is that top-posting is generally disliked.>Thanks for review! You are welcome.  You can expect something similar forany more posts you make, along those lines.>..Opinions are respected, but rarely your language.'Rarely'?  Are you now claiming to be expert enough about *my* use of language to determine how often I swear at people who post here (that is rare) as opposed to meswearing at lying/pillock multi-posting spammers, like you (that is common-place)?Of course, the very fact you would monitor your own post and frame a reply to my objections, indicates you have at least a little more sense than your average spammer.  So I hold a slim hope you can realise the error of your ways, and be encouraged to cease and desist making further posts like that.-- Andrew Thompsonhttp://www.athompson.info/andrew/Message posted via JavaKB.comhttp://www.javakb.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/java-general/200711/1
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Andrew
11/19/2007 3:48:15 AM
On Nov 19, 7:48 am, "Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe> wrote:> Hooman wrote:>> Please refrain from top-posting.  Another thing you might have> noticed about these groups you are supposedly a 'fan' of, is> that top-posting is generally disliked.>> >Thanks for review!>> You are welcome.  You can expect something similar for> any more posts you make, along those lines.>> >..Opinions are respected, but rarely your language.>> 'Rarely'?  Are you now claiming to be expert enough about> *my* use of language to determine how often I swear at> people who post here (that is rare) as opposed to me> swearing at lying/pillock multi-posting spammers, like> you (that is common-place)?>> Of course, the very fact you would monitor your own post> and frame a reply to my objections, indicates you have at> least a little more sense than your average spammer.  So> I hold a slim hope you can realise the error of your ways,> and be encouraged to cease and desist making further> posts like that.Thanks for notice Andrew, I just *realized* that ;)>> --> Andrew Thompsonhttp://www.athompson.info/andrew/>> Message posted via JavaKB.comhttp://www.javakb.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/java-general/200711/1--Hooman Taheriniahttp://www.javaforce.com/
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Hooman
11/19/2007 6:13:58 AM
"Hooman" <hoomant@gmail.com> wrote in message news:47c4c6a6-467b-4d68-85f9-44a708e88966@i37g2000hsd.googlegroups.com...> On Nov 19, 7:48 am, "Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe> wrote:>> Hooman wrote:<snipped/>>> I hold a slim hope you can realise the error of your ways,>> and be encouraged to cease and desist making further>> posts like that.>> Thanks for notice Andrew, I just *realized* that ;)>You do *realise* that that there is a lot of *coulourful*differences between British English and American English?-- Dag.
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Dag
11/19/2007 10:39:18 PM
On Nov 20, 2:39 am, "Dag Sunde" <m...@dagsunde.com> wrote:> "Hooman" <hoom...@gmail.com> wrote in message>> news:47c4c6a6-467b-4d68-85f9-44a708e88966@i37g2000hsd.googlegroups.com...>> > On Nov 19, 7:48 am, "Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe> wrote:> >> Hooman wrote:> <snipped/>> >> I hold a slim hope you can realise the error of your ways,> >> and be encouraged to cease and desist making further> >> posts like that.>> > Thanks for notice Andrew, I just *realized* that ;)>> You do *realise* that that there is a lot of *coulourful*> differences between British English and American English?>> --> Dag.For sure, and I *realise* THAT THAT there is *COULOURFUL* mistakes andmisunderstandings right here! :)--Hooman Taheriniahttp://www.javaforce.com/
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Hooman
11/20/2007 8:44:57 AM
"Hooman" <hoomant@gmail.com> wrote in message news:8fe17958-dcfd-4de2-8b91-9ed1a0cd4cc0@p69g2000hsa.googlegroups.com...> On Nov 20, 2:39 am, "Dag Sunde" <m...@dagsunde.com> wrote:>> "Hooman" <hoom...@gmail.com> wrote in message>>>> news:47c4c6a6-467b-4d68-85f9-44a708e88966@i37g2000hsd.googlegroups.com...>>>> > On Nov 19, 7:48 am, "Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe> wrote:>> >> Hooman wrote:>> <snipped/>>> >> I hold a slim hope you can realise the error of your ways,>> >> and be encouraged to cease and desist making further>> >> posts like that.>>>> > Thanks for notice Andrew, I just *realized* that ;)>>>> You do *realise* that that there is a lot of *coulourful*>> differences between British English and American English?>>>> -->> Dag.>> For sure, and I *realise* THAT THAT there is *COULOURFUL* mistakes and> misunderstandings right here! :)>LOL!-- Dag.
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Dag
11/20/2007 5:33:23 PM
Dag Sunde wrote:> > "Hooman" <hoomant@gmail.com> wrote in message > news:8fe17958-dcfd-4de2-8b91-9ed1a0cd4cc0@p69g2000hsa.googlegroups.com...>> On Nov 20, 2:39 am, "Dag Sunde" <m...@dagsunde.com> wrote:>>> "Hooman" <hoom...@gmail.com> wrote in message>>>>>> news:47c4c6a6-467b-4d68-85f9-44a708e88966@i37g2000hsd.googlegroups.com... >>>>>>>>> > On Nov 19, 7:48 am, "Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe> wrote:>>> >> Hooman wrote:>>> <snipped/>>>> >> I hold a slim hope you can realise the error of your ways,>>> >> and be encouraged to cease and desist making further>>> >> posts like that.>>>>>> > Thanks for notice Andrew, I just *realized* that ;)>>>>>> You do *realise* that that there is a lot of *coulourful*>>> differences between British English and American English?>>>>>> -- >>> Dag.>>>> For sure, and I *realise* THAT THAT there is *COULOURFUL* mistakes and>> misunderstandings right here! :)>>> > LOL!Isn't there some Usenet law that grammatical corrections (such as the attempted "*realized*" are followed almost immediately by a grammatical mistake from the corrector (failure to match subject and verb number in the followup post)?-- Lew
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Lew
11/21/2007 1:48:54 AM
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