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Apple issues security fixes and Java 1.4.1 for 10.2.8 - matter closed for Whineboy

   http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120277

   http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/apple/java141update1formacosx.html

   as you can see, Apple has once again issued repairs for security in 
OS X in a timely manner. Meanwhile, XP continues to leak like a sieve 
while Micro$quish blames others for their woes.

   And Whineboy should now be able to relax from his constant monkeylike 
yammering, sit down and have a nice steaming cup of  SHUT THE F&*K UP!
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In article <moestavern-9E7D89.11510620112003@nr-tor02.bellnexxia.net>,
 Joey JoJo Junior Shabadoo <moestavern@springfield.org> wrote:

>    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120277
> 
>    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/apple/java141update1formacosx.html
> 
>    as you can see, Apple has once again issued repairs for security in 
> OS X in a timely manner. Meanwhile, XP continues to leak like a sieve 
> while Micro$quish blames others for their woes.
> 
>    And Whineboy should now be able to relax from his constant monkeylike 
> yammering, sit down and have a nice steaming cup of  SHUT THE F&*K UP!

johnny will find*something to whine about. That is almost certain. It's 
his heritage as a sr. technologist and Apple critic. In fact, I wouldn't 
be a bit surprised if johnny even thinks he knows more about computers 
and technology than the whole Apple Corporation.
-- 
Arch
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Arch (125)
11/20/2003 6:43:40 PM
In article <Arch-3D1D28.12433520112003@netnews.attbi.com>,
 Archie B <Arch@writer.nog> wrote:

> In article <moestavern-9E7D89.11510620112003@nr-tor02.bellnexxia.net>,
>  Joey JoJo Junior Shabadoo <moestavern@springfield.org> wrote:
> 
> >    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120277
> > 
> >    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/apple/java141update1formacosx.html
> > 
> >    as you can see, Apple has once again issued repairs for security in 
> > OS X in a timely manner. Meanwhile, XP continues to leak like a sieve 
> > while Micro$quish blames others for their woes.
> > 
> >    And Whineboy should now be able to relax from his constant monkeylike 
> > yammering, sit down and have a nice steaming cup of  SHUT THE F&*K UP!
> 
> johnny will find*something to whine about. That is almost certain. It's 
> his heritage as a sr. technologist and Apple critic.

Your are too kind. Johnny is not an Apple critic, he's a rabid, bigoted  
Apple/Macintosh HATER. I say he's bigoted because he doesn't even USE a 
Mac and has no more than a superficial acquaintance with the platform. 
At least when most of us, here, criticize Windows it's because we either 
own a Windows box or have to use one on a daily basis and therefore our 
criticism is born of experience, while Johhny's is the product of a 
deep, and quite irrational hatred. 

>In fact, I wouldn't 
> be a bit surprised if johnny even thinks he knows more about computers 
> and technology than the whole Apple Corporation.

Jonny thinks he knows more about everything, but when queried, it 
becomes all too apparent that his knowledge is quite superficial, at 
best, on every single subject.

But this does ask the question. Who does this clown work for who would 
allow him to spend hours every day searching the web for anti-Mac 
material to quote here and then spend more hours arguing mindlessly with 
those people who have caught him at his lies/misconceptions/incorrect 
information?

-- 
George Graves
------------------
"Knowledge is Good"
Emile Faber -Founder, Faber College
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gmgravesnos (8642)
11/20/2003 9:01:25 PM
In article 
<gmgravesnos-EAF3BD.13012420112003@newssvr13-ext.news.prodigy.com>,
 George Graves <gmgravesnos@pacbell.net> wrote:

> In article <Arch-3D1D28.12433520112003@netnews.attbi.com>,
>  Archie B <Arch@writer.nog> wrote:
> 
> > In article <moestavern-9E7D89.11510620112003@nr-tor02.bellnexxia.net>,
> >  Joey JoJo Junior Shabadoo <moestavern@springfield.org> wrote:
> > 
> > >    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120277
> > > 
> > >    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/apple/java141update1formacosx.htm
> > >    l
> > > 
> > >    as you can see, Apple has once again issued repairs for security in 
> > > OS X in a timely manner. Meanwhile, XP continues to leak like a sieve 
> > > while Micro$quish blames others for their woes.
> > > 
> > >    And Whineboy should now be able to relax from his constant monkeylike 
> > > yammering, sit down and have a nice steaming cup of  SHUT THE F&*K UP!
> > 
> > johnny will find*something to whine about. That is almost certain. It's 
> > his heritage as a sr. technologist and Apple critic.
> 
> Your are too kind. Johnny is not an Apple critic, he's a rabid, bigoted  
> Apple/Macintosh HATER. I say he's bigoted because he doesn't even USE a 
> Mac and has no more than a superficial acquaintance with the platform. 
> At least when most of us, here, criticize Windows it's because we either 
> own a Windows box or have to use one on a daily basis and therefore our 
> criticism is born of experience, while Johhny's is the product of a 
> deep, and quite irrational hatred. 
> 
> >In fact, I wouldn't 
> > be a bit surprised if johnny even thinks he knows more about computers 
> > and technology than the whole Apple Corporation.
> 
> Jonny thinks he knows more about everything, but when queried, it 
> becomes all too apparent that his knowledge is quite superficial, at 
> best, on every single subject.
> 
> But this does ask the question. Who does this clown work for who would 
> allow him to spend hours every day searching the web for anti-Mac 
> material to quote here and then spend more hours arguing mindlessly with 
> those people who have caught him at his lies/misconceptions/incorrect 
> information?


I would have to think it was the Ringling Circus, but they're here in 
Chicago and we know he's not here.

Maybe its one of those little, baby circi that go here and there with 
one tent.

-- 
Regards,
JP
"The measure of a man is what he will do while expecting that he will get nothing in return!"

Macintosh for productivity. Linux for servers. Palm/Visor for mobility. Windows to feed the Black Hole in your IT budget
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jpolaski2 (4002)
11/20/2003 9:38:40 PM
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Security Middle East is a news portal for the entire security industry, focussed specifically on latest security news from the Middle East. Security ...

Information Security News, IT Security News & Expert Insights: SecurityWeek.Com
IT Security News and Information Security News, Cyber Security, Network Security, Enterprise Security Threats, Cybercrime News and more. Information ...

Committee on National Security Systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Committee (NSTISSC) was established under National Security Directive ...

March security patch for Nexus devices and Pixel C rolling out, factory images now available
Google has posted the new factory images featuring the March security patch for Nexus devices. The images are still based on Android 6.0.1, so ...

Security is a major concern in the IT industry
Security, and pretty much everything related to security, is the biggest challenge the IT industry is facing nowadays. Those are the results ...

Apple exec: Don't "turn back the clock" on iPhone security
An op-ed by Apple's top software engineer takes on the FBI in dispute over terrorist's iPhone

Partners call on Cisco for more security marketing
Channelnomics Partners call on Cisco for more security marketing Channelnomics Cisco can do more to promote its security focus to the market, ...

Free Google app helps companies assess their vendors' security
Google has published an interactive questionnaire that companies can use to assess the security practices of their suppliers, or to review and ...

Cisco Security Exec: Vendors Like Palo Alto, FireEye Are Selling 'Legacy Technology'
Cisco Security Exec: Vendors Like Palo Alto, FireEye Are Selling 'Legacy Technology' CRN Cisco is more bullish than ever on security, saying ...

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