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Linux = Perpetual Failure

Linux - The never ready OS.

Every once and a while I get the urge to check out the Linux Operating
system. I've never been fully happy with Microsoft Windows and never happy
with Microsoft as a company, and I am eager to switch to an OS which
provides good or better performance and utility than experienced with
Microsoft windows.

Linux gets the most hype and while MacOS and Solaris are also potential
candidates, they always lose out because 1. MacOS comes from a flake company
who don't really produce computers, they produce Ipods, and Solaris has even
a smaller user base than Linux.  So, I always end up auding Linux.

I first saw Linux back in the 486 era when it was barely a year old.  It was
running on a 486 and was pleased to see how fast it managed to list it's
directories compared to the speed of DOS on my 386.  However it was clear
even at that time, that Linux would never be a challenge to Microsoft DOS,
because Linux was developing into nothing more than a Unix clone, and Unix
had been completely rejected in favour of Microsoft DOS by the desktop
computing community.

Typing a few commands into the Linux console, and watching the shell spit
out cryptic and incomprehensible error messages made me laugh out loud I
remember, and then turn off the machine, and walk away in complete and utter
disgust at the lack of vision in the Unix/Linux community.

A few years later, I abandoned the DOS command line, in favour of the vastly
superior Windows 95 GUI - having successfully ignored all earlier versions
of Microsoft Windows being the absolute Dogs they were.

I gave Linux another shot at impressing me again that year, and once again I
was presented with the same text command line that I had seen years earlier.
The same cryptic commands, the same useless error messages, the same user
hostility and the same absolute lack of vision in the Unix/Linux community.

When X-windows for Linux arrived, I gave the OS another shot.  X11 had the
potential of competing with Microsoft windows in terms of ease of use - if
implemented correctly.  I noted however, that after booting the X11 server
from the command line, that what was presented was a graphical desktop from
which multiple command line shells would be presented in a nice overlapping
manner.  It was a hollow desktop with no icon to file mapping, no desktop
management, no device control, no computer management functions - other than
those that were managed via command line and with each of those shells I was
presented with the same text command line that I had seen years earlier.
The same cryptic commands, the same useless error messages, the same user
hostility and the same absolute lack of vision in the Unix/Linux community.

It wasn't all command line though, there were a host of screen savers for
the OS, and I decided to check out it's graphic potential by running through
those.  20% of them either failed to run, or crashed, with several taking
out the entire OS.

I laughed and turned the machine off.

It's now about 5 years later and I've just given Linux yet another attempt
to impress me, and impress upon me why I should keep it on my computer.
I've given it a good shot, not simply seconds or minutes, or even an hour
like the last time, but a full month or so of effort - when I have had the
time and patients.

The results are in.  Linux - while considerably improved over it's crash
prone past, is still a very, very long way from usability, and offers
essentially <zero> challenge to Microosft Windows.

The Linux Desktop is now much more than a simple means of managing multiple
text based terminal windows.  Kudo's to the developers.

In many respects the desktop I have become familiar with (KDE) is as good as
the desktop supplied with W95.  But in many ways it's also inferior, and
suffers from a variety of problems - consistancy being one, completeness
being another.

Linux however, is still a command line driven environment.  Try as they
might the various providers of Linux, with all thier incompatible tinkering,
have yet to provide a version of the OS, where you can avoid decending to
the same incredably hostile and brain dead command line environment whose
stench permiates ever previous version of Unix/Linux.

But ok, I said to myself, dealing with Unix command line filth has been
minimized, so maybe I can live with that.  Maybe I can adjust to an
environment where graphical shells are slapped on top of command line
interfaces, and where a command appropriately labeled find in the shell, is
ultimately mapped onto some command called PinkiBoingo in some randomly
assigned executable directory.  But then again, maybe not.

I started auditing Linux on a brand new Duel Core Athelon machine running an
Nvidia chipset, and I was keen to see how an aledgedly efficient OS would
fly on multiple cores.  Alas, I never managed to find out, because in the
half dozen x86 versions of Linux I installed, none managed to function well
enough to be testable.  In fact most wouldn't install at all.   Some
couldn't find the network card, which made installing other applications
impossible.  Some didnt' recognize the Nvidia Video card, and while one
version actually defaulted to VESA video it failed to provide a mouse
pointer making pointing to anything on the screen somewhat difficult.

Eventually in the case of the lost mouse pointer, I found out that I could
edit a random text file with some random title, and alter a randomly named
switch so that a software cursor would be used instead of the hardware
cursor that wasn't working, but after that networking problems became
clearer, and eventually after installing an MP3 codec, the OS just had a
kernel panic and Linux was dead, quickly replaced with a version of Windows
2000 which installed flawlessly, and supported the duel core Athelon quite
nicely.

I religaed Linux to my older machine at this point and installed a version
of RedHat Linux first.  At this point I was looking to create a stable Linux
environment that could be used for casual computing with some development
tools so I could audit the OS more thoughly.

No Joy with Redhat.  Working environment was too poor.
No Joy with Ubuntu.  The inability to log on as Admin displeased me greatly.
No Joy with Susie.   It just pissed me off due to lack of any codec support
like all the others.
Then there was Freespire.

I much prefer Freespire's philosophy of providing the user with some
multimedia capability out of the box, even though the codecs and
applications may be propriatory.  And Freespire installed with Windows
networking compatability turned on and capable of immediately connecting to
a windows network.   Joy....

Joy yes, but joy only for so long.

Freespire is by far the best version of Linux I have yet to audit (What do
you do with Linux? You install it.) Networking works, XMMS is easy enough to
install, and if you don't there is always real player.  It plays many video
file formats without any hastles, and the user interface of version 1.0 is
actually quite good.  VLC is generally available but isn't as good as the
Windows version.

"Maybe", I found myself thinking as I toured the OS surface, it's time to
emmigrate from the often quirky and always inefficient state of Microsoft to
the shiny new land of Linux and what appeared to be it's newly reformed
Linspire ideology.

Well, it's not quite so easy as that.

The first thing I noticed, is that my networking card - which is a 10/100
card is only operating at 10 Mbps.  Ok Ill reconfigure that.  I saw a device
manager in here somewhere, lets get going.

Several hours later I conclude that there is no real device manager, even in
Freespire.  In the other versions of the Linux OS, a device manager is
supplied...   Well the program calls itself a device manager, but in
actuality there is no ability to manage any devices from these utilities.
Oh, they may list device properties, but they provide no management
functions.  Need to change a buffer location or size?  Device manager tells
you where they are, what their size is, but provides no ability to change
these params.

Need to manually set the speed of your Network Card?  Device manager might
tell you it's current operating speed, but provides no means of actually
altering the speed.

Linspire differs primarily in the honesty with which it announces it's
device reporting utility.  It doesn't use the word "manager" in the title
since the program - like all the other Linux device utilities, provide no
management functions at all.

Ok. So I'll live with a slower than necessary Network card for the moment.
It's not a big deal, lets play some MP3's and relax.  Hmmm, the audio level
appears to be very low, lets adjust it up.  No Joy.  It's only when I reach
the upper two "notches" of the volume control does the volume of the output
sound noticabely increease.  Also, when the volume is finally changed, the
sound levels are now dramatically disproportionate between the left and
right channel,   Hmmmm.  There is a problem with the sound mixer.

Ok so I grab another sound mixer from the net, and off I go.  Same problem.
So I grab another... Same problem.  And another.  Same problem...

Obvously there is some underlying problem with the sound driver, and not the
mxier controls.

So I play around with the various mixer controls, playing with the say -
microphone control and having the left side of the master volume control cut
in and out, and finally come across a series of settings which is
acceptable.


Ok I think to myself, this is a little bit of a pain, but I can live with
it.  Who knows, someone might fix it, and once I get some development tools
installed, I might fix it myself.  Time to move on.

Soon after I notice that while trying to compose some text via a supplied
text editor that I can not insert text.  The insert button on my keyboard
has been brilliantly removed in place of an expanded delete key.  To insert
I now must use the insert key on the numeic keyboard - prssing Shift-0
(insert).

Doesn't work. Pressing Shift Insert doesn't work.  Hmm, no insert?  I seem
to remember it working yesterday when I tried it.  Shift-0 again.  "0"
appears under my cursor.

Hmmmmm.  This worked yesterday - why not today?  Must be something set
differently.  So I try toggling the numlock state.  Sure enough insert
works.  But it only works when the numlock state is active. In other words
when the insert key is <not> supposed to be mapped to the number 0.  So the
key state is inverted to that used by windows.

Brilliant I tells ya.. brilliant.

I can put up with this variance as well. Ok.  I'm beginning to feel a bit
soiled by the OS now, but maybe there are better things to come.

Ok on to installing a development environment.

After a little bit of research it appears that there are only two viable
integrated development environments for Linux. Well only 1 really.  That
environment is RealBasic.
Faster than I can type Shazam I'm at the RealBasic website downloading the
latest PD version of their programming environment.  It looks quit promising
with it's visual studio style and gizmo's and such.  Visual Studio for
Windows is a truly excellent development environment for Microsoft Windows,
and I would truly be impressed if it were duplicated in the Linux community.

Once the program has been received and installed, I start it and am indeed
immediately greated with a GUI interface. Most excellent.  Within a few
seconds I have a new form in the main window and from the tool bar I select
a button to add to the form.  Most excellent I think to myself, pondering
how well the language will optimize.  Clicking on the form and dragging a
outlign box for the button to be enclosed in however immediately shows a
very, very major problem.  It takes almost a full second between releasing
the mouse button to when the button actually appears on the form.  Resizing
is equally sluggins, taking between .5 seconds and 1 full second...  This is
on a 1.1 Ghz machine operating at just slightly more than 1 operation per
second.

How can you possibly burn over a billion cycles of CPU time just to draw a
button in a window?  Holy smoke.  What's wrong with that picture?

At first I thought it was some sort of post installation inefficiency
madness, turding the application. So I shut down and restarted with exactly
the same results.

The delays are such that it is very difficult to actually resize any of the
tools  Clicks don't get processed and are difficult to release before they
are considered a click and hold operations.

Not good.  Do I start to drag immediately, and drag the cursor out of the
item selected before it's selected (sometimes) or do I wait?  Horrible.

After a little research I find that RealBasic is actually written in
RealBasic.  Which is cool enough, but exactly pinpoints the reason the UI is
so sluggish.  The RealBasic compiler isn't up to snuff - and probably
neither is the language.

The minimum recommended requirement for the langauge is a 1.5 Ghz pentium.
How can anything like this be written so inefficiently?  The mind boggles.

RealBasic was quickly erased from existance at that point.

The next morning when I awoke I found that even though I had shut the Linux
box off, the mouse attached to the machine continued to power it's laser LED
at full brightness.  Ah, another problem.  Power management under Linux
isn't working properly either.

Moving on I note that there is a version of KDevelop that has already been
installed with the OS.  It's not an integrated environment, but it does have
a GUI editor, so I can potentially use that.

Now either the install of KDevelop was broken or something in the Kylik
installation must have boinked KDevelop because while the environment runs
and provides a text based interface, it can't compile anything.  Some error
messages regarding missing files are printed.

Ok I think to myself "The rate at which Linux is shitting on itself is
increasing."  Might as well try a borland package to see how it works.
Borland has an integrated development environment called Kylix that is
downloadable and looks promising.

Shazam It's downloaded and installed.  But during the install it asks me for
the paths to two file sets that haven't been installed.  qt something or
other and some file set called <meaninglessname>.

Ok, I'll install the <meaninglessname> files and then try to run again.  No
Go, <meaninglessname> doesn't appear in a web search and it's not in the
Debian repository.  But <meaninglessname>3 is.  So, I download that.

Reinstalling I am again told that <meaninglessname> doesn't exist and I am
requested to provide a path to it.

But where did the apt-get put the file?  Grep, grep gRep, nothing found.
Now isn't that interesting.  Can't find the file set because they don't have
the same name as the set name, and I haven't been told where they are.

Ok, Maybe I should just go the the Debian repository and install from there.
No go, the file doesn't exist there.  Ok, well maybe I'll uninstall it and
try again.

Nope, the uninstall script doesn't work, and in fact hardly appears to be a
valid script.

When I invoke the uninstall script, It terminates without performing any
operation and without an error or status report.  It ends abruptly as if it
were never executed as far as I can tell.  The application is still
installed.

The Unix ShitPile is growing quite high at this point.

A little research leads me to the Borland site where I am instructed to use
the GNU C compiler to compile the documentation for the application.  Why..
It doesn't run?

Click - Linux is shut down for the rest of the evening.  My head shaking in
disgust.

And on and on it goes.  This Linux application doesn't work, that
application won't load, the other one just has no desktop shortcut
installed, yet another executes apparently but doesn't provde even open a
window.

So after a dozen or so OS installs and with each version failing critically
at some point, or failing to provide a usable environment, I celebrated my
Linix experiment by straping a couple of M90's to my pile of Linux install
disks and blowing them up.

A few strays were nuked in my microwave, and they made a very pretty
sparklie effect as they died.

For good measure I melted a couple with a propane torch.

So long to Linux, the Never Ready for Prime Time OS.  17 years in
development and as much a piece of shit as ever.











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In news:M6bvh.3490$WL2.3424@read1.cgocable.net,
VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> typed:
>
>
> Every once and a while I get the urge

Pity. 


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pearl1 (25)
1/29/2007 12:35:43 AM
VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

>Linux - The never ready OS.
>
>Every once and a while I get the urge to check out the Linux Operating

[screed flush]

>For good measure I melted a couple with a propane torch.
>
>So long to Linux, the Never Ready for Prime Time OS.  17 years in
>development and as much a piece of shit as ever.

Stay tuned for next week when the subject of whining will be Macintosh.

-- 
"To err is human, to cover it up is Weasel" -- Dogbert
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erfc-10241 (1105)
1/29/2007 12:36:30 AM
VistaKing wrote:
>> In news:M6bvh.3490$WL2.3424@read1.cgocable.net,
>> VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> typed:
>>> Every once and a while I get the urge
> 
> 
> "Odessa Sandwich" <pearl@blacksea.com.ua> wrote
>> Pity.
> 
>   Your celabacy is noted. I guess greasy, dorito's eating boomerangers like
> you who live in their parents basement just don't get out enough to see any
> girls.   And those that you do see give you a wide birth.

I think he was commenting on the future of humanity. People like you 
should not be contributing to the gene pool.
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none3 (2113)
1/29/2007 12:44:45 AM
> In news:M6bvh.3490$WL2.3424@read1.cgocable.net,
> VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> typed:
> > Every once and a while I get the urge


"Odessa Sandwich" <pearl@blacksea.com.ua> wrote
> Pity.

  Your celabacy is noted. I guess greasy, dorito's eating boomerangers like
you who live in their parents basement just don't get out enough to see any
girls.   And those that you do see give you a wide birth.



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1/29/2007 12:45:59 AM
Asstroturfer VistaKing wrote on behalf of micoshaft corporation:

> L

Micoshat assholes have taken to the net to promote vista crapola.
Apparently they get paid a laptop if they suck up to promote it.

Don't buy it please. We don't need this from any corporation.

You can instead download and use Linux for free
http://www.livecdlist.com
http://www.distrowatch.com

Linux is infinitely faster and superior to micoshaft products.
75%+ of all new projects in major corporations are Linux and open source.
And you get source code to modify to heart's content the software.
They also come in livecd format so that you can run
from CD without having to install or buy software.

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1/29/2007 12:51:31 AM
'Twas brillig, and the slithy VistaKing did gyre and gimble in the wabe:

> when I have had the
> time and patients.
> 

You're a doctor?

P.
-- 
"This rudderless world is not shaped by vague metaphysical forces. It is not
God who kills the children. Not Fate that butchers them or Destiny that
feeds them to dogs. It's us. Only us." - Rorschach, Watchmen
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no.one1 (58)
1/29/2007 12:53:31 AM
"TheLetterK" <none@none.net> wrote
> I think he was commenting on the future of humanity. People like you
> should not be contributing to the gene pool.

  You want to keep the ape genome pure of our superior DNA sequences do you.

  Do you have a sister?



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1/29/2007 12:59:34 AM
"7" <website_has_email@www.enemygadgets.com> wrote> L
> Micoshat assholes have taken to the net to promote vista crapola.
> Apparently they get paid a laptop if they suck up to promote it.

  Isn't AmeriKKKan capitalism wonderful?


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1/29/2007 1:00:18 AM
"P." <no.one@nomail.afraid.org> wrote
> You're a doctor?

  Bend over and cough.


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1/29/2007 1:02:17 AM
On Monday 29 January 2007 00:45 VistaKing wrote:

> And those that you do see give you a wide birth

The imagination boggles!

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bbgruff (6628)
1/29/2007 1:04:02 AM
7 wrote:
> Asstroturfer VistaKing wrote on behalf of micoshaft corporation:
>
>> L
>
> Micoshat assholes have taken to the net to promote vista crapola.

Your usual innovative posting is so original, little guy.


> Apparently they get paid a laptop if they suck up to promote it.

I'm sure you're for sale much cheaper.

btw, how's the career as a Windows developer coming along?



> Don't buy it please. We don't need this from any corporation.

Buy it if you want to.  It's a good OS.  More secure and stable than XP. 
Beautiful to look at, runs on low-end systems, has the latest gaming API, 
etc.



> You can instead download and use Linux for free
> http://www.livecdlist.com
> http://www.distrowatch.com

For everything but work and play.


> Linux is infinitely faster and superior to micoshaft products.
Lie


> 75%+ of all new projects in major corporations are Linux and open
> source.
Lie


> And you get source code to modify to heart's content the
> software.
Whoopee!  When are you going to learn: NOBODY CARES!  They want their apps 
and music and games and websites and hardware to run.  That's it.


> They also come in livecd format so that you can run
> from CD without having to install or buy software.
Interesting.  Asshold Peter Kohlmann tried to insult me for running Linux 
via Live CD.




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nospam11 (18349)
1/29/2007 1:07:49 AM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> Linux - The never ready OS.


How many times you going to post this blather, Dimwit?
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Trueno (110)
1/29/2007 1:14:37 AM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing Has Frothed:

> Subject:      Linux = Perpetual Failure
> From:         "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com>
> Newsgroups:   alt.os.windows-vista,alt.os.windows-xp,alt.usenet.kooks,comp.os.linux.advocacy,comp.sys.mac
> Date:         Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500
> 
> Linux - The never ready OS.

My various linux installs work perfectly with little effort to cutomize to
suit my tastes.


-- 

Pierre Salinger Memorial Hook, Line & Sinker, June 2004



COOSN-266-06-25794
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meat1 (147)
1/29/2007 1:26:53 AM
Meat Plow wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing Has Frothed:
> 
>> Subject:      Linux = Perpetual Failure
>> From:         "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com>
>> Newsgroups:   alt.os.windows-vista,alt.os.windows-xp,alt.usenet.kooks,comp.os.linux.advocacy,comp.sys.mac
>> Date:         Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500
>>
>> Linux - The never ready OS.
> 
> My various linux installs work perfectly with little effort to cutomize to
> suit my tastes.
> 
> 
400 Linux users in the three clubs I am familiar with have little to 
change when installing different Linux distros, because most of us 
choose the correct Linux Distro for our needs.  The reason there are so 
many Distros, is that each is tailored to the needs of the developer(s) 
who designed the package list.

Hey, 310 Live CDroms are FREE at http://livecdlist.com  and there are 
another 100 top installable distros at http://distrowatch.com

I usually list those URLs because many folks read these lists, and all 
are worthy of the latest info.  This is about Freedom of choice, and no 
friend would ever limit choices!

I do agree that someone who has to crosspost negative dross on several 
lists is too 'type A' personality to maintain an even dialogue and will 
tend to demonstrate the minimalist vocabulary of curses.

I wonder at their attempts to dual boot Vista and XP!
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Linuxiac
1/29/2007 1:46:25 AM
VistaKing wrote:
> "TheLetterK" <none@none.net> wrote
>> I think he was commenting on the future of humanity. People like you
>> should not be contributing to the gene pool.
> 
>   You want to keep the ape genome pure of our superior DNA sequences do you.

Yes, exactly. You need to keep your 'superior' genes out of the human 
gene pool. We certainly wouldn't want to increase the frequency of 
*those* alleles.

If letting you feel that you have 'special' genes keeps you from 
contributing, it's a small price to pay.
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none3 (2113)
1/29/2007 2:07:12 AM
"TheLetterK" <none@none.net> wrote
> Yes, exactly. You need to keep your 'superior' genes out of the human
> gene pool. We certainly wouldn't want to increase the frequency of
> *those* alleles.

  Well there is nothing quite like a LinTurd ape wishing to remain a LinTurd
Ape.



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1/29/2007 2:22:29 AM
"Hachiroku ????" <Trueno@AE86.gts> wrote
> How many times you going to post this blather, Dimwit?

Until you learn, which given your LinTurd status will be until the stars
evaporate.



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1/29/2007 2:24:02 AM
"Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote in message
> My various linux installs work perfectly with little effort to cutomize to
> suit my tastes.

  Which just goes to show you how flakey and useless the Linux OS is.  Today
it works on hardware x, tomorrow it doesn't work on hardware y.  Today it
does, this, an hour from not it kacks all over itself and you get a kernel
panic.

 Game over for Linux.



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1/29/2007 2:25:20 AM
"Linuxiac" <"at yahoo.com "> wrote
> 400 Linux users in the three clubs I am familiar with have little to
> change when installing different Linux distros, because most of us
> choose the correct Linux Distro for our needs.

  I have no doubt that if you walk through a computer store and take great
care in which hardware you chose and which you avoid, or spend months as
your cohorts admit to doing, going dumpster diving for ancient PC shit, then
you can probably cobble together some hardware that Linux supports.

  But for nearly 100% of the people out there, there is going to be one or
two pieces of hardware the OS just won't support unless you recompile your
kernel, write the patch yourself, or perform some other kind of mumbo jumbo.

  Windows on the other hand, just works.

  Vista is out in 2 days.  I smell Lintard Fear.


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1/29/2007 2:28:24 AM

On Jan 29, 12:25 pm, "VistaKing" <BushIsATrai...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> "Meat Plow" <m...@meatplow.local> wrote in message
> > My various linux installs work perfectly with little effort to cutomize to
> > suit my tastes.  Which just goes to show you how flakey and useless the Linux OS is.  Today
> it works on hardware x, tomorrow it doesn't work on hardware y.  Today it
> does, this, an hour from not it kacks all over itself and you get a kernel
> panic.
>
>  Game over for Linux.

Don't forget to tell them that linux will also make their computer 
explode and kill them. And just touching a linux iso will make their 
testicles fall off.

While windows is like Viagra and makes the user want to have sex with 
their PC. I can see you are having sex with your PC now!

Soon you can also have sex with the new car you will be able to buy 
from all the great FUD work you have been doing.

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gateswh (102)
1/29/2007 2:28:48 AM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 21:25:20 -0500, VistaKing Has Frothed:

> "Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote in message
>> My various linux installs work perfectly with little effort to cutomize to
>> suit my tastes.
> 
>   Which just goes to show you how flakey and useless the Linux OS is

No it shows how flakey and useless you are.


-- 

Pierre Salinger Memorial Hook, Line & Sinker, June 2004



COOSN-266-06-25794
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meat1 (147)
1/29/2007 3:17:02 AM
"Bill Gates" <gateswh@usa.com> wrote in message
>  And just touching a linux iso will make their  testicles fall off.

  I doubt that Bill.  But as we all know, Linux is the best thing that ever
happened to Microsoft.



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1/29/2007 3:37:46 AM
On 2007-01-29, Bill Gates <gateswh@usa.com> wrote:
> While windows is like Viagra and makes the user want to have sex with 
> their PC.

Wanting to electrocute yourself through your sexual organs is different
from wanting to "have sex" with an inanimate object. It's even sicker.
You're responsible for people wanting to kill themselves in weird ways.
Doesn't that make you the least bit, I dunno, poisonous to humanity?


-- 
Admittedly, there are a lot of things that are better than sex,
and a lot more that are worse; but there's nothing quite like it...

http://www.websterscafe.com
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jason122 (396)
1/29/2007 4:07:05 AM
On 2007-01-29, VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> "Bill Gates" <gateswh@usa.com> wrote in message
>>  And just touching a linux iso will make their  testicles fall off.
>
>   I doubt that Bill.  But as we all know, Linux is the best thing that ever
> happened to Microsoft.

And Vista is the best thing to happen to Linux. Thanks for returning the
favor.



-- 
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<Crow-> can you write shit in tex and convert it to word?
<Overfiend> \converttoword{shit}

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jason122 (396)
1/29/2007 4:07:05 AM

On Jan 29, 1:37 pm, "VistaKing" <BushIsATrai...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> "Bill Gates" <gate...@usa.com> wrote in message
> >  And just touching a linux iso will make their  testicles fall off.  I doubt that Bill.  But as we all know, Linux is the best thing that ever
> happened to Microsoft.

It sure is. Linux and BSD have helped make Vista what it is. The 
kernel core code owes it quite a lot. I hope you enjoy your free copy. 
Thanks for the dedicated work here on comp.os.linux.advocacy

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gateswh (102)
1/29/2007 4:09:50 AM

On Jan 29, 2:07 pm, Handover Phist <j...@NOSPAMwebsterscafe.com> 
wrote:
> On 2007-01-29, Bill Gates <gate...@usa.com> wrote:
>
> > While windows is like Viagra and makes the user want to have sex with
> > their PC.Wanting to electrocute yourself through your sexual organs is different
> from wanting to "have sex" with an inanimate object. It's even sicker.
> You're responsible for people wanting to kill themselves in weird ways.
> Doesn't that make you the least bit, I dunno, poisonous to humanity?

Oh, so you are one of those technophobes I assume. People had to deal 
with discrimination by homophobic individuals in the past, and now 
this.

How the world changes not. Having sex with your PC is a perfectly 
healthy activity as long as normal precautions are taken. Using an LCD 
monitor is a good start and avoiding high voltage areas is another. 
With a few simple steps, you can have a long and happy relationship.


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gateswh (102)
1/29/2007 4:37:28 AM
VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >   I doubt that Bill.  But as we all know, Linux is the best thing that
ever
> > happened to Microsoft.


"Handover Phist" <jason@NOSPAMwebsterscafe.com> wrote
> And Vista is the best thing to happen to Linux. Thanks for returning the
> favor.

  That was the great hope of the LinTard croud 4 months ago.  Today they
have their mouths shut and you can smell fear in their sweat.



0
1/29/2007 4:40:28 AM
"Bill Gates" <gateswh@usa.com> wrote in message
> It sure is. Linux and BSD have helped make Vista what it is. The
> kernel core code owes it quite a lot. I hope you enjoy your free copy.

As I said earlier Bill, we don't really give a flying fart what kernel is
bing used as long as the OS works.

And Linux doesn't.  It remains a perpetual failure.


0
1/29/2007 4:41:36 AM
VistaKing Has Frothed:
> >   Which just goes to show you how flakey and useless the Linux OS is


"Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote
> No it shows how flakey and useless you are.

  I have had no part in writing the Linux Shit Stick so I am in no way
responsible for it's inability to install itself.  That is the failure of
the LinTard Community.

  Please try to contain yourself Meat, you are making less and less sense
with every post.


0
1/29/2007 4:43:56 AM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 23:43:56 -0500, VistaKing Has Frothed:

> making less and less sense with every post.

That's the story of your pathetic Usenet life.

-- 

Pierre Salinger Memorial Hook, Line & Sinker, June 2004



COOSN-266-06-25794
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meat1 (147)
1/29/2007 4:49:52 AM

On Jan 29, 2:41 pm, "VistaKing" <BushIsATrai...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> "Bill Gates" <gate...@usa.com> wrote in message
> > It sure is. Linux and BSD have helped make Vista what it is. The
> > kernel core code owes it quite a lot. I hope you enjoy your free copy.As I said earlier Bill, we don't really give a flying fart what kernel is
> bing used as long as the OS works.
>
> And Linux doesn't.  It remains a perpetual failure.

Linux works, but MS needs an OS that makes money. Vista will achieved 
this better than any OSS source has managed. It might not be all that 
good, or even work at all, but when it is working, Vista will look 
quite cool.

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gateswh (102)
1/29/2007 4:55:21 AM
DFS wrote:
> 7 wrote:


http://www.mininova.org/tor/560866
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user7 (4036)
1/29/2007 5:02:42 AM
Bill Gates wrote:

> Linux works, but MS needs an OS that makes money. Vista will achieved 
> this better than any OSS source has managed. It might not be all that 
> good, or even work at all, but when it is working, Vista will look 
> quite cool.

If a painter came to paint your house five years ago, and said, I can 
paint your house in a month...and he did, and it looked terrible, so he 
said, I need a year.   He then worked for year and it looked awful. 
Then he asked for another and another...finally he unveiled the house -- 
it was horrific.

Then the painter asked for another year.   What would you say?
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 5:59:11 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> As 

Clearly Microsoft has cut deals making the value of Vista even less to 
bring in revenue.   It's eating itself alive.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 6:01:03 AM
VistaKing wrote:

<snip reposting of still-unoriginal troll>

> 
> So long to Linux, the Never Ready for Prime Time OS.  17 years in
> development and as much a piece of shit as ever.

First release was Q3 '91. This is Q1 '07. You still can't count. And since
you're leaving, *leave*. No one will miss you but you fleas.

-- 
"This rudderless world is not shaped by vague metaphysical forces. It is
not God who kills the children. Not Fate that butchers them or Destiny
that feeds them to dogs. It's us. Only us." - Rorschach, Watchmen
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rob394 (510)
1/29/2007 6:05:39 AM

On Jan 29, 3:59 pm, John Bailo <jaba...@texeme.com> wrote:
> Bill Gates wrote:
> > Linux works, but MS needs an OS that makes money. Vista will achieved
> > this better than any OSS source has managed. It might not be all that
> > good, or even work at all, but when it is working, Vista will look
> > quite cool.If a painter came to paint your house five years ago, and said, I can
> paint your house in a month...and he did, and it looked terrible, so he
> said, I need a year.   He then worked for year and it looked awful.
> Then he asked for another and another...finally he unveiled the house --
> it was horrific.
>
> Then the painter asked for another year.   What would you say?

That's the way you do it. Make promises, do a poor job, then make 
money on the upgrade. Look how well that worked for Windows 95, 98 and 
me!  That made a hell of a lot of money, boy. It's not the product 
that matters. What matters is making money. You make money by selling 
something cheap for a huge profit, and by killing any competitor.  
That's why it's important to kill linux.

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gateswh (102)
1/29/2007 7:19:03 AM
Bill Gates wrote:

> 
> 
> On Jan 29, 3:59 pm, John Bailo <jaba...@texeme.com> wrote:
>> Bill Gates wrote:
>> > Linux works, but MS needs an OS that makes money. Vista will achieved
>> > this better than any OSS source has managed. It might not be all that
>> > good, or even work at all, but when it is working, Vista will look
>> > quite cool.If a painter came to paint your house five years ago, and
>> > said, I can
>> paint your house in a month...and he did, and it looked terrible, so he
>> said, I need a year.   He then worked for year and it looked awful.
>> Then he asked for another and another...finally he unveiled the house --
>> it was horrific.
>>
>> Then the painter asked for another year.   What would you say?
> 
> That's 

Yes, that's the way Vista operates.

1985: OS/2 Microsoft abandons project, blames IBM
1989: Promises true 32-bit computing, delivers 16-bit mismash
1995: Information At Your Finger Tips: Came and went
1999: Cairo.  What?
2002: Longhorn...the drunken revery of a bunch of Canadian ski bums
2007: Vista...marketing disaster extrodinary.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 7:26:58 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "Bill Gates" <gateswh@usa.com> wrote in message
>> Linux works,
> 
>   It just won't install.

Then buy it preinstalled.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 7:30:39 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "John Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
>> Then the painter asked for another year.   What would you say?
> 
> I 

Yes, I agree, that painter is MS Paint.

Next.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 7:30:59 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "John Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
>> Clearly Microsoft has cut deals making the value of Vista even less to
>> bring in revenue.   It's eating itself alive.
> 
>   Really...

Yes, thanks for agreeing.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 7:31:49 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "John Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
>> Then the painter asked for another year.   What would you say?
> 
> I would 

That it's MS Paint.

True.


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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 7:32:13 AM
"Bill Gates" <gateswh@usa.com> wrote in message
> Linux works,

  It just won't install.



0
1/29/2007 7:34:00 AM
"John Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
> Then the painter asked for another year.   What would you say?

I would say that the painter is a LinDroid.  Has all the same
characteristics.

Linux - the Never Ready for Prime Time OS.


0
1/29/2007 7:35:02 AM
"John Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
> Clearly Microsoft has cut deals making the value of Vista even less to
> bring in revenue.   It's eating itself alive.

  Really?  No evidence of that.  But who knows.

  2 days until the public launch, and already there are more Vista users
than LinTurds.



0
1/29/2007 7:36:18 AM
"Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote
> That's the story of your pathetic Usenet life.

  Ahahah, I have been insulted by some snot nosed adolescent calling itself
"meat plow"

  It's as if I've been pooped on by a gnat.

  The gnat has taken great pride in his excrement and feels he has made some
spectacular statement for gnat kind.

  He is lucky I even noticed.



0
1/29/2007 7:40:51 AM
"Rob Hughes" <rob@robhughes.com> wrote in message
> First release was Q3 '91. This is Q1 '07. You still can't count. And since
> you're leaving, *leave*. No one will miss you but you fleas.

  Yes I did notices lots of fleas here when I arrived.  Why do LinTards take
so much pride in suckling them?



0
1/29/2007 7:42:44 AM
"John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote in message
> 2007: Vista...marketing disaster extrodinary.

Vista already has more users than Linux ever has had.  If that's a failure
what is the Linux experience if not outright catastrophe.

Public release of Vista in 2 days.  Vista market share down to 1.5% in 2
years.

Snicker.


0
1/29/2007 7:59:49 AM
"John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
> Yes, I agree, that painter is MS Paint.

   Why would a LinTard use MSPaint?

  Oh yes, because da Gimp is a piece of shit.



0
1/29/2007 8:00:56 AM
"John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
> Then buy it preinstalled.

  That is a real possibility.  But sadly for Linux, marketing Linux based
PC's seems to be nearly impossible.

  No one wants to run the Linux Shit Stick.

  I don't blame them.


0
1/29/2007 8:02:36 AM
> > "John Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
> >> Clearly Microsoft has cut deals making the value of Vista even less to
> >> bring in revenue.   It's eating itself alive.

> VistaKing wrote:
> >   Really...

"John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote in message
> Yes, thanks for agreeing.

I don't remember agreeing.  But I do remember saying...

  Really?  No evidence of that.  But who knows.

  2 days until the public launch, and already there are more Vista users
than LinTurds.


0
1/29/2007 8:03:40 AM
VistaKing wrote:

>> > "John Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
>> >> Clearly Microsoft has cut deals making the value of Vista even less to
>> >> bring in revenue.   It's eating itself alive.
> 
>> VistaKing wrote:
>> >   Really...
> 
> "John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote in message
>> Yes, thanks for agreeing.
> 
> I don't remember 

Drunk again...drunk again.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 8:15:17 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
>> Then buy it preinstalled.
> 
>   That is a real possibility.  

Great...
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 8:15:57 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote in message
>> 2007: Vista...marketing disaster extrodinary.
> 
> Vista 

N. An overlook...one that Microsofties are hurling themselves from.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 8:17:00 AM
VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
>> Yes, I agree, that painter is MS Paint.
> 
>    Why would a LinTard use MSPaint?

We wouldn't.   It would drip and run at the first rainfall.
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jabailo (8241)
1/29/2007 8:17:26 AM
On Mon, 29 Jan 2007 02:40:51 -0500, VistaKing did most oddly state:
> "Meat Plow" wrote
>> That's the story of your pathetic Usenet life.
> 
>   Ahahah, I have been insulted by some snot nosed adolescent calling
>   itself "meat plow"
> 
>   It's as if I've been pooped on by a gnat.
> 
>   The gnat has taken great pride in his excrement and feels he has made
>   some spectacular statement for gnat kind.
> 
>   He is lucky I even noticed.

Oh, look, it's Ego The Living Planet. Huh, I thought you were fictional.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
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Demon Lord of Confusion
COOSN-029-06-71069
Supreme High Overlord of rec.radio.*
Chuck Lysaght: Tarred & Feathered!

"Fredbot == SameAsB4 == TGOOS

"You are stalking me, even after I thrashed ya." -- PorchMonkey4Life,
a veritable combination of Sherlock Holmes and Doc Savage for the 21st
Century. No, really. Would I lie? MID: <zaUqh.2972$E35.415@trnddc02>

"He unleashes a fecal explosion he time he posts. He uses so many nyms
because he gets beaten so easily and so convincingly in flame wars and
tries to hide behind nyms in the hopes of getting a fresh start. To bad
for him that his lameness keep shining through like a beacon for all
tards (e.g., SameAs$B4, Demon Spawn, Barbara's Pus$y, FredBot,
TGOOS, ......, etc)" -- Monkey-man identifies <jitter> as me, among
others, in broken English, in MID: <Z_Xqh.3167$E35.215@trnddc02>

"Q: What do you call someone in the White House who is honest, caring,
and well-read? 
A: A tourist." -- Anonymous

"It would be offly hard for any of you to abuse me on usenet. Really. I
have the advantage. I could easily turn alt.usenet.kooks into a cesspool
of encoded posts. Bringing the noise ratio up so high as to make the
group worthless. Anybody who can code could do this, why nobody has
bothered before now is beyond me. The ultimate spamming engine..
'BAWAHAHA'" -- Dustbin "Outer Filth" K00k's delusions of grandeur
reached new heights, in Message-ID:
<Xns98355D29419B9HHI2948AJD832@69.28.186.121>
"Immorality: The morality of those who are having a better time." -- H.
L. Mencken

   "Consider that language a moment. 'Purposefully and materially
supported hostilities against the United States' is in the eye of the
beholder, and this administration has proven itself to be astonishingly
impatient with criticism of any kind. The broad powers given to Bush by
this legislation allow him to capture, indefinitely detain, and refuse a
hearing to any American citizen who speaks out against Iraq or any other
part of the so-called 'War on Terror.'

   "If you write a letter to the editor attacking Bush, you could be
deemed as purposefully and materially supporting hostilities against the
United States. If you organize or join a public demonstration against
Iraq, or against the administration, the same designation could befall
you. One dark-comedy aspect of the legislation is that senators or House
members who publicly disagree with Bush, criticize him, or organize
investigations into his dealings could be placed under the same
designation. In effect, Congress just gave Bush the power to lock them
up." -- William Rivers Pitt

"It has become clear in recent months that a critical mass of the American
people have seen through the lies of the Bush administration; with the
president's polls at an historic low, growing resistance to the war Iraq,
and the Democrats likely to take back the Congress in mid-term elections,
the Bush administration is on the ropes. And so it is particularly
worrying that President Bush has seen fit, at this juncture to, in effect,
declare himself dictator." -- Frank Morales
http://www.uruknet.biz/?p=m27769&hd=0&size=1&l=e&fark

"No man in History, including JESUS CHRIST, has directly revealed to
the World the SATANIC WEAPON used to enslave mankind -- INTELLECTUAL
THOUGHT!!" -- Ray Karczewski repeatedly proves his words in every post
he makes
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godofodd (82)
1/29/2007 11:31:58 AM
On 2007-01-29, TheLetterK <none@none.net> claimed:
> VistaKing wrote:
>>> In news:M6bvh.3490$WL2.3424@read1.cgocable.net,
>>> VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> typed:
>>>> Every once and a while I get the urge
>> 
>> 
>> "Odessa Sandwich" <pearl@blacksea.com.ua> wrote
>>> Pity.
>> 
>>   Your celabacy is noted. I guess greasy, dorito's eating boomerangers like
>> you who live in their parents basement just don't get out enough to see any
>> girls.   And those that you do see give you a wide birth.
>
> I think he was commenting on the future of humanity. People like you 
> should not be contributing to the gene pool.

I doubt there's much to fear there. Women are ordinarily smarter than
that. And I doubt he could cross-pollinate with chickens and goats.

-- 
Windows doesn't have any bugs. It just develops random features.
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fardblossom (4529)
1/29/2007 12:22:08 PM
"VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in news:mQevh.3531$WL2.2493
@read1.cgocable.net:

> 
> VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> >   I doubt that Bill.  But as we all know, Linux is the best thing that
> ever
>> > happened to Microsoft.
> 
> 
> "Handover Phist" <jason@NOSPAMwebsterscafe.com> wrote
>> And Vista is the best thing to happen to Linux. Thanks for returning the
>> favor.
> 
>   That was the great hope of the LinTard croud 4 months ago.  Today they
> have their mouths shut and you can smell fear in their sweat.
> 
And yet, it is you who are here, in a linux group frantically trying to 
drum up support for Vista.

Says it all really.
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usenet5048 (1061)
1/29/2007 1:24:33 PM
"AB" <fardblossom@gmail.com> wrote
> And I doubt he could cross-pollinate with chickens and goats.

  First dung eating becomes associated with LinTards and now an interest in
Animal Husbandry.

  I think we are only scratching at the surface of what really motivates the
pimple laden, greasy LinTard menace.



0
1/29/2007 3:12:39 PM
"Jamie Hart" <usenet@jhart.ath.cx> wrote
> And yet, it is you who are here, in a linux group frantically trying to
> drum up support for Vista.

 Moi?  Drum up support for Vista?  Don't be silly.  Vista's DRM puts it low
on the list for me.

I'm just letting you Tards know why you will always be failures.



0
1/29/2007 3:16:06 PM
"John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote
> N. An overlook...one that Microsofties are hurling themselves from.

Stores open at 12:00 pm tonight so that people can purchase their copies
early.



0
1/29/2007 3:17:12 PM
> VistaKing wrote:
> >    Why would a LinTard use MSPaint?


"John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote in message
> We wouldn't.   It would drip and run at the first rainfall.

  So LinTards use their computers out in the rain.

  Exactly what I expect from morons.

  Thanx for the conformation.


0
1/29/2007 3:18:17 PM
"John A. Bailo" <jabailo@texeme.com> wrote in message
> Drunk again...drunk again.

From the content of your posts, there was never really any doubt.  I bet
you couldn't walk a straight line if you tried - at least not without
pissing yourself.


0
1/29/2007 3:19:16 PM
"VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in
news:d8ovh.18506$Ah.766@read2.cgocable.net: 

> 
> "Jamie Hart" <usenet@jhart.ath.cx> wrote
>> And yet, it is you who are here, in a linux group frantically trying
>> to drum up support for Vista.
> 
>  Moi?  Drum up support for Vista?  Don't be silly.  Vista's DRM puts
>  it low 
> on the list for me.
> 
> I'm just letting you Tards know why you will always be failures.
> 
Yeah, Yeah. Whatever you say.  Your not really in here spouting off about 
how good you think vista is. Not even a little tiny bit you're not.

If you bury your head in the sand for long enough, maybe you can convince 
yourself that Linux users give a fuck about Vista.

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usenet5048 (1061)
1/29/2007 3:25:20 PM
VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
of<ZBbvh.18325$Ah.8300@read2.cgocable.net>:

>
>"7" <website_has_email@www.enemygadgets.com> wrote> L
>> Micoshat assholes have taken to the net to promote vista crapola.
>> Apparently they get paid a laptop if they suck up to promote it.
>
>  Isn't AmeriKKKan capitalism wonderful?
>
Dont you think that by admitting you shill that you'll loose 
credibility?
:)

heres a linky:
www.badvista.org
www.defectivebydesign.org

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snuhwolf5150 (118)
1/29/2007 4:20:36 PM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 21:25:20 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> "Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote in message
>> My various linux installs work perfectly with little effort to cutomize
>> to suit my tastes.
> 
>   Which just goes to show you how flakey and useless the Linux OS is. 
>   Today
> it works on hardware x, tomorrow it doesn't work on hardware y.  Today it
> does, this, an hour from not it kacks all over itself and you get a kernel
> panic.

When does it do this, exactly?
Requires a hell of a lot less reboots than any Windows OS.


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aldo (106)
1/29/2007 5:54:19 PM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 22:17:02 -0500, Meat Plow wrote:

> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 21:25:20 -0500, VistaKing Has Frothed:
> 
>> "Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote in message
>>> My various linux installs work perfectly with little effort to cutomize
>>> to suit my tastes.
>> 
>>   Which just goes to show you how flakey and useless the Linux OS is
> 
> No it shows how flakey and useless you are.


As in the case of all who can't comprehend, they condemn rather than try
to understand. 
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aldo (106)
1/29/2007 5:55:39 PM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 21:24:02 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "Hachiroku ????" <Trueno@AE86.gts> wrote
>> How many times you going to post this blather, Dimwit?
> 
> Until you learn, which given your LinTurd status will be until the stars
> evaporate.

Learn what? You're a k00k? Got that quite a while ago.


0
Trueno (110)
1/29/2007 5:56:42 PM
On Mon, 29 Jan 2007 00:51:31 +0000, 7 wrote:

> Asstroturfer VistaKing wrote on behalf of micoshaft corporation:
> 
>> L
> 
> Micoshat assholes have taken to the net to promote vista crapola.
> Apparently they get paid a laptop if they suck up to promote it.
> 
> Don't buy it please. We don't need this from any corporation.
> 
> You can instead download and use Linux for free http://www.livecdlist.com
> http://www.distrowatch.com
> 
> Linux is infinitely faster and superior to micoshaft products. 75%+ of all
> new projects in major corporations are Linux and open source. And you get
> source code to modify to heart's content the software. They also come in
> livecd format so that you can run from CD without having to install or buy
> software.


I don't think this 'expert' could get a Live CD to work either. 
He'd probably just munge his system with Knoppix.
Or, he'd click on INSTALL in Ubuntu, blow through all the warnings (since
he doesn't seem to bother with documentation very much) and then come
back crying about "...how stupid Linux ruined my system..."

Nah, don't bother trying to get him to try it.
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aldo (106)
1/29/2007 6:00:14 PM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500
"VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Linux - The never ready OS.
> 
> Every once and a while I get the urge to check out the Linux Operating
> system. I've never been fully happy with Microsoft Windows and never
> happy with Microsoft as a company, and I am eager to switch to an OS
> which provides good or better performance and utility than
> experienced with Microsoft windows.
> 
> Linux gets the most hype and while MacOS and Solaris are also
> potential candidates, they always lose out because 1. MacOS comes
> from a flake company who don't really produce computers, they produce
> Ipods, and Solaris has even a smaller user base than Linux.  So, I
> always end up auding Linux.
> 
> I first saw Linux back in the 486 era when it was barely a year old.
> It was running on a 486 and was pleased to see how fast it managed to
> list it's directories compared to the speed of DOS on my 386.
> However it was clear even at that time, that Linux would never be a
> challenge to Microsoft DOS, because Linux was developing into nothing
> more than a Unix clone, and Unix had been completely rejected in
> favour of Microsoft DOS by the desktop computing community.
> 
> Typing a few commands into the Linux console, and watching the shell
> spit out cryptic and incomprehensible error messages made me laugh
> out loud I remember, and then turn off the machine, and walk away in
> complete and utter disgust at the lack of vision in the Unix/Linux
> community.
> 
> A few years later, I abandoned the DOS command line, in favour of the
> vastly superior Windows 95 GUI - having successfully ignored all
> earlier versions of Microsoft Windows being the absolute Dogs they
> were.
> 
> I gave Linux another shot at impressing me again that year, and once
> again I was presented with the same text command line that I had seen
> years earlier. The same cryptic commands, the same useless error
> messages, the same user hostility and the same absolute lack of
> vision in the Unix/Linux community.
> 
> When X-windows for Linux arrived, I gave the OS another shot.  X11
> had the potential of competing with Microsoft windows in terms of
> ease of use - if implemented correctly.  I noted however, that after
> booting the X11 server from the command line, that what was presented
> was a graphical desktop from which multiple command line shells would
> be presented in a nice overlapping manner.  It was a hollow desktop
> with no icon to file mapping, no desktop management, no device
> control, no computer management functions - other than those that
> were managed via command line and with each of those shells I was
> presented with the same text command line that I had seen years
> earlier. The same cryptic commands, the same useless error messages,
> the same user hostility and the same absolute lack of vision in the
> Unix/Linux community.
> 
> It wasn't all command line though, there were a host of screen savers
> for the OS, and I decided to check out it's graphic potential by
> running through those.  20% of them either failed to run, or crashed,
> with several taking out the entire OS.
> 
> I laughed and turned the machine off.
> 
> It's now about 5 years later and I've just given Linux yet another
> attempt to impress me, and impress upon me why I should keep it on my
> computer. I've given it a good shot, not simply seconds or minutes,
> or even an hour like the last time, but a full month or so of effort
> - when I have had the time and patients.
> 
> The results are in.  Linux - while considerably improved over it's
> crash prone past, is still a very, very long way from usability, and
> offers essentially <zero> challenge to Microosft Windows.
> 
> The Linux Desktop is now much more than a simple means of managing
> multiple text based terminal windows.  Kudo's to the developers.
> 
> In many respects the desktop I have become familiar with (KDE) is as
> good as the desktop supplied with W95.  But in many ways it's also
> inferior, and suffers from a variety of problems - consistancy being
> one, completeness being another.
> 
> Linux however, is still a command line driven environment.  Try as
> they might the various providers of Linux, with all thier
> incompatible tinkering, have yet to provide a version of the OS,
> where you can avoid decending to the same incredably hostile and
> brain dead command line environment whose stench permiates ever
> previous version of Unix/Linux.
> 
> But ok, I said to myself, dealing with Unix command line filth has
> been minimized, so maybe I can live with that.  Maybe I can adjust to
> an environment where graphical shells are slapped on top of command
> line interfaces, and where a command appropriately labeled find in
> the shell, is ultimately mapped onto some command called PinkiBoingo
> in some randomly assigned executable directory.  But then again,
> maybe not.
> 
> I started auditing Linux on a brand new Duel Core Athelon machine
> running an Nvidia chipset, and I was keen to see how an aledgedly
> efficient OS would fly on multiple cores.  Alas, I never managed to
> find out, because in the half dozen x86 versions of Linux I
> installed, none managed to function well enough to be testable.  In
> fact most wouldn't install at all.   Some couldn't find the network
> card, which made installing other applications impossible.  Some
> didnt' recognize the Nvidia Video card, and while one version
> actually defaulted to VESA video it failed to provide a mouse pointer
> making pointing to anything on the screen somewhat difficult.
> 
> Eventually in the case of the lost mouse pointer, I found out that I
> could edit a random text file with some random title, and alter a
> randomly named switch so that a software cursor would be used instead
> of the hardware cursor that wasn't working, but after that networking
> problems became clearer, and eventually after installing an MP3
> codec, the OS just had a kernel panic and Linux was dead, quickly
> replaced with a version of Windows 2000 which installed flawlessly,
> and supported the duel core Athelon quite nicely.
> 
> I religaed Linux to my older machine at this point and installed a
> version of RedHat Linux first.  At this point I was looking to create
> a stable Linux environment that could be used for casual computing
> with some development tools so I could audit the OS more thoughly.
> 
> No Joy with Redhat.  Working environment was too poor.
> No Joy with Ubuntu.  The inability to log on as Admin displeased me
> greatly. No Joy with Susie.   It just pissed me off due to lack of
> any codec support like all the others.
> Then there was Freespire.
> 
> I much prefer Freespire's philosophy of providing the user with some
> multimedia capability out of the box, even though the codecs and
> applications may be propriatory.  And Freespire installed with Windows
> networking compatability turned on and capable of immediately
> connecting to a windows network.   Joy....
> 
> Joy yes, but joy only for so long.
> 
> Freespire is by far the best version of Linux I have yet to audit
> (What do you do with Linux? You install it.) Networking works, XMMS
> is easy enough to install, and if you don't there is always real
> player.  It plays many video file formats without any hastles, and
> the user interface of version 1.0 is actually quite good.  VLC is
> generally available but isn't as good as the Windows version.
> 
> "Maybe", I found myself thinking as I toured the OS surface, it's
> time to emmigrate from the often quirky and always inefficient state
> of Microsoft to the shiny new land of Linux and what appeared to be
> it's newly reformed Linspire ideology.
> 
> Well, it's not quite so easy as that.
> 
> The first thing I noticed, is that my networking card - which is a
> 10/100 card is only operating at 10 Mbps.  Ok Ill reconfigure that.
> I saw a device manager in here somewhere, lets get going.
> 
> Several hours later I conclude that there is no real device manager,
> even in Freespire.  In the other versions of the Linux OS, a device
> manager is supplied...   Well the program calls itself a device
> manager, but in actuality there is no ability to manage any devices
> from these utilities. Oh, they may list device properties, but they
> provide no management functions.  Need to change a buffer location or
> size?  Device manager tells you where they are, what their size is,
> but provides no ability to change these params.
> 
> Need to manually set the speed of your Network Card?  Device manager
> might tell you it's current operating speed, but provides no means of
> actually altering the speed.
> 
> Linspire differs primarily in the honesty with which it announces it's
> device reporting utility.  It doesn't use the word "manager" in the
> title since the program - like all the other Linux device utilities,
> provide no management functions at all.
> 
> Ok. So I'll live with a slower than necessary Network card for the
> moment. It's not a big deal, lets play some MP3's and relax.  Hmmm,
> the audio level appears to be very low, lets adjust it up.  No Joy.
> It's only when I reach the upper two "notches" of the volume control
> does the volume of the output sound noticabely increease.  Also, when
> the volume is finally changed, the sound levels are now dramatically
> disproportionate between the left and right channel,   Hmmmm.  There
> is a problem with the sound mixer.
> 
> Ok so I grab another sound mixer from the net, and off I go.  Same
> problem. So I grab another... Same problem.  And another.  Same
> problem...
> 
> Obvously there is some underlying problem with the sound driver, and
> not the mxier controls.
> 
> So I play around with the various mixer controls, playing with the
> say - microphone control and having the left side of the master
> volume control cut in and out, and finally come across a series of
> settings which is acceptable.
> 
> 
> Ok I think to myself, this is a little bit of a pain, but I can live
> with it.  Who knows, someone might fix it, and once I get some
> development tools installed, I might fix it myself.  Time to move on.
> 
> Soon after I notice that while trying to compose some text via a
> supplied text editor that I can not insert text.  The insert button
> on my keyboard has been brilliantly removed in place of an expanded
> delete key.  To insert I now must use the insert key on the numeic
> keyboard - prssing Shift-0 (insert).
> 
> Doesn't work. Pressing Shift Insert doesn't work.  Hmm, no insert?  I
> seem to remember it working yesterday when I tried it.  Shift-0
> again.  "0" appears under my cursor.
> 
> Hmmmmm.  This worked yesterday - why not today?  Must be something set
> differently.  So I try toggling the numlock state.  Sure enough insert
> works.  But it only works when the numlock state is active. In other
> words when the insert key is <not> supposed to be mapped to the
> number 0.  So the key state is inverted to that used by windows.
> 
> Brilliant I tells ya.. brilliant.
> 
> I can put up with this variance as well. Ok.  I'm beginning to feel a
> bit soiled by the OS now, but maybe there are better things to come.
> 
> Ok on to installing a development environment.
> 
> After a little bit of research it appears that there are only two
> viable integrated development environments for Linux. Well only 1
> really.  That environment is RealBasic.
> Faster than I can type Shazam I'm at the RealBasic website
> downloading the latest PD version of their programming environment.
> It looks quit promising with it's visual studio style and gizmo's and
> such.  Visual Studio for Windows is a truly excellent development
> environment for Microsoft Windows, and I would truly be impressed if
> it were duplicated in the Linux community.
> 
> Once the program has been received and installed, I start it and am
> indeed immediately greated with a GUI interface. Most excellent.
> Within a few seconds I have a new form in the main window and from
> the tool bar I select a button to add to the form.  Most excellent I
> think to myself, pondering how well the language will optimize.
> Clicking on the form and dragging a outlign box for the button to be
> enclosed in however immediately shows a very, very major problem.  It
> takes almost a full second between releasing the mouse button to when
> the button actually appears on the form.  Resizing is equally
> sluggins, taking between .5 seconds and 1 full second...  This is on
> a 1.1 Ghz machine operating at just slightly more than 1 operation
> per second.
> 
> How can you possibly burn over a billion cycles of CPU time just to
> draw a button in a window?  Holy smoke.  What's wrong with that
> picture?
> 
> At first I thought it was some sort of post installation inefficiency
> madness, turding the application. So I shut down and restarted with
> exactly the same results.
> 
> The delays are such that it is very difficult to actually resize any
> of the tools  Clicks don't get processed and are difficult to release
> before they are considered a click and hold operations.
> 
> Not good.  Do I start to drag immediately, and drag the cursor out of
> the item selected before it's selected (sometimes) or do I wait?
> Horrible.
> 
> After a little research I find that RealBasic is actually written in
> RealBasic.  Which is cool enough, but exactly pinpoints the reason
> the UI is so sluggish.  The RealBasic compiler isn't up to snuff -
> and probably neither is the language.
> 
> The minimum recommended requirement for the langauge is a 1.5 Ghz
> pentium. How can anything like this be written so inefficiently?  The
> mind boggles.
> 
> RealBasic was quickly erased from existance at that point.
> 
> The next morning when I awoke I found that even though I had shut the
> Linux box off, the mouse attached to the machine continued to power
> it's laser LED at full brightness.  Ah, another problem.  Power
> management under Linux isn't working properly either.
> 
> Moving on I note that there is a version of KDevelop that has already
> been installed with the OS.  It's not an integrated environment, but
> it does have a GUI editor, so I can potentially use that.
> 
> Now either the install of KDevelop was broken or something in the
> Kylik installation must have boinked KDevelop because while the
> environment runs and provides a text based interface, it can't
> compile anything.  Some error messages regarding missing files are
> printed.
> 
> Ok I think to myself "The rate at which Linux is shitting on itself is
> increasing."  Might as well try a borland package to see how it works.
> Borland has an integrated development environment called Kylix that is
> downloadable and looks promising.
> 
> Shazam It's downloaded and installed.  But during the install it asks
> me for the paths to two file sets that haven't been installed.  qt
> something or other and some file set called <meaninglessname>.
> 
> Ok, I'll install the <meaninglessname> files and then try to run
> again.  No Go, <meaninglessname> doesn't appear in a web search and
> it's not in the Debian repository.  But <meaninglessname>3 is.  So, I
> download that.
> 
> Reinstalling I am again told that <meaninglessname> doesn't exist and
> I am requested to provide a path to it.
> 
> But where did the apt-get put the file?  Grep, grep gRep, nothing
> found. Now isn't that interesting.  Can't find the file set because
> they don't have the same name as the set name, and I haven't been
> told where they are.
> 
> Ok, Maybe I should just go the the Debian repository and install from
> there. No go, the file doesn't exist there.  Ok, well maybe I'll
> uninstall it and try again.
> 
> Nope, the uninstall script doesn't work, and in fact hardly appears
> to be a valid script.
> 
> When I invoke the uninstall script, It terminates without performing
> any operation and without an error or status report.  It ends
> abruptly as if it were never executed as far as I can tell.  The
> application is still installed.
> 
> The Unix ShitPile is growing quite high at this point.
> 
> A little research leads me to the Borland site where I am instructed
> to use the GNU C compiler to compile the documentation for the
> application.  Why.. It doesn't run?
> 
> Click - Linux is shut down for the rest of the evening.  My head
> shaking in disgust.
> 
> And on and on it goes.  This Linux application doesn't work, that
> application won't load, the other one just has no desktop shortcut
> installed, yet another executes apparently but doesn't provde even
> open a window.
> 
> So after a dozen or so OS installs and with each version failing
> critically at some point, or failing to provide a usable environment,
> I celebrated my Linix experiment by straping a couple of M90's to my
> pile of Linux install disks and blowing them up.
> 
> A few strays were nuked in my microwave, and they made a very pretty
> sparklie effect as they died.
> 
> For good measure I melted a couple with a propane torch.
> 
> So long to Linux, the Never Ready for Prime Time OS.  17 years in
> development and as much a piece of shit as ever.
> 

YHBT


-- 
Regards, Ed                      :: http://www.usenix.org.uk
proud java person
Chuck Norris can do two cock-pushups. 
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ed159 (1511)
1/29/2007 7:59:14 PM
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> Linux - The never ready OS.
> 
< snip 330 lines of crud >

If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed on a machine with
half the CPU power and less than a quarter of the RAM of a machine with
(equally recently installed) XPSP2 and get things done faster on it,
without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of the
iminent BSOD.

You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
that to an extent will do Internet routing (please dont give me a lecture
on how fantastic these new wireless jobbies are, I'm not interested) with
totally unconfigurable DHCP, pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
the machine, when I can pay nothing to have something do exactly what I
want and be secure and stable? Add to that, the same spec box will record
off the telly to .mpeg file while burning off a disk at the same time
without falling over.

The only reason I still keep a Winblows box around is for PC games and
MP3's.

Admittadly, I haven't played much with SunOS or Mac, but they seem pretty
sweet to me.

Fucking idiot.
0
1/29/2007 9:05:21 PM
On 2007-01-29, Jamie Hart <usenet@jhart.ath.cx> claimed:
> "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in
> news:d8ovh.18506$Ah.766@read2.cgocable.net: 
>
>> 
>> "Jamie Hart" <usenet@jhart.ath.cx> wrote
>>> And yet, it is you who are here, in a linux group frantically trying
>>> to drum up support for Vista.
>> 
>>  Moi?  Drum up support for Vista?  Don't be silly.  Vista's DRM puts
>>  it low 
>> on the list for me.
>> 
>> I'm just letting you Tards know why you will always be failures.
>> 
> Yeah, Yeah. Whatever you say.  Your not really in here spouting off about 
> how good you think vista is. Not even a little tiny bit you're not.
>
> If you bury your head in the sand for long enough, maybe you can convince 
> yourself that Linux users give a fuck about Vista.

The only thing I care about is the number of people who actually show
up. Not so much *care* about it as being *curious* about it.

Based on predictions of low expectations and demand, I have to wonder
why anybody other than MS is even bothering to make anything of it. I'd
imagine one of the network stations will find the store that has paid
shills waiting in line for the "mad rush" that will happen at midnight
somewhere. But I think they'll have to go to the one mentioned in the
press release they get because nobody will be at the others.

Microcenter sent me an email saying they were going to open at midnight
to accomodate early buyers. I'd love to see it on TV at midnight, 2AM,
4AM and 6AM, showing 2 or 3 people total (other than sales pukes)
throughout the early opening period.

Not that I'm wishing for that so much as expecting that the whole
thing's not going to amount to much. I won't lose sleep over it
whichever way it all turns out.

-- 
Microsoft's relationship to its users is that of the blue whale to
krill. Our only purpose is to breed, feed and get squeezed against its
giant tongue until every last drop of money is released.
 -- Rupert Goodwins, ZDNet(UK)
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fardblossom (4529)
1/29/2007 10:14:14 PM
ed wrote:

>YHBT

Did you have to quote the full troll-post for that witty response,
moron?

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chrisv (22840)
1/29/2007 10:31:11 PM
On Mon, 29 Jan 2007 16:31:11 -0600
chrisv <chrisv@nospam.invalid> wrote:

> ed wrote:
> 
> >YHBT
> 
> Did you have to quote the full troll-post for that witty response,
> moron?
> 

i just couldnt be bothered to cut it. ive had a long day. cutting that
just seemed like way too much work... 

-- 
Regards, Ed                      :: http://s5h.net/qf
proud bash person
When the founding fathers decided that it would be necessary to coin 
money, they first had to consult Vin Diesel, who at the time had yet 
to create metals. 
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ed159 (1511)
1/29/2007 10:56:20 PM
Intrepid Logic wrote:

> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> 
>> Linux - The never ready OS.
>> 
> < snip 330 lines of crud >
> 
> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed on a machine with
> half the CPU power and less than a quarter of the RAM of a machine with
> (equally recently installed) XPSP2 and get things done faster on it,
> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of
> the iminent BSOD.

A waste of fingers on a crossposting troll who thinks all OS's are crap and
unstable. Supposedly he can't even run windows without it crashing every
couple of hours. A bored kid with nothing to do who likes to cut and paste
troll material all day...
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usenet52 (1282)
1/29/2007 11:33:26 PM
Bubba wrote:
> DFS wrote:
>> 7 wrote:
>
>
> http://www.mininova.org/tor/560866

?



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nospam11 (18349)
1/30/2007 3:56:39 AM
John Bailo wrote:
> Bill Gates wrote:
>
>> Linux works, but MS needs an OS that makes money. Vista will achieved
>> this better than any OSS source has managed. It might not be all that
>> good, or even work at all, but when it is working, Vista will look
>> quite cool.
>
> If a painter came to paint your house five years ago, and said, I can
> paint your house in a month...and he did, and it looked terrible, so
> he said, I need a year.   He then worked for year and it looked awful.
> Then he asked for another and another...finally he unveiled the house
> -- it was horrific.
>
> Then the painter asked for another year.   What would you say?

"Gack!  I never imagined how bad an open source paint job could look.
You're employed by the Wine project, obviously.  Get out of my Network
Neighborhood, and don't come back!"




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nospam11 (18349)
1/30/2007 3:56:48 AM
Jamie Hart wrote:

> If you bury your head in the sand for long enough, maybe you can
> convince yourself that Linux users give a fuck about Vista.

A year and a half of constant cola posts and Vista discussion - by Linux
"advocates" - belies your claim.

Desperate posts by Ubuntu users saying "Vista is introducing alot of new 
features and I'm pretty sure we can (or will very shortly) replicate most of 
those features in Ubuntu." belie your claim.

Dozens of articles in Linux magazines comparing Linux to Vista belie your 
claim.

Somebody has their head buried, and it sure isn't VistaKing.



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nospam11 (18349)
1/30/2007 4:01:45 AM
"Jamie Hart" <usenet@jhart.ath.cx> wrote in message
> And yet, it is you who are here, in a linux group frantically trying to
> drum up support for Vista.

I smell LinTurd fear.


0
1/30/2007 5:39:18 AM
"Tim Fairchild" <usenet@bcs4me.com> wrote
> A waste of fingers on a crossposting troll who thinks all OS's are crap
and
> unstable. Supposedly he can't even run windows without it crashing every
> couple of hours.

 Oh, Windows has been running here for several months.at least without a
crash.  They just don't occurr.



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1/30/2007 5:41:24 AM
"DFS" <nospam@dfs_.com> wrote in
news:uqzvh.11197$qt.5705@bignews5.bellsouth.net: 

> Jamie Hart wrote:
> 
>> If you bury your head in the sand for long enough, maybe you can
>> convince yourself that Linux users give a fuck about Vista.
> 
> A year and a half of constant cola posts and Vista discussion - by
> Linux "advocates" - belies your claim.
> 
> Desperate posts by Ubuntu users saying "Vista is introducing alot of
> new features and I'm pretty sure we can (or will very shortly)
> replicate most of those features in Ubuntu." belie your claim.
> 
> Dozens of articles in Linux magazines comparing Linux to Vista belie
> your claim.
> 
> Somebody has their head buried, and it sure isn't VistaKing.
> 
And another Microweenie speaks up, in a linux newsgroup, about how good 
Vista is.  Get a life guys.  It's a software release, it's not worth 
spending so much time obsessing about.

And why go on and on about it here?  Most of us won't bother installing 
it, hell half the businesses currently running windows won't bother 
installing it.  you'd be better off in the Windows groups trying to get 
them interested. 

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usenet5048 (1061)
1/30/2007 7:47:17 AM
"VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in news:sNAvh.51$EO2.45
@read1.cgocable.net:

> 
> "Jamie Hart" <usenet@jhart.ath.cx> wrote in message
>> And yet, it is you who are here, in a linux group frantically trying to
>> drum up support for Vista.
> 
> I smell LinTurd fear.
> 
I smell bullshit.  

Take it to a windows group, Maybe you can get them excited about Vista.

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usenet5048 (1061)
1/30/2007 7:48:38 AM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Jamie Hart
<usenet@jhart.ath.cx>
 wrote
on Tue, 30 Jan 2007 07:47:17 +0000
<Xns98C84F3A0AEC0usenetjhartathcx@195.8.68.209>:
> "DFS" <nospam@dfs_.com> wrote in
> news:uqzvh.11197$qt.5705@bignews5.bellsouth.net: 
>
>> Jamie Hart wrote:
>> 
>>> If you bury your head in the sand for long enough, maybe you can
>>> convince yourself that Linux users give a fuck about Vista.
>> 
>> A year and a half of constant cola posts and Vista discussion - by
>> Linux "advocates" - belies your claim.
>> 
>> Desperate posts by Ubuntu users saying "Vista is introducing alot of
>> new features and I'm pretty sure we can (or will very shortly)
>> replicate most of those features in Ubuntu." belie your claim.
>> 
>> Dozens of articles in Linux magazines comparing Linux to Vista belie
>> your claim.
>> 
>> Somebody has their head buried, and it sure isn't VistaKing.
>> 
> And another Microweenie speaks up, in a linux newsgroup,
> about how good Vista is.

But we know exactly how good Vista is.

It's terrible. :-)

> Get a life guys.  It's a software release, it's not worth 
> spending so much time obsessing about.

You mean you won't say "wow" now?

>
> And why go on and on about it here?  Most of us won't bother installing 
> it, hell half the businesses currently running windows won't bother 
> installing it.

Not until the hardware refreshes. :-)

> you'd be better off in the Windows groups trying to get 
> them interested. 
>

-- 
#191, ewill3@earthlink.net
"Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of
elderberries!" - Monty Python and the Holy Grail

-- 
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ewill5 (11075)
1/30/2007 7:20:20 PM
The Ghost In The Machine wrote:
> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Jamie Hart
> <usenet@jhart.ath.cx>
>  wrote
> on Tue, 30 Jan 2007 07:47:17 +0000
> <Xns98C84F3A0AEC0usenetjhartathcx@195.8.68.209>:
>> "DFS" <nospam@dfs_.com> wrote in
>> news:uqzvh.11197$qt.5705@bignews5.bellsouth.net: 
>>
>>> Jamie Hart wrote:
>>>
>>>> If you bury your head in the sand for long enough, maybe you can
>>>> convince yourself that Linux users give a fuck about Vista.
>>> A year and a half of constant cola posts and Vista discussion - by
>>> Linux "advocates" - belies your claim.
>>>
>>> Desperate posts by Ubuntu users saying "Vista is introducing alot of
>>> new features and I'm pretty sure we can (or will very shortly)
>>> replicate most of those features in Ubuntu." belie your claim.
>>>
>>> Dozens of articles in Linux magazines comparing Linux to Vista belie
>>> your claim.
>>>
>>> Somebody has their head buried, and it sure isn't VistaKing.
>>>
>> And another Microweenie speaks up, in a linux newsgroup,
>> about how good Vista is.
> 
> But we know exactly how good Vista is.
> 
> It's terrible. :-)
> 
>> Get a life guys.  It's a software release, it's not worth 
>> spending so much time obsessing about.

We all better worry if it drives air traffic control, banks, war 
machines, embedded systems, critical hospital systems or voting both 
machinery (perhaps little better than slot machines as it is).
0
1/30/2007 8:18:41 PM
"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> But we know exactly how good Vista is.

  Yes, we do.  All reviews are quite upbeat, some reserved, but all give it
high marks.

  Linux?  Shit Stick.  An OS that is brain dead from the ground up.



0
1/30/2007 11:24:51 PM
"Paul Bramscher" <brams006_nospam@umn.edu> wrote
> We all better worry if it drives air traffic control, banks, war
> machines, embedded systems, critical hospital systems or voting both
> machinery (perhaps little better than slot machines as it is).

  Indeed, no one should trust Linux to do any of that.  It's simply not up
to the task.  Untrustworthy, and unstable.


0
1/30/2007 11:25:56 PM
VistaKing wrote:
> "Paul Bramscher" <brams006_nospam@umn.edu> wrote
>> We all better worry if it drives air traffic control, banks, war
>> machines, embedded systems, critical hospital systems or voting both
>> machinery (perhaps little better than slot machines as it is).
> 
>   Indeed, no one should trust Linux to do any of that.  It's simply not up
> to the task.  Untrustworthy, and unstable.

If XP was so great, why was it deprecated?

In terms of trustworthiness, if you can't look at the code then I assume 
your idea of "trust" is everyone else's idea of "faith".
0
1/30/2007 11:25:59 PM
"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed

  Any fool can install Linux and have it run in 1920's vesa mode, network
cards at 1/10th speed, improperly configured keyboard, lack of 3d support,
broken audio and a software mouse cursor.

  Hell, virtually every Linux user is running their machine with one or more
of these problems.

  You are just too stupid to noice.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of
the
> iminent BSOD.

  Clearly  you are paranoid.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> that to an extent will do Internet routing.

  For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.

  Stupid LinTard.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> the machine,

  Explorer has no memory leaks.
  If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do know
how to click on an Icon don't you?



> when I can pay nothing

  And get less than nothing - Linux.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> to have something do exactly what I want

  If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.



0
1/30/2007 11:32:56 PM
"Paul Bramscher" <brams006_nospam@umn.edu> wrote in message
> If XP was so great, why was it deprecated?

  If Unix is that great then why do losers continue to rewrite the same OS
over, and over and over.  You would think that writing such a loser once
would be enough.  If it's a winner why remake it?

  XP is being replaced because the computing industry sees a need to embody
new standards and methods into the primary Desktop OS.


"Paul Bramscher" <brams006_nospam@umn.edu> wrote in message
> In terms of trustworthiness, if you can't look at the code then I assume
> your idea of "trust" is everyone else's idea of "faith".

  You mean that Microsoft may have been compelled by a secret fiat
presidential order to put a back door into the OS that allows Bushie and the
NSA access to your HD?

  That is exactly why so many foreign governments are turning to open source
alternatives.

  The Fascist AmeriKKKan state can't be trusted.


0
1/31/2007 1:02:51 AM
VistaKing wrote:
> "Paul Bramscher" <brams006_nospam@umn.edu> wrote in message
>> If XP was so great, why was it deprecated?
> 
>   If Unix is that great then why do losers continue to rewrite the same OS
> over, and over and over.  You would think that writing such a loser once
> would be enough.  If it's a winner why remake it?
> 
>   XP is being replaced because the computing industry sees a need to embody
> new standards and methods into the primary Desktop OS.

"New standards".  An oxymoron if ever there was one.

Thomas Edison played precisely the same tune a century ago.  Check out 
the 4th image on his advertisement here: 
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/edhtml/edcyldr.html

How about "temporary revenue stream"?

> "Paul Bramscher" <brams006_nospam@umn.edu> wrote in message
>> In terms of trustworthiness, if you can't look at the code then I assume
>> your idea of "trust" is everyone else's idea of "faith".
> 
>   You mean that Microsoft may have been compelled by a secret fiat
> presidential order to put a back door into the OS that allows Bushie and the
> NSA access to your HD?
> 
>   That is exactly why so many foreign governments are turning to open source
> alternatives.
> 
>   The Fascist AmeriKKKan state can't be trusted.

First section you slam linux, next section you slam windows.  Sounds 
like the left hemisphere ain't talking to the right.  I'll give you an 
A+ for being disgruntled, though.
0
1/31/2007 1:42:20 AM
"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
> Thomas Edison played precisely the same tune a century ago.  Check out
> the 4th image on his advertisement here:
> http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/edhtml/edcyldr.html

  I'm pleased that Paul is so attuned to the ancient history of Thomas
Edison.  This explains his love of the ancient Unix/Linux.   Perpetual
failure that it is.


"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
> How about "temporary revenue stream"?

  You anti-capitalist Paul?



> >   That is exactly why so many foreign governments are turning to open
source
> > alternatives.
> >
> >   The Fascist AmeriKKKan state can't be trusted.

"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
> First section you slam linux, next section you slam windows.  Sounds
> like the left hemisphere ain't talking to the right.  I'll give you an
> A+ for being disgruntled, though.

  Ahahahaha.... Good try.  I've seen the inside of Windows.  Not impressive.
I've seen the outsides of Linux/Unix.  Not usable and not excusable.

  Linux needs to be completely rewritten to be competitive.  But then it
would become solaris which is still DOA.



0
1/31/2007 3:10:14 AM
VistaKing wrote:
> "Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>> Thomas Edison played precisely the same tune a century ago.  Check out
>> the 4th image on his advertisement here:
>> http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/edhtml/edcyldr.html
> 
>   I'm pleased that Paul is so attuned to the ancient history of Thomas
> Edison.  This explains his love of the ancient Unix/Linux.   Perpetual
> failure that it is.

Ancient linux?  What are you smoking, and can I have some of it?

> "Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>> How about "temporary revenue stream"?
> 
>   You anti-capitalist Paul?

Everyone should deserve a fair crack at basic raw materials, and get 
reimbursed at market value for his labors -- and his alone.  Nobody 
should have his creative work skimmed off by leeches, or his ability to 
contribute hampered by those in a monopolistic position, with political 
backdoors, propped up by the threat of violence (which underpins our 
modern legal system) if you do not obey.

You in favor of skimming off your neighbor?  The old straw boss needs to 
watch his back -- one day productive people might tire of this arrangement.
0
1/31/2007 4:17:08 AM
"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
> Everyone should deserve a fair crack at basic raw materials, and get
> reimbursed at market value for his labors -- and his alone.

  So you oppose investment income then since that is profiting on the labour
of others.


>  Nobody  should have his creative work skimmed off by leeches,

  Excellent, so you support Vista DRM then.



"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
> or his ability to contribute hampered by those in a monopolistic position,

  So you disagree with the Capitalists that only government can create a
monopoly?



"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
> with political  backdoors, propped up by the threat of violence (which
underpins our
> modern legal system) if you do not obey.

  All the fault of them Jewish lawyer scum... I see.


"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
> You in favor of skimming off your neighbor?

   Some AmeriKKKans consider taxation a form of skimming off the neighbour.


"Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>  The old straw boss needs to  watch his back -- one day productive people
might tire of this
> arrangement.

  Ah, a Communist. I commend you on your bravery and vision.

  You are quite right.



0
1/31/2007 4:59:37 AM
VistaKing wrote:
> "Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>> Everyone should deserve a fair crack at basic raw materials, and get
>> reimbursed at market value for his labors -- and his alone.
> 
>   So you oppose investment income then since that is profiting on the labour
> of others.
> 
> 
>>  Nobody  should have his creative work skimmed off by leeches,
> 
>   Excellent, so you support Vista DRM then.
> 
> 
> 
> "Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>> or his ability to contribute hampered by those in a monopolistic position,
> 
>   So you disagree with the Capitalists that only government can create a
> monopoly?
> 
> 
> 
> "Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>> with political  backdoors, propped up by the threat of violence (which
> underpins our
>> modern legal system) if you do not obey.
> 
>   All the fault of them Jewish lawyer scum... I see.
> 
> 
> "Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>> You in favor of skimming off your neighbor?
> 
>    Some AmeriKKKans consider taxation a form of skimming off the neighbour.
> 
> 
> "Paul Bramscher" <pfbram_nospam@comcast.net> wrote
>>  The old straw boss needs to  watch his back -- one day productive people
> might tire of this
>> arrangement.
> 
>   Ah, a Communist. I commend you on your bravery and vision.

There's a point at which communism and capitalism meet one another, and 
  become fascism.  This occurs either when government takes over the 
corporation, or when the corporation takes over the government.

I have nothing but disdain for either scenario, being one of a shrinking 
class of people who genuinely values freedom from meddling -- whatever 
hat the meddlers wear.  Your conclusions in this area are terribly 
wrong, so we must conclude that your operating system observations are 
equally wholly offbase.  But then you're a troll, and this is simply 
feeding time.
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1/31/2007 4:08:29 PM
On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
>> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
>> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed
> 
>   Any fool can install Linux and have it run in 1920's vesa mode, network
> cards at 1/10th speed, improperly configured keyboard, lack of 3d support,
> broken audio and a software mouse cursor.
> 
>   Hell, virtually every Linux user is running their machine with one or more
> of these problems.
> 
>   You are just too stupid to noice.

Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
"problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless security
vunerabilities... not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.

Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
stability.

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of
> the
>> iminent BSOD.
> 
>   Clearly  you are paranoid.

Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
systems once a year.

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
>> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
> 
>   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
> 
>   Stupid LinTard.

I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
least you could expect from an operating system that you pay £200 or more
for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
would give you the ability to choose your IP range.

I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
not how bill wants it.

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
>> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
>> the machine,
> 
>   Explorer has no memory leaks.

So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?

>   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do know
> how to click on an Icon don't you?

I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.

>> when I can pay nothing
> 
>   And get less than nothing - Linux.

It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> to have something do exactly what I want
> 
>   If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.

Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.

Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
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1/31/2007 6:55:30 PM
Intrepid Logic wrote:
> On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
>>
>>   You are just too stupid to noice.
>
> Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
> "problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless
> security vunerabilities... not to mention the fact that MS software
> has a habbit of changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
>

I'd be the first to agree that WinDoze has its problems, but I haven't 
noticed my XP install changing settings on its own. I guess what I 
configure, stays configured. <g>
And while I do have crashes from time to time (especially in games), 
most of these are thanks to f*#!%$king screwy NVidia drivers rather than 
any inherent problems in the OS.

Memory holes, I'll give you. ;)

>>
>>   If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.
>
> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would
> be a more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
>

Unfortunately, Diablo II (along with many other games) doesn't have a 
native Linux version, which leaves gamers generally stuck with WinDoze. 
(Yes, we could dual-boot, but not all of us have an unlimited amount of 
hard disk space...)

-- 
-- 
* I always hope for the best. Experience, unfortunately, has taught me
to expect the worst.

Yahoo: evilbill_agqx
Web: http://www.evilbill.org.uk 


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1/31/2007 7:27:45 PM
EvilBill wrote:
 
> Unfortunately, Diablo II (along with many other games) doesn't have a
> native Linux version, which leaves gamers generally stuck with WinDoze.
> (Yes, we could dual-boot, but not all of us have an unlimited amount of
> hard disk space...)

Unless you live in the Third World, you can buy huge hard drives for next to
nothing these days.  I just bought a 250 Gb drive for <�40 (<$80 US)!

C.

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1/31/2007 7:34:19 PM
"Paul Bramscher" <brams006_nospam@umn.edu> wrote
> There's a point at which communism and capitalism meet one another, and
>   become fascism.  This occurs either when government takes over the
> corporation, or when the corporation takes over the government.

  Fascism is corporate rule.  Pretty much what you have in AmeriKKKa today.

  Communism is rule by the party and Democracy is Mob rule as the
Libertarians (who promote fascism) like to characterize it.



0
2/1/2007 5:17:46 AM
"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
> "problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless security
> vunerabilities...

  A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.

  No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.

  By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah

  I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last couple
of years.

  Windows boxes are targeted of course, and not LinTurd machines because
there aren't enough LinTurd users to make it worth while.



"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.

  You mean like Linux deciding to run my network card at 1/10th speed and my
hardware accelerated video card in Vesa mode - and a software mouse cursor?


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
stability.

  Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was my
primary.

  Windows installations lasted years.  Harware failures near zero.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
> systems once a year.

  Cleary then you aren't making proper backups and you are too stupid to be
able to use a Windows machine.



> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
> >
> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
> >
> >   Stupid LinTard.

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay �200 or more
> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.

Stop being such a cheap bastard and spend $20 to get yourself a proper
router.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
> not how bill wants it.

  Gee, you managed to install the piece of shit?  For absolutely everyone I
know the installation has failed.  Often failed hard.


> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> >> the machine,
> >
> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?

  CD-ROM's are cached.  Explorer itself isnt' just 230kb long, it loads a
host of other services along with itself.  Right now Explorer on this
WIndows machine is using 10.560 mmegabytes.  Cspace, an encrypted chat
program (very basic) and from the LinTard Community - Python, is currently
using 8.508 megabytes.

Which is more complex? The desktop manager Explorer, or a two pane chat
window?


> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do
know
> > how to click on an Icon don't you?

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.

  I said a better firewall, not garbage.

  Want a Nat?  Spend $20 and get yourself an inexpensive NAT router.



> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.

  Ahahahahahahah... The Lintard community is minute, but would still fill a
high school gym.   You might think that, that is a lot of people, but in
relative terms it's a drop in the Windows rainstorm.


 "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
>
> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?

  Money, money, money, money, money money.... That's all you LinTards yammer
about.

  The fact is, that even though Linux is being given away free, still - no
one wants to use it.

  And that's why the Linux Market share is lower today than it was 10 years
ago,.



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2/1/2007 5:48:26 AM
In article <sthvh.18493$Ah.10786@read2.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> "Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote
> > That's the story of your pathetic Usenet life.
> 
>   Ahahah, I have been insulted by some snot nosed adolescent calling itself
> "meat plow"
> 
>   It's as if I've been pooped on by a gnat.
> 
>   The gnat has taken great pride in his excrement and feels he has made some
> spectacular statement for gnat kind.
> 
>   He is lucky I even noticed.

Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
respond as well. 

Perhaps his "statement for gnat kind" was a bit more substantial than
you think. : )
> 
> 
>

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/1/2007 6:01:24 AM
In article <eplnie$3dr$7@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
<someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:

> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> 
> > Linux - The never ready OS.
> > 
> < snip 330 lines of crud >
> 
> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed on a machine with
> half the CPU power and less than a quarter of the RAM of a machine with
> (equally recently installed) XPSP2 and get things done faster on it,
> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of the
> iminent BSOD.
> 
> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> that to an extent will do Internet routing (please dont give me a lecture
> on how fantastic these new wireless jobbies are, I'm not interested) with
> totally unconfigurable DHCP, pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> the machine, when I can pay nothing to have something do exactly what I
> want and be secure and stable? Add to that, the same spec box will record
> off the telly to .mpeg file while burning off a disk at the same time
> without falling over.
> 
> The only reason I still keep a Winblows box around is for PC games and
> MP3's.

Actually, I keep mine around as an impromptu table for my soda & ash
tray.

You mean you actually bother to turn yours on??? o_O
> 
> Admittadly, I haven't played much with SunOS or Mac, but they seem pretty
> sweet to me.

I'm Mac . . .  and my older Mac works better, even though my Mac has
half the processor speed, than my newer PC (high-end, no less) EVER did
- even straight out of the box.
> 
> Fucking idiot.

IAWTP

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/1/2007 6:07:19 AM
In article <epqomu$hvj$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
<someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:

> On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
> >> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
> >> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed
> > 
> >   Any fool can install Linux and have it run in 1920's vesa mode, network
> > cards at 1/10th speed, improperly configured keyboard, lack of 3d support,
> > broken audio and a software mouse cursor.
> > 
> >   Hell, virtually every Linux user is running their machine with one or more
> > of these problems.
> > 
> >   You are just too stupid to noice.
> 
> Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
> "problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless security
> vunerabilities... not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
> 
> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
> stability.
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of
> > the
> >> iminent BSOD.
> > 
> >   Clearly  you are paranoid.
> 
> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
> systems once a year.
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
> > 
> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
> > 
> >   Stupid LinTard.
> 
> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay �200 or more
> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
> 
> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
> not how bill wants it.
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> >> the machine,
> > 
> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
> 
> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
> 
> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do know
> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
> 
> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
> 
> >> when I can pay nothing
> > 
> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
> 
> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> to have something do exactly what I want
> > 
> >   If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.
> 
> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
> 
> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?

LOL!!

I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/1/2007 6:09:17 AM
Max Grrl wrote:

> In article <epqomu$hvj$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic

>> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> 
> LOL!!
> 
> I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.

I wouldn't know.


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jabailo (8241)
2/1/2007 6:11:32 AM
"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
> respond as well.

  I wave my hands at mosquito's too.


0
2/1/2007 6:15:58 AM
"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> Actually, I keep mine around as an impromptu table for my soda & ash
> tray.

   I keep LInux install disks around to use as drink coasters.

   Although I've microwaved about 50 of them by now.


"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> I'm Mac . . .  and my older Mac works better, even though my Mac has
> half the processor speed, than my newer PC (high-end, no less) EVER did
> - even straight out of the box.

  Better how so?





0
2/1/2007 6:22:24 AM
> > Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?

"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.

   I wouldn't know.  But for comparison, what does a regular cock taste like
Max Grrl?




0
2/1/2007 6:25:48 AM
VistaKing wrote:


>    I keep LInux install disks around to use as drink coasters.

Drink up.

It won't solve your problems.
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jabailo (8241)
2/1/2007 7:03:53 AM
VistaKing wrote:
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>> respond as well.
> 
>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
> 
> 

I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something 
off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't 
charge me tax.

Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the 
rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.

I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.

I am MaxWhore and I approved this message
0
2/1/2007 9:09:13 AM
Intrepid Logic wrote:

>On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
>> 
>>   You are just too stupid to noice.
>
>Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice

Maybe you are too stupid to notice that you're feeding a cross-posting
troll.

*plonk*

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chrisv (22840)
2/1/2007 2:13:36 PM
In article <Nvfwh.1068$EO2.651@read1.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
> > respond as well.
> 
>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.

I wouldn't have thought that "waving" one's hand at a mosquito would
require as much thought as composing a reply.
> 
>

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/1/2007 6:51:08 PM
In article <Z6iwh.50847$uC6.28578@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
<maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:

> VistaKing wrote:
> > "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> >> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
> >> respond as well.
> > 
> >   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
> > 
> > 
> 
> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something 
> off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't 
> charge me tax.

Awww . . .  PussyMonkey, you flatter me . . .  coming from the "King of
Suck" that's a bit over the top!

Oh, yeah . . .  Don't you have a cock to suck???
"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> 
> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the 
> rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
> 
> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.

Yes, PussyMonkey, please do. Snarky likes his bitch's breath nice and
minty before he lets them suck him off. But of course, you already know
that . . . 
"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> 
> I am MaxWhore and I approved this message

PussyMonkey, you could never even hope to be me. Though it's cute (in a
tres creepy way) that you want to be!! Maybe someday, you can afford
that operation! Save your paper route pennies!!

Oh yeah . . .  almost forgot . . . Don't you have a cock to suck???
"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/1/2007 6:54:12 PM
In article <2Bgwh.45911$uC6.5267@trnddc02>, Text Medium No. 5
<mhm29x21@meow.flonk> wrote:

> Max Grrl wrote:
> > In article <sthvh.18493$Ah.10786@read2.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
> > <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > 
> >> "Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote
> >>> That's the story of your pathetic Usenet life.
> >>   Ahahah, I have been insulted by some snot nosed adolescent calling itself
> >> "meat plow"
> >>
> >>   It's as if I've been pooped on by a gnat.
> >>
> >>   The gnat has taken great pride in his excrement and feels he has made
> >>   some
> >> spectacular statement for gnat kind.
> >>
> >>   He is lucky I even noticed.
> > 
> > Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
> > respond as well. 
> > 
> > Perhaps his "statement for gnat kind" was a bit more substantial than
> > you think. : )
> Maxwhore is a b1tch that refuses to douche her toxic pus$y. This c*nt is 
> deathly afraid of Summer's Eve.

Why are you so afraid of breathmints?? You know you need one . . . 
"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> >>
> >>
> Her dead momma told her that Summer's Eve will make her disintegrate. 
> This b1tch is so *stoopid*

Is that what your mommy told you before she taught you to . . . 
"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> > 
>

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/1/2007 6:55:21 PM
In article <OBfwh.483$Om.317@read2.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > Actually, I keep mine around as an impromptu table for my soda & ash
> > tray.
> 
>    I keep LInux install disks around to use as drink coasters.
> 
>    Although I've microwaved about 50 of them by now.

Don't know anything about Linux.
> 
> 
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > I'm Mac . . .  and my older Mac works better, even though my Mac has
> > half the processor speed, than my newer PC (high-end, no less) EVER did
> > - even straight out of the box.
> 
>   Better how so?
Nearly two times faster . . .  and when I have deadlines, that means
ALOT. : )

Also it's far more stable . . .  been on my Mac for about four years
and not a single crash! : )
Whereas, between GPFs and trojans, I had at least 3 crashes a week on
my PC.
> 
> 
> 
> 
>

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/1/2007 6:57:27 PM
In article <%Efwh.1069$EO2.746@read1.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> > > Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> 
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
> 
>    I wouldn't know.  But for comparison, what does a regular cock taste like
> Max Grrl?
*shrugs*
Actually, PussyMonkey's a better judge than I . . . 
"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/1/2007 6:59:33 PM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent
<maxtheangel@gmail.com>
 wrote
on Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT
<Z6iwh.50847$uC6.28578@trnddc02>:
> VistaKing wrote:
>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>> respond as well.
>> 
>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>> 
>> 
>
> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something 
> off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't 
> charge me tax.

I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?

>
> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the 
> rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.

Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or
maybe 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.

>
> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>

Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.

[rest snipped]

-- 
#191, ewill3@earthlink.net
Linux.  The choice of a GNU generation.
Windows.  The choice of a bunch of people who like very weird behavior on
a regular basis, random crashes, and "extend, embrace, and extinguish".

-- 
Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com

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ewill5 (11075)
2/1/2007 8:20:22 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 08:13:36 -0600, chrisv wrote:

> Intrepid Logic wrote:
> 
>>On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
>>> 
>>>   You are just too stupid to noice.
>>
>>Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice
> 
> Maybe you are too stupid to notice that you're feeding a cross-posting
> troll.

Actually.

> *plonk*

Flonk.
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2/1/2007 8:29:55 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:09:17 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:

> In article <epqomu$hvj$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
> <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
>> 
>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
>> >> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
>> >> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed
>> > 
>> >   Any fool can install Linux and have it run in 1920's vesa mode, network
>> > cards at 1/10th speed, improperly configured keyboard, lack of 3d support,
>> > broken audio and a software mouse cursor.
>> > 
>> >   Hell, virtually every Linux user is running their machine with one or more
>> > of these problems.
>> > 
>> >   You are just too stupid to noice.
>> 
>> Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
>> "problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless security
>> vunerabilities... not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
>> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
>> 
>> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
>> stability.
>> 
>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of
>> > the
>> >> iminent BSOD.
>> > 
>> >   Clearly  you are paranoid.
>> 
>> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
>> systems once a year.
>> 
>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
>> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
>> > 
>> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
>> > 
>> >   Stupid LinTard.
>> 
>> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
>> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay £200 or more
>> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
>> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
>> 
>> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
>> not how bill wants it.
>> 
>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
>> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
>> >> the machine,
>> > 
>> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
>> 
>> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
>> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
>> 
>> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do know
>> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
>> 
>> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
>> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
>> 
>> >> when I can pay nothing
>> > 
>> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
>> 
>> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
>> 
>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> to have something do exactly what I want
>> > 
>> >   If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.
>> 
>> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
>> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
>> 
>> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> 
> LOL!!
> 
> I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.

Maybe I should ask some of the prostetutes he hired when he was a teenager?
0
2/1/2007 8:30:54 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:07:19 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:

> In article <eplnie$3dr$7@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
> <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
>> 
>> > Linux - The never ready OS.
>> > 
>> < snip 330 lines of crud >
>> 
>> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
>> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
>> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed on a machine with
>> half the CPU power and less than a quarter of the RAM of a machine with
>> (equally recently installed) XPSP2 and get things done faster on it,
>> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of the
>> iminent BSOD.
>> 
>> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
>> that to an extent will do Internet routing (please dont give me a lecture
>> on how fantastic these new wireless jobbies are, I'm not interested) with
>> totally unconfigurable DHCP, pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
>> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
>> the machine, when I can pay nothing to have something do exactly what I
>> want and be secure and stable? Add to that, the same spec box will record
>> off the telly to .mpeg file while burning off a disk at the same time
>> without falling over.
>> 
>> The only reason I still keep a Winblows box around is for PC games and
>> MP3's.
> 
> Actually, I keep mine around as an impromptu table for my soda & ash
> tray.
> 
> You mean you actually bother to turn yours on??? o_O

Only occasionally do I waste my time turning that slow (brand new) box on.

>> Admittadly, I haven't played much with SunOS or Mac, but they seem pretty
>> sweet to me.
> 
> I'm Mac . . .  and my older Mac works better, even though my Mac has
> half the processor speed, than my newer PC (high-end, no less) EVER did
> - even straight out of the box.

That hardly surprises me. I feel stupid for not going down the mac route
years ago.

>> Fucking idiot.
> 
> IAWTP

IAWTP TOO!!3
0
2/1/2007 8:37:00 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:48:26 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

[SNIP]

Fuckwit.
0
2/1/2007 8:42:03 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <2Bgwh.45911$uC6.5267@trnddc02>, Text Medium No. 5
> <mhm29x21@meow.flonk> wrote:
> 
>> Max Grrl wrote:
>>> In article <sthvh.18493$Ah.10786@read2.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> "Meat Plow" <meat@meatplow.local> wrote
>>>>> That's the story of your pathetic Usenet life.
>>>>   Ahahah, I have been insulted by some snot nosed adolescent calling itself
>>>> "meat plow"
>>>>
>>>>   It's as if I've been pooped on by a gnat.
>>>>
>>>>   The gnat has taken great pride in his excrement and feels he has made
>>>>   some
>>>> spectacular statement for gnat kind.
>>>>
>>>>   He is lucky I even noticed.
>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>> respond as well. 
>>>
>>> Perhaps his "statement for gnat kind" was a bit more substantial than
>>> you think. : )
>> Maxwhore is a b1tch that refuses to douche her toxic pus$y. This c*nt is 
>> deathly afraid of Summer's Eve.
> 
> Why are you so afraid of breathmints?? You know you need one . . . 
> "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
> comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
Why does the thought of douching terrify you, b1tch? Summer's Eve is 
your friend, not your foe.
"I love all types of d1ck and pus$y. All I need is a dime and a d1ck." 
-- You have admitted your true nature, MaxWhore, in Message ID: 
<010220071006386557%maxtheangel@gmail.com>

>>>>
>> Her dead momma told her that Summer's Eve will make her disintegrate. 
>> This b1tch is so *stoopid*
> 
> Is that what your mommy told you before she taught you to . . . 
> "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
> comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> 
Nope that what your dead momma told ya, b1tch. And she lied. Summer's 
Eve is just want you need, c*nt.
"I love all types of d1ck and pus$y. All I need is a dime and a d1ck." 
-- You have admitted your true nature, MaxWhore, in Message ID: 
<010220071006386557%maxtheangel@gmail.com>


0
2/1/2007 11:32:15 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <Z6iwh.50847$uC6.28578@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> VistaKing wrote:
>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>> respond as well.
>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>
>>>
>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something 
>> off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't 
>> charge me tax.
> 
> Awww . . .  PussyMonkey, you flatter me . . .  coming from the "King of
> Suck" that's a bit over the top!
> 
B1tch I'm not giving you a dime and I won't let you suck me off. Spread 
your diseases elswhere, c*nt. There a homeless man by the dumpster 
signalling you. He couldbe your next trick. Git to it b1tch. Start suck 
him off for that dime. nine more and your can get yor dollar menu item, 
c*nt.

"I love all types of d1ck and pus$y. All I need is a dime and a d1ck." 
-- You have admitted your true nature, MaxWhore, in Message ID: 
<010220071006386557%maxtheangel@gmail.com>

> Oh, yeah . . .  Don't you have a cock to suck???
> "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
> comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
>> I am MaxWhore, does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the 
>> rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>
>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
> 
> Yes, PussyMonkey, please do. Snarky likes his bitch's breath nice and
> minty before he lets them suck him off. But of course, you already know
> that . . . 
> "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
> comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
You said that with your head in a toilet full of $hit getting as$plowed 
by daddy, eh? If you cooo nicely he may flush the bowl for you, b1tch.
"I love all types of d1ck and pus$y. All I need is a dime and a d1ck." 
-- You have admitted your true nature, MaxWhore, in Message ID: 
<010220071006386557%maxtheangel@gmail.com>

>> I am MaxWhore and I approved this message
> 
> PussyMonkey, you could never even hope to be me. Though it's cute (in a
> tres creepy way) that you want to be!! Maybe someday, you can afford
> that operation! Save your paper route pennies!!
> 
No one will ever be cursed like that. God denies creating you. Now get 
back to dumpster driving and sucking off the homeless for dimes, b1tch.
> Oh yeah . . .  almost forgot . . . Don't you have a cock to suck???
> "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
> comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> 
"I love all types of d1ck and pus$y. All I need is a dime and a d1ck." 
-- You have admitted your true nature, MaxWhore, in Message ID: 
<010220071006386557%maxtheangel@gmail.com>


0
2/1/2007 11:32:16 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <Nvfwh.1068$EO2.651@read1.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>> respond as well.
>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
> 
> I wouldn't have thought that "waving" one's hand at a mosquito would
> require as much thought as composing a reply.
She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed 
head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows her and dunks her head in a 
toilet bowel full of $hit (while still as$plowing her)
>>
> 
"I love all types of d1ck and pus$y. All I need is a dime and a d1ck." 
-- You have admitted your true nature, MaxWhore, in Message ID: 
<010220071006386557%maxtheangel@gmail.com>

0
2/1/2007 11:32:16 PM
"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> I wouldn't have thought that "waving" one's hand at a mosquito would
> require as much thought as composing a reply.

  Not only you "wouldn't have thought" ou didn't.



0
2/2/2007 12:31:37 AM
"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows

  Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming from
adolescent LinTards?



0
2/2/2007 12:33:55 AM
"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
> Fuckwit.

  A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.

  No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.

  By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah

  I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last couple
of years.

  Windows boxes are targeted of course, and not LinTurd machines because
there aren't enough LinTurd users to make it worth while.



"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.

  You mean like Linux deciding to run my network card at 1/10th speed and my
hardware accelerated video card in Vesa mode - and a software mouse cursor?


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
stability.

  Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was my
primary.

  Windows installations lasted years.  Harware failures near zero.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
> systems once a year.

  Cleary then you aren't making proper backups and you are too stupid to be
able to use a Windows machine.



> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
> >
> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
> >
> >   Stupid LinTard.

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay �200 or more
> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.

Stop being such a cheap bastard and spend $20 to get yourself a proper
router.


"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
> not how bill wants it.

  Gee, you managed to install the piece of shit?  For absolutely everyone I
know the installation has failed.  Often failed hard.


> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> >> the machine,
> >
> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?

  CD-ROM's are cached.  Explorer itself isnt' just 230kb long, it loads a
host of other services along with itself.  Right now Explorer on this
WIndows machine is using 10.560 mmegabytes.  Cspace, an encrypted chat
program (very basic) and from the LinTard Community - Python, is currently
using 8.508 megabytes.

Which is more complex? The desktop manager Explorer, or a two pane chat
window?


> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do
know
> > how to click on an Icon don't you?

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.

  I said a better firewall, not garbage.

  Want a Nat?  Spend $20 and get yourself an inexpensive NAT router.



> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.

"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.

  Ahahahahahahah... The Lintard community is minute, but would still fill a
high school gym.   You might think that, that is a lot of people, but in
relative terms it's a drop in the Windows rainstorm.


 "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
>
> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?

  Money, money, money, money, money money.... That's all you LinTards yammer
about.

  The fact is, that even though Linux is being given away free, still - no
one wants to use it.

  And that's why the Linux Market share is lower today than it was 10 years
ago,.




0
2/2/2007 12:36:03 AM
> > > > Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> >
> > "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > > I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.

> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >    I wouldn't know.  But for comparison, what does a regular cock taste
like
> > Max Grrl?

"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote> *shrugs*
> Actually, PussyMonkey's a better judge than I . . .

  I didn't ask for his judgement.  I asked for yours.



0
2/2/2007 12:38:25 AM
"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> Don't know anything about Linux.

  Smart move.


"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> Whereas, between GPFs and trojans, I had at least 3 crashes a week on
> my PC.

  Get a power conditioning UPS.


0
2/2/2007 12:40:54 AM
"Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> I feel stupid for not going down the mac route years ago.

Ya, selecting Linux is one of the worst decsions that can be made.


0
2/2/2007 12:42:23 AM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com>
 wrote
on Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:42:23 -0500
<_Ivwh.1424$EO2.283@read1.cgocable.net>:
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> I feel stupid for not going down the mac route years ago.
>
> Ya, selecting Linux is one of the worst decsions that can be made.
>

The only path is Microsoft Windows Vista.  All other
paths are crap.  This should be obvious to any flonking
vampires (alien or indigenous), Karl Malden nose fans,
and Windows advocates.  :-)

For non-Windows advocates, the success of a business
depends on various factors, such as cost of sales, resource
costs, wages, and general overhead.  Microsoft is by far
the most successful business ever conceived by mankind,
with the possible exception of Exxon-Mobil (XOM), but
whereas XOM has larger *profits*, Microsoft has far better
*margins*.

That is, regrettably, the only metric that makes any sense
as a measure of success in the corporate world.  Until
that changes, we're stuck in a weird spot.

There is some good news.  Linux, being free, flies "below
the radar"; those that can use it need only worry about
running into various signposts ("This Way To DRM-Protected
Territory", "Caution!  Valid OS License Needed Here!",
"Do Not Proceed Without Confirmation From Your OS Vendor").

And claims to the contrary notwithstanding, TCO is a
complex function, which is probably cheaper for Linux if
one has prior Unix experience.  However, I for one cannot
say either way at this point.

-- 
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Q: "Why is my computer doing that?"
A: "Don't do that and you'll be fine."

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ewill5 (11075)
2/2/2007 2:35:58 AM
In article <2Dvwh.1410$Om.1166@read2.cgocable.net>,
 "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
> > Fuckwit.
> 
>   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
> server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.

He never did any system updates in 1.5 years?  With Microsoft releasing 
security updates about once a month?  It sounds not credible.

>   No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.

So there were some crashes, but infrequent, right?

>   By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah
> 
>   I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
> security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last couple
> of years.

This claim demands a cite.
> 
>   Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
> primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was my
> primary.

Hardware crashes are not caused by operating systems.  System crashes 
are caused by faulty operating systems, as are security problems and 
resource conflicts.

>   Windows installations lasted years.  

If you don't count frequent system updates.

> Harware failures near zero.

You had hardware failures?
0
2/2/2007 3:05:44 AM
>  "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a
windows
> > server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.


"Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> He never did any system updates in 1.5 years?  With Microsoft releasing
> security updates about once a month?  It sounds not credible.

  I too typically run windows without incident for years typically about 2
without a reinstall or a patch...

  I power down occasionally though.


> >   No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.

"Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> So there were some crashes, but infrequent, right?

  Very infrequent, and nonexistant with the addition of a UPS.


> >   By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah
> >
> >   I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
> > security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last
couple
> > of years.

"Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> This claim demands a cite.

http://www.forrester.com/Research/Document/Excerpt/0,7211,33941,00.html

Using these metrics, Forrester looked at security-vulnerability data for the
period between June 1, 2002 and May 31, 2003 for the operating systems
Debian, Mandrake, Windows, Red Hat and SuSE.

Microsoft came in with the lowest average "all days of risk" with an average
of 25 days between disclosure and fix release. In addition, the company
fixed all of its security holes. However, ICAT classified 67 percent of
Microsoft's vulnerabilities as high-severity, placing Microsoft "dead last
among the platform maintainers by this metric," the report noted.



> >   Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
> > primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was
my
> > primary.


"Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> Hardware crashes are not caused by operating systems.  System crashes
> are caused by faulty operating systems, as are security problems and
> resource conflicts.

  It's typically not possible to distinugish one from the other.


> >   Windows installations lasted years.


"Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> If you don't count frequent system updates.

  Not installed over those periods.


> > Harware failures near zero.

"Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> You had hardware failures?

  Virtually none. None over the time frame indicated.


0
2/2/2007 4:57:07 AM
"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> The only path is Microsoft Windows Vista.  All other
> paths are crap.

  Well, there is always AmigaDos, MacOS, and SpartaDos.


"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> There is some good news.  Linux, being free, flies "below
> the radar"; those that can use it need only worry about
> running into various signposts ("This Way To DRM-Protected
> Territory", "Caution!  Valid OS License Needed Here!",
> "Do Not Proceed Without Confirmation From Your OS Vendor").

  DRM will soon be required in all OS's by law.

  You are deluding yourself if you think otherwise.


0
2/2/2007 4:59:33 AM
"VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in message 
news:2Dvwh.1410$Om.1166@read2.cgocable.net...
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
>> Fuckwit.
>
>  A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
> server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.
>
>  No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.
>
>  By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah
>
>  I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
> security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last couple
> of years.
>
>  Windows boxes are targeted of course, and not LinTurd machines because
> there aren't enough LinTurd users to make it worth while.
>
>
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
>> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
>
>  You mean like Linux deciding to run my network card at 1/10th speed and 
> my
> hardware accelerated video card in Vesa mode - and a software mouse 
> cursor?
>
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
> stability.
>
>  Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
> primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was my
> primary.
>
>  Windows installations lasted years.  Harware failures near zero.
>
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild 
>> my
>> systems once a year.
>
>  Cleary then you aren't making proper backups and you are too stupid to be
> able to use a Windows machine.
>
>
>
>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an 
>> >> OS,
>> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
>> >
>> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
>> >
>> >   Stupid LinTard.
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
>> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay �200 or more
>> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
>> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
>
> Stop being such a cheap bastard and spend $20 to get yourself a proper
> router.
>
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
>> not how bill wants it.
>
>  Gee, you managed to install the piece of shit?  For absolutely everyone I
> know the installation has failed.  Often failed hard.
>
>
>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
>> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory 
>> >> from
>> >> the machine,
>> >
>> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
>> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
>
>  CD-ROM's are cached.  Explorer itself isnt' just 230kb long, it loads a
> host of other services along with itself.  Right now Explorer on this
> WIndows machine is using 10.560 mmegabytes.  Cspace, an encrypted chat
> program (very basic) and from the LinTard Community - Python, is currently
> using 8.508 megabytes.
>
> Which is more complex? The desktop manager Explorer, or a two pane chat
> window?
>
>
>> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do
> know
>> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
>> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
>
>  I said a better firewall, not garbage.
>
>  Want a Nat?  Spend $20 and get yourself an inexpensive NAT router.
>
>
>
>> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
>
>  Ahahahahahahah... The Lintard community is minute, but would still fill a
> high school gym.   You might think that, that is a lot of people, but in
> relative terms it's a drop in the Windows rainstorm.
>
>
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
>> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
>>
>> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?

Theree are alot of reasons not to like Microsoft, and I think Linux actually 
is better on some fronts, but it seems a bit juvenile to harbor this 
personal dislike of the head honcho as a legitimate point of debate.  Hey, I 
would like to have all of his money, and I am definitely as green-with-envy 
of his riches as you or anyone else.

But if I boycotted every product that had a rich guy at the head of the 
table, I would be living in a log cabin in the mountains.  On second 
thought, maybe that wouln't be so bad... 


0
2/2/2007 3:26:26 PM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com>
 wrote
on Thu, 1 Feb 2007 23:59:33 -0500
<2uzwh.1539$EO2.314@read1.cgocable.net>:
>
> "The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
>> The only path is Microsoft Windows Vista.  All other
>> paths are crap.
>
>   Well, there is always AmigaDos,

Moribund if not dead.

> MacOS,

Dead.  (MacOSX is of course very alive and kicking.)

> and SpartaDos.

Never heard of it; Google suggests it's an Atari 8bit
offering and therefore stone cold dead except in such
things as emulators.

>
>
> "The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
>> There is some good news.  Linux, being free, flies "below
>> the radar"; those that can use it need only worry about
>> running into various signposts ("This Way To DRM-Protected
>> Territory", "Caution!  Valid OS License Needed Here!",
>> "Do Not Proceed Without Confirmation From Your OS Vendor").
>
>   DRM will soon be required in all OS's by law.
>
>   You are deluding yourself if you think otherwise.
>

It'll be interesting to see how this will be effectively enforced.
Remember Sony's attempt.

-- 
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Is it cheaper to learn Linux, or to hire someone
to fix your Windows problems?

-- 
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ewill5 (11075)
2/2/2007 7:51:38 PM
> > and SpartaDos.

"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> Never heard of it; Google suggests it's an Atari 8bit
> offering and therefore stone cold dead except in such
> things as emulators.

  Yup. a program loader for the early atari 8 bits.

> >   DRM will soon be required in all OS's by law.

"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> It'll be interesting to see how this will be effectively enforced.
> Remember Sony's attempt.

  Remember when it was legal to break encryption mechanisms?  The Digital
Millennium Copyright Act put an end to that.

  Break the code, go to jail in AmeriKKKa the home of the AHAHAHAHAHAHA...
free.


0
2/3/2007 6:26:30 AM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:42:23 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
screamed:
> "Intrepid Logic" wrote
>> I feel stupid for not going down the mac route years ago.
> 
> Ya, selecting Linux is one of the worst decsions that can be made.

Worked for me for over two years, so far...

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0
2/3/2007 7:41:10 AM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
oddly state:
> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01 Feb
> 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>> VistaKing wrote:
>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>> respond as well.
>>> 
>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>> 
>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something
>> off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't
>> charge me tax.
> 
> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
> 
>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the
>> rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of
>> them.
> 
> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
> trillionths of a human blood cell.
> 
>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>
> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
> 
> [rest snipped]

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"It would be offly hard for any of you to abuse me on usenet. Really. I
have the advantage. I could easily turn alt.usenet.kooks into a cesspool
of encoded posts. Bringing the noise ratio up so high as to make the
group worthless. Anybody who can code could do this, why nobody has
bothered before now is beyond me. The ultimate spamming engine..
'BAWAHAHA'" -- Dustbin "Outer Filth" K00k's delusions of grandeur
reached new heights, in Message-ID:
<Xns98355D29419B9HHI2948AJD832@69.28.186.121>
"Immorality: The morality of those who are having a better time." -- H.
L. Mencken

   "Consider that language a moment. 'Purposefully and materially
supported hostilities against the United States' is in the eye of the
beholder, and this administration has proven itself to be astonishingly
impatient with criticism of any kind. The broad powers given to Bush by
this legislation allow him to capture, indefinitely detain, and refuse a
hearing to any American citizen who speaks out against Iraq or any other
part of the so-called 'War on Terror.'

   "If you write a letter to the editor attacking Bush, you could be
deemed as purposefully and materially supporting hostilities against the
United States. If you organize or join a public demonstration against
Iraq, or against the administration, the same designation could befall
you. One dark-comedy aspect of the legislation is that senators or House
members who publicly disagree with Bush, criticize him, or organize
investigations into his dealings could be placed under the same
designation. In effect, Congress just gave Bush the power to lock them
up." -- William Rivers Pitt

"It has become clear in recent months that a critical mass of the American
people have seen through the lies of the Bush administration; with the
president's polls at an historic low, growing resistance to the war Iraq,
and the Democrats likely to take back the Congress in mid-term elections,
the Bush administration is on the ropes. And so it is particularly
worrying that President Bush has seen fit, at this juncture to, in effect,
declare himself dictator." -- Frank Morales
http://www.uruknet.biz/?p=m27769&hd=0&size=1&l=e&fark

"No man in History, including JESUS CHRIST, has directly revealed to
the World the SATANIC WEAPON used to enslave mankind -- INTELLECTUAL
THOUGHT!!" -- Ray Karczewski repeatedly proves his words in every post
he makes
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godofodd (82)
2/3/2007 7:55:38 AM
The Ghost In The Machine wrote:

> But we know exactly how good Vista is.

Well, if we look at this thing objectively, we see that very little has 
been added from XP to Vista.  The interface has changed drastically.  It 
looks like even more stuff has been "hidden" in order to hide the 
complexity from the user.  I find the interface very cumbersome and 
unintuitive, although I did like the "Gadgets".  But I still like Window 
Maker's dock apps better.

Put someone in front of a Linux box running KDE or GNOME, or maybe XFCE, 
and possibly  the only thing the user will notice is the lack of games. 
  Fact is, Windows users are satisfied with Open Office over MS Office. 
  I see no reason at all to downgrade to Vista.

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hackr_d (694)
2/3/2007 8:35:43 AM
The God of Odd Statements wrote:
> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
> oddly state:
>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01 Feb
>> 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something
>>> off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't
>>> charge me tax.
>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>
>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the
>>> rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of
>>> them.
>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>
>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>
>> [rest snipped]
> 
> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated for
> multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No effort
> at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> Here's the ballot: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>
> Check my .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who
> "Fred" is...
> 

The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and 
animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to play 
hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for his 
vast array of STDs and body warts.

The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely 
Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of 
Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, 
Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.


0
The
2/3/2007 9:32:27 AM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern attempted
to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
>> oddly state:
>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01 Feb
>>> 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something
>>>> off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't
>>>> charge me tax.
>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>
>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the
>>>> rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of
>>>> them.
>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>
>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>
>>> [rest snipped]
>> 
>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated for
>> multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No effort
>> at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
>> Here's the ballot:
>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig for
>> one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred" is...
>> 
>> 
> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to play
> hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for his
> vast array of STDs and body warts.
> 
> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo Sandwich,
> Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.

Well, you got two of the titles right.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris! mhm 29x21; TM#5; COOSN-029-06-71069
The God of Odd Statements, the Ugliest Pigfucker In The Universe
Stupidity Takes Its Toll. Please Have Exact Change.

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"I say you are out of your fucking mind." -- Ying Guo, posting as
"SameAsB4" <exebuyola@yanospamhoo.com>, tells PorchMonkey4Life, posting
as the same nick but a slightly different morph, the score, in MID:
<ka4lo.338.19.1@news.alt.net>

"in the holy spirit i know you would satisfy every single person in a
room if you were the only person present." -- ~tanya, to Crazy Andy II,
in MID: <1167007805.998087.289050@a3g2000cwd.googlegroups.com>

If you never read anything else in any of my sigs, read this:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15321167/
http://borealin.livejournal.com/15104.html
Or watch it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqxmPjB0WSs
Then, if you manage to read/watch all that, try this:
http://www.newamericancentury.org/RebuildingAmericasDefenses.pdf
And Molly Ivins had a few choice words to say about it, weeks before:
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/092906B.shtml
Here's Chris Floyd: Fatal Vision: The Deeper Evil Behind the Detainee
Bill: http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/100206A.shtml

"Q: What's the difference between the Vietnam War and the Iraq War?
A: George W. Bush had a plan to get out of the Vietnam War." -- Anon.

Thread where outing begins: http://tinyurl.com/hojf8
George Pickett Memorial Trophy, Special Ops Cody Memorial Purple Heart,
and the Order of the Holey Sockpuppet winner <wfh_jr@hotmail.com> on
outing personal contact info in x-poasted subject lines:
"Plenty of people post under their real names and do not attempt to hide
their contact info. You are scared of being 'outed' because you are a
pathological abuser of usenet, and people rightly despise you for it.
You're afraid of being reported to the authorities or, better, visited
by a couple of guys with baseball bats. Other people don't have this
obsessive fear. Ward Hardman himself has posted plenty of personal
information - nothing that anyone else added was hidden in any way.
You're so fucking scared you've built up this whole sick mythology about
different categories of bad dudes who 'out' scum like you.

"Meanwhile you are the ugliest pigfucker in the universe. You are the
coward without ethics. You call me a 'newbie' - ha! what an asshole you
are. Those who want to remain anonymous do so. There is absolutely no
way you could identify me, not unless you had the sort of subpoena power
that only gets turned on for big-time terrorists. That's because I chose
to be anonymous. Some people don't. Only really stupid dicks like you
choose the sort of semi-anonymity which leaves you in constant fear.

"What a dickless wonder you are 'Snarky' you fat asshole."
-- in MID: <1156587081.123977.43800@m79g2000cwm.googlegroups.com>

"I am the only one who has outer filthed Ward" -- James C. "Crackhead"
Cracked voluntarily self-immolates, in MID:
1159678991.838385.310840@m7g2000cwm.googlegroups.com

"When I told Abbie Hoffman that he was the first one who made me laugh
since Lenny Bruce died, Hoffman said, "Really? He was my god." The
combination of satirical irreverence and sense of justice that Bruce and
Hoffman shared was the real spirit behind the Yippies--a term I coined
to describe a phenomenon that already existed: an organic coalition of
stoned hippies and political activists who engaged in such actions as
throwing money on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, then
explaining to reporters the meaning of that symbolism. Folksinger Phil
Ochs summed it up: "A demonstration should turn you on, not turn you
off." So when journalists link the Yippies with misleading bedfellows,
at best it's careless shorthand; at worst it's deliberate demonization.
Osama bin Laden wanted an aircraft to crash into the Pentagon. Abbie
Hoffman merely wanted to levitate it." -- Paul Krassner,
http://tinyurl.com/ehu3v
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verwarring (111)
2/3/2007 12:47:15 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
screamed:
> "Max Grrl" wrote
>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> 
>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>   from adolescent LinTards?

Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
yo' momma lames, after all.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris! TM#5; COOSN-029-06-71069
Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

http://www6.kingdomofloathing.com/login.php

"This is a sandwich made by a Spam Witch. You know why Spam Witches
can't starve if they're at the beach? Because they can always eat the
sand which is there." -- Spam Witch sammich, from The Kingdom of
Loathing

http://www.runescape.com/
No one expects the Fannish Inquisition!
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cabal_of_the_Holy_Pretzel/join
Cabal of the Holy International Discordian Internet & Usenet Terrorist
Pretzel

"i have no need for sex; i'd rather tease you, honeybuns." -- Teh Mop
Jockey doesn't know the meaning of "TMI". MID:
<1253073.6W9sK7zyKL@unixd0rk.com>

"What are marijuana tablets?"

"When logic and proportion
Have fallen softly dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!'
Remember what the dormouse said:
'Feed your head
Feed your head
Feed your head'"
-- "White Rabbit", Jefferson Airplane

I own "James C Cracked is God!!!":
MID: <1161060410.704020.285410@i42g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>

"Chips on you dud, you got bugged for being near me, Viruses transmit
that way you know." -- Blooey: Master of the Autoflame. Message-ID:
<4556A926.6F259DC9@pharae.org>

"The nonsense screeds you compose and post to usenet lack any kind of
coherent and rational meaning whatsoever, and are composed of random
bits and pieces stolen from mythology, science fiction, religion, comic
books, etc., placed into a blender, and the switch turned to the highest
setting.
 About every other screed has droppings of death threats, racial
bigotry, laughably false prophesies of gloom and doom, and inane
attempts to extort money. These bland, meaningless, pulpy messes are
then trowled into usenet; identical or nearly identical screeds are
repeated ad nauseum." -- Art Deco had to clean up bits of Warhol for
days after using the Hammer on him

"Q: How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a
light bulb?
A: None. There is no need to change anything. We made the right decision
to stick with that light bulb. People who say that it is burned out are
giving aid and encouragement to the Forces of Darkness." -- Anon.

"Outlaw amateur assassins!" -- Chiun 

"Property is theft." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is liberty." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is impossible." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon

"Etymology:
Argumentum ad Septicus : argument to putrefaction. Derived from Septicum
Argumentum : putrefaction of argument.

 "Septic \Sep"tic\, Septical \Sep"tic*al\
        a. [L. septicus to make putrid: cf. F. septique.]
           Having power to promote putrefaction. Of or relating to or
           caused by putrefaction." -- Kadaitcha Man, indirectly to
Donald "Skeptic"/"Septic" Alford, in MID: <a3svh.djj.19.1@news.alt.net>

"I never fail to be amazing" -- Looney Maroon for September 2006 nominee
William Barwell's ego knows no bounds. MID:
12ggt3q3uti3t52@corp.supernews.com

"Red meat won't hurt you. Fuzzy, blue-green meat will." 
                     -- Zog the etc., in alt.discordia (correct 
                        as needed) 

"may you live to whatever age you'd like to." -- Dave Hillstrom, 
in alt.discordia

"We are most nearly ourselves when we achieve the seriousness of the
child at play." -- Heraclitus

"And thats another mistake on your part. Your 'playing' games on usenet,
and I'm not playing...It has nothing to do with impressing you, it has
more to do with making sure you have the education you'll need to debate.
The debate is no fun for me if you are mentally incapable of it. I'm
giving you an opportunity to educate yourself. That's all." -- A trashy
former virus-writer turned Outer Filth doesn't know if he's playing or
working, in MID: <1159389579.179851.33970@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>

"I am incapable of original thoughts" -- Ctrl�/Alt�/Del� has an honest
moment, in MID: <0h59i25ejlthqeeitdp0hlk4kvo1ejpkt9@4ax.com>

"But now the end is near. Now Mark Foley comes along and is making
almost all liberal dreams come true and seriously, I'm sorry for it.
See, I believe in karma. I believe what comes around goes around and I
know full well that it's just bad juju to wish such a level of turmoil
and ill upon other humans, warmongering gay-hating maladroits or no, and
that the real path of enlightenment is paved with forgiveness and
progress and white-hot love and turning the other cheek and scotch. 

"In fact, Jesus said something about that, I do believe. He said, "Knock
it off already with the warmongering and the hating of each other and
let's all get some wine and party like it's 2012." Then again, he never
saw Karl Rove stab the nation with the dull ice pick of bogus fear. He
never heard George W. Bush describe brutal war and the death of tens of
thousands as "just a comma" in world history.

"Check that. Maybe I'm not so sorry after all." -- Mark Morford,
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/gate/archive/2006/10/11/
notes101106.DTL&nl=fix
http://tinyurl.com/kusmr
0
2/3/2007 1:25:43 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 20:05:44 -0700, Hugh Gibbons
<hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> In article <2Dvwh.1410$Om.1166@read2.cgocable.net>,
>  "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
>> > Fuckwit.
>> 
>>   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
>> server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.
>
> He never did any system updates in 1.5 years?  With Microsoft releasing 
> security updates about once a month?  It sounds not credible.

I expect *somebody* has been running VistaKing's friend's server
without any problems, but not necessarily VistaKing's friend.


-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 1:27:24 PM
On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

>
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>
>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming from
> adolescent LinTards?

"User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"


-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 1:30:14 PM
On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:25:43 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote
(in article <pan.2007.02.03.13.25.40.134356@hell.corn>):

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
> screamed:
>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>> 
>> Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>> from adolescent LinTards?
> 
> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
> yo' momma lames, after all.
> 
> 

Oh for fuck sake's Demon get a life. I'm sure that all the things you ever 
wrote are real nice and shiny? Wash yer mouth you drool!

-- 
I feel it flowing through my veins, a poison fighting to gain possession of 
my body ... I feel numb, my mind is fuzzy and my vision blurred ... I hate 
what is happening but I cannot help but be excited at the thought of this 
transformation ... The Troll of depravity is coming � help me �

http://brawl-hall.com/forums/
alt.troll
alt.usenet.kooks
alt.flame

0
2/3/2007 1:35:06 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:38:25 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
screamed:

>> > > > Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
>> >
>> > "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>> > > I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
> 
>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> >    I wouldn't know.  But for comparison, what does a regular cock
>> >    taste
> like
>> > Max Grrl?
> 
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote> *shrugs*
>> Actually, PussyMonkey's a better judge than I . . .
> 
>   I didn't ask for his judgement.  I asked for yours.

But the Monkey's the expert on cocksucking! Mind you, he's a rarity
among Linux users -- an actual 'tard. Most of the others I know are
either complete non-k00ks or at least non-Foam Duck candidates. One
former roomie used Debian, and she was extremely bright. Got a
scholarship in Ontario somewhere, I forget the university, where she'll
be taking courses in cryptography and quantum physics, among other
things.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris! TM#5; COOSN-029-06-71069
Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

http://www6.kingdomofloathing.com/login.php

"This is a sandwich made by a Spam Witch. You know why Spam Witches
can't starve if they're at the beach? Because they can always eat the
sand which is there." -- Spam Witch sammich, from The Kingdom of
Loathing

http://www.runescape.com/
No one expects the Fannish Inquisition!
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cabal_of_the_Holy_Pretzel/join
Cabal of the Holy International Discordian Internet & Usenet Terrorist
Pretzel

"i have no need for sex; i'd rather tease you, honeybuns." -- Teh Mop
Jockey doesn't know the meaning of "TMI". MID:
<1253073.6W9sK7zyKL@unixd0rk.com>

"What are marijuana tablets?"

"When logic and proportion
Have fallen softly dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!'
Remember what the dormouse said:
'Feed your head
Feed your head
Feed your head'"
-- "White Rabbit", Jefferson Airplane

I own "James C Cracked is God!!!":
MID: <1161060410.704020.285410@i42g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>

"Chips on you dud, you got bugged for being near me, Viruses transmit
that way you know." -- Blooey: Master of the Autoflame. Message-ID:
<4556A926.6F259DC9@pharae.org>

"The nonsense screeds you compose and post to usenet lack any kind of
coherent and rational meaning whatsoever, and are composed of random
bits and pieces stolen from mythology, science fiction, religion, comic
books, etc., placed into a blender, and the switch turned to the highest
setting.
 About every other screed has droppings of death threats, racial
bigotry, laughably false prophesies of gloom and doom, and inane
attempts to extort money. These bland, meaningless, pulpy messes are
then trowled into usenet; identical or nearly identical screeds are
repeated ad nauseum." -- Art Deco had to clean up bits of Warhol for
days after using the Hammer on him

"Q: How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a
light bulb?
A: None. There is no need to change anything. We made the right decision
to stick with that light bulb. People who say that it is burned out are
giving aid and encouragement to the Forces of Darkness." -- Anon.

"Outlaw amateur assassins!" -- Chiun 

"Property is theft." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is liberty." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is impossible." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon

"Etymology:
Argumentum ad Septicus : argument to putrefaction. Derived from Septicum
Argumentum : putrefaction of argument.

 "Septic \Sep"tic\, Septical \Sep"tic*al\
        a. [L. septicus to make putrid: cf. F. septique.]
           Having power to promote putrefaction. Of or relating to or
           caused by putrefaction." -- Kadaitcha Man, indirectly to
Donald "Skeptic"/"Septic" Alford, in MID: <a3svh.djj.19.1@news.alt.net>

"I never fail to be amazing" -- Looney Maroon for September 2006 nominee
William Barwell's ego knows no bounds. MID:
12ggt3q3uti3t52@corp.supernews.com

"Red meat won't hurt you. Fuzzy, blue-green meat will." 
                     -- Zog the etc., in alt.discordia (correct 
                        as needed) 

"may you live to whatever age you'd like to." -- Dave Hillstrom, 
in alt.discordia

"We are most nearly ourselves when we achieve the seriousness of the
child at play." -- Heraclitus

"And thats another mistake on your part. Your 'playing' games on usenet,
and I'm not playing...It has nothing to do with impressing you, it has
more to do with making sure you have the education you'll need to debate.
The debate is no fun for me if you are mentally incapable of it. I'm
giving you an opportunity to educate yourself. That's all." -- A trashy
former virus-writer turned Outer Filth doesn't know if he's playing or
working, in MID: <1159389579.179851.33970@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>

"I am incapable of original thoughts" -- Ctrl�/Alt�/Del� has an honest
moment, in MID: <0h59i25ejlthqeeitdp0hlk4kvo1ejpkt9@4ax.com>

"But now the end is near. Now Mark Foley comes along and is making
almost all liberal dreams come true and seriously, I'm sorry for it.
See, I believe in karma. I believe what comes around goes around and I
know full well that it's just bad juju to wish such a level of turmoil
and ill upon other humans, warmongering gay-hating maladroits or no, and
that the real path of enlightenment is paved with forgiveness and
progress and white-hot love and turning the other cheek and scotch. 

"In fact, Jesus said something about that, I do believe. He said, "Knock
it off already with the warmongering and the hating of each other and
let's all get some wine and party like it's 2012." Then again, he never
saw Karl Rove stab the nation with the dull ice pick of bogus fear. He
never heard George W. Bush describe brutal war and the death of tens of
thousands as "just a comma" in world history.

"Check that. Maybe I'm not so sorry after all." -- Mark Morford,
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/gate/archive/2006/10/11/
notes101106.DTL&nl=fix
http://tinyurl.com/kusmr
0
2/3/2007 1:36:02 PM
The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
> screamed:
>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>> 
>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>   from adolescent LinTards?
> 
> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
> yo' momma lames, after all.
> 

And he is a windows user. Naturally
Not smart enough to post anything sensible
-- 
Warning: 10 days have passed since your last Windows reinstall.

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Peter.Koehlmann (13228)
2/3/2007 1:38:36 PM
On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:36:02 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote
(in article <pan.2007.02.03.13.35.52.11642@hell.corn>):

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:38:25 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
> screamed:
> 
>>>>>> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
>>>> 
>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>> I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
>> 
>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I wouldn't know.  But for comparison, what does a regular cock
>>>> taste
>> like
>>>> Max Grrl?
>> 
>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote> *shrugs*
>>> Actually, PussyMonkey's a better judge than I . . .
>> 
>> I didn't ask for his judgement.  I asked for yours.
> 
> But the Monkey's the expert on cocksucking! Mind you, he's a rarity
> among Linux users -- an actual 'tard. Most of the others I know are
> either complete non-k00ks or at least non-Foam Duck candidates. One
> former roomie used Debian, and she was extremely bright. Got a
> scholarship in Ontario somewhere, I forget the university, where she'll
> be taking courses in cryptography and quantum physics, among other
> things.
> 
> 

hmm.. Demon you sure do get excited over cock... Something your not quite 
telling the people.?
Run along back into your closet Demon where all your fantasies of being 
E-Batman can be fulfilled as you read and orgasm over the pathetic posts in 
here.... or meh.. just stick to one sentence posting after someone else's.. 
Dont try to flame dear... you were useless at it before and you haven�t 
improved at all.

-- 
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my body ... I feel numb, my mind is fuzzy and my vision blurred ... I hate 
what is happening but I cannot help but be excited at the thought of this 
transformation ... The Troll of depravity is coming � help me �

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2/3/2007 1:46:35 PM
Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern attempted
> to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
>>> oddly state:
>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01 Feb
>>>> 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need something
>>>>> off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so he doesn't
>>>>> charge me tax.
>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>
>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like the
>>>>> rest of the population about 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of
>>>>> them.
>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>
>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>
>>>> [rest snipped]
>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated for
>>> multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No effort
>>> at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
>>> Here's the ballot:
>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig for
>>> one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred" is...
>>>
>>>
>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to play
>> hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for his
>> vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>
>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo Sandwich,
>> Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
> 
> Well, you got two of the titles right.
> 
More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice try, 
tho!
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2/3/2007 1:50:03 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> Peter J Ross wrote:
>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> 
>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>> 
>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>> 
> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)

Is that relevant somehow?

-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 1:56:46 PM
Max Grrl wrote:

> Peter Köhlmann wrote:
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> 
>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>
>> 
>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
> 
> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
> 
> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!

See? It just takes minutes and you prove me right
-- 
Microsoft? Is that some kind of a toilet paper?

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Peter.Koehlmann (13228)
2/3/2007 2:00:38 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> 
>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>
>> 
>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>
> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>
> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!

What's unacceptable about it? It does what the manual says it does.

[Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]

-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 2:02:21 PM
Peter Köhlmann wrote:
> Max Grrl wrote:
> 
>> Peter Köhlmann wrote:
>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>> screamed:
>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>
>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>
>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
> 
> See? It just takes minutes and you prove me right
All you've proven is that you're retarded.
0
2/3/2007 2:26:49 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>> screamed:
>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>
>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>
>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
> 
> What's unacceptable about it? It does what the manual says it does.
> 
You're unemployed right??
> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
> 
If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.

0
2/3/2007 2:26:49 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>> screamed:
>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>
>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>
>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
> 
> What's unacceptable about it? It does what the manual says it does.
> 
You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
> 
If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.


0
2/3/2007 2:26:50 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> Peter J Ross wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> 
>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>>> screamed:
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>
>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>>
>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>> 
>> What's unacceptable about it?

Note: no response.

I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.

And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
RTFM.

>> It does what the manual says it does.
>> 
> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??

No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.

>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>> 
> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.

"But Mommy, he started it!"


-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 3:09:02 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>>>> screamed:
>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>>>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>
>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>>>
>>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>> What's unacceptable about it?
> 
> Note: no response.
> 
> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>
Very Wrong. My comment about you being unemployed was directly related 
to your statement here.
> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
> RTFM.
I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even yesterday.
> 
>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>
>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
> 
> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
> 
Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>
>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.
> 
> "But Mommy, he started it!"
> 
Exactly.. It's that simple!
> 
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2/3/2007 3:15:05 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
the cha-cha, and screamed:
> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
>>>> oddly state:
>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01
>>>>> Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so
>>>>>> he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>>
>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like
>>>>>> the rest of the population about
>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>
>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>
>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>
>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated
>>>> for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No
>>>> effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig
>>>> for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred" is...
>>>
>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for
>>> his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>
>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host
>>> of others.
>> 
>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
> 
> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice try,
> tho!

I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just one
example.

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<1253073.6W9sK7zyKL@unixd0rk.com>

"What are marijuana tablets?"

"When logic and proportion
Have fallen softly dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!'
Remember what the dormouse said:
'Feed your head
Feed your head
Feed your head'"
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I own "James C Cracked is God!!!":
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coherent and rational meaning whatsoever, and are composed of random
bits and pieces stolen from mythology, science fiction, religion, comic
books, etc., placed into a blender, and the switch turned to the highest
setting.
 About every other screed has droppings of death threats, racial
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then trowled into usenet; identical or nearly identical screeds are
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know full well that it's just bad juju to wish such a level of turmoil
and ill upon other humans, warmongering gay-hating maladroits or no, and
that the real path of enlightenment is paved with forgiveness and
progress and white-hot love and turning the other cheek and scotch. 

"In fact, Jesus said something about that, I do believe. He said, "Knock
it off already with the warmongering and the hating of each other and
let's all get some wine and party like it's 2012." Then again, he never
saw Karl Rove stab the nation with the dull ice pick of bogus fear. He
never heard George W. Bush describe brutal war and the death of tens of
thousands as "just a comma" in world history.

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2/3/2007 3:54:46 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> 
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> 
>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>   from
> adolescent LinTards?

Why do you say that? Most people that post that kind of crap aren't
running Linux.

Because they can't. 

Look at the next post and see it was a Windows user. 
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Trueno (110)
2/3/2007 3:55:14 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:56:46 +0000, Peter J Ross wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>> 
>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>> 
>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>> 
>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
> 
> Is that relevant somehow?


It's trying to prove that it can read headers, too.

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Trueno (110)
2/3/2007 3:55:56 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> Peter J Ross wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> 
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl
>>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>
>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
>>>>>>> and screamed:
>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
>>>>>> anything sensible
>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
>> 
>> Note: no response.
>> 
>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>>
> Very Wrong.

So what's unacceptable about it?

> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related 
> to your statement here.

A statement you didn't understand.

>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
>> RTFM.
> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even yesterday.

No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
does.

>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>>
>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
>> 
>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
>> 
> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"

That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
that I've never been employed as an astronaut.

Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.

>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>>
>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.
>> 
>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
>> 
> Exactly.. It's that simple!

++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;


-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 3:57:13 PM
The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
>>>>> oddly state:
>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01
>>>>>> Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so
>>>>>>> he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like
>>>>>>> the rest of the population about
>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated
>>>>> for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No
>>>>> effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig
>>>>> for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred" is...
>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for
>>>> his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>
>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host
>>>> of others.
>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice try,
>> tho!
> 
> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just one
> example.
> 

You're a lying c*nt. Now get back to gagging on my doggy's d1ck. And 
don't neglect his bal1s this time, b1tch.

The Demon Prince of Absurdity's "I love horse c0ck, ..." -- The *ying*
collective finally steps out of the barn, in Mess-ID:
<pan.2007.01.31.07.43.48.940...@hell.corn>
0
The
2/3/2007 3:57:46 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:35:06 +0100, JanBen did the cha-cha, and screamed:
> On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:25:43 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>> screamed:
>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>> 
>>> Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>> from adolescent LinTards?
>> 
>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>> yo' momma lames, after all.
> 
> Oh for fuck sake's Demon get a life. I'm sure that all the things you ever
> wrote are real nice and shiny? Wash yer mouth you drool!

I'm quite sure they're not. Practically everything the Monkey-man posts
is lame, confused, and delusional drool, however.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
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VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
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"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

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can't starve if they're at the beach? Because they can always eat the
sand which is there." -- Spam Witch sammich, from The Kingdom of
Loathing

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<1253073.6W9sK7zyKL@unixd0rk.com>

"What are marijuana tablets?"

"When logic and proportion
Have fallen softly dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!'
Remember what the dormouse said:
'Feed your head
Feed your head
Feed your head'"
-- "White Rabbit", Jefferson Airplane

I own "James C Cracked is God!!!":
MID: <1161060410.704020.285410@i42g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>

"Chips on you dud, you got bugged for being near me, Viruses transmit
that way you know." -- Blooey: Master of the Autoflame. Message-ID:
<4556A926.6F259DC9@pharae.org>

"The nonsense screeds you compose and post to usenet lack any kind of
coherent and rational meaning whatsoever, and are composed of random
bits and pieces stolen from mythology, science fiction, religion, comic
books, etc., placed into a blender, and the switch turned to the highest
setting.
 About every other screed has droppings of death threats, racial
bigotry, laughably false prophesies of gloom and doom, and inane
attempts to extort money. These bland, meaningless, pulpy messes are
then trowled into usenet; identical or nearly identical screeds are
repeated ad nauseum." -- Art Deco had to clean up bits of Warhol for
days after using the Hammer on him

"Q: How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a
light bulb?
A: None. There is no need to change anything. We made the right decision
to stick with that light bulb. People who say that it is burned out are
giving aid and encouragement to the Forces of Darkness." -- Anon.

"Outlaw amateur assassins!" -- Chiun 

"Property is theft." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is liberty." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is impossible." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon

"Etymology:
Argumentum ad Septicus : argument to putrefaction. Derived from Septicum
Argumentum : putrefaction of argument.

 "Septic \Sep"tic\, Septical \Sep"tic*al\
        a. [L. septicus to make putrid: cf. F. septique.]
           Having power to promote putrefaction. Of or relating to or
           caused by putrefaction." -- Kadaitcha Man, indirectly to
Donald "Skeptic"/"Septic" Alford, in MID: <a3svh.djj.19.1@news.alt.net>

"I never fail to be amazing" -- Looney Maroon for September 2006 nominee
William Barwell's ego knows no bounds. MID:
12ggt3q3uti3t52@corp.supernews.com

"Red meat won't hurt you. Fuzzy, blue-green meat will." 
                     -- Zog the etc., in alt.discordia (correct 
                        as needed) 

"may you live to whatever age you'd like to." -- Dave Hillstrom, 
in alt.discordia

"We are most nearly ourselves when we achieve the seriousness of the
child at play." -- Heraclitus

"And thats another mistake on your part. Your 'playing' games on usenet,
and I'm not playing...It has nothing to do with impressing you, it has
more to do with making sure you have the education you'll need to debate.
The debate is no fun for me if you are mentally incapable of it. I'm
giving you an opportunity to educate yourself. That's all." -- A trashy
former virus-writer turned Outer Filth doesn't know if he's playing or
working, in MID: <1159389579.179851.33970@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>

"I am incapable of original thoughts" -- Ctrl�/Alt�/Del� has an honest
moment, in MID: <0h59i25ejlthqeeitdp0hlk4kvo1ejpkt9@4ax.com>

"But now the end is near. Now Mark Foley comes along and is making
almost all liberal dreams come true and seriously, I'm sorry for it.
See, I believe in karma. I believe what comes around goes around and I
know full well that it's just bad juju to wish such a level of turmoil
and ill upon other humans, warmongering gay-hating maladroits or no, and
that the real path of enlightenment is paved with forgiveness and
progress and white-hot love and turning the other cheek and scotch. 

"In fact, Jesus said something about that, I do believe. He said, "Knock
it off already with the warmongering and the hating of each other and
let's all get some wine and party like it's 2012." Then again, he never
saw Karl Rove stab the nation with the dull ice pick of bogus fear. He
never heard George W. Bush describe brutal war and the death of tens of
thousands as "just a comma" in world history.

"Check that. Maybe I'm not so sorry after all." -- Mark Morford,
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/gate/archive/2006/10/11/
notes101106.DTL&nl=fix
http://tinyurl.com/kusmr
0
2/3/2007 3:58:11 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:02:21 +0000, Peter J Ross wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Peter Köhlmann wrote:
>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> 
>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>> screamed:
>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex,
>>>> and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>>
>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>
>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
> 
> What's unacceptable about it? It does what the manual says it does.
> 
> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]


Bwahahaha! These Windows Kiddies are something, aren't they?


0
Trueno (110)
2/3/2007 3:59:15 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:38:36 +0100, Peter K�hlmann did the cha-cha, and
screamed:
> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>> screamed:
>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>> 
>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>> 
>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>> yo' momma lames, after all.
> 
> And he is a windows user. Naturally
> Not smart enough to post anything sensible

He has <trnddc> in his MID, so I'd say he doesn't even have that much of
an excuse.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
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VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

http://www6.kingdomofloathing.com/login.php

"This is a sandwich made by a Spam Witch. You know why Spam Witches
can't starve if they're at the beach? Because they can always eat the
sand which is there." -- Spam Witch sammich, from The Kingdom of
Loathing

http://www.runescape.com/
No one expects the Fannish Inquisition!
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cabal_of_the_Holy_Pretzel/join
Cabal of the Holy International Discordian Internet & Usenet Terrorist
Pretzel

"i have no need for sex; i'd rather tease you, honeybuns." -- Teh Mop
Jockey doesn't know the meaning of "TMI". MID:
<1253073.6W9sK7zyKL@unixd0rk.com>

"What are marijuana tablets?"

"When logic and proportion
Have fallen softly dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!'
Remember what the dormouse said:
'Feed your head
Feed your head
Feed your head'"
-- "White Rabbit", Jefferson Airplane

I own "James C Cracked is God!!!":
MID: <1161060410.704020.285410@i42g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>

"Chips on you dud, you got bugged for being near me, Viruses transmit
that way you know." -- Blooey: Master of the Autoflame. Message-ID:
<4556A926.6F259DC9@pharae.org>

"The nonsense screeds you compose and post to usenet lack any kind of
coherent and rational meaning whatsoever, and are composed of random
bits and pieces stolen from mythology, science fiction, religion, comic
books, etc., placed into a blender, and the switch turned to the highest
setting.
 About every other screed has droppings of death threats, racial
bigotry, laughably false prophesies of gloom and doom, and inane
attempts to extort money. These bland, meaningless, pulpy messes are
then trowled into usenet; identical or nearly identical screeds are
repeated ad nauseum." -- Art Deco had to clean up bits of Warhol for
days after using the Hammer on him

"Q: How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a
light bulb?
A: None. There is no need to change anything. We made the right decision
to stick with that light bulb. People who say that it is burned out are
giving aid and encouragement to the Forces of Darkness." -- Anon.

"Outlaw amateur assassins!" -- Chiun 

"Property is theft." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is liberty." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is impossible." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon

"Etymology:
Argumentum ad Septicus : argument to putrefaction. Derived from Septicum
Argumentum : putrefaction of argument.

 "Septic \Sep"tic\, Septical \Sep"tic*al\
        a. [L. septicus to make putrid: cf. F. septique.]
           Having power to promote putrefaction. Of or relating to or
           caused by putrefaction." -- Kadaitcha Man, indirectly to
Donald "Skeptic"/"Septic" Alford, in MID: <a3svh.djj.19.1@news.alt.net>

"I never fail to be amazing" -- Looney Maroon for September 2006 nominee
William Barwell's ego knows no bounds. MID:
12ggt3q3uti3t52@corp.supernews.com

"Red meat won't hurt you. Fuzzy, blue-green meat will." 
                     -- Zog the etc., in alt.discordia (correct 
                        as needed) 

"may you live to whatever age you'd like to." -- Dave Hillstrom, 
in alt.discordia

"We are most nearly ourselves when we achieve the seriousness of the
child at play." -- Heraclitus

"And thats another mistake on your part. Your 'playing' games on usenet,
and I'm not playing...It has nothing to do with impressing you, it has
more to do with making sure you have the education you'll need to debate.
The debate is no fun for me if you are mentally incapable of it. I'm
giving you an opportunity to educate yourself. That's all." -- A trashy
former virus-writer turned Outer Filth doesn't know if he's playing or
working, in MID: <1159389579.179851.33970@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>

"I am incapable of original thoughts" -- Ctrl�/Alt�/Del� has an honest
moment, in MID: <0h59i25ejlthqeeitdp0hlk4kvo1ejpkt9@4ax.com>

"But now the end is near. Now Mark Foley comes along and is making
almost all liberal dreams come true and seriously, I'm sorry for it.
See, I believe in karma. I believe what comes around goes around and I
know full well that it's just bad juju to wish such a level of turmoil
and ill upon other humans, warmongering gay-hating maladroits or no, and
that the real path of enlightenment is paved with forgiveness and
progress and white-hot love and turning the other cheek and scotch. 

"In fact, Jesus said something about that, I do believe. He said, "Knock
it off already with the warmongering and the hating of each other and
let's all get some wine and party like it's 2012." Then again, he never
saw Karl Rove stab the nation with the dull ice pick of bogus fear. He
never heard George W. Bush describe brutal war and the death of tens of
thousands as "just a comma" in world history.

"Check that. Maybe I'm not so sorry after all." -- Mark Morford,
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/gate/archive/2006/10/11/
notes101106.DTL&nl=fix
http://tinyurl.com/kusmr
0
2/3/2007 4:00:45 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:46:35 +0100, JanBen did the cha-cha, and screamed:
> On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:36:02 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:38:25 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>> screamed:
>> 
>>>>>>> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
>>>>> 
>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>> I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
>>> 
>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> I wouldn't know.  But for comparison, what does a regular cock taste
>>> like
>>>>> Max Grrl?
>>> 
>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote> *shrugs*
>>>> Actually, PussyMonkey's a better judge than I . . .
>>> 
>>> I didn't ask for his judgement.  I asked for yours.
>> 
>> But the Monkey's the expert on cocksucking! Mind you, he's a rarity
>> among Linux users -- an actual 'tard. Most of the others I know are
>> either complete non-k00ks or at least non-Foam Duck candidates. One
>> former roomie used Debian, and she was extremely bright. Got a
>> scholarship in Ontario somewhere, I forget the university, where she'll
>> be taking courses in cryptography and quantum physics, among other
>> things.
> 
> hmm.. Demon you sure do get excited over cock... Something your not quite
> telling the people.?
> Run along back into your closet Demon where all your fantasies of being
> E-Batman can be fulfilled as you read and orgasm over the pathetic posts
> in here.... or meh.. just stick to one sentence posting after someone
> else's.. Dont try to flame dear... you were useless at it before and you
> haven�t improved at all.

OK, let me be blunt: I'm bisexual. However, I never made this quote, my
frogger did: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." I don't really
need to say much to turn the Monkey into a pile of ashes, after that.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
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Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

http://www6.kingdomofloathing.com/login.php

"This is a sandwich made by a Spam Witch. You know why Spam Witches
can't starve if they're at the beach? Because they can always eat the
sand which is there." -- Spam Witch sammich, from The Kingdom of
Loathing

http://www.runescape.com/
No one expects the Fannish Inquisition!
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cabal_of_the_Holy_Pretzel/join
Cabal of the Holy International Discordian Internet & Usenet Terrorist
Pretzel

"i have no need for sex; i'd rather tease you, honeybuns." -- Teh Mop
Jockey doesn't know the meaning of "TMI". MID:
<1253073.6W9sK7zyKL@unixd0rk.com>

"What are marijuana tablets?"

"When logic and proportion
Have fallen softly dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!'
Remember what the dormouse said:
'Feed your head
Feed your head
Feed your head'"
-- "White Rabbit", Jefferson Airplane

I own "James C Cracked is God!!!":
MID: <1161060410.704020.285410@i42g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>

"Chips on you dud, you got bugged for being near me, Viruses transmit
that way you know." -- Blooey: Master of the Autoflame. Message-ID:
<4556A926.6F259DC9@pharae.org>

"The nonsense screeds you compose and post to usenet lack any kind of
coherent and rational meaning whatsoever, and are composed of random
bits and pieces stolen from mythology, science fiction, religion, comic
books, etc., placed into a blender, and the switch turned to the highest
setting.
 About every other screed has droppings of death threats, racial
bigotry, laughably false prophesies of gloom and doom, and inane
attempts to extort money. These bland, meaningless, pulpy messes are
then trowled into usenet; identical or nearly identical screeds are
repeated ad nauseum." -- Art Deco had to clean up bits of Warhol for
days after using the Hammer on him

"Q: How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a
light bulb?
A: None. There is no need to change anything. We made the right decision
to stick with that light bulb. People who say that it is burned out are
giving aid and encouragement to the Forces of Darkness." -- Anon.

"Outlaw amateur assassins!" -- Chiun 

"Property is theft." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is liberty." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon 
"Property is impossible." 
      -- P. J. Proudhon

"Etymology:
Argumentum ad Septicus : argument to putrefaction. Derived from Septicum
Argumentum : putrefaction of argument.

 "Septic \Sep"tic\, Septical \Sep"tic*al\
        a. [L. septicus to make putrid: cf. F. septique.]
           Having power to promote putrefaction. Of or relating to or
           caused by putrefaction." -- Kadaitcha Man, indirectly to
Donald "Skeptic"/"Septic" Alford, in MID: <a3svh.djj.19.1@news.alt.net>

"I never fail to be amazing" -- Looney Maroon for September 2006 nominee
William Barwell's ego knows no bounds. MID:
12ggt3q3uti3t52@corp.supernews.com

"Red meat won't hurt you. Fuzzy, blue-green meat will." 
                     -- Zog the etc., in alt.discordia (correct 
                        as needed) 

"may you live to whatever age you'd like to." -- Dave Hillstrom, 
in alt.discordia

"We are most nearly ourselves when we achieve the seriousness of the
child at play." -- Heraclitus

"And thats another mistake on your part. Your 'playing' games on usenet,
and I'm not playing...It has nothing to do with impressing you, it has
more to do with making sure you have the education you'll need to debate.
The debate is no fun for me if you are mentally incapable of it. I'm
giving you an opportunity to educate yourself. That's all." -- A trashy
former virus-writer turned Outer Filth doesn't know if he's playing or
working, in MID: <1159389579.179851.33970@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>

"I am incapable of original thoughts" -- Ctrl�/Alt�/Del� has an honest
moment, in MID: <0h59i25ejlthqeeitdp0hlk4kvo1ejpkt9@4ax.com>

"But now the end is near. Now Mark Foley comes along and is making
almost all liberal dreams come true and seriously, I'm sorry for it.
See, I believe in karma. I believe what comes around goes around and I
know full well that it's just bad juju to wish such a level of turmoil
and ill upon other humans, warmongering gay-hating maladroits or no, and
that the real path of enlightenment is paved with forgiveness and
progress and white-hot love and turning the other cheek and scotch. 

"In fact, Jesus said something about that, I do believe. He said, "Knock
it off already with the warmongering and the hating of each other and
let's all get some wine and party like it's 2012." Then again, he never
saw Karl Rove stab the nation with the dull ice pick of bogus fear. He
never heard George W. Bush describe brutal war and the death of tens of
thousands as "just a comma" in world history.

"Check that. Maybe I'm not so sorry after all." -- Mark Morford,
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/gate/archive/2006/10/11/
notes101106.DTL&nl=fix
http://tinyurl.com/kusmr
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2/3/2007 4:08:13 PM
The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:35:06 +0100, JanBen did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>> On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:25:43 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>> Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>> from adolescent LinTards?
>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>> Oh for fuck sake's Demon get a life. I'm sure that all the things you ever
>> wrote are real nice and shiny? Wash yer mouth you drool!
> 
> I'm quite sure they're not. Practically everything the Monkey-man posts
> is lame, confused, and delusional drool, however.
> 
Look at your *punk* _as$_ *desperately* trying to *avoid* 
_confrontation_ with JanB1tch. Have I c0ck slapped you that violently 
that you have nothing left to go at JanB1tch? I told you're a kook and 
not a kookologist and I guess we can say with 100% you're a b1tch. A 
newbie makes you look like a total f8cking b1tch. they should throw you 
out of the *ying* collective for this.

DemonSpawn you are one of the lamest Usenet posters out there. All your 
posts suck. They are give the distinct impression that whoever authored 
it was profoundly retarded.

B1tch, you need to renounce you c0ck and trade it in for a pus$y because 
  JanB1tch just as$raped you. And JanB1tch really doesn't have a c0ck. 
It's more like a glorified clitoris. If this were prison, you would have 
been just turned out and made his prison b1tch.

I'm glad to see I've made you so cautious about who you start $hit with 
now, ya trisexual freak. Now get back to licking my doggy's bal1s.

The Demon Prince of Absurdity's "I love horse c0ck, ..." -- The *ying*
collective finally steps out of the barn, in Mess-ID:
<pan.2007.01.31.07.43.48.940...@hell.corn>
0
The
2/3/2007 4:08:36 PM
The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
>>>>> oddly state:
>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01
>>>>>> Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so
>>>>>>> he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like
>>>>>>> the rest of the population about
>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated
>>>>> for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No
>>>>> effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig
>>>>> for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred" is...
>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for
>>>> his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>
>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host
>>>> of others.
>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice try,
>> tho!
> 
> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just one
> example.
> 
Lying c*nt. I'll never believe your tarded lying.
The Demon Prince of Absurdity's "I love horse c0ck, ..." -- The *ying*
collective finally steps out of the barn, in Mess-ID:
<pan.2007.01.31.07.43.48.940...@hell.corn>
0
The
2/3/2007 4:08:57 PM
The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:38:36 +0100, Peter K�hlmann did the cha-cha, and
> screamed:
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
> 
> He has <trnddc> in his MID, so I'd say he doesn't even have that much of
> an excuse.
> 
You have *hell.corn* in your MID and that tells me your a bottomfeeding 
trisexual moron that needs to do the world a favor and just die. Now. 
You're just a pathetic piece of $hit.


The Demon Prince of Absurdity's "I love horse c0ck, ..." -- The *ying*
collective finally steps out of the barn, in Mess-ID:
<pan.2007.01.31.07.43.48.940...@hell.corn>
0
2/3/2007 4:11:40 PM
In article <pan.2007.02.03.13.25.40.134356@hell.corn>, The Demon Prince
of Absurdity <absurd_number_of_nicks@hell.corn> wrote:

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
> screamed:
> > "Max Grrl" wrote
> >> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
> >> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> > 
> >   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
> >   from adolescent LinTards?
> 
> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
> yo' momma lames, after all.

And BTW, pretty sure he's using WinBlows, too . . .

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:19:57 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <pan.2007.02.03.13.25.40.134356@hell.corn>, The Demon Prince
> of Absurdity <absurd_number_of_nicks@hell.corn> wrote:
> 
>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>> screamed:
>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>> yo' momma lames, after all.
> 
> And BTW, pretty sure he's using WinBlows, too . . .
> 
I'm pretty sure that you still haven't douched yet, b1tch!
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2/3/2007 4:20:38 PM
The Secretary of HomIntern <YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:

>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
>>>>>> oddly state:
>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01
>>>>>>> Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>>>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so
>>>>>>>> he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like
>>>>>>>> the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated
>>>>>> for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No
>>>>>> effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig
>>>>>> for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred" is...
>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for
>>>>> his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>
>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host
>>>>> of others.
>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice try,
>>> tho!
>> 
>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just one
>> example.
>> 
>
>Yo

Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
"To err is human, to cover it up is Weasel" -- Dogbert
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erfc-10241 (1105)
2/3/2007 4:21:20 PM
In article <ec0xh.231562$EX4.90567@biebel.telenet-ops.be>, JanBen
<Next_Time_You_Moron@Plonk.com> wrote:

> On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:25:43 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote
> (in article <pan.2007.02.03.13.25.40.134356@hell.corn>):
> 
> > On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
> > screamed:
> >> "Max Grrl" wrote
> >>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
> >>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> >> 
> >> Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
> >> from adolescent LinTards?
> > 
> > Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
> > yo' momma lames, after all.
> > 
> > 
> 
> Oh for fuck sake's Demon get a life. I'm sure that all the things you ever 
> wrote are real nice and shiny? Wash yer mouth you drool!

You REALLY want to compare Demon's intelligent (though oft NON-PC posts
- pun intended, LOL) to Porchy's c0ck, b1tch, and p*ssy-ridden
lames?????

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:21:38 PM
In article <hq0xh.539$hH2.214@trnddc02>, The Secretary of HomIntern
<YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:

> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
> > On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
> > screamed:
> >> "Max Grrl" wrote
> >>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
> >>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> >>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
> >>   from adolescent LinTards?
> > 
> > Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
> > yo' momma lames, after all.
> > 
> Should you be at a bath house engaging in anonymous gay sex, tri-guy?

Why? Was he supposed to meet you there so you can suck his c0ck some
more? o_O

(lame misspelling of flame intended)
>

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:24:35 PM
In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
<maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:

> Peter J Ross wrote:
> > On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
> > <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> > 
> >> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> >>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
> >>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> >>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
> >>   from
> >> adolescent LinTards?
> > 
> > "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
> > 
> > 
> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)

So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )

BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
brain cells together to do it. 
TIA!!

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:26:42 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <ec0xh.231562$EX4.90567@biebel.telenet-ops.be>, JanBen
> <Next_Time_You_Moron@Plonk.com> wrote:
> 
>> On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:25:43 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote
>> (in article <pan.2007.02.03.13.25.40.134356@hell.corn>):
>>
>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>> Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>> from adolescent LinTards?
>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>
>>>
>> Oh for fuck sake's Demon get a life. I'm sure that all the things you ever 
>> wrote are real nice and shiny? Wash yer mouth you drool!
> 
> You REALLY want to compare Demon's intelligent (though oft NON-PC posts
> - pun intended, LOL) to Porchy's c0ck, b1tch, and p*ssy-ridden
> lames?????
> 
Douche, b1tch , douche your skanky dirty nasty toxic pus$y.
End your douche defiance, now
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exebuyola (74)
2/3/2007 4:27:41 PM
In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
<pjr@example.invalid> wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
> > Peter J Ross wrote:
> >> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
> >> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> >> 
> >>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> >>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
> >>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> >>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
> >>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
> >> 
> >> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
> >> 
> > User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
> 
> Is that relevant somehow?

You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
286 he's using, don't you?

Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:28:12 PM
In article <gFvwh.1423$EO2.511@read1.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> > > > > Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> > >
> > > "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > > > I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
> 
> > <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > >    I wouldn't know.  But for comparison, what does a regular cock taste
> like
> > > Max Grrl?
> 
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote> *shrugs*
> > Actually, PussyMonkey's a better judge than I . . .
> 
>   I didn't ask for his judgement.  I asked for yours.

Why? Are you thinking about "switching teams?"

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:33:12 PM
In article <eptj15$7cg$1@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
<someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:07:19 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:
> 
> > In article <eplnie$3dr$7@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
> > <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
> > 
> >> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:27:01 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> >> 
> >> > Linux - The never ready OS.
> >> > 
> >> < snip 330 lines of crud >
> >> 
> >> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people of
> >> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why I'm
> >> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed on a machine with
> >> half the CPU power and less than a quarter of the RAM of a machine with
> >> (equally recently installed) XPSP2 and get things done faster on it,
> >> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of the
> >> iminent BSOD.
> >> 
> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing (please dont give me a lecture
> >> on how fantastic these new wireless jobbies are, I'm not interested) with
> >> totally unconfigurable DHCP, pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> >> the machine, when I can pay nothing to have something do exactly what I
> >> want and be secure and stable? Add to that, the same spec box will record
> >> off the telly to .mpeg file while burning off a disk at the same time
> >> without falling over.
> >> 
> >> The only reason I still keep a Winblows box around is for PC games and
> >> MP3's.
> > 
> > Actually, I keep mine around as an impromptu table for my soda & ash
> > tray.
> > 
> > You mean you actually bother to turn yours on??? o_O
> 
> Only occasionally do I waste my time turning that slow (brand new) box on.

Actually, I gave mine to my 9 yo . . .  he likes playing kid's games on
it and it's how you say . . .  disposable. So if he goes bonkers over
losing a game or gets too excited as he's winning and knocks the thing
off his desk, no big deal.

For school work and surfing, both of my kids have a Mac. : )

Oops! I should in all fairness say that they DO use the PC for surfing
Cosmeo,com . . .  it doesn't play nice with Mac, so they have to
sometimes. Same with Runescape.
> 
> >> Admittadly, I haven't played much with SunOS or Mac, but they seem pretty
> >> sweet to me.
> > 
> > I'm Mac . . .  and my older Mac works better, even though my Mac has
> > half the processor speed, than my newer PC (high-end, no less) EVER did
> > - even straight out of the box.
> 
> That hardly surprises me. I feel stupid for not going down the mac route
> years ago.

LOL, it's not too late - since the Intels are out, you can get a sweet
deal on a G5, now. Been thinking about going ahead and snagging an
Intel, merely for the processing power (have no plans to use it as a
Mac/PC box - no need at all) . . .  

> >> Fucking idiot.
> > 
> > IAWTP
> 
> IAWTP TOO!!3

Me, TOO!!!oo <---- infinity : )

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:42:50 PM
In article <_Ivwh.1424$EO2.283@read1.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> > I feel stupid for not going down the mac route years ago.
> 
> Ya, selecting Linux is one of the worst decsions that can be made.

Personally, I know next to nothing about Linux . . .  but I know many
people who run it and they *love* it.

Sorry, but my experience has taught me that *anything's* better than a
WinBlows.

Side note: Good friend of mine about two months ago bought his first
Mac after years of the agony of MicroShaft . . . no crashes, increased
productivity and more creativity. : )
He's buying more for his entire company.
Yea, Mac!! : )
> 
>

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:45:45 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl
>>>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
>>>>>>>> and screamed:
>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
>>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
>>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
>>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
>>>>>>> anything sensible
>>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>>>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
>>> Note: no response.
>>>
>>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>>>
>> Very Wrong.
> 
> So what's unacceptable about it?
> 
I'm not your tutor RTFM
>> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related 
>> to your statement here.
> 
> A statement you didn't understand.
I guess you don't know what that command does, afterall. Pity.
> 
>>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
>>> RTFM.
>> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even yesterday.
> 
> No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
> does.
> 
>>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>>>
>>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
>>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
>>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
>>>
>> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
> 
> That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
> that I've never been employed as an astronaut.
> 
> Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.
> 
Your ignorance of linux is apparent. Go buy a book on it and do try and 
catch up
>>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>>>
>>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.
>>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
>>>
>> Exactly.. It's that simple!
> 
> ++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;
> 
--$total-number-of-intelligent-linux-users;

moron.
> 
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2/3/2007 4:46:02 PM
In article <BHvwh.1411$Om.563@read2.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > Don't know anything about Linux.
> 
>   Smart move.
> 
> 
> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> > Whereas, between GPFs and trojans, I had at least 3 crashes a week on
> > my PC.
> 
>   Get a power conditioning UPS.

Why should I buy extra equipment when my Mac has *no* need of it????

Isn't that kind of like buying a car chassis and then having to go out
and buy an engine for it???
> 
>

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:47:30 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <hq0xh.539$hH2.214@trnddc02>, The Secretary of HomIntern
> <YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:
> 
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>   from adolescent LinTards?
>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex, and
>>> yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>
>> Should you be at a bath house engaging in anonymous gay sex, tri-guy?
> 
> Why? Was he supposed to meet you there so you can suck his c0ck some
> more? o_O
> 
nah he was supposed to have you like the urinals again for spare change, 
b1tch.
> (lame misspelling of flame intended)
> 

Just douche it, Douche Defiant B1tch!
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The
2/3/2007 4:47:45 PM
In article <eptilm$82f$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
<someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:09:17 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:
> 
> > In article <epqomu$hvj$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
> > <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
> > 
> >> On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> >> 
> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people
> >> >> of
> >> >> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why
> >> >> I'm
> >> >> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed
> >> > 
> >> >   Any fool can install Linux and have it run in 1920's vesa mode, network
> >> > cards at 1/10th speed, improperly configured keyboard, lack of 3d
> >> > support,
> >> > broken audio and a software mouse cursor.
> >> > 
> >> >   Hell, virtually every Linux user is running their machine with one or
> >> >   more
> >> > of these problems.
> >> > 
> >> >   You are just too stupid to noice.
> >> 
> >> Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
> >> "problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless security
> >> vunerabilities... not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
> >> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
> >> 
> >> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
> >> stability.
> >> 
> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of
> >> > the
> >> >> iminent BSOD.
> >> > 
> >> >   Clearly  you are paranoid.
> >> 
> >> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
> >> systems once a year.
> >> 
> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> >> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
> >> > 
> >> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
> >> > 
> >> >   Stupid LinTard.
> >> 
> >> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
> >> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay �200 or more
> >> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
> >> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
> >> 
> >> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
> >> not how bill wants it.
> >> 
> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> >> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> >> >> the machine,
> >> > 
> >> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
> >> 
> >> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
> >> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
> >> 
> >> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do know
> >> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
> >> 
> >> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
> >> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
> >> 
> >> >> when I can pay nothing
> >> > 
> >> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
> >> 
> >> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
> >> 
> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> to have something do exactly what I want
> >> > 
> >> >   If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.
> >> 
> >> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
> >> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
> >> 
> >> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> > 
> > LOL!!
> > 
> > I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
> 
> Maybe I should ask some of the prostetutes he hired when he was a teenager?

Or, you could ask the ones he hires today.

-- 
Max Grrl
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2/3/2007 4:48:06 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>   from
>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>
>>>
>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
> 
> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
> 
You still haven't learned how to douche, you silly c*nt.
> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
I know b1tch. And wanted to illustrate that he's using a linux based 
read, b1tch. It's as simple as that c*nt.  Do try and douche your nasty 
toxic pus$y before the ozone layer is totally depleted.
> and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
> brain cells together to do it. 
> TIA!!
> 

ESAD, c*nt. and

Douche, b1tch, douche
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2/3/2007 4:50:08 PM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>
>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>
>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>> Is that relevant somehow?
> 
> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
> 286 he's using, don't you?
> 
> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
> 

b1tch are you trying to give Peter your raging case of Herpes? Is it 
your goal to have him on Valtrex for the rest of his life. You know you 
need to wear a teflon pus$y guard before you go out in public.

BTW, why aren't you at McDonalds order off of the dollar menu, MaxWhore?
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2/3/2007 4:52:18 PM
Art Deco wrote:
> The Secretary of HomIntern <YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:
> 
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did most
>>>>>>> oddly state:
>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01
>>>>>>>> Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled to
>>>>>>>>>>> respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat so
>>>>>>>>> he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like
>>>>>>>>> the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated
>>>>>>> for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No
>>>>>>> effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig
>>>>>>> for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred" is...
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk for
>>>>>> his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a host
>>>>>> of others.
>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice try,
>>>> tho!
>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just one
>>> example.
>>>
>> Yo
> 
> Shuttup, ko0k.
> 
Yeah! Shaddup, kook!!
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Jabriol (2)
2/3/2007 5:14:55 PM
Hail Eris! On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:57:46 +0000, Classic "oar pin"
Tholenator, or someone awfully like him, tholed:
> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did
>>>>>> most oddly state:
>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01
>>>>>>> Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled
>>>>>>>>>> to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat
>>>>>>>> so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like
>>>>>>>> the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated
>>>>>> for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No
>>>>>> effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig
>>>>>> for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred"
>>>>>> is...
>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk
>>>>> for his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>
>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a
>>>>> host of others.
>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice
>>> try, tho!
>> 
>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just
>> one example.
> 
> You're a lying c*nt. <THWACK!>

Hmmm?

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
All Hail Discordia! TM#5; Flonk Leader 2 & 11-1/9; Chung Convict #27
The Ridiculously Long Scarf of Tom Baker
COOSN-029-06-71069

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

http://www.insurgent.org/~kook-faq/faq.html

1. What is this newsgroup, alt.usenet.kooks (AUK)?

A mass of electrons spread out upon bandwidth scattered across the globe
for the express purpose of separating the wheat from the chaff of the
net.

2. This is a joke, right? RIGHT?!!

No more a joke than the fact that ISPs let people on every day who have
nothing better to do than annoy their neighbors enough to win by popular
vote silly little awards created for just such buffoons as them.

3. What's this newsgroup for?

The newsgroup alt.usenet.kooks is for the discovery and discussion of
Kooks on Usenet and the Internet. These people are known technically as
net.kooks.

4. What's this newsgroup NOT for?

This group exists for recreational Kookology, not for Very Personal
Vendetta. It is not to be used for general harassment of someone, or for
net abuse such as spamming and flooding and cancelbombing in an attempt
to gain vengeance on someone or get the denizens of AUK to shut up.
Either way, it won't work, it's very messy, "Bob" will give you triple
your money back, and you don't get a life.

Also, we [tinw] are not in the business of harassing the vulnerable or
the insane. Occasionally an apparent net.kook proves to be genuinely
ill. In such cases the person is disqualified from winning awards and
other posters are asked to avoid exacerbating his or her problems.
Similarly, trolling or kook-hunting in support groups is strongly
discouraged.

5. Who let this newsgroup in here, and why wasn't I notified?

That's what you get for hogging the Beer Fund.

(Here you can view the control message that started it all, from our
Mighty Founder MAC.)

http://www.insurgent.org/~kook-faq/faq.html#q5

6. Who is a net.kook?

If you post uniquely strange, preferably incomprehensible articles, or
you manifest a persistent, extreme, and somewhat bizarre obsession, you
just might be a net.kook. And more.

It is important to note the subtle distinction between a net.kook, a
net.cretin, a clueless newbie, troll, or garden-variety @$$hole. The
newbie, one hopes, can acquire a clue on the installment plan even if he
can't afford to buy one for cash; the cretin is merely stupid and/or
irritating; the troll makes a fool out of himself by making a fool out
of you, the @$$hole is, well, simply that. But a TRUE net.kook has a
special fascination derived from his/her/its utter ineffability. Their
behavior is irrational, if not downright weird, but they are seldom
merely boring.

It is not considered appropriate to nominate clueless newbies, trolls,
or longwinded spambrains as net.kooks. It is acceptable to nominate
net.cretins, or simply to present them, without nomination, for whatever
minor amusement value they may have; but the real focus here is on
net.kooks in all their raging, indomitable glory.

Important Disclaimer: the fact that someone has been proclaimed a
net.kook does not imply any psychological diagnosis in and of itself. A
net.kook may or may not be clinically insane; that is not the concern of
the AUK audience.

We hope.

7. Can you show me a few examples?

I'd rather not, but it may help to clarify things... The person who
posted a handful of meaningless, ill-formed newgroup messages on May 21,
1994 was a Clueless Newbie. The person who hung around
alt.religion.kibology during April and May 1994, constantly posting
boilerplate "warning" messages telling people that ARK messages were
intentionally meaningless, was a net.cretin. The people who post
demented "scientific" theories, like Archimedes Plutonium's concept of
the universe being one giant atom of plutonium, and seem incorrigible to
criticism, are moderate net.kooks. The sort of being who constantly
raves about the conspiracy against her/him/it is an extreme net.kook,
especially if he/she/it automatically assumes that anyone who questions
their world-view is an agent of the conspirators or is an ultra
right-wing/left-wing extremist, and hides behind an anonymous remailer
to avoid "persecution" even though they would get one hell of a lot less
of it by not posting at all.

http://www.insurgent.org/~jhd/kookway.htm

8. How do I present a Kook on this group?

The preferred technique is to get the suspected Kook to start posting to
AUK so that we can all see him/her/it in all their first-hand Glory. You
can do this by posting followups to the suspect's weirder messages, with
your followups nonchalantly crossposted to AUK. If the suspect responds
to your messages without editing the Newsgroups line, you've achieved
your goal.

Another acceptable method is to repost, complete and unedited, one or
two of the suspected Kook's recent rants. If you do this, please provide
a brief intro in the header describing what the hell you're doing, such
as indicating who this person is, what group you found the message on,
or why you think the rest of us should give a rat's @$$ about it.

You should be aware that if you try this with some perfectly reasonable
posting, you may be flamed to net.hell and back and probably suspected
of being a net.loon yourself. It is also considered extremely lame to
nominate someone as a Kook simply because you have lost, or at least
failed to win, a debate with them; persistently doing so is likely to
get you nominated for Kook Awards. That someone fails to perceive the
self-evident, unassailable wisdom of your viewpoint does not, in and of
itself, constitute Kookery.

9. What are the Kook Awards?

The newsgroup alt.usenet.kooks offers a variety of widely-recognized and
highly dubious honors for your service, applying to net.kooks
everywhere. They recognize several kinds and many levels of net.kookery.

Here is a detailed list of AUK awards and descriptions.

http://www.insurgent.org/~kook-faq/faq.html#q9

10. Who the FSCK appointed YOU net.kookologist/god/nazi etc.

Nobody. We have a Gift.

11. Are there any holidays in AUK?

Why yes, there sure are:

March 30th - CALL to ARMMs

Commemorating the earliest most virulent Kook post flood of Usenet, and
the great flamewar that followed in its wake.

June 26th - KOOKS DAY

Named in commemoration of Earl Curley checking into the Motel Deep 6 to
serve a major in the pine penalty box, the same date as Edmond Wollmann
got arrested riding the San Clemente railway...on his motorcycle.

August 15th - DEAD DOC TAVISH DAY

Named in honor of the death of one of Usenet's most famed identities due
to excessive Usenet exposure; his virtual corpse is buried in a rural
cemetery near New Bremen, Texas

September 10th - KAZOO DAY

This holiday commemorates Raymond Ronald "Kazoo" Karczewski's conviction
for seven felonies. May Raymold be a warning to all kooks who are
tempted to think that a "Sovereign Christ" is above the law.

December 20th - AUK BIRTHDAY

The anniversary of the newgrouping of alt.usenet.kooks

12. What should I do if I'm paged on the Red Courtesy Telephone?

Give the caller Gandalf the Gray's speech to the demon. Verbatim.

13. Is alt.usenet.kooks archived anywhere?

Why would you even *want* to know? [But if you truly must know, GIYF.
You masochist, you.]

14. What should we do about the book?

Burn it.

15. Where can I find out more about net.kooks?

Several mini-FAQs on classic kooks of the past and present (along with
several non-kooky legendary netters) are available on the World Wide Web
in various archives. Be sure to set aside coffee and cats before
reading. [Try insurgent.org/kook-faq/]

16. What are the AUK Offices?

As well as the kook awards, kooks may compete to hold office for a month
or longer. Nominations are made in exactly the same way as for awards;
the difference is that the previous holder of the office always appears
on the ballot paper when a new candidate emerges, and the winner remains
in office until challenged again. At present, the offices are as
follows.

Darth Bawl -

This office is held by Usenet's biggest crybaby.

Village Idiot -

The name says it all.

Kooki Information Minister -

Named in honour of Iraq's Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf, this office is held
by the kook whose claims are most noticeably at variance with known
facts.

Ministry of Circle Jerks -

Although many kooks are lone wolves, a few like to make friends with
those who are as delusional as themselves. This office rewards the
slurpfests that often ensue.

17. Are there any net.kook awards outside of AUK?

At various points of time there have been several, from the Christian
groups' Steebie Award to alt.fan.art-bell's Angstrom Medal. At least two
newsgroups, talk.politics.guns and comp.systems.mac.advocacy, have given
out their own Kook of the Month awards. Check around from time to time
to see what other net.kook awards might be around. [alt.atheism does
them, too.]

18. What is the Cabal?

From the beginning of Usenet time, there has been but one force capable
of holding it in check to remain in the realm of mortal existence. For
today's Usenet world you need a Giant. A Behemoth. A Cabal of IMMENSE
PROPORTIONS. A REALLY *BIG* *CABAL* to offer all news ORDER.

Within this force is the most ruthless and efficient organization on all
Usenet, known as the Cabal Obsidian Order (COO). If *YOU* wish to know
of this entity, read, learn, and do as you will.

SEE THE LIGHT OF COLLECTIVE WISDOM!!!

A. I *SAID*, what is the CABAL?

There Is No Cabal. Long Live The Cabal.

B. How does the Cabal function??

As well as any apocryphal organization can hope to function.

C. What are the weaknesses of the Cabal?

<chortle> What weaknesses?

D. What is the hierarchy and power structure of the Cabal?

Oh, you don't need to know that. Really. You can trust us, especially
when it comes to information you haven't paid for.

E. What is the Cabal Obsidian Order?

The Cabal Obsidian Order (COO) is a profoundly secret collective of
operatives designed to outrun, outgun and Eliminate the most vile scum
and villainy the net has to offer.

F. How do I know if the COO is responsible for something?

If the COO's operatives are doing their job correctly, they'll be
laughing at whoever is actually responsible.

G. Who are the leaders of the COO?

Leaders? Where we function we don't need Leaders.

H. What is the Beer Fund?

The more you contribute to it, the more we will tell you.

I. How may I apply to become an operative of the COO?

Pitiful begging at the Vote Wrangler's feet might help. Then again it
might not.

19. Who is the FNVW?

Why, our highly esteemed Friendly Neighbourhood Vote Wrangler (FNVW),
whose benevolent supreme dictatorship runs the electoral wheels of our
great realm. Seven fearless folk have served, with distinction:

AUK VOTE WRANGLERS

Craig Dickson (1994-1995)
Matthew Legare (1995-1997)
Killfile Daemons (1997)
Robbie Honerkamp (1997-1998)
Phoenix (1997-2004)
Peter J Ross (2004-2006)
Sean Monaghan (2006-Present)

On retirement, Phoenix accepted the high office of Friendly Neighborhood
"Bob"father.

20. Do I have what it takes to BE a Vote Wrangler?

<chortle> If you have to ask, you don't have what it takes.

21. Who do you %$#@!s think you are to oppose ME, Lord High Poster-Child
of the Macrocosmic Universe?

We are the ones who can and will humiliate your @$$ if you use our group
as your personal piss bowl. You are a freak of the universe. You do not
give the orders here. And whether you like it or not, the universe is
laughing behind your back.

22. That was MEAN, just plain MEAN!!!

Payback's a bitch, ain't it?

23. Should I expect ONE CONSISTENT response to my rude and obnoxious
online behavior from the denizens of AUK?

Absolutely NOT.

24. To whom should I complain if I think I have been treated unfairly?

<Darth Vader>
You think you have been treated unfairly? </Darth Vader>

25. What kind of response can I expect as a result of my stupid online
behavior at AUK?

Guilty party receives one or a combination thereof of the following
assorted reactions (not at all limited to these, mind you):

1. Complete silence while we blow you off
2. Complete silence while we reload
3. Complete silence while we pull the plug on your account
4. Complete silence while we sleep at the switch
5. Complete silence while we sleep in our beds
6. Complete silence while we laugh behind your back
7. Complete silence while we wipe the splattered food and/or drinks off
our screens
8. Complete silence while we contemplate the known macrocosmic universe
9. Complete silence while the Vote Wrangler pays good money to watch
professional Denver teams find new ways to lose
10. Complete silence while we bask in the pure glow of our obnoxiously
self-righteous selves
11. Complete silence while we play high-stakes poker with Snoopy, Spike,
Andy, Olaf, Marbles and Woodstock
12. Complete silence while we never notice your NoCeM'd post
13. Complete silence while we never notice your spam-canceled post
14. Complete silence while we run your rude and obnoxious posts through
goofyizers for reposting
15. Complete silence while the Trekkies among us watch the USS Defiant
blast bad guys' ships into rubble and fly through the debris with that
nice halo of sparks effect
16. Complete silence while we wait for our Gates-sponsored software
systems to uncrash themselves
17. General laughter at your expense
18. General laughter and pointing at your expense
19. General laughter, pointing and personal insults at your expense
20. Someone exposes your true service provider to the Rabble
21. Someone does any of 1-20 and reports you to your state's Attorney
General
22. Someone does any of 1-21 and reports you to the FBI National
Computer Crime Squad (nccs@fbi.gov)
23. Someone does any of 1-22 and does highly amusing parodies of you
during the entire process
24. Talk amongst ourselves about life, love and why they sell 8-hot-dog
weenie sets with 10-bun packages
25. Sounds of awe as we wonder with dropped mouths how you were able to
make a greater fool of yourself than you already had
26. Sounds of astonishment as we MARVEL at the FREAK
27. Flames in your generally specific direction
28. Flames of you in the third, fourth and fifth person
29. Flames from the Vote Wrangler from the other side of the Galactic
Killfile just to annoy all hell out of you
30. Nominations for many noteworthy Kook awards

26. Can I really be kicked off my ISP for...

  Being a total @$$hole?

If you try hard enough.

  Top-posting like the pathetic imbecile that I am?

Usually not, but we can always try.

  Forging someone else's valid e-mail address?

Absolutely.

  Posting multiple copies of the same message to individual news groups
(Excessive Multi Posting [EMP])?

Of course. It's the SPAMMING, stupid.

27. Can I really be thrown in jail for posting threatening messages?

Yes. People have been tried and convicted for sending threatening or
harassing Email or Usenet posts. We do NOT support censorship of the
Internet; however, posting a message stating you are going to cause
virtual or unvirtual harm to someone will probably gain you a visit from
your Friendly Neighborhood FBI Agent.

28. Fine. I'll just remain anonymous. That'll work, right?

BWWAAAAAAAAA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Try it, pinkboy. An anon remailer service can be forced to turn you in
for copyright violation, harassment, stalking; you name the crime -
they've got the time. If you ran an anon remailer service what would be
the point of protecting flagrant abusers of the net and the Law??

29. Okay, then I'll bust your #$%&$*!! @$$ off AUK instead!

Uh... yeah. Many denizens of AUK are abuse admins, know abuse admins,
sleep with abuse admins, or otherwise have years of experience dealing
with and educating others about precisely your kind of dubiosity. A good
account is a terrible thing to waste, so don't sacrifice yours on our
altar.

30. I just realized I am a Maroon. How can I improve my standing in the
eyes of the Internet, my balloon doll, and, most importantly, "Bob"?

REPENT. The End is always near.
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popesnarky (10)
2/3/2007 5:25:32 PM
Hail Eris! On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:08:36 +0000, Classic "oar pin"
Tholenator, or someone awfully like him, tholed:
> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:35:06 +0100, JanBen did the cha-cha, and
>> screamed:
>>> On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:25:43 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>> screamed:
>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>> Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>> from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex,
>>>> and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>> Oh for fuck sake's Demon get a life. I'm sure that all the things you
>>> ever wrote are real nice and shiny? Wash yer mouth you drool!
>> 
>> I'm quite sure they're not. Practically everything the Monkey-man posts
>> is lame, confused, and delusional drool, however.
> 
> Look at <THWACK!>

Monkey-foam!

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
All Hail Discordia! TM#5; Flonk Leader 2 & 11-1/9; Chung Convict #27
The Ridiculously Long Scarf of Tom Baker
COOSN-029-06-71069

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

http://www.insurgent.org/~kook-faq/faq.html

1. What is this newsgroup, alt.usenet.kooks (AUK)?

A mass of electrons spread out upon bandwidth scattered across the globe
for the express purpose of separating the wheat from the chaff of the
net.

2. This is a joke, right? RIGHT?!!

No more a joke than the fact that ISPs let people on every day who have
nothing better to do than annoy their neighbors enough to win by popular
vote silly little awards created for just such buffoons as them.

3. What's this newsgroup for?

The newsgroup alt.usenet.kooks is for the discovery and discussion of
Kooks on Usenet and the Internet. These people are known technically as
net.kooks.

4. What's this newsgroup NOT for?

This group exists for recreational Kookology, not for Very Personal
Vendetta. It is not to be used for general harassment of someone, or for
net abuse such as spamming and flooding and cancelbombing in an attempt
to gain vengeance on someone or get the denizens of AUK to shut up.
Either way, it won't work, it's very messy, "Bob" will give you triple
your money back, and you don't get a life.

Also, we [tinw] are not in the business of harassing the vulnerable or
the insane. Occasionally an apparent net.kook proves to be genuinely
ill. In such cases the person is disqualified from winning awards and
other posters are asked to avoid exacerbating his or her problems.
Similarly, trolling or kook-hunting in support groups is strongly
discouraged.

5. Who let this newsgroup in here, and why wasn't I notified?

That's what you get for hogging the Beer Fund.

(Here you can view the control message that started it all, from our
Mighty Founder MAC.)

http://www.insurgent.org/~kook-faq/faq.html#q5

6. Who is a net.kook?

If you post uniquely strange, preferably incomprehensible articles, or
you manifest a persistent, extreme, and somewhat bizarre obsession, you
just might be a net.kook. And more.

It is important to note the subtle distinction between a net.kook, a
net.cretin, a clueless newbie, troll, or garden-variety @$$hole. The
newbie, one hopes, can acquire a clue on the installment plan even if he
can't afford to buy one for cash; the cretin is merely stupid and/or
irritating; the troll makes a fool out of himself by making a fool out
of you, the @$$hole is, well, simply that. But a TRUE net.kook has a
special fascination derived from his/her/its utter ineffability. Their
behavior is irrational, if not downright weird, but they are seldom
merely boring.

It is not considered appropriate to nominate clueless newbies, trolls,
or longwinded spambrains as net.kooks. It is acceptable to nominate
net.cretins, or simply to present them, without nomination, for whatever
minor amusement value they may have; but the real focus here is on
net.kooks in all their raging, indomitable glory.

Important Disclaimer: the fact that someone has been proclaimed a
net.kook does not imply any psychological diagnosis in and of itself. A
net.kook may or may not be clinically insane; that is not the concern of
the AUK audience.

We hope.

7. Can you show me a few examples?

I'd rather not, but it may help to clarify things... The person who
posted a handful of meaningless, ill-formed newgroup messages on May 21,
1994 was a Clueless Newbie. The person who hung around
alt.religion.kibology during April and May 1994, constantly posting
boilerplate "warning" messages telling people that ARK messages were
intentionally meaningless, was a net.cretin. The people who post
demented "scientific" theories, like Archimedes Plutonium's concept of
the universe being one giant atom of plutonium, and seem incorrigible to
criticism, are moderate net.kooks. The sort of being who constantly
raves about the conspiracy against her/him/it is an extreme net.kook,
especially if he/she/it automatically assumes that anyone who questions
their world-view is an agent of the conspirators or is an ultra
right-wing/left-wing extremist, and hides behind an anonymous remailer
to avoid "persecution" even though they would get one hell of a lot less
of it by not posting at all.

http://www.insurgent.org/~jhd/kookway.htm

8. How do I present a Kook on this group?

The preferred technique is to get the suspected Kook to start posting to
AUK so that we can all see him/her/it in all their first-hand Glory. You
can do this by posting followups to the suspect's weirder messages, with
your followups nonchalantly crossposted to AUK. If the suspect responds
to your messages without editing the Newsgroups line, you've achieved
your goal.

Another acceptable method is to repost, complete and unedited, one or
two of the suspected Kook's recent rants. If you do this, please provide
a brief intro in the header describing what the hell you're doing, such
as indicating who this person is, what group you found the message on,
or why you think the rest of us should give a rat's @$$ about it.

You should be aware that if you try this with some perfectly reasonable
posting, you may be flamed to net.hell and back and probably suspected
of being a net.loon yourself. It is also considered extremely lame to
nominate someone as a Kook simply because you have lost, or at least
failed to win, a debate with them; persistently doing so is likely to
get you nominated for Kook Awards. That someone fails to perceive the
self-evident, unassailable wisdom of your viewpoint does not, in and of
itself, constitute Kookery.

9. What are the Kook Awards?

The newsgroup alt.usenet.kooks offers a variety of widely-recognized and
highly dubious honors for your service, applying to net.kooks
everywhere. They recognize several kinds and many levels of net.kookery.

Here is a detailed list of AUK awards and descriptions.

http://www.insurgent.org/~kook-faq/faq.html#q9

10. Who the FSCK appointed YOU net.kookologist/god/nazi etc.

Nobody. We have a Gift.

11. Are there any holidays in AUK?

Why yes, there sure are:

March 30th - CALL to ARMMs

Commemorating the earliest most virulent Kook post flood of Usenet, and
the great flamewar that followed in its wake.

June 26th - KOOKS DAY

Named in commemoration of Earl Curley checking into the Motel Deep 6 to
serve a major in the pine penalty box, the same date as Edmond Wollmann
got arrested riding the San Clemente railway...on his motorcycle.

August 15th - DEAD DOC TAVISH DAY

Named in honor of the death of one of Usenet's most famed identities due
to excessive Usenet exposure; his virtual corpse is buried in a rural
cemetery near New Bremen, Texas

September 10th - KAZOO DAY

This holiday commemorates Raymond Ronald "Kazoo" Karczewski's conviction
for seven felonies. May Raymold be a warning to all kooks who are
tempted to think that a "Sovereign Christ" is above the law.

December 20th - AUK BIRTHDAY

The anniversary of the newgrouping of alt.usenet.kooks

12. What should I do if I'm paged on the Red Courtesy Telephone?

Give the caller Gandalf the Gray's speech to the demon. Verbatim.

13. Is alt.usenet.kooks archived anywhere?

Why would you even *want* to know? [But if you truly must know, GIYF.
You masochist, you.]

14. What should we do about the book?

Burn it.

15. Where can I find out more about net.kooks?

Several mini-FAQs on classic kooks of the past and present (along with
several non-kooky legendary netters) are available on the World Wide Web
in various archives. Be sure to set aside coffee and cats before
reading. [Try insurgent.org/kook-faq/]

16. What are the AUK Offices?

As well as the kook awards, kooks may compete to hold office for a month
or longer. Nominations are made in exactly the same way as for awards;
the difference is that the previous holder of the office always appears
on the ballot paper when a new candidate emerges, and the winner remains
in office until challenged again. At present, the offices are as
follows.

Darth Bawl -

This office is held by Usenet's biggest crybaby.

Village Idiot -

The name says it all.

Kooki Information Minister -

Named in honour of Iraq's Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf, this office is held
by the kook whose claims are most noticeably at variance with known
facts.

Ministry of Circle Jerks -

Although many kooks are lone wolves, a few like to make friends with
those who are as delusional as themselves. This office rewards the
slurpfests that often ensue.

17. Are there any net.kook awards outside of AUK?

At various points of time there have been several, from the Christian
groups' Steebie Award to alt.fan.art-bell's Angstrom Medal. At least two
newsgroups, talk.politics.guns and comp.systems.mac.advocacy, have given
out their own Kook of the Month awards. Check around from time to time
to see what other net.kook awards might be around. [alt.atheism does
them, too.]

18. What is the Cabal?

From the beginning of Usenet time, there has been but one force capable
of holding it in check to remain in the realm of mortal existence. For
today's Usenet world you need a Giant. A Behemoth. A Cabal of IMMENSE
PROPORTIONS. A REALLY *BIG* *CABAL* to offer all news ORDER.

Within this force is the most ruthless and efficient organization on all
Usenet, known as the Cabal Obsidian Order (COO). If *YOU* wish to know
of this entity, read, learn, and do as you will.

SEE THE LIGHT OF COLLECTIVE WISDOM!!!

A. I *SAID*, what is the CABAL?

There Is No Cabal. Long Live The Cabal.

B. How does the Cabal function??

As well as any apocryphal organization can hope to function.

C. What are the weaknesses of the Cabal?

<chortle> What weaknesses?

D. What is the hierarchy and power structure of the Cabal?

Oh, you don't need to know that. Really. You can trust us, especially
when it comes to information you haven't paid for.

E. What is the Cabal Obsidian Order?

The Cabal Obsidian Order (COO) is a profoundly secret collective of
operatives designed to outrun, outgun and Eliminate the most vile scum
and villainy the net has to offer.

F. How do I know if the COO is responsible for something?

If the COO's operatives are doing their job correctly, they'll be
laughing at whoever is actually responsible.

G. Who are the leaders of the COO?

Leaders? Where we function we don't need Leaders.

H. What is the Beer Fund?

The more you contribute to it, the more we will tell you.

I. How may I apply to become an operative of the COO?

Pitiful begging at the Vote Wrangler's feet might help. Then again it
might not.

19. Who is the FNVW?

Why, our highly esteemed Friendly Neighbourhood Vote Wrangler (FNVW),
whose benevolent supreme dictatorship runs the electoral wheels of our
great realm. Seven fearless folk have served, with distinction:

AUK VOTE WRANGLERS

Craig Dickson (1994-1995)
Matthew Legare (1995-1997)
Killfile Daemons (1997)
Robbie Honerkamp (1997-1998)
Phoenix (1997-2004)
Peter J Ross (2004-2006)
Sean Monaghan (2006-Present)

On retirement, Phoenix accepted the high office of Friendly Neighborhood
"Bob"father.

20. Do I have what it takes to BE a Vote Wrangler?

<chortle> If you have to ask, you don't have what it takes.

21. Who do you %$#@!s think you are to oppose ME, Lord High Poster-Child
of the Macrocosmic Universe?

We are the ones who can and will humiliate your @$$ if you use our group
as your personal piss bowl. You are a freak of the universe. You do not
give the orders here. And whether you like it or not, the universe is
laughing behind your back.

22. That was MEAN, just plain MEAN!!!

Payback's a bitch, ain't it?

23. Should I expect ONE CONSISTENT response to my rude and obnoxious
online behavior from the denizens of AUK?

Absolutely NOT.

24. To whom should I complain if I think I have been treated unfairly?

<Darth Vader>
You think you have been treated unfairly? </Darth Vader>

25. What kind of response can I expect as a result of my stupid online
behavior at AUK?

Guilty party receives one or a combination thereof of the following
assorted reactions (not at all limited to these, mind you):

1. Complete silence while we blow you off
2. Complete silence while we reload
3. Complete silence while we pull the plug on your account
4. Complete silence while we sleep at the switch
5. Complete silence while we sleep in our beds
6. Complete silence while we laugh behind your back
7. Complete silence while we wipe the splattered food and/or drinks off
our screens
8. Complete silence while we contemplate the known macrocosmic universe
9. Complete silence while the Vote Wrangler pays good money to watch
professional Denver teams find new ways to lose
10. Complete silence while we bask in the pure glow of our obnoxiously
self-righteous selves
11. Complete silence while we play high-stakes poker with Snoopy, Spike,
Andy, Olaf, Marbles and Woodstock
12. Complete silence while we never notice your NoCeM'd post
13. Complete silence while we never notice your spam-canceled post
14. Complete silence while we run your rude and obnoxious posts through
goofyizers for reposting
15. Complete silence while the Trekkies among us watch the USS Defiant
blast bad guys' ships into rubble and fly through the debris with that
nice halo of sparks effect
16. Complete silence while we wait for our Gates-sponsored software
systems to uncrash themselves
17. General laughter at your expense
18. General laughter and pointing at your expense
19. General laughter, pointing and personal insults at your expense
20. Someone exposes your true service provider to the Rabble
21. Someone does any of 1-20 and reports you to your state's Attorney
General
22. Someone does any of 1-21 and reports you to the FBI National
Computer Crime Squad (nccs@fbi.gov)
23. Someone does any of 1-22 and does highly amusing parodies of you
during the entire process
24. Talk amongst ourselves about life, love and why they sell 8-hot-dog
weenie sets with 10-bun packages
25. Sounds of awe as we wonder with dropped mouths how you were able to
make a greater fool of yourself than you already had
26. Sounds of astonishment as we MARVEL at the FREAK
27. Flames in your generally specific direction
28. Flames of you in the third, fourth and fifth person
29. Flames from the Vote Wrangler from the other side of the Galactic
Killfile just to annoy all hell out of you
30. Nominations for many noteworthy Kook awards

26. Can I really be kicked off my ISP for...

  Being a total @$$hole?

If you try hard enough.

  Top-posting like the pathetic imbecile that I am?

Usually not, but we can always try.

  Forging someone else's valid e-mail address?

Absolutely.

  Posting multiple copies of the same message to individual news groups
(Excessive Multi Posting [EMP])?

Of course. It's the SPAMMING, stupid.

27. Can I really be thrown in jail for posting threatening messages?

Yes. People have been tried and convicted for sending threatening or
harassing Email or Usenet posts. We do NOT support censorship of the
Internet; however, posting a message stating you are going to cause
virtual or unvirtual harm to someone will probably gain you a visit from
your Friendly Neighborhood FBI Agent.

28. Fine. I'll just remain anonymous. That'll work, right?

BWWAAAAAAAAA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Try it, pinkboy. An anon remailer service can be forced to turn you in
for copyright violation, harassment, stalking; you name the crime -
they've got the time. If you ran an anon remailer service what would be
the point of protecting flagrant abusers of the net and the Law??

29. Okay, then I'll bust your #$%&$*!! @$$ off AUK instead!

Uh... yeah. Many denizens of AUK are abuse admins, know abuse admins,
sleep with abuse admins, or otherwise have years of experience dealing
with and educating others about precisely your kind of dubiosity. A good
account is a terrible thing to waste, so don't sacrifice yours on our
altar.

30. I just realized I am a Maroon. How can I improve my standing in the
eyes of the Internet, my balloon doll, and, most importantly, "Bob"?

REPENT. The End is always near.
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popesnarky (10)
2/3/2007 5:54:38 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:28:12 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
>
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> 
>> > Peter J Ross wrote:
>> >> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>> >> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> >> 
>> >>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>> >>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>> >>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>> >>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>> >>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>> >> 
>> >> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>> >> 
>> > User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>> 
>> Is that relevant somehow?
>
> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
> 286 he's using, don't you?
>
> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!

I love it when somebody appears on Usenet to try to bully everybody
with his flaming prowess and technical knowledge, and succeeds only in
looking like a total prat in front of dozens of users of three
different operating systems.

"rm -r"

Heh.


-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 5:59:21 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:11:40 +0000, Max Grrl did most oddly state:
> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:38:36 +0100, Peter K�hlmann did the cha-cha, and
>> screamed:
>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>> screamed:
>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex,
>>>> and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>> 
>> He has <trnddc> in his MID, so I'd say he doesn't even have that much of
>> an excuse.
> 
> You have *hell.corn* <THWACK!>

Yes, indeedly-do! The Demon Prince nym does in fact have "hell.corn" as
a munge. It doesn't have as much to do with my point as <trnddc> does,
though.

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris! mhm 29x21; TM#5; Chung Convict #28
Demon Lord of Confusion
COOSN-029-06-71069
Supreme High Overlord of rec.radio.*
Chuck Lysaght: Tarred & Feathered!

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"Fredbot == SameAsB4 == TGOOS

"You are stalking me, even after I thrashed ya." -- PorchMonkey4Life,
a veritable combination of Sherlock Holmes and Doc Savage for the 21st
Century. No, really. Would I lie? MID: <zaUqh.2972$E35.415@trnddc02>

"He unleashes a fecal explosion he time he posts. He uses so many nyms
because he gets beaten so easily and so convincingly in flame wars and
tries to hide behind nyms in the hopes of getting a fresh start. To bad
for him that his lameness keep shining through like a beacon for all
tards (e.g., SameAs$B4, Demon Spawn, Barbara's Pus$y, FredBot,
TGOOS, ......, etc)" -- Monkey-man identifies <jitter> as me, among
others, in broken English, in MID: <Z_Xqh.3167$E35.215@trnddc02>

"Q: What do you call someone in the White House who is honest, caring,
and well-read? 
A: A tourist." -- Anonymous

"It would be offly hard for any of you to abuse me on usenet. Really. I
have the advantage. I could easily turn alt.usenet.kooks into a cesspool
of encoded posts. Bringing the noise ratio up so high as to make the
group worthless. Anybody who can code could do this, why nobody has
bothered before now is beyond me. The ultimate spamming engine..
'BAWAHAHA'" -- Dustbin "Outer Filth" K00k's delusions of grandeur
reached new heights, in Message-ID:
<Xns98355D29419B9HHI2948AJD832@69.28.186.121>
"Immorality: The morality of those who are having a better time." -- H.
L. Mencken

   "Consider that language a moment. 'Purposefully and materially
supported hostilities against the United States' is in the eye of the
beholder, and this administration has proven itself to be astonishingly
impatient with criticism of any kind. The broad powers given to Bush by
this legislation allow him to capture, indefinitely detain, and refuse a
hearing to any American citizen who speaks out against Iraq or any other
part of the so-called 'War on Terror.'

   "If you write a letter to the editor attacking Bush, you could be
deemed as purposefully and materially supporting hostilities against the
United States. If you organize or join a public demonstration against
Iraq, or against the administration, the same designation could befall
you. One dark-comedy aspect of the legislation is that senators or House
members who publicly disagree with Bush, criticize him, or organize
investigations into his dealings could be placed under the same
designation. In effect, Congress just gave Bush the power to lock them
up." -- William Rivers Pitt

"It has become clear in recent months that a critical mass of the American
people have seen through the lies of the Bush administration; with the
president's polls at an historic low, growing resistance to the war Iraq,
and the Democrats likely to take back the Congress in mid-term elections,
the Bush administration is on the ropes. And so it is particularly
worrying that President Bush has seen fit, at this juncture to, in effect,
declare himself dictator." -- Frank Morales
http://www.uruknet.biz/?p=m27769&hd=0&size=1&l=e&fark

"No man in History, including JESUS CHRIST, has directly revealed to
the World the SATANIC WEAPON used to enslave mankind -- INTELLECTUAL
THOUGHT!!" -- Ray Karczewski repeatedly proves his words in every post
he makes
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godofodd1 (12)
2/3/2007 6:01:32 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:26:42 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>> > On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>> > <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> > 
>> >> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>> >>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>> >>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>> >>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>> >>   from
>> >> adolescent LinTards?
>> > 
>> > "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>> > 
>> > 
>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>
> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>
> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
> and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
> brain cells together to do it. 
> TIA!!

The only reason I posted in this thread was to correct VistaKing's
misapprehension.

Does that mean that I have to be followed around by a lame kook now?

Cool!


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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 6:05:40 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:50:08 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> Max Grrl wrote:
>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>
>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>   from
>>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>
>>>>
>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>> 
>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>> 
> You still haven't learned how to douche, you silly c*nt.
>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
> I know b1tch. And wanted to illustrate that he's using a linux based 
> read, b1tch.

WTF is a "linux based read"? I don't understand your 1337 techy
terminology.


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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 6:07:58 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:46:02 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> Peter J Ross wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> 
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>
>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl
>>>>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
>>>>>>>>> and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
>>>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
>>>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
>>>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
>>>>>>>> anything sensible
>>>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>>>>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
>>>> Note: no response.
>>>>
>>>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>>>>
>>> Very Wrong.
>> 
>> So what's unacceptable about it?
>> 
> I'm not your tutor RTFM
>>> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related 
>>> to your statement here.
>> 
>> A statement you didn't understand.
> I guess you don't know what that command does, afterall. Pity.
>> 
>>>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
>>>> RTFM.
>>> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even yesterday.
>> 
>> No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
>> does.
>> 
>>>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>>>>
>>>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
>>>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
>>>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
>>>>
>>> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
>> 
>> That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
>> that I've never been employed as an astronaut.
>> 
>> Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.
>> 
> Your ignorance of linux is apparent. Go buy a book on it and do try and 
> catch up
>>>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>>>>
>>>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.
>>>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
>>>>
>>> Exactly.. It's that simple!
>> 
>> ++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;
>> 
> --$total-number-of-intelligent-linux-users;
>
> moron.

Hey, are you the "PorchMonkey" I've heard so much about?

If so, I have to tell you that you need a better keyboard if you want
to write PorchShakespeare.


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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 6:10:28 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:52:18 +0000, Max Grrl did most oddly state:
> Max Grrl wrote:
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing wrote in
>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>
>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>> 
>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . .
>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>> 
>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
> 
> b1tch are you trying to give Peter your raging case of Herpes? Is it
> your goal to have him on Valtrex for the rest of his life. You know you
> need to wear a teflon pus$y guard before you go out in public.
> 
> BTW, why aren't you at McDonalds order off of the dollar menu, MaxWhore?

You know, your lame unswearing wouldn't be so bad if your spelling and
grammar were not also horrifying. Just a thought. Now, since it's so
"effortless", get back to sucking my cock!

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"He unleashes a fecal explosion he time he posts. He uses so many nyms
because he gets beaten so easily and so convincingly in flame wars and
tries to hide behind nyms in the hopes of getting a fresh start. To bad
for him that his lameness keep shining through like a beacon for all
tards (e.g., SameAs$B4, Demon Spawn, Barbara's Pus$y, FredBot,
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A: A tourist." -- Anonymous

"It would be offly hard for any of you to abuse me on usenet. Really. I
have the advantage. I could easily turn alt.usenet.kooks into a cesspool
of encoded posts. Bringing the noise ratio up so high as to make the
group worthless. Anybody who can code could do this, why nobody has
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   "Consider that language a moment. 'Purposefully and materially
supported hostilities against the United States' is in the eye of the
beholder, and this administration has proven itself to be astonishingly
impatient with criticism of any kind. The broad powers given to Bush by
this legislation allow him to capture, indefinitely detain, and refuse a
hearing to any American citizen who speaks out against Iraq or any other
part of the so-called 'War on Terror.'

   "If you write a letter to the editor attacking Bush, you could be
deemed as purposefully and materially supporting hostilities against the
United States. If you organize or join a public demonstration against
Iraq, or against the administration, the same designation could befall
you. One dark-comedy aspect of the legislation is that senators or House
members who publicly disagree with Bush, criticize him, or organize
investigations into his dealings could be placed under the same
designation. In effect, Congress just gave Bush the power to lock them
up." -- William Rivers Pitt

"It has become clear in recent months that a critical mass of the American
people have seen through the lies of the Bush administration; with the
president's polls at an historic low, growing resistance to the war Iraq,
and the Democrats likely to take back the Congress in mid-term elections,
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godofodd1 (12)
2/3/2007 6:10:34 PM
In article <Mrzwh.1425$Om.1221@read2.cgocable.net>,
 "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> >  "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > >   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a
> windows
> > > server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.
> 
> 
> "Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> > He never did any system updates in 1.5 years?  With Microsoft releasing
> > security updates about once a month?  It sounds not credible.
> 
>   I too typically run windows without incident for years typically about 2
> without a reinstall or a patch...
> 
>   I power down occasionally though.

That's very different from running without restart.  Are you on an
isolated system without network access, or did you just disable
automatic system updates?

> > >   No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.
> 
> "Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> > So there were some crashes, but infrequent, right?
> 
>   Very infrequent, and nonexistant with the addition of a UPS.

I think the frequency of system crashes depends very much on the 
software you run and install on your system.  There is no reason
for there to ever be a system crash, if you are running good code.
The operating system is also supposed to protect you from bad code
that may cause conflicts over system resources and memory leaks.

Depending on what kind of use a computer has, there are various
degrees of sensitivity to those issues.  Software developers are
most sensitive.  File servers are the least.

> > >   By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah
> > >
> > >   I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
> > > security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last
> couple
> > > of years.
> 
> "Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> > This claim demands a cite.
> 
> http://www.forrester.com/Research/Document/Excerpt/0,7211,33941,00.html
> 
> Using these metrics, Forrester looked at security-vulnerability data for the
> period between June 1, 2002 and May 31, 2003 for the operating systems
> Debian, Mandrake, Windows, Red Hat and SuSE.

So the information is almost four years out of date.  Both Linux and 
Windows XP have improved their performance in the meantime.

> Microsoft came in with the lowest average "all days of risk" with an average
> of 25 days between disclosure and fix release. In addition, the company
> fixed all of its security holes. However, ICAT classified 67 percent of
> Microsoft's vulnerabilities as high-severity, placing Microsoft "dead last
> among the platform maintainers by this metric," the report noted.
> 
> > >   Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
> > > primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was
> my
> > > primary.
> 
> 
> "Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> > Hardware crashes are not caused by operating systems.  System crashes
> > are caused by faulty operating systems, as are security problems and
> > resource conflicts.
> 
>   It's typically not possible to distinugish one from the other.

Then how is it possible to know you haven't had a hardware crash.  I use 
that term to refer to permanent changes in system performance that 
cannot be corrected by a software reinstall, because such things can 
be clearly blamed on hardware.  If programs stop for no known reason, or 
one program causes other programs to fail, that's clearly a software 
issue, but only the latter can be clearly blamed on the system, though 
the system may be the cause of both problems.

> > >   Windows installations lasted years.
> 
> 
> "Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> > If you don't count frequent system updates.
> 
>   Not installed over those periods.

That's very unusual.

> > > Harware failures near zero.
> 
> "Hugh Gibbons" <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote
> > You had hardware failures?
> 
>   Virtually none. None over the time frame indicated.

OK.  Your sample size is 1.
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2/3/2007 6:10:34 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 18:05:40 +0000, Peter J Ross wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:26:42 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> > On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>> > <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>> > 
>>> >> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>> >>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>> >>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>> >>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>> >>   coming from
>>> >> adolescent LinTards?
>>> > 
>>> > "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>> > 
>>> > 
>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>
>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>>
>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
>> and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
>> brain cells together to do it.
>> TIA!!
> 
> The only reason I posted in this thread was to correct VistaKing's
> misapprehension.
> 
> Does that mean that I have to be followed around by a lame kook now?
> 
> Cool!


Seems to be all that resides in the XP group, anyway. 

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Trueno (110)
2/3/2007 6:27:41 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 18:07:58 +0000, Peter J Ross wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:50:08 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Max Grrl wrote:
>>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>>   coming from
>>>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> 
>>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>>> 
>> You still haven't learned how to douche, you silly c*nt.
>>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
>> I know b1tch. And wanted to illustrate that he's using a linux based
>> read, b1tch.
> 
> WTF is a "linux based read"? I don't understand your 1337 techy
> terminology.


You clipped the part where it was sputtering and gurgling at the end of
the post. Like most nits, that's all they can do when they run out of
living brain cells...


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Trueno (110)
2/3/2007 6:29:04 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:28:12 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
>> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
>>
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>
>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>
>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
> 
> I love it when somebody appears on Usenet to try to bully everybody
> with his flaming prowess and technical knowledge, and succeeds only in
> looking like a total prat in front of dozens of users of three
> different operating systems.
> 
> "rm -r"
> 
I love it when tards like you two engage in tardspeak and babble amongst 
yourselves in this tard language that only you could understand. I love 
it when tards like you believe that you really have flaming skills but 
in reality are totally and completely devoid of any flaming talent. I 
love how tards call others bullies when in reality it is they who are 
bullies, simply because they like the capability of having any 
meaningful thoughts.

> Heh.
> 



AHAHHAH WoooHooooo.
> 
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2/3/2007 7:33:05 PM
On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:36:03 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
>> Fuckwit.
> 
>   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
> server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.

He ran a Windows server without a restart for 1.5 years? So, tell me, how
did he get around the "Windows must restart" necessity after Windows
Update patches all the security holes (which Microsoft fully admit to)
every Tuesday night?

He *did* run WSUS, right?

Unless you are a clueless newbie who confuses restarting and rebuilding a
system?

>   No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.

No security issues, due to the fact that the server is behind a Cisco
firewall, perhaps?

>   By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah

You still haven't answered my question regarding the necessity for Windows
Explorer to take 15MB of Ram on a Windows XP machine. I do eagerly await
your response.

>   I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
> security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last couple
> of years.

And exactly what is this made-up research? Who are your sources of this?
Bill Gates?

>   Windows boxes are targeted of course, and not LinTurd machines because
> there aren't enough LinTurd users to make it worth while.

I will believe that when the evidence of such statement is presented to me.

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
>> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
> 
>   You mean like Linux deciding to run my network card at 1/10th speed and my
> hardware accelerated video card in Vesa mode - and a software mouse cursor?

If you configure the system it will work properly. Does it really matter
what video mode you run it in if it works quickly, reliably and without
crashing?

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
> stability.
> 
>   Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
> primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was my
> primary.

Then you have bought a PC with reliable hardware. Never the less, hardware
failure is caused by hardware problems. The fact that Windows will
bluescreen when it wants and take increasingly long to boot is neither
here nor there.

>   Windows installations lasted years.  Harware failures near zero.

That's ok if you dont mind Windows taking increasingly longer to boot up,
and becoming increasingly more unreliable as time goes on.

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
>> systems once a year.
> 
>   Cleary then you aren't making proper backups and you are too stupid to be
> able to use a Windows machine.

What do backups have to do with Windows stability? Backups are a measure
of disaster recovery. Windows stability is a measure of installing Windows
then doing nothing else with your PC, just starting it up, logging in,
looking at a few websites and then then shutting it down.

>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
>> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
>> >
>> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
>> >
>> >   Stupid LinTard.
> 
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
>> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay £200 or more
>> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
>> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
> 
> Stop being such a cheap bastard and spend $20 to get yourself a proper
> router.

If I wanted a "proper" router I would have bought one years again. Fact
is, I dont. What I have had running for the past 6 years works perfectly.

> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
>> not how bill wants it.
> 
>   Gee, you managed to install the piece of shit?  For absolutely everyone I
> know the installation has failed.  Often failed hard.

It normally only fails if you try installing the latest Linux on a 100MB
hard disk. Generally, the 5CD installers with Office software, browsers,
server systems generally need a little more space than that.

>> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
>> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
>> >> the machine,
>> >
>> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
> 
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
>> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
> 
>   CD-ROM's are cached.  Explorer itself isnt' just 230kb long, it loads a
> host of other services along with itself.  Right now Explorer on this
> WIndows machine is using 10.560 mmegabytes.  Cspace, an encrypted chat
> program (very basic) and from the LinTard Community - Python, is currently
> using 8.508 megabytes.
> 
> Which is more complex? The desktop manager Explorer, or a two pane chat
> window?

Precisely what I meant by memory holes. Bloated windows DLL's that blow up
simple applications to take up entire megabytes of RAM.

Once upon a time, Windows used to run on machines with 16MB of RAM.

>> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do
> know
>> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
> 
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
>> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
> 
>   I said a better firewall, not garbage.
> 
>   Want a Nat?  Spend $20 and get yourself an inexpensive NAT router.
> 
> 
> 
>> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
> 
> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
> 
>   Ahahahahahahah... The Lintard community is minute, but would still fill a
> high school gym.   You might think that, that is a lot of people, but in
> relative terms it's a drop in the Windows rainstorm.
> 
> 
>  "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
>> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
>>
>> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> 
>   Money, money, money, money, money money.... That's all you LinTards yammer
> about.
> 
>   The fact is, that even though Linux is being given away free, still - no
> one wants to use it.
> 
>   And that's why the Linux Market share is lower today than it was 10 years
> ago,.

Enough people want to use it. Linuxquestions.org dont make the posts
themselves, do they?
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2/3/2007 7:34:23 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:26:42 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>
>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>   from
>>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>
>>>>
>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>>
>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
>> and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
>> brain cells together to do it. 
>> TIA!!
> 
> The only reason I posted in this thread was to correct VistaKing's
> misapprehension.
> 
> Does that mean that I have to be followed around by a lame kook now?
> 
Well if you keep looking in the mirror it will appear as if a kook is 
following you. A kook that looks remarkbly...no identically like you.
> Cool!
> 
lame
> 
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2/3/2007 7:34:25 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:50:08 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Max Grrl wrote:
>>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>>   from
>>>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>>>
>> You still haven't learned how to douche, you silly c*nt.
>>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
>> I know b1tch. And wanted to illustrate that he's using a linux based 
>> read, b1tch.
> 
> WTF is a "linux based read"? I don't understand your 1337 techy
> terminology.
> 
If you're to tarded to figure it out that's your f*cking problem.
> 
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2/3/2007 7:35:15 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:46:02 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl
>>>>>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
>>>>>>>>>> and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
>>>>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
>>>>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
>>>>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
>>>>>>>>> anything sensible
>>>>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>>>>>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>>>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
>>>>> Note: no response.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>>>>>
>>>> Very Wrong.
>>> So what's unacceptable about it?
>>>
>> I'm not your tutor RTFM
>>>> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related 
>>>> to your statement here.
>>> A statement you didn't understand.
>> I guess you don't know what that command does, afterall. Pity.
>>>>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
>>>>> RTFM.
>>>> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even yesterday.
>>> No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
>>> does.
>>>
>>>>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
>>>>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
>>>>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
>>>>>
>>>> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
>>> That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
>>> that I've never been employed as an astronaut.
>>>
>>> Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.
>>>
>> Your ignorance of linux is apparent. Go buy a book on it and do try and 
>> catch up
>>>>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.
>>>>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
>>>>>
>>>> Exactly.. It's that simple!
>>> ++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;
>>>
>> --$total-number-of-intelligent-linux-users;
>>
>> moron.
> 
> Hey, are you the "PorchMonkey" I've heard so much about?
> 
Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
<giggling>
> If so, I have to tell you that you need a better keyboard if you want
> to write PorchShakespeare.
> 
I have to tell you that you need to get away from MaxWhore's pus$ystank. 
I can see you are being afflicted with early onset alzheimers.

Wow you pulled that from deep inside your as$. or was that just the 
alzheimers
> 
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2/3/2007 7:38:06 PM
Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable, JM, CK, POEE, KOTHASK,
DSOCPL, EOTHIDIAUTP, GGGHD, HCNB, MU, BCB, CPFWJ, CPFG, MWFA, CEM wrote:
> Hail Eris! On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:57:46 +0000, Classic "oar pin"
> Tholenator, or someone awfully like him, tholed:
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did
>>>>>>> most oddly state:
>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu, 01
>>>>>>>> Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled
>>>>>>>>>>> to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat
>>>>>>>>> so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash registers....?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're like
>>>>>>>>> the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been nominated
>>>>>>> for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having said this: "No
>>>>>>> effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my .sig
>>>>>>> for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who "Fred"
>>>>>>> is...
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk
>>>>>> for his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a
>>>>>> host of others.
>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice
>>>> try, tho!
>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just
>>> one example.
>> You're a lying c*nt. <THWACK!>
> 
> H<SMACK>
> 
Did you say something?
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godofodd (82)
2/3/2007 7:42:46 PM
Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable, JM, CK, POEE, KOTHASK,
DSOCPL, EOTHIDIAUTP, GGGHD, HCNB, MU, BCB, CPFWJ, CPFG, MWFA, CEM wrote:
> Hail Eris! On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:08:36 +0000, Classic "oar pin"
> Tholenator, or someone awfully like him, tholed:
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:35:06 +0100, JanBen did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> On Sat, 3 Feb 2007 14:25:43 +0100, The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>>> screamed:
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>> Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>> from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex,
>>>>> and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>> Oh for fuck sake's Demon get a life. I'm sure that all the things you
>>>> ever wrote are real nice and shiny? Wash yer mouth you drool!
>>> I'm quite sure they're not. Practically everything the Monkey-man posts
>>> is lame, confused, and delusional drool, however.
>> Look at <THWACK!>
> 
> Mo<SMACK>
> 
Mo .. oh you want mo d1ck. Well you'll have to see someone else about
that . I don't want your filth or diseases.
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godofodd (82)
2/3/2007 7:43:52 PM
The God of Odd Statements wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:52:18 +0000, Max Grrl did most oddly state:
>> Max Grrl wrote:
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing wrote in
>>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>>
>>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . .
>>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
>>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>>
>>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
>> b1tch are you trying to give Peter your raging case of Herpes? Is it
>> your goal to have him on Valtrex for the rest of his life. You know you
>> need to wear a teflon pus$y guard before you go out in public.
>>
>> BTW, why aren't you at McDonalds order off of the dollar menu, MaxWhore?
> 
> You know, your lame unswearing wouldn't be so bad if your spelling and
> grammar were not also horrifying. Just a thought. Now, since it's so
> "effortless", get back to sucking my cock!
> 

Grammar and spelling flames are the last vestige of the thoroughly defeated.

Ooops but you didn't know that didya. ;-P
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The
2/3/2007 7:45:45 PM
The God of Odd Statements wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:11:40 +0000, Max Grrl did most oddly state:
>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:38:36 +0100, Peter K�hlmann did the cha-cha, and
>>> screamed:
>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha, and
>>>>> screamed:
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat, sex,
>>>>> and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally
>>>> Not smart enough to post anything sensible
>>> He has <trnddc> in his MID, so I'd say he doesn't even have that much of
>>> an excuse.
>> You have *hell.corn* <THWACK!>
> 
> Ye<SMACK>
Speak up, if you're gonna say something?
> 
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The
2/3/2007 7:47:00 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:27:24 +0000, Peter J Ross wrote:

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 20:05:44 -0700, Hugh Gibbons
> <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> In article <2Dvwh.1410$Om.1166@read2.cgocable.net>,
>>  "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
>>> > Fuckwit.
>>> 
>>>   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
>>> server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.
>>
>> He never did any system updates in 1.5 years?  With Microsoft releasing 
>> security updates about once a month?  It sounds not credible.
> 
> I expect *somebody* has been running VistaKing's friend's server
> without any problems, but not necessarily VistaKing's friend.

I suspect Vistaking is a receptionist at a small company and his "friend"
is "the it guy" who puts the new PC's on the desks and plugs them in
together, and phones the company they outsource their IT stuff to when
they go wrong.

Neither VistaKing or the expert "IT guy" notices when an exchange cluster
node falls over, as it automatically fails over and sends an e-mail alert
to the outsourcing company to fix the problem.
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2/3/2007 7:54:18 PM
Intrepid Logic wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:27:24 +0000, Peter J Ross wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 20:05:44 -0700, Hugh Gibbons
>> <hugh_gibbons@dontsendmeemail.net> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>
>>> In article <2Dvwh.1410$Om.1166@read2.cgocable.net>,
>>>  "VistaKing" <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
>>>>> Fuckwit.
>>>>
>>>>   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a
>>>> windows server he has been running without restart for the last
>>>> 1.5 years.
>>>
>>> He never did any system updates in 1.5 years?  With Microsoft
>>> releasing security updates about once a month?  It sounds not
>>> credible.
>>
>> I expect *somebody* has been running VistaKing's friend's server
>> without any problems, but not necessarily VistaKing's friend.
>
> I suspect Vistaking is a receptionist at a small company and his
> "friend" is "the it guy" who puts the new PC's on the desks and plugs
> them in together, and phones the company they outsource their IT
> stuff to when they go wrong.
>
> Neither VistaKing or the expert "IT guy" notices when an exchange
> cluster node falls over, as it automatically fails over and sends an
> e-mail alert to the outsourcing company to fix the problem.


I suspect you're giving VistaKing more credit than he is due. 



-- 
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Bughumper1 (11)
2/3/2007 8:02:35 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:48:06 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:

> In article <eptilm$82f$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
> <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:09:17 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:
>> 
>> > In article <epqomu$hvj$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
>> > <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
>> > 
>> >> On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
>> >> 
>> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> >> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for people
>> >> >> of
>> >> >> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why
>> >> >> I'm
>> >> >> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed
>> >> > 
>> >> >   Any fool can install Linux and have it run in 1920's vesa mode, network
>> >> > cards at 1/10th speed, improperly configured keyboard, lack of 3d
>> >> > support,
>> >> > broken audio and a software mouse cursor.
>> >> > 
>> >> >   Hell, virtually every Linux user is running their machine with one or
>> >> >   more
>> >> > of these problems.
>> >> > 
>> >> >   You are just too stupid to noice.
>> >> 
>> >> Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
>> >> "problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless security
>> >> vunerabilities... not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
>> >> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
>> >> 
>> >> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
>> >> stability.
>> >> 
>> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> >> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear of
>> >> > the
>> >> >> iminent BSOD.
>> >> > 
>> >> >   Clearly  you are paranoid.
>> >> 
>> >> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
>> >> systems once a year.
>> >> 
>> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
>> >> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
>> >> > 
>> >> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
>> >> > 
>> >> >   Stupid LinTard.
>> >> 
>> >> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
>> >> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay £200 or more
>> >> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
>> >> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
>> >> 
>> >> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
>> >> not how bill wants it.
>> >> 
>> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
>> >> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
>> >> >> the machine,
>> >> > 
>> >> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
>> >> 
>> >> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
>> >> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
>> >> 
>> >> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do know
>> >> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
>> >> 
>> >> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
>> >> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
>> >> 
>> >> >> when I can pay nothing
>> >> > 
>> >> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
>> >> 
>> >> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
>> >> 
>> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
>> >> >> to have something do exactly what I want
>> >> > 
>> >> >   If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.
>> >> 
>> >> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
>> >> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
>> >> 
>> >> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
>> > 
>> > LOL!!
>> > 
>> > I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
>> 
>> Maybe I should ask some of the prostetutes he hired when he was a teenager?
> 
> Or, you could ask the ones he hires today.
>

Or, I could ask VistaKing.
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2/3/2007 8:12:51 PM
I was busily flonking away in AUK, when The Goddess Eris Herself suddenly
made me reply to Peter J Ross:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:46:02 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl 
>>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in
>>>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
>>>>>>>>>> and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
>>>>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
>>>>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
>>>>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
>>>>>>>>> anything sensible
>>>>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r from   / is
>>>>>>>> a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>>>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
>>>>> Note: no response.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>>>>>
>>>> Very Wrong.
>>> 
>>> So what's unacceptable about it?
>>> 
>> I'm not your tutor RTFM
>>>> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related to your
>>>> statement here.
>>> 
>>> A statement you didn't understand.
>> I guess you don't know what that command does, afterall. Pity.
>>> 
>>>>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
>>>>> RTFM.
>>>> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even
>>>> yesterday.
>>> 
>>> No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
>>> does.
>>> 
>>>>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
>>>>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
>>>>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
>>>>>
>>>> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
>>> 
>>> That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
>>> that I've never been employed as an astronaut.
>>> 
>>> Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.
>>> 
>> Your ignorance of linux is apparent. Go buy a book on it and do try and
>> catch up
>>>>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that
>>>>>> simple.
>>>>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
>>>>>
>>>> Exactly.. It's that simple!
>>> 
>>> ++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;
>>> 
>> --$total-number-of-intelligent-linux-users;
>>
>> moron.
> 
> Hey, are you the "PorchMonkey" I've heard so much about?

That would be him, sir.</Ed McMahon>

> If so, I have to tell you that you need a better keyboard if you want to
> write PorchShakespeare.

A brain transplant would help, too.

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I want a boyfriend who is sensitive and caring,
but they already have boyfriends.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Cabal_of_the_Holy_Pretzel/join

"I hate explain $hit to tards. Especially illiterate tards." -- The
Monkey is very hard on irony meters, as in MID:
<Tc4xh.657$hH2.432@trnddc02>

"email is not a private form of communication." -- Dustin Cook, in
Message-ID: <1157484607.556401.25070@h48g2000cwc.googlegroups.com>
"Dustin is FILTH in my opinion. And not for any reason other than
posting Rhonda's personal info." -- Respondant

"After the Swift Boat Veterans who served with Kerry in Vietnam claimed
that Kerry lied about his heroism, the Democrats wanted to make a
similar ad attacking Bush, but they couldn't find anyone who served with
him." -- Anonymous

"You would no longer be here if I were to stop praying for you." Andrew
B. Chung's delusions of grandeur are getting out of hand, in MID:
<1160653810.937331.31980@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>
0
2/3/2007 8:16:24 PM
TransWench wrote:
> I was busily flonking away in AUK, when The Goddess Eris Herself suddenly
> made me reply to Peter J Ross:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:46:02 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl 
>>>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in
>>>>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
>>>>>>>>>>> and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
>>>>>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
>>>>>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
>>>>>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
>>>>>>>>>> anything sensible
>>>>>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r from   / is
>>>>>>>>> a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>>>>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
>>>>>> Note: no response.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>>>>>>
>>>>> Very Wrong.
>>>> So what's unacceptable about it?
>>>>
>>> I'm not your tutor RTFM
>>>>> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related to your
>>>>> statement here.
>>>> A statement you didn't understand.
>>> I guess you don't know what that command does, afterall. Pity.
>>>>>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
>>>>>> RTFM.
>>>>> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even
>>>>> yesterday.
>>>> No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
>>>> does.
>>>>
>>>>>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
>>>>>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
>>>>>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
>>>>>>
>>>>> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
>>>> That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
>>>> that I've never been employed as an astronaut.
>>>>
>>>> Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.
>>>>
>>> Your ignorance of linux is apparent. Go buy a book on it and do try and
>>> catch up
>>>>>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that
>>>>>>> simple.
>>>>>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
>>>>>>
>>>>> Exactly.. It's that simple!
>>>> ++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;
>>>>
>>> --$total-number-of-intelligent-linux-users;
>>>
>>> moron.
>> Hey, are you the "PorchMonkey" I've heard so much about?
> 
> That would be him, sir.</Ed McMahon>
> 
>> If so, I have to tell you that you need a better keyboard if you want to
>> write PorchShakespeare.
> 
> A brain transplant would help, too.
> 

Look everyone another *ying* collective associate. These tards really do 
pop out of the woodwork. You're gonna need more help than that f*cking 
trisexual tarded loser.

BTW you need enzyte for your pre-teen sized dick...

You are really getting desperate now!! Like I told ya yesterday. U R so 
Over, b1tch.....
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2/3/2007 8:23:28 PM
Art Deco <erfc-1024@usa.net> verbally sodomised  in
news:030220070921206469%erfc-1024@usa.net: 

> The Secretary of HomIntern <YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:
> 
>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did
>>>>>>> most oddly state:
>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu,
>>>>>>>> 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled
>>>>>>>>>>> to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat
>>>>>>>>> so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>> registers....? 
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're
>>>>>>>>> like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having
>>>>>>> said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my
>>>>>>> .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who
>>>>>>> "Fred" is... 
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk
>>>>>> for his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a
>>>>>> host of others.
>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice
>>>> try, tho!
>>> 
>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just
>>> one example.
>>> 
>>
>>Yo
> 
> Shuttup, ko0k.
> 
Shuttup, ko0k.



-- 
Phil Kyle�  

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philkyle2003 (1462)
2/3/2007 8:40:16 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?

Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
argument.


-- 
PJR :-)
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pjr7052 (149)
2/3/2007 9:21:00 PM
Peter J Ross wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
> 
> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
> argument.
> 
> 
You're the one with the extensive brain damage... okay I see. You're 
gonna be easily to own them.
0
2/3/2007 9:36:07 PM
Phil Kyle <philkyle2003@hotmail.com> wrote:

>Art Deco <erfc-1024@usa.net> verbally sodomised  in
>news:030220070921206469%erfc-1024@usa.net: 
>
>> The Secretary of HomIntern <YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:
>> 
>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>>>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did
>>>>>>>> most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu,
>>>>>>>>> 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled
>>>>>>>>>>>> to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat
>>>>>>>>>> so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>> registers....? 
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're
>>>>>>>>>> like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having
>>>>>>>> said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my
>>>>>>>> .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who
>>>>>>>> "Fred" is... 
>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk
>>>>>>> for his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a
>>>>>>> host of others.
>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice
>>>>> try, tho!
>>>> 
>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just
>>>> one example.
>>>> 
>>>
>>>Yo
>> 
>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>> 
>Shuttup, ko0k.

Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
"To err is human, to cover it up is Weasel" -- Dogbert
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erfc-10241 (1105)
2/3/2007 9:52:26 PM
Peter J Ross barfed up this disgusting mess:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
> 
> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
> argument.

Znqr lbh ybbx.
0
writer (25)
2/3/2007 10:07:41 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:45:45 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern did most
oddly state:
> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:52:18 +0000, Max Grrl did most oddly state:
>>> Max Grrl wrote:
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in
>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing wrote in
>>>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>>>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . .
>>>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
>>>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>>>
>>>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
>>> b1tch are you trying to give Peter your raging case of Herpes? Is it
>>> your goal to have him on Valtrex for the rest of his life. You know
>>> you need to wear a teflon pus$y guard before you go out in public.
>>>
>>> BTW, why aren't you at McDonalds order off of the dollar menu,
>>> MaxWhore?
>> 
>> You know, your lame unswearing wouldn't be so bad if your spelling and
>> grammar were not also horrifying. Just a thought. Now, since it's so
>> "effortless", get back to sucking my cock!
> 
> Grammar and spelling flames are the last vestige of the thoroughly
> defeated.
> 
> Ooops but you didn't know that didya. ;-P

"yes you are definitely retarded. See a neurologist immediate. And if
you don't have monet, blow a neurologist immediately." -- Farky the
Monkey-man to peachy ashie passion, with no trace of irony in his post
MID: <4h6xh.802$hH2.233@trnddc02>

"I hate explain $hit to tards. Especially illiterate tards." -- The
Monkey is very hard on irony meters, as in MID:
<Tc4xh.657$hH2.432@trnddc02>

"No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>

I detect a pattern.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris! mhm 29x21; TM#5; Chung Convict #28
Demon Lord of Confusion
COOSN-029-06-71069
Supreme High Overlord of rec.radio.*
Chuck Lysaght: Tarred & Feathered!

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"Fredbot == SameAsB4 == TGOOS

"You are stalking me, even after I thrashed ya." -- PorchMonkey4Life,
a veritable combination of Sherlock Holmes and Doc Savage for the 21st
Century. No, really. Would I lie? MID: <zaUqh.2972$E35.415@trnddc02>

"He unleashes a fecal explosion he time he posts. He uses so many nyms
because he gets beaten so easily and so convincingly in flame wars and
tries to hide behind nyms in the hopes of getting a fresh start. To bad
for him that his lameness keep shining through like a beacon for all
tards (e.g., SameAs$B4, Demon Spawn, Barbara's Pus$y, FredBot,
TGOOS, ......, etc)" -- Monkey-man identifies <jitter> as me, among
others, in broken English, in MID: <Z_Xqh.3167$E35.215@trnddc02>

"Q: What do you call someone in the White House who is honest, caring,
and well-read? 
A: A tourist." -- Anonymous

"It would be offly hard for any of you to abuse me on usenet. Really. I
have the advantage. I could easily turn alt.usenet.kooks into a cesspool
of encoded posts. Bringing the noise ratio up so high as to make the
group worthless. Anybody who can code could do this, why nobody has
bothered before now is beyond me. The ultimate spamming engine..
'BAWAHAHA'" -- Dustbin "Outer Filth" K00k's delusions of grandeur
reached new heights, in Message-ID:
<Xns98355D29419B9HHI2948AJD832@69.28.186.121>
"Immorality: The morality of those who are having a better time." -- H.
L. Mencken

   "Consider that language a moment. 'Purposefully and materially
supported hostilities against the United States' is in the eye of the
beholder, and this administration has proven itself to be astonishingly
impatient with criticism of any kind. The broad powers given to Bush by
this legislation allow him to capture, indefinitely detain, and refuse a
hearing to any American citizen who speaks out against Iraq or any other
part of the so-called 'War on Terror.'

   "If you write a letter to the editor attacking Bush, you could be
deemed as purposefully and materially supporting hostilities against the
United States. If you organize or join a public demonstration against
Iraq, or against the administration, the same designation could befall
you. One dark-comedy aspect of the legislation is that senators or House
members who publicly disagree with Bush, criticize him, or organize
investigations into his dealings could be placed under the same
designation. In effect, Congress just gave Bush the power to lock them
up." -- William Rivers Pitt

"It has become clear in recent months that a critical mass of the American
people have seen through the lies of the Bush administration; with the
president's polls at an historic low, growing resistance to the war Iraq,
and the Democrats likely to take back the Congress in mid-term elections,
the Bush administration is on the ropes. And so it is particularly
worrying that President Bush has seen fit, at this juncture to, in effect,
declare himself dictator." -- Frank Morales
http://www.uruknet.biz/?p=m27769&hd=0&size=1&l=e&fark

"No man in History, including JESUS CHRIST, has directly revealed to
the World the SATANIC WEAPON used to enslave mankind -- INTELLECTUAL
THOUGHT!!" -- Ray Karczewski repeatedly proves his words in every post
he makes
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godofodd1 (12)
2/3/2007 10:25:15 PM
The God of Odd Statements wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:45:45 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern did most
> oddly state:
>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:52:18 +0000, Max Grrl did most oddly state:
>>>> Max Grrl wrote:
>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in
>>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing wrote in
>>>>>>>> alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>>>>>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found
>>>>>>>>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>>>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>>>>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . .
>>>>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over the
>>>>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>>>>
>>>>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
>>>> b1tch are you trying to give Peter your raging case of Herpes? Is it
>>>> your goal to have him on Valtrex for the rest of his life. You know
>>>> you need to wear a teflon pus$y guard before you go out in public.
>>>>
>>>> BTW, why aren't you at McDonalds order off of the dollar menu,
>>>> MaxWhore?
>>> You know, your lame unswearing wouldn't be so bad if your spelling and
>>> grammar were not also horrifying. Just a thought. Now, since it's so
>>> "effortless", get back to sucking my cock!
>> Grammar and spelling flames are the last vestige of the thoroughly
>> defeated.
>>
>> Ooops but you didn't know that didya. ;-P
> 
> "yes you are definitely retarded. See a neurologist immediate. And if
> you don't have monet, blow a neurologist immediately." -- Farky the
> Monkey-man to peachy ashie passion, with no trace of irony in his post
> MID: <4h6xh.802$hH2.233@trnddc02>
> 
> "I hate explain $hit to tards. Especially illiterate tards." -- The
> Monkey is very hard on irony meters, as in MID:
> <Tc4xh.657$hH2.432@trnddc02>
> 
> "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." -- At last, the Monkey-man
> comes out of the closet, in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02>
> 
> I detect a pattern.
> 



"As a Trisexual, I have no objection to
flamboyant, public displays of sexuality, period." in Mess-ID:
Message-Id: <pan.2007.01.17.23.43.11.366320@statements.likeyours>

"Someone has issues, I see. He should get therapy." -- TGOOGLE being
hypocritical in,  Mess-Id:
<pan.2006.08.31.21.25.36.755071@statements.likeyours>

"I love horse c0ck, ..." -- ying collective associate freely proclaiming
his love of animal genitalia
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The
2/3/2007 10:57:45 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 21:36:07 +0000, Max Grrl sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
> Peter J Ross wrote:
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>> 
>>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
>> 
>> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
>> argument.
> 
> You're the one with the extensive brain damage... okay I see. You're gonna
> be easily to own them.

Damn, you're just a regular old .sig quote generator, aren'tcha?

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris!
Demon Prince of Absurdity; COOSN-029-06-71069

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
> 
> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
> argument.

"You're the one with the extensive brain damage... okay I see. You're
gonna be easily to own them." -- PorchMonkey4Life: Not aware of too many
things. MID: <bf7xh.834$hH2.64@trnddc02>

"And no, I did not have sex with my son. But if I did I certainly
wouldn't tell you. Something so beautiful and precious should be kept
private." -- Kathy L. Mosesian, or possibly not really her, confesses
she may be a liar and committer of incest with her own son, in MID:
<cfcd3f4660694e3afeaadaa2723e9ab1@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>

The reporter asked Colin Powell (or George Bush), "What proof do you
have that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction?" 
He replied, "We kept the receipts." -- Bill Hicks

Looney Maroon nominee for August 2006 Johnny D Wentzky foamed:
"You never asked someone who goes into areas of the internet that are
only for adults who has an underage id somehow or another if they are a
cop posing as an underage person online?
I guess lots of people just don't watch dateline or read stories much.
Why don;t you go to pervertedjustice,com and see what they do. They are
awash in their self-proclaimed glory after they lied to membners of the
public.
They are awash in their self-proclaimed glory after they posed as an
underage person and agreed to do all sorts of sex acts wioth adult
males, and they are adults posing as teenager themselves. They make
themsleves into liars by falsely impersonating underage persons and by
not fuilfilling the words they tell the victims online in their chats.
Why don't you read it where they tell these victims of their deceit
about how they have been with grown men and such? Why don't you read it
where they say, "That would be cool." after someone makes an advance
towards an adult who is posing as a teenager? And, where they agree to
meet the person, etc.
Lost control, didn't you?
Is that why you feel as if you need to lie so much now? I see where lots
of these false impersonation games are not sticking. They feel as if
they can lie and then order the victims to get counseling in the
gayblade, governmental, pro-choice tax leech counseling centers. They
are doing nothing more than usury and fraud in many cases." -- Wentzky
almost comes out of the closet as a pedo/ephebophile in MID:
<H%%Eg.28916$Uq1.22411@bignews6.bellsouth.net>
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2/3/2007 11:37:50 PM
"Art Deco" <erfc-1024@usa.net> wrote in message 
news:030220071452264062%erfc-1024@usa.net...
> Phil Kyle <philkyle2003@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>>Art Deco <erfc-1024@usa.net> verbally sodomised  in
>>news:030220070921206469%erfc-1024@usa.net:
>>
>>> The Secretary of HomIntern <YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:
>>>
>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>>>>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did
>>>>>>>>> most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu,
>>>>>>>>>> 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled
>>>>>>>>>>>>> to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat
>>>>>>>>>>> so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're
>>>>>>>>>>> like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having
>>>>>>>>> said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my
>>>>>>>>> .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who
>>>>>>>>> "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk
>>>>>>>> for his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a
>>>>>>>> host of others.
>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice
>>>>>> try, tho!
>>>>>
>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just
>>>>> one example.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Yo
>>>
>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>
>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>
> Shuttup, ko0k.
>
Shuttup, ko0k 


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dvh1946 (1)
2/3/2007 11:56:59 PM

If you are talking about the current state of Linux, you are hugely
exaggerating, totally.

I find Linux to be very usable (2004-present).

It would be more usable if hardware peripherals were more supportive,
that I will grant you.

I notice in the other replies that there are a lot of trash talkers
here with nothing intelligent to say. I don't notice a lot of well
thought out replies, and that is a shame.

Robert   ( www.xanga.com/datahelper )




On Jan 28, 6:27 pm, "VistaKing" <BushIsATrai...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Linux - The never ready OS.
>
> Every once and a while I get the urge to check out the Linux Operating
> system. I've never been fully happy with Microsoft Windows and never happy
> with Microsoft as a company, and I am eager to switch to an OS which
> provides good or better performance and utility than experienced with
> Microsoft windows.
>
> Linux gets the most hype and while MacOS and Solaris are also potential
> candidates, they always lose out because 1. MacOS comes from a flake comp=
any
> who don't really produce computers, they produce Ipods, and Solaris has e=
ven
> a smaller user base than Linux.  So, I always end up auding Linux.
>
> I first saw Linux back in the 486 era when it was barely a year old.  It =
was
> running on a 486 and was pleased to see how fast it managed to list it's
> directories compared to the speed of DOS on my 386.  However it was clear
> even at that time, that Linux would never be a challenge to Microsoft DOS,
> because Linux was developing into nothing more than a Unix clone, and Unix
> had been completely rejected in favour of Microsoft DOS by the desktop
> computing community.
>
> Typing a few commands into the Linux console, and watching the shell spit
> out cryptic and incomprehensible error messages made me laugh out loud I
> remember, and then turn off the machine, and walk away in complete and ut=
ter
> disgust at the lack of vision in the Unix/Linux community.
>
> A few years later, I abandoned the DOS command line, in favour of the vas=
tly
> superior Windows 95 GUI - having successfully ignored all earlier versions
> of Microsoft Windows being the absolute Dogs they were.
>
> I gave Linux another shot at impressing me again that year, and once agai=
n I
> was presented with the same text command line that I had seen years earli=
er.
> The same cryptic commands, the same useless error messages, the same user
> hostility and the same absolute lack of vision in the Unix/Linux communit=
y=2E
>
> When X-windows for Linux arrived, I gave the OS another shot.  X11 had the
> potential of competing with Microsoft windows in terms of ease of use - if
> implemented correctly.  I noted however, that after booting the X11 server
> from the command line, that what was presented was a graphical desktop fr=
om
> which multiple command line shells would be presented in a nice overlappi=
ng
> manner.  It was a hollow desktop with no icon to file mapping, no desktop
> management, no device control, no computer management functions - other t=
han
> those that were managed via command line and with each of those shells I =
was
> presented with the same text command line that I had seen years earlier.
> The same cryptic commands, the same useless error messages, the same user
> hostility and the same absolute lack of vision in the Unix/Linux communit=
y=2E
>
> It wasn't all command line though, there were a host of screen savers for
> the OS, and I decided to check out it's graphic potential by running thro=
ugh
> those.  20% of them either failed to run, or crashed, with several taking
> out the entire OS.
>
> I laughed and turned the machine off.
>
> It's now about 5 years later and I've just given Linux yet another attempt
> to impress me, and impress upon me why I should keep it on my computer.
> I've given it a good shot, not simply seconds or minutes, or even an hour
> like the last time, but a full month or so of effort - when I have had the
> time and patients.
>
> The results are in.  Linux - while considerably improved over it's crash
> prone past, is still a very, very long way from usability, and offers
> essentially <zero> challenge to Microosft Windows.
>
> The Linux Desktop is now much more than a simple means of managing multip=
le
> text based terminal windows.  Kudo's to the developers.
>
> In many respects the desktop I have become familiar with (KDE) is as good=
 as
> the desktop supplied with W95.  But in many ways it's also inferior, and
> suffers from a variety of problems - consistancy being one, completeness
> being another.
>
> Linux however, is still a command line driven environment.  Try as they
> might the various providers of Linux, with all thier incompatible tinkeri=
ng,
> have yet to provide a version of the OS, where you can avoid decending to
> the same incredably hostile and brain dead command line environment whose
> stench permiates ever previous version of Unix/Linux.
>
> But ok, I said to myself, dealing with Unix command line filth has been
> minimized, so maybe I can live with that.  Maybe I can adjust to an
> environment where graphical shells are slapped on top of command line
> interfaces, and where a command appropriately labeled find in the shell, =
is
> ultimately mapped onto some command called PinkiBoingo in some randomly
> assigned executable directory.  But then again, maybe not.
>
> I started auditing Linux on a brand new Duel Core Athelon machine running=
 an
> Nvidia chipset, and I was keen to see how an aledgedly efficient OS would
> fly on multiple cores.  Alas, I never managed to find out, because in the
> half dozen x86 versions of Linux I installed, none managed to function we=
ll
> enough to be testable.  In fact most wouldn't install at all.   Some
> couldn't find the network card, which made installing other applications
> impossible.  Some didnt' recognize the Nvidia Video card, and while one
> version actually defaulted to VESA video it failed to provide a mouse
> pointer making pointing to anything on the screen somewhat difficult.
>
> Eventually in the case of the lost mouse pointer, I found out that I could
> edit a random text file with some random title, and alter a randomly named
> switch so that a software cursor would be used instead of the hardware
> cursor that wasn't working, but after that networking problems became
> clearer, and eventually after installing an MP3 codec, the OS just had a
> kernel panic and Linux was dead, quickly replaced with a version of Windo=
ws
> 2000 which installed flawlessly, and supported the duel core Athelon quite
> nicely.
>
> I religaed Linux to my older machine at this point and installed a version
> of RedHat Linux first.  At this point I was looking to create a stable Li=
nux
> environment that could be used for casual computing with some development
> tools so I could audit the OS more thoughly.
>
> No Joy with Redhat.  Working environment was too poor.
> No Joy with Ubuntu.  The inability to log on as Admin displeased me great=
ly.
> No Joy with Susie.   It just pissed me off due to lack of any codec suppo=
rt
> like all the others.
> Then there was Freespire.
>
> I much prefer Freespire's philosophy of providing the user with some
> multimedia capability out of the box, even though the codecs and
> applications may be propriatory.  And Freespire installed with Windows
> networking compatability turned on and capable of immediately connecting =
to
> a windows network.   Joy....
>
> Joy yes, but joy only for so long.
>
> Freespire is by far the best version of Linux I have yet to audit (What do
> you do with Linux? You install it.) Networking works, XMMS is easy enough=
 to
> install, and if you don't there is always real player.  It plays many vid=
eo
> file formats without any hastles, and the user interface of version 1.0 is
> actually quite good.  VLC is generally available but isn't as good as the
> Windows version.
>
> "Maybe", I found myself thinking as I toured the OS surface, it's time to
> emmigrate from the often quirky and always inefficient state of Microsoft=
 to
> the shiny new land of Linux and what appeared to be it's newly reformed
> Linspire ideology.
>
> Well, it's not quite so easy as that.
>
> The first thing I noticed, is that my networking card - which is a 10/100
> card is only operating at 10 Mbps.  Ok Ill reconfigure that.  I saw a dev=
ice
> manager in here somewhere, lets get going.
>
> Several hours later I conclude that there is no real device manager, even=
 in
> Freespire.  In the other versions of the Linux OS, a device manager is
> supplied...   Well the program calls itself a device manager, but in
> actuality there is no ability to manage any devices from these utilities.
> Oh, they may list device properties, but they provide no management
> functions.  Need to change a buffer location or size?  Device manager tel=
ls
> you where they are, what their size is, but provides no ability to change
> these params.
>
> Need to manually set the speed of your Network Card?  Device manager might
> tell you it's current operating speed, but provides no means of actually
> altering the speed.
>
> Linspire differs primarily in the honesty with which it announces it's
> device reporting utility.  It doesn't use the word "manager" in the title
> since the program - like all the other Linux device utilities, provide no
> management functions at all.
>
> Ok. So I'll live with a slower than necessary Network card for the moment.
> It's not a big deal, lets play some MP3's and relax.  Hmmm, the audio lev=
el
> appears to be very low, lets adjust it up.  No Joy.  It's only when I rea=
ch
> the upper two "notches" of the volume control does the volume of the outp=
ut
> sound noticabely increease.  Also, when the volume is finally changed, the
> sound levels are now dramatically disproportionate between the left and
> right channel,   Hmmmm.  There is a problem with the sound mixer.
>
> Ok so I grab another sound mixer from the net, and off I go.  Same proble=
m=2E
> So I grab another... Same problem.  And another.  Same problem...
>
> Obvously there is some underlying problem with the sound driver, and not =
the
> mxier controls.
>
> So I play around with the various mixer controls, playing with the say -
> microphone control and having the left side of the master volume control =
cut
> in and out, and finally come across a series of settings which is
> acceptable.
>
> Ok I think to myself, this is a little bit of a pain, but I can live with
> it.  Who knows, someone might fix it, and once I get some development too=
ls
> installed, I might fix it myself.  Time to move on.
>
> Soon after I notice that while trying to compose some text via a supplied
> text editor that I can not insert text.  The insert button on my keyboard
> has been brilliantly removed in place of an expanded delete key.  To inse=
rt
> I now must use the insert key on the numeic keyboard - ...
>
> read more =BB


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callingrw (20)
2/3/2007 11:59:20 PM
Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 21:36:07 +0000, Max Grrl sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
>>> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
>>> argument.
>> You're the one with the extensive brain damage... okay I see. You're gonna
>> be easily to own them.
> 
> Damn, you're just a regular old .sig quote generator, aren'tcha?
> 

What it's like being trisexual and all?
0
2/4/2007 12:24:28 AM
DVH <dvh@dvhvhvhvh.com> wrote:

>"Art Deco" <erfc-1024@usa.net> wrote in message 
>news:030220071452264062%erfc-1024@usa.net...
>> Phil Kyle <philkyle2003@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>>Art Deco <erfc-1024@usa.net> verbally sodomised  in
>>>news:030220070921206469%erfc-1024@usa.net:
>>>
>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern <YkR4N53909@WoeM.6Ro> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity did
>>>>>> the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine did
>>>>>>>>>> most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on Thu,
>>>>>>>>>>> 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt compelled
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s cat
>>>>>>>>>>>> so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're
>>>>>>>>>>>> like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe 65
>>>>>>>>>>> trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having
>>>>>>>>>> said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my
>>>>>>>>>> .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who
>>>>>>>>>> "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human and
>>>>>>>>> animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak tries to
>>>>>>>>> play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting women at risk
>>>>>>>>> for his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses namely
>>>>>>>>> Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon Prince of
>>>>>>>>> Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La Moo, MooMoo
>>>>>>>>> Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of Sucking C0ck, and a
>>>>>>>>> host of others.
>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you. Nice
>>>>>>> try, tho!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is just
>>>>>> one example.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>Yo
>>>>
>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>
>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>
>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>
>Shuttup, ko0k 

Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
"To err is human, to cover it up is Weasel" -- Dogbert
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erfc-10241 (1105)
2/4/2007 12:50:19 AM
In article <slrnes9jnk.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
<pjr@example.invalid> wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:26:42 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
> > In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
> > <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> Peter J Ross wrote:
> >> > On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
> >> > <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> >> > 
> >> >> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> >> >>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
> >> >>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> >> >>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
> >> >>   from
> >> >> adolescent LinTards?
> >> > 
> >> > "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
> >> > 
> >> > 
> >> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
> >
> > So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
> >
> > BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
> > and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
> > brain cells together to do it. 
> > TIA!!
> 
> The only reason I posted in this thread was to correct VistaKing's
> misapprehension.
> 
> Does that mean that I have to be followed around by a lame kook now?
> 
> Cool!

Will you still have that opinion later, when he's obsessively sucking
your cock??

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/4/2007 3:26:15 AM
In article <slrnes9k0j.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
<pjr@example.invalid> wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:46:02 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> 
> > Peter J Ross wrote:
> >> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> >> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> >> 
> >>> Peter J Ross wrote:
> >>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> >>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> >>>>
> >>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
> >>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl
> >>>>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
> >>>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
> >>>>>>>>> and screamed:
> >>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
> >>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
> >>>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
> >>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
> >>>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
> >>>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
> >>>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
> >>>>>>>> anything sensible
> >>>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
> >>>>>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
> >>>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
> >>>> Note: no response.
> >>>>
> >>>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
> >>>>
> >>> Very Wrong.
> >> 
> >> So what's unacceptable about it?
> >> 
> > I'm not your tutor RTFM
> >>> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related 
> >>> to your statement here.
> >> 
> >> A statement you didn't understand.
> > I guess you don't know what that command does, afterall. Pity.
> >> 
> >>>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
> >>>> RTFM.
> >>> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even yesterday.
> >> 
> >> No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
> >> does.
> >> 
> >>>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
> >>>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
> >>>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
> >>>>
> >>> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
> >> 
> >> That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
> >> that I've never been employed as an astronaut.
> >> 
> >> Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.
> >> 
> > Your ignorance of linux is apparent. Go buy a book on it and do try and 
> > catch up
> >>>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
> >>>>>>
> >>>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.
> >>>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
> >>>>
> >>> Exactly.. It's that simple!
> >> 
> >> ++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;
> >> 
> > --$total-number-of-intelligent-linux-users;
> >
> > moron.
> 
> Hey, are you the "PorchMonkey" I've heard so much about?

You mean the cl00less fucktard Porchmonkey who's been nommed for
Village Idiot, CNotM, Anal Pineapple, Palmjob Paddle, Siaway Drama
Queen Goofu Azzed Baboon, Holey Sockpuppet, etc?

Yep. Aren't *you* privileged?! ; )
> 
> If so, I have to tell you that you need a better keyboard if you want
> to write PorchShakespeare.

More so because it's crusted with his swimmerless spooge.

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/4/2007 3:30:48 AM
In article <B8298CC99B114@E6A6456>, malscribe <writer@rotted.pencil>
wrote:

> Peter J Ross barfed up this disgusting mess:
> 
> > On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
> > wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
> > 
> >> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
> > 
> > Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
> > argument.
> 
> Znqr lbh ybbx.

Ybbx ng jung?

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/4/2007 3:31:58 AM
In article <eq2qbv$ka1$3@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
<someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:48:06 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:
> 
> > In article <eptilm$82f$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
> > <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
> > 
> >> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 00:09:17 -0600, Max Grrl wrote:
> >> 
> >> > In article <epqomu$hvj$2@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
> >> > <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:
> >> > 
> >> >> On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 18:32:56 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> >> >> 
> >> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> >> If you've quite finished whining that Linux is too difficult for
> >> >> >> people
> >> >> >> of
> >> >> >> your limited intelligence to use, perhaps you could explain to me why
> >> >> >> I'm
> >> >> >> running a *very* recent Linux distro recently installed
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   Any fool can install Linux and have it run in 1920's vesa mode,
> >> >> >   network
> >> >> > cards at 1/10th speed, improperly configured keyboard, lack of 3d
> >> >> > support,
> >> >> > broken audio and a software mouse cursor.
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   Hell, virtually every Linux user is running their machine with one
> >> >> >   or
> >> >> >   more
> >> >> > of these problems.
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   You are just too stupid to noice.
> >> >> 
> >> >> Maybe you are the one stupid enough not to notice that none of these
> >> >> "problems" include frequent crashes, memory holes and countless security
> >> >> vunerabilities... not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit
> >> >> of
> >> >> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
> >> >> 
> >> >> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
> >> >> stability.
> >> >> 
> >> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> >> without fear of silly viruses bringing me to a halt and without fear
> >> >> >> of
> >> >> > the
> >> >> >> iminent BSOD.
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   Clearly  you are paranoid.
> >> >> 
> >> >> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild
> >> >> my
> >> >> systems once a year.
> >> >> 
> >> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an
> >> >> >> OS,
> >> >> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   Stupid LinTard.
> >> >> 
> >> >> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
> >> >> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay �200 or
> >> >> more
> >> >> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
> >> >> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
> >> >> 
> >> >> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
> >> >> not how bill wants it.
> >> >> 
> >> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> >> >> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory
> >> >> >> from
> >> >> >> the machine,
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
> >> >> 
> >> >> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an
> >> >> extra
> >> >> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
> >> >> 
> >> >> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do
> >> >> >   know
> >> >> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
> >> >> 
> >> >> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
> >> >> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
> >> >> 
> >> >> >> when I can pay nothing
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
> >> >> 
> >> >> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
> >> >> 
> >> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> >> to have something do exactly what I want
> >> >> > 
> >> >> >   If Linux does exactly what you want then you are a waste of skin.
> >> >> 
> >> >> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be
> >> >> a
> >> >> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
> >> >> 
> >> >> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> >> > 
> >> > LOL!!
> >> > 
> >> > I'll bet it tastes . . .  nerdy and lonely.
> >> 
> >> Maybe I should ask some of the prostetutes he hired when he was a teenager?
> > 
> > Or, you could ask the ones he hires today.
> >
> 
> Or, I could ask VistaKing.

*LOLOLOLOL*

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/4/2007 3:39:44 AM
In article <eq2o3q$ka1$1@registered.motzarella.org>, Intrepid Logic
<someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote:

> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:36:03 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote in message
> >> Fuckwit.
> > 
> >   A friend of mine has just had to correct a hardware problem on a windows
> > server he has been running without restart for the last 1.5 years.
> 
> He ran a Windows server without a restart for 1.5 years? So, tell me, how
> did he get around the "Windows must restart" necessity after Windows
> Update patches all the security holes (which Microsoft fully admit to)
> every Tuesday night?
> 
> He *did* run WSUS, right?
> 
> Unless you are a clueless newbie who confuses restarting and rebuilding a
> system?
> 
> >   No memory holes, not frequent crashes, and no security issues.
> 
> No security issues, due to the fact that the server is behind a Cisco
> firewall, perhaps?
> 
> >   By the way what is a memory hole?  Ahahahahahahah
> 
> You still haven't answered my question regarding the necessity for Windows
> Explorer to take 15MB of Ram on a Windows XP machine. I do eagerly await
> your response.
> 
> >   I also raise your attention to research that shows that Linux has more
> > security flaws than Windows at this point, and has had for the last couple
> > of years.
> 
> And exactly what is this made-up research? Who are your sources of this?
> Bill Gates?
> 
> >   Windows boxes are targeted of course, and not LinTurd machines because
> > there aren't enough LinTurd users to make it worth while.
> 
> I will believe that when the evidence of such statement is presented to me.

I don't think the number of users is the key . . .  I think it's how
fucking *easy* it is to *target* a particular OS. : )
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> not to mention the fact that MS software has a habbit of
> >> changing settings to what Bill thinks is best.
> > 
> >   You mean like Linux deciding to run my network card at 1/10th speed and my
> > hardware accelerated video card in Vesa mode - and a software mouse cursor?
> 
> If you configure the system it will work properly. Does it really matter
> what video mode you run it in if it works quickly, reliably and without
> crashing?
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> Obviously, your priorities lie in mouse cursor rather than system
> > stability.
> > 
> >   Haven't had a hardware crash in an uncountable number of months on my
> > primary PC, and that is also my experience on my secondary when it was my
> > primary.
> 
> Then you have bought a PC with reliable hardware. Never the less, hardware
> failure is caused by hardware problems. The fact that Windows will
> bluescreen when it wants and take increasingly long to boot is neither
> here nor there.

PC -> approx 3 minutes (sad, huh?),  my Mac -> approx 50 seconds.

Again, top of the line PC (two years old), mid-range Mac (that's about
8-10 years old).
> 
> >   Windows installations lasted years.  Harware failures near zero.
> 
> That's ok if you dont mind Windows taking increasingly longer to boot up,
> and becoming increasingly more unreliable as time goes on.
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> Hardly paranoid, more along the lines of my wish not to have to rebuild my
> >> systems once a year.
> > 
> >   Cleary then you aren't making proper backups and you are too stupid to be
> > able to use a Windows machine.
> 
> What do backups have to do with Windows stability? Backups are a measure
> of disaster recovery. Windows stability is a measure of installing Windows
> then doing nothing else with your PC, just starting it up, logging in,
> looking at a few websites and then then shutting it down.
> 
> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> You could also tell me why I would want to pay for a license for an OS,
> >> >> that to an extent will do Internet routing.
> >> >
> >> >   For the same reason you would pay for a car that drives on the road.
> >> >
> >> >   Stupid LinTard.
> > 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> I dont believe you noticed the "to an extent" portion of that post. The
> >> least you could expect from an operating system that you pay �200 or more
> >> for, the integrated DHCP server as part of Internet Connection Sharing
> >> would give you the ability to choose your IP range.
> > 
> > Stop being such a cheap bastard and spend $20 to get yourself a proper
> > router.
> 
> If I wanted a "proper" router I would have bought one years again. Fact
> is, I dont. What I have had running for the past 6 years works perfectly.
> 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> I pay nothing for Linux, yet I can have it set up exactly as I want it,
> >> not how bill wants it.
> > 
> >   Gee, you managed to install the piece of shit?  For absolutely everyone I
> > know the installation has failed.  Often failed hard.
> 
> It normally only fails if you try installing the latest Linux on a 100MB
> hard disk. Generally, the 5CD installers with Office software, browsers,
> server systems generally need a little more space than that.
> 
> >> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> >> Pay for a firewall that I can't configure to
> >> >> my exact specification and then watch Windows Explorer leak memory from
> >> >> the machine,
> >> >
> >> >   Explorer has no memory leaks.
> > 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> So why does having a start menu on the screen take up 17MB, with an extra
> >> 2MB to list the contents of a CD-ROM?
> > 
> >   CD-ROM's are cached.  Explorer itself isnt' just 230kb long, it loads a
> > host of other services along with itself.  Right now Explorer on this
> > WIndows machine is using 10.560 mmegabytes.  Cspace, an encrypted chat
> > program (very basic) and from the LinTard Community - Python, is currently
> > using 8.508 megabytes.
> > 
> > Which is more complex? The desktop manager Explorer, or a two pane chat
> > window?
> 
> Precisely what I meant by memory holes. Bloated windows DLL's that blow up
> simple applications to take up entire megabytes of RAM.
> 
> Once upon a time, Windows used to run on machines with 16MB of RAM.
> 
> >> >   If you want a better firewall, install a better firewall.   You do
> > know
> >> > how to click on an Icon don't you?
> > 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> I used to run Norton many years ago which was quite good, however, I
> >> prefer to be able to configure NAT as well.
> > 
> >   I said a better firewall, not garbage.
> > 
> >   Want a Nat?  Spend $20 and get yourself an inexpensive NAT router.
> > 
> > 
> > 
> >> >   And get less than nothing - Linux.
> > 
> > "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> It seems you are one of the very few people who see it this way.
> > 
> >   Ahahahahahahah... The Lintard community is minute, but would still fill a
> > high school gym.   You might think that, that is a lot of people, but in
> > relative terms it's a drop in the Windows rainstorm.
> > 
> > 
> >  "Intrepid Logic" <someone@nowhere.invalid> wrote
> >> Hardly. Somebody who prefers not to waste their money on shit, would be a
> >> more acurate description of myself and fellow Linux users.
> >>
> >> Tell me, what does Gates's cock taste like?
> > 
> >   Money, money, money, money, money money.... That's all you LinTards yammer
> > about.
> > 
> >   The fact is, that even though Linux is being given away free, still - no
> > one wants to use it.
> > 
> >   And that's why the Linux Market share is lower today than it was 10 years
> > ago,.
> 
> Enough people want to use it. Linuxquestions.org dont make the posts
> themselves, do they?

-- 
Max Grrl
0
2/4/2007 3:44:27 AM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <slrnes9jnk.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:26:42 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>
>>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>>   from
>>>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>>>
>>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
>>> and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
>>> brain cells together to do it. 
>>> TIA!!
>> The only reason I posted in this thread was to correct VistaKing's
>> misapprehension.
>>
>> Does that mean that I have to be followed around by a lame kook now?
>>
>> Cool!
> 
> Will you still have that opinion later, when he's obsessively sucking
> your cock??
> 

Will he feel that when he comes in contact with your pus$ystank. The 
odor of your raw undouche c*nt might just kill him
0
2/4/2007 4:45:50 AM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <slrnes9jnk.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:26:42 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>
>>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her deformed
>>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found coming
>>>>>>   from
>>>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>>>
>>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're WinBlows,
>>> and not Linux, Fucktard. Do try to keep up. If you can scrape enough
>>> brain cells together to do it. 
>>> TIA!!
>> The only reason I posted in this thread was to correct VistaKing's
>> misapprehension.
>>
>> Does that mean that I have to be followed around by a lame kook now?
>>
>> Cool!
> 
> Will you still have that opinion later, when he's obsessively sucking
> your cock??
> 

Peter will be socking your toxic pus$y before he comes anywhere near my 
nether region. Why don't you douche so that when your STD ridden twat 
gets near him, he won't disintegrate so quickly.

Do you prefer animal c0cks over human ones, MaxWhore?
0
2/4/2007 4:45:52 AM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <slrnes9k0j.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
> 
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:46:02 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>
>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 15:15:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>
>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 14:26:50 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:06 GMT, Max Grrl
>>>>>>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing did the cha-cha,
>>>>>>>>>>> and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in
>>>>>>>>>>>>> her deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often
>>>>>>>>>>>>   found coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>>>>>>>> Well, he's a newbie. He thinks he "won" a flamewar using scat,
>>>>>>>>>>> sex, and yo' momma lames, after all.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> And he is a windows user. Naturally Not smart enough to post
>>>>>>>>>> anything sensible
>>>>>>>>> You're Linuxtard that that thinks runnng:    # rm -r
>>>>>>>>> from   /   is a perfectly acceptable command, as$wipe!
>>>>>>>> What's unacceptable about it?
>>>>>> Note: no response.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'll conclude that there's nothing unacceptable about it.
>>>>>>
>>>>> Very Wrong.
>>>> So what's unacceptable about it?
>>>>
>>> I'm not your tutor RTFM
>>>>> My comment about you being unemployed was directly related 
>>>>> to your statement here.
>>>> A statement you didn't understand.
>>> I guess you don't know what that command does, afterall. Pity.
>>>>>> And BTW, "# rm -r /" doesn't do quite what you may think it does.
>>>>>> RTFM.
>>>>> I bet you actually did this sometime in your life. maybe even yesterday.
>>>> No, there are usually quicker ways of doing what you think "# rm -r /"
>>>> does.
>>>>
>>>>>>>> It does what the manual says it does.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> You're an unemployed sysadmin, right??
>>>>>> No, I'm a Non-Sequitur Consultant. If you want help with your
>>>>>> non-sequiturs, my charges are reasonable.
>>>>>>
>>>>> Translation: "Yeah, I'm an unemployed Technology professional"
>>>> That's like saying that I'm an unemployed astronaut, on the grounds
>>>> that I've never been employed as an astronaut.
>>>>
>>>> Your ignorance of basic commands is being mocked by an *amateur*.
>>>>
>>> Your ignorance of linux is apparent. Go buy a book on it and do try and 
>>> catch up
>>>>>>>> [Btw, nice try with the follow-up trick.]
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> If he changes the follow-up, I change the follow-up.It's that simple.
>>>>>> "But Mommy, he started it!"
>>>>>>
>>>>> Exactly.. It's that simple!
>>>> ++$total-number-of-stupid-windows-users;
>>>>
>>> --$total-number-of-intelligent-linux-users;
>>>
>>> moron.
>> Hey, are you the "PorchMonkey" I've heard so much about?
> 
> You mean the cl00less fucktard Porchmonkey who's been nommed for
> Village Idiot, CNotM, Anal Pineapple, Palmjob Paddle, Siaway Drama
> Queen Goofu Azzed Baboon, Holey Sockpuppet, etc?
> 
This mentally b1tch, MaxWhore has nerve damage. Her c*nt is 
malfunctioning. Douche would help it by the c*nt is still douche defiant.
> Yep. Aren't *you* privileged?! ; )

Just douche your dirty dina, c*nt
>> If so, I have to tell you that you need a better keyboard if you want
>> to write PorchShakespeare.
> 
> More so because it's crusted with his swimmerless spooge.
> 
Have you flung any of your toxic pus$y discharge around today. Were 
there any casualties.

0
2/4/2007 4:45:54 AM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <B8298CC99B114@E6A6456>, malscribe <writer@rotted.pencil>
> wrote:
> 
>> Peter J Ross barfed up this disgusting mess:
>>
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
>>> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
>>> argument.
>> Znqr lbh ybbx.
> 
> Ybbx ng jung?
> 

Don't you want a clean pus$y b1tch? What is wrong with you, MaxWhore?


0
2/4/2007 4:45:54 AM
"Hachiroku ????" <Trueno@AE86.gts> wrote
> Why do you say that? Most people that post that kind of crap aren't
> running Linux.

  Correction.  Virtually no one is running Linux.



0
2/4/2007 7:59:17 AM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 17:50:19 -0700, Art Deco sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
> DVH wrote:
>>"Art Deco" wrote...
>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>Art Deco verbally sodomised:
>>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern wrote:
>>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity
>>>>>>> did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine
>>>>>>>>>>> did most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on
>>>>>>>>>>>> Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> compelled to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the manager;s
>>>>>>>>>>>>> cat so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so, you're
>>>>>>>>>>>>> like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe
>>>>>>>>>>>> 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for having
>>>>>>>>>>> said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch." in MID:
>>>>>>>>>>> <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check my
>>>>>>>>>>> .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know who
>>>>>>>>>>> "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves human
>>>>>>>>>> and animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this freak
>>>>>>>>>> tries to play hetboy every now and then and puts unsuspecting
>>>>>>>>>> women at risk for his vast array of STDs and body warts.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses
>>>>>>>>>> namely Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon
>>>>>>>>>> Prince of Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La
>>>>>>>>>> Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of
>>>>>>>>>> Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
>>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you.
>>>>>>>> Nice try, tho!
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is
>>>>>>> just one example.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>Yo
>>>>>
>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>
>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>
>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>
>>Shuttup, ko0k
> 
> Shuttup, ko0k.

Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris!
Demon Prince of Absurdity; COOSN-029-06-71069

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
> 
> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
> argument.

"You're the one with the extensive brain damage... okay I see. You're
gonna be easily to own them." -- PorchMonkey4Life: Not aware of too many
things. MID: <bf7xh.834$hH2.64@trnddc02>

"And no, I did not have sex with my son. But if I did I certainly
wouldn't tell you. Something so beautiful and precious should be kept
private." -- Kathy L. Mosesian, or possibly not really her, confesses
she may be a liar and committer of incest with her own son, in MID:
<cfcd3f4660694e3afeaadaa2723e9ab1@msgid.frell.theremailer.net>

The reporter asked Colin Powell (or George Bush), "What proof do you
have that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction?" 
He replied, "We kept the receipts." -- Bill Hicks

Looney Maroon nominee for August 2006 Johnny D Wentzky foamed:
"You never asked someone who goes into areas of the internet that are
only for adults who has an underage id somehow or another if they are a
cop posing as an underage person online?
I guess lots of people just don't watch dateline or read stories much.
Why don;t you go to pervertedjustice,com and see what they do. They are
awash in their self-proclaimed glory after they lied to membners of the
public.
They are awash in their self-proclaimed glory after they posed as an
underage person and agreed to do all sorts of sex acts wioth adult
males, and they are adults posing as teenager themselves. They make
themsleves into liars by falsely impersonating underage persons and by
not fuilfilling the words they tell the victims online in their chats.
Why don't you read it where they tell these victims of their deceit
about how they have been with grown men and such? Why don't you read it
where they say, "That would be cool." after someone makes an advance
towards an adult who is posing as a teenager? And, where they agree to
meet the person, etc.
Lost control, didn't you?
Is that why you feel as if you need to lie so much now? I see where lots
of these false impersonation games are not sticking. They feel as if
they can lie and then order the victims to get counseling in the
gayblade, governmental, pro-choice tax leech counseling centers. They
are doing nothing more than usury and fraud in many cases." -- Wentzky
almost comes out of the closet as a pedo/ephebophile in MID:
<H%%Eg.28916$Uq1.22411@bignews6.bellsouth.net>
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2/4/2007 8:02:19 AM
Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition <inquisition@smof.org> verbally
sodomised  in news:pan.2007.02.04.08.02.16.830109@smof.org: 

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 17:50:19 -0700, Art Deco sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>> DVH wrote:
>>>"Art Deco" wrote...
>>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>>Art Deco verbally sodomised:
>>>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern wrote:
>>>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity
>>>>>>>> did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine
>>>>>>>>>>>> did most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> compelled to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> manager;s cat so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> you're like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe
>>>>>>>>>>>>> 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for
>>>>>>>>>>>> having said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch."
>>>>>>>>>>>> in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check
>>>>>>>>>>>> my .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know
>>>>>>>>>>>> who "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves
>>>>>>>>>>> human and animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this
>>>>>>>>>>> freak tries to play hetboy every now and then and puts
>>>>>>>>>>> unsuspecting women at risk for his vast array of STDs and body
>>>>>>>>>>> warts. 
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses
>>>>>>>>>>> namely Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon
>>>>>>>>>>> Prince of Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La
>>>>>>>>>>> Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of
>>>>>>>>>>> Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
>>>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you.
>>>>>>>>> Nice try, tho!
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is
>>>>>>>> just one example.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Yo
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>
>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>
>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>
>>>Shuttup, ko0k
>> 
>> Shuttup, ko0k.
> 
> Shuttup, ko0k.
> 
Shuttup, ko0k.



-- 
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philkyle2003 (1462)
2/4/2007 3:58:29 PM
Peter J Ross <pjr.spam@gmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
of<slrnes9jru.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>:

>On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:50:08 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>
>> Max Grrl wrote:
>>> In article <hq0xh.540$hH2.40@trnddc02>, Max Grrl
>>> <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>>
>>>>>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her 
deformed
>>>>>>> head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often found 
coming
>>>>>>   from
>>>>>> adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> 
>>> So, you've finally learned how to read headers??? : )
>>> 
>> You still haven't learned how to douche, you silly c*nt.
>>> BTW, he posted your agent to illustrate to Vista that you're 
WinBlows,
>> I know b1tch. And wanted to illustrate that he's using a linux based 
>> read, b1tch.
>
>WTF is a "linux based read"? I don't understand your 1337 techy
>terminology.
>
Tarot cards with the Fedora Core logo or other penguin-related 
iconography on the back?

HTH

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snuhwolf5150 (118)
2/4/2007 4:04:38 PM
Peter J Ross <pjr.spam@gmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
of<slrnes9jbp.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>:

>On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:28:12 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>
>> In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
>> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
>>
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>> 
>>> > Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> >> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>> >> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>> >> 
>>> >>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>> >>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>> >>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>> >>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often 
found
>>> >>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>> >> 
>>> >> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>> >> 
>>> > User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>> 
>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>>
>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over 
the
>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>
>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
>
>I love it when somebody appears on Usenet to try to bully everybody
>with his flaming prowess and technical knowledge, and succeeds only in
>looking like a total prat in front of dozens of users of three
>different operating systems.
>
>"rm -r"
>
>Heh.
>
Make that *four* operating sytems: BeOS


ls -l

Heh.


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snuhwolf5150 (118)
2/4/2007 4:07:56 PM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 
>  Correction.  Virtually no one is running Linux.

Then why do you waste your time trolling in a Linux advocacy group?
It seems you could find a less pointless way of amusing yourself.

Thad

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thad012 (1555)
2/4/2007 4:25:32 PM
<thad01@tux.glaci.remove-this.com> wrote
> Then why do you waste your time trolling in a Linux advocacy group?

  I just want to remind you that you are Shit Sucking Losers who are largely
responsible for Microsof't position of dominance in the computing world.

  You are loathsome, ignorant, FuckTards.




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2/4/2007 7:32:27 PM
Phil Kyle <philkyle2003@hotmail.com> wrote:
>Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition <inquisition@smof.org> verbally
>sodomised  in news:pan.2007.02.04.08.02.16.830109@smof.org: 
>
>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 17:50:19 -0700, Art Deco sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
>> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>>> DVH wrote:
>>>>"Art Deco" wrote...
>>>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>>>Art Deco verbally sodomised:
>>>>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern wrote:
>>>>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of Absurdity
>>>>>>>>> did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine
>>>>>>>>>>>>> did most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> compelled to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I need
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> manager;s cat so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> you're like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for
>>>>>>>>>>>>> having said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch."
>>>>>>>>>>>>> in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check
>>>>>>>>>>>>> my .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know
>>>>>>>>>>>>> who "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves
>>>>>>>>>>>> human and animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this
>>>>>>>>>>>> freak tries to play hetboy every now and then and puts
>>>>>>>>>>>> unsuspecting women at risk for his vast array of STDs and body
>>>>>>>>>>>> warts. 
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses
>>>>>>>>>>>> namely Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon
>>>>>>>>>>>> Prince of Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La
>>>>>>>>>>>> Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of
>>>>>>>>>>>> Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
>>>>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you.
>>>>>>>>>> Nice try, tho!
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is
>>>>>>>>> just one example.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Yo
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>
>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>
>>>>Shuttup, ko0k
>>> 
>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>> 
>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>> 
>Shuttup, ko0k.
 
Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
"To err is human, to cover it up is Weasel" -- Dogbert
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erfc-10241 (1105)
2/4/2007 8:07:03 PM
On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 13:07:03 -0700, Art Deco attempted to confuse the
issue further by squeaking:
> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition verbally sodomised:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 17:50:19 -0700, Art Deco sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
>>> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>>>> DVH wrote:
>>>>>"Art Deco" wrote...
>>>>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>>>>Art Deco verbally sodomised:
>>>>>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern wrote:
>>>>>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of
>>>>>>>>>> Absurdity did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> did most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> compelled to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> need something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> manager;s cat so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> you're like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> having said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> my .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> who "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves
>>>>>>>>>>>>> human and animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this
>>>>>>>>>>>>> freak tries to play hetboy every now and then and puts
>>>>>>>>>>>>> unsuspecting women at risk for his vast array of STDs and
>>>>>>>>>>>>> body warts.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses
>>>>>>>>>>>>> namely Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Prince of Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
>>>>>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you.
>>>>>>>>>>> Nice try, tho!
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is
>>>>>>>>>> just one example.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>Yo
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>
>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k
>>>> 
>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>> 
>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>> 
>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>  
> Shuttup, ko0k.

Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
________________________________________________________________________
Hail Eris! mhm 29x21; TM#5; COOSN-029-06-71069
The God of Odd Statements, the Ugliest Pigfucker In The Universe
Stupidity Takes Its Toll. Please Have Exact Change.

VOTE! Usenet Kook Awards, January 2007
MID: <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170>

"You're like some kind of rabid attack-gerbil." -- Lionel Lauer to Joxer
in MID: <oorbs2pt3dc6b8t4aps7a68k0s9stn2e4i@4ax.com>

"I say you are out of your fucking mind." -- Ying Guo, posting as
"SameAsB4" <exebuyola@yanospamhoo.com>, tells PorchMonkey4Life, posting
as the same nick but a slightly different morph, the score, in MID:
<ka4lo.338.19.1@news.alt.net>

"in the holy spirit i know you would satisfy every single person in a
room if you were the only person present." -- ~tanya, to Crazy Andy II,
in MID: <1167007805.998087.289050@a3g2000cwd.googlegroups.com>

If you never read anything else in any of my sigs, read this:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15321167/
http://borealin.livejournal.com/15104.html
Or watch it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqxmPjB0WSs
Then, if you manage to read/watch all that, try this:
http://www.newamericancentury.org/RebuildingAmericasDefenses.pdf
And Molly Ivins had a few choice words to say about it, weeks before:
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/092906B.shtml
Here's Chris Floyd: Fatal Vision: The Deeper Evil Behind the Detainee
Bill: http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/100206A.shtml

"Q: What's the difference between the Vietnam War and the Iraq War?
A: George W. Bush had a plan to get out of the Vietnam War." -- Anon.

Thread where outing begins: http://tinyurl.com/hojf8
George Pickett Memorial Trophy, Special Ops Cody Memorial Purple Heart,
and the Order of the Holey Sockpuppet winner <wfh_jr@hotmail.com> on
outing personal contact info in x-poasted subject lines:
"Plenty of people post under their real names and do not attempt to hide
their contact info. You are scared of being 'outed' because you are a
pathological abuser of usenet, and people rightly despise you for it.
You're afraid of being reported to the authorities or, better, visited
by a couple of guys with baseball bats. Other people don't have this
obsessive fear. Ward Hardman himself has posted plenty of personal
information - nothing that anyone else added was hidden in any way.
You're so fucking scared you've built up this whole sick mythology about
different categories of bad dudes who 'out' scum like you.

"Meanwhile you are the ugliest pigfucker in the universe. You are the
coward without ethics. You call me a 'newbie' - ha! what an asshole you
are. Those who want to remain anonymous do so. There is absolutely no
way you could identify me, not unless you had the sort of subpoena power
that only gets turned on for big-time terrorists. That's because I chose
to be anonymous. Some people don't. Only really stupid dicks like you
choose the sort of semi-anonymity which leaves you in constant fear.

"What a dickless wonder you are 'Snarky' you fat asshole."
-- in MID: <1156587081.123977.43800@m79g2000cwm.googlegroups.com>

"I am the only one who has outer filthed Ward" -- James C. "Crackhead"
Cracked voluntarily self-immolates, in MID:
1159678991.838385.310840@m7g2000cwm.googlegroups.com

"When I told Abbie Hoffman that he was the first one who made me laugh
since Lenny Bruce died, Hoffman said, "Really? He was my god." The
combination of satirical irreverence and sense of justice that Bruce and
Hoffman shared was the real spirit behind the Yippies--a term I coined
to describe a phenomenon that already existed: an organic coalition of
stoned hippies and political activists who engaged in such actions as
throwing money on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, then
explaining to reporters the meaning of that symbolism. Folksinger Phil
Ochs summed it up: "A demonstration should turn you on, not turn you
off." So when journalists link the Yippies with misleading bedfellows,
at best it's careless shorthand; at worst it's deliberate demonization.
Osama bin Laden wanted an aircraft to crash into the Pentagon. Abbie
Hoffman merely wanted to levitate it." -- Paul Krassner,
http://tinyurl.com/ehu3v
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verwarring (111)
2/4/2007 8:37:00 PM
Demon Lord of Confusion <verwarring@verwirren.confused.k00ks> wrote:
>On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 13:07:03 -0700, Art Deco attempted to confuse the
>issue further by squeaking:
>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition verbally sodomised:
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 17:50:19 -0700, Art Deco sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
>>>> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>>>>> DVH wrote:
>>>>>>"Art Deco" wrote...
>>>>>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>>>>>Art Deco verbally sodomised:
>>>>>>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of
>>>>>>>>>>> Absurdity did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> did most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> compelled to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> need something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> manager;s cat so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> you're like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> having said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> my .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> who "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> human and animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> freak tries to play hetboy every now and then and puts
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> unsuspecting women at risk for his vast array of STDs and
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> body warts.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> namely Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Prince of Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you.
>>>>>>>>>>>> Nice try, tho!
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is
>>>>>>>>>>> just one example.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>Yo
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k
>>>>> 
>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>> 
>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>> 
>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>  
>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>
>Shuttup, ko0k.

Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
"To err is human, to cover it up is Weasel" -- Dogbert
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erfc-10241 (1105)
2/4/2007 9:31:31 PM
On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 16:25:32 +0000, thad01 wrote:

> In comp.os.linux.advocacy VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>>  Correction.  Virtually no one is running Linux.
> 
> Then why do you waste your time trolling in a Linux advocacy group? It
> seems you could find a less pointless way of amusing yourself.
> 
> Thad

That's OK...this started in an XP group. 
So, I guess you could say, I'm trolling there...

Besides, Vista King couldn't understand Linux just the same way that he
couldn't find Waldo if he took the book home for the weekend. 

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Trueno (110)
2/5/2007 1:23:14 AM
On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 14:32:27 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> 
> <thad01@tux.glaci.remove-this.com> wrote
>> Then why do you waste your time trolling in a Linux advocacy group?
> 
>   I just want to remind you that you are Shit Sucking Losers who are
>   largely
> responsible for Microsof't position of dominance in the computing world.

Huh?
Do you even bother to THINK before you type? 
If there were no Linux, all there would BE would be Windows.



> 
>   You are loathsome, ignorant, FuckTards.

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Trueno (110)
2/5/2007 1:24:17 AM
VistaKing wrote:
> >   I just want to remind you that you are Shit Sucking Losers who are
> >   largely
> > responsible for Microsof't position of dominance in the computing world.


"Hachiroku" wrote
> Huh?  Do you even bother to THINK before you type?

  I have watched Unix and Linux shit all over itself for decades while
Microsoft walked all over you Stupid Fuckers.  Fighting over an ever
decreasing slice of the pie while cowering and retreating every time
Microsoft looked your way.

  Unix/Linux is nothing but perpetual failure and perpetual incompetence.

  You pathetic fuckers can't manage to produce a competitive OS, but you
have and continue to give potential challengers to Microsoft the hope that
maybe, just maybe, you dung eaters will get your collective act together and
produce some real competition.

  But since you are perpetual FuckUps.  And incompetent to the core, for 27
years you have been unable to produce anything but unusable shit.

  You cock sucking retards couldn't even compete against DOS.

  Useless.....   Pathetic, shit eating, useless, Retards.

  Linux is the best thing that ever happened to Microsoft.


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2/5/2007 3:45:09 AM
"Hachiroku ????" <Trueno@AE86.gts> wrote
> Besides, Vista King couldn't understand Linux just the same way that he
> couldn't find Waldo if he took the book home for the weekend.

  I don't intend to lower myself to even begin to consider "understanding"
Linux for the same reason that I won't stoop over and smell every piece of
dog shit I pass on the sidewalk.

  Linux = Shit Stick.  LinTards = Shit Suckers.



0
2/5/2007 3:46:49 AM
On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 22:46:49 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

> 
>   I don't intend to lower myself to even begin to consider "understanding"

Yeah, I can see that. 
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Trueno (110)
2/5/2007 2:40:54 PM
On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 22:45:09 -0500, VistaKing wrote:

>> Huh?  Do you even bother to THINK before you type?
> 
>   I have watched Unix and Linux shit all over itself for decades while
> Microsoft walked all over you Stupid Fuckers.  Fighting over an ever
> decreasing slice of the pie while cowering and retreating every time
> Microsoft looked your way.


I'm an MSCE. Also a CNE. Linux is a hobby. 

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Trueno (110)
2/5/2007 2:42:23 PM
> On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 22:45:09 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> >   I have watched Unix and Linux shit all over itself for decades while
> > Microsoft walked all over you Stupid Fuckers.  Fighting over an ever
> > decreasing slice of the pie while cowering and retreating every time
> > Microsoft looked your way.


"Hachiroku" <Trueno@AE86.gts> wrote
> I'm an MSCE. Also a CNE. Linux is a hobby.

I'm a programmer and Linux is a piece of shit.





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2/5/2007 3:20:51 PM
> On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 22:46:49 -0500, VistaKing wrote:
> >   I don't intend to lower myself to even begin to consider
"understanding"


"Hachiroku ????" <Trueno@AE86.gts> wrote
> Yeah, I can see that.

And neither will anyone else.  Hence Linux will never be anything more than
a piece of unused shit.



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2/5/2007 3:21:39 PM
Art Deco wrote:
> Demon Lord of Confusion <verwarring@verwirren.confused.k00ks> wrote:
>>On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 13:07:03 -0700, Art Deco attempted to confuse the
>>issue further by squeaking:
>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition verbally sodomised:
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 17:50:19 -0700, Art Deco sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
>>>>> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>>>>>> DVH wrote:
>>>>>>>"Art Deco" wrote...
>>>>>>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>>>>>>Art Deco verbally sodomised:
>>>>>>>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of
>>>>>>>>>>>> Absurdity did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> did most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> compelled to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> need something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> manager;s cat so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> you're like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> having said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> my .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> who "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> human and animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> freak tries to play hetboy every now and then and puts
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> unsuspecting women at risk for his vast array of STDs and
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> body warts.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> namely Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Prince of Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Nice try, tho!
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is
>>>>>>>>>>>> just one example.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>Yo
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>> 
>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>  
>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>
>>Shuttup, ko0k.
> 
> Shuttup, ko0k.

Shuttup, ko0k.
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splifingate (4017)
2/5/2007 5:16:20 PM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Donn Miller
<hackr_d@yahoo.com>
 wrote
on Sat, 03 Feb 2007 03:35:43 -0500
<1170491824_19205@sp6iad.superfeed.net>:
> The Ghost In The Machine wrote:
>
>> But we know exactly how good Vista is.
>
> Well, if we look at this thing objectively, we see that very little has 
> been added from XP to Vista.  The interface has changed drastically.  It 
> looks like even more stuff has been "hidden" in order to hide the 
> complexity from the user.  I find the interface very cumbersome and 
> unintuitive, although I did like the "Gadgets".  But I still like Window 
> Maker's dock apps better.
>
> Put someone in front of a Linux box running KDE or GNOME, or maybe XFCE, 
> and possibly  the only thing the user will notice is the lack of games. 
>   Fact is, Windows users are satisfied with Open Office over MS Office. 
>   I see no reason at all to downgrade to Vista.

I do...though it wouldn't be by individual choice.  :-)

[.sigsnip]

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ewill5 (11075)
2/5/2007 5:44:45 PM
On 04 Feb 2007 16:07:56 GMT, hwf <snuhwolf5150@hotmail.com> wrote in
alt.usenet.kooks:

> Peter J Ross <pjr.spam@gmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
> of<slrnes9jbp.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>:
>
>>On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:28:12 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>
>>> In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
>>> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>> 
>>>> > Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>> >> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>> >> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>> >> 
>>>> >>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>> >>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>> >>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>> >>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often 
> found
>>>> >>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>> >> 
>>>> >> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>> >> 
>>>> > User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>>> 
>>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>>>
>>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
>>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over 
> the
>>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>>
>>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
>>
>>I love it when somebody appears on Usenet to try to bully everybody
>>with his flaming prowess and technical knowledge, and succeeds only in
>>looking like a total prat in front of dozens of users of three
>>different operating systems.
>>
>>"rm -r"
>>
>>Heh.
>>
> Make that *four* operating sytems: BeOS

The Plan 9, AmigaOS and CP/M users will be along shortly.


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pjr7052 (149)
2/5/2007 10:31:52 PM
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 23:37:50 GMT, Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish
Inquisition <inquisition@smof.org> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 21:36:07 +0000, Max Grrl sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>> Peter J Ross wrote:
>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:38:06 GMT, Max Grrl wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>> 
>>>> Are you the Peter J Ross that I've heard so much about?
>>> 
>>> Probably. I'm the one who doesn't resort to forgery after losing an
>>> argument.
>> 
>> You're the one with the extensive brain damage... okay I see. You're gonna
>> be easily to own them.
>
> Damn, you're just a regular old .sig quote generator, aren'tcha?

That was an uncommonly fine example, wasn't it?


-- 
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pjr7052 (149)
2/5/2007 10:33:53 PM
ah <splifingate@gmail.com> wrote:
>Art Deco wrote:
>> Demon Lord of Confusion <verwarring@verwirren.confused.k00ks> wrote:
>>>On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 13:07:03 -0700, Art Deco attempted to confuse the
>>>issue further by squeaking:
>>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>>Cardinal Snarky of the Fannish Inquisition verbally sodomised:
>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 17:50:19 -0700, Art Deco sat in thee Comfee Chaire,
>>>>>> and didst finally confess, after taking Muche Tea:
>>>>>>> DVH wrote:
>>>>>>>>"Art Deco" wrote...
>>>>>>>>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>Art Deco verbally sodomised:
>>>>>>>>>>> The Secretary of HomIntern wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>The Demon Prince of Absurdity wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:03 +0000, The Demon Prince of
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Absurdity did the cha-cha, and screamed:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Demon Lord of Confusion wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 09:32:27 +0000, The Secretary of HomIntern
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> attempted to confuse the issue further by squeaking:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 12:20:22 -0800, The Ghost In The Machine
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> did most oddly state:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Max Grrl or equivalent wrote on
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thu, 01 Feb 2007 09:09:13 GMT:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> VistaKing wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Max Grrl" wrote
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apparently, you not only noticed, but you also felt
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> compelled to respond as well.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   I wave my hands at mosquito's too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am MAxWhore and I will suck you d1ck for a dollar. I
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> need something off of the dollar menu badly. I blow the
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> manager;s cat so he doesn't charge me tax.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not aware that there were feline-capable cash
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> registers....?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Does my admit to bestial sex acts repulse you? If so,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> you're like the rest of the population about
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 99.99999999999999999999999999999999% of them.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Pedant Point: that works out to 0.65 yoctopersons, or maybe
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 65 trillionths of a human blood cell.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'll use Scope if my hallitosis bothers ya.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Not sure a mouthwash would help with thread drift.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> [rest snipped]
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The above frogger is aka "PorchMonkey4Life", and has been
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> nominated for multiple kook awards. He is notorious for
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> having said this: "No effort at all c*cksucking you, b1tch."
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> in MID: <aXkth.3535$QE6.1902@trnddc02> Here's the ballot:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> <Xns98CAEEA8929Fpinkusenseinetcabalc@204.153.244.170> Check
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> my .sig for one good reason to vote Monkey! I trust you know
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> who "Fred" is...
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements is a trisexual freak that loves
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> human and animal penises. If bestial wasn't bad enought, this
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> freak tries to play hetboy every now and then and puts
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> unsuspecting women at risk for his vast array of STDs and
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> body warts.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The God of Odd Statements (TGOOS) has many nyms that he uses
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> namely Snarky Pope of Penises, Demon Lord of Confusion, Demon
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Prince of Ana1Sex, Pete Stapleton, Henry Schmidt, MooMoo La
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Moo, MooMoo Sandwich, Scojo, TextTard#5, The Secretary of
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sucking C0ck, and a host of others.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Well, you got two of the titles right.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> More tard lies *ying* collective associate.. They are all you.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Nice try, tho!
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> I think not. *Pope Snarky Goodfella of the undulating cable* is
>>>>>>>>>>>>> just one example.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>Yo
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>>  
>>>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>>>
>>>Shuttup, ko0k.
>> 
>> Shuttup, ko0k.
>
>Shuttup, ko0k.

Shuttup, ko0k.

-- 
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erfc-10241 (1105)
2/6/2007 1:56:09 AM
Peter J Ross <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:

>On 04 Feb 2007 16:07:56 GMT, hwf <snuhwolf5150@hotmail.com> wrote in
>alt.usenet.kooks:
>
>> Peter J Ross <pjr.spam@gmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
>> of<slrnes9jbp.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>:
>>
>>>On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:28:12 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
>>>> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>> 
>>>>> > Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> >> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> >> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>> >> 
>>>>> >>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>> >>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>> >>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>> >>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often 
>> found
>>>>> >>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> >> 
>>>>> >> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>> >> 
>>>>> > User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>>>> 
>>>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>>>>
>>>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
>>>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over 
>> the
>>>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>>>
>>>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
>>>
>>>I love it when somebody appears on Usenet to try to bully everybody
>>>with his flaming prowess and technical knowledge, and succeeds only in
>>>looking like a total prat in front of dozens of users of three
>>>different operating systems.
>>>
>>>"rm -r"
>>>
>>>Heh.
>>>
>> Make that *four* operating sytems: BeOS
>
>The Plan 9, AmigaOS and CP/M users will be along shortly.

I still have my copy of Turbo Pascal for CP/M around here someplace.

-- 
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erfc-10241 (1105)
2/6/2007 1:57:03 AM
"Art Deco" <erfc-1024@usa.net> wrote
> I still have my copy of Turbo Pascal for CP/M around here someplace.

  Would undoubtedly work better than Kylix for Linux.

  No IDE's for Linux ay?   Pathetic.



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2/6/2007 2:12:14 AM
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com>
 wrote
on Mon, 5 Feb 2007 21:12:14 -0500
<hpRxh.10621$Un.2050@read2.cgocable.net>:
>
> "Art Deco" <erfc-1024@usa.net> wrote
>> I still have my copy of Turbo Pascal for CP/M around here someplace.
>
>   Would undoubtedly work better than Kylix for Linux.
>
>   No IDE's for Linux ay?   Pathetic.
>

How many did you want?

Eclipse
Netbeans
kdevelop
glade (to some extent)
vtcl (which is a little weird)
gambas (yes, the blue lobster can be turned off)

Oh, that's right, none of these are even as close as
good as Microsoft Visual Stupido and Microsoft Visual
SourceScrape at mangling source code.

BTW -- I got Delphi 6 running under Linux+WinE.  I'm not
all that enthusiastic about it but I can compile things
in a pinch.  Eclipse, however, is better.

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ewill5 (11075)
2/6/2007 2:40:48 AM
On Mon, 5 Feb 2007 21:12:14 -0500, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:

>
> "Art Deco" <erfc-1024@usa.net> wrote
>> I still have my copy of Turbo Pascal for CP/M around here someplace.
>
>   Would undoubtedly work better than Kylix for Linux.

Yeah, Kylix was a load of crap. Typical non-FLOSS software.

>   No IDE's for Linux ay?   Pathetic.

Isn't Vim good enough for you? Or Emacs? Oh wait, you want little
pictures to click on.


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pjr7052 (149)
2/6/2007 3:04:42 AM
> >   No IDE's for Linux ay?   Pathetic.


"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> How many did you want?

 1 would be nice.

> Eclipse

Doesn't support Vista.  Also it's a JAVA applet, producing Java code..
Ahahahahahahahahaahah

Pathetic.


> Netbeans

  Java??  Ahahahahahah  You can't be serious.  Java?  AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH


> kdevelop

Kdevelop isn't an IDE.

> glade (to some extent)

 Not an IDE

> vtcl (which is a little weird)

  Not an IDE


> gambas (yes, the blue lobster can be turned off)

  Unusable and not an IDE.


"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> Oh, that's right, none of these are even as close as
> good as Microsoft Visual Stupido and Microsoft Visual
> SourceScrape at mangling source code.

  That's "Source Safe" my little LinTard.

  And yes, you are absolutely correct.  The one example you cold provide is
no where close to Visual Studio in capability and utility.


"The Ghost In The Machine" <ewill@sirius.tg00suus7038.net> wrote
> BTW -- I got Delphi 6 running under Linux+WinE.  I'm not
> all that enthusiastic about it but I can compile things
> in a pinch.  Eclipse, however, is better.

 Hacked development tools are for hacks.


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2/6/2007 3:51:51 AM
"Peter J Ross" <pjr@example.invalid> wrote
> Isn't Vim good enough for you? Or Emacs? Oh wait, you want little
> pictures to click on.

 Yup. Need to see perdy pictures to write code that manipulates those very
same perdy pictures.

 But command Line LinTurds wouldn't know anything about that.


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2/6/2007 3:53:44 AM
VistaSheep barfed up this disgusting mess:

> 
> "Peter J Ross" <pjr@example.invalid> wrote
>> Isn't Vim good enough for you? Or Emacs? Oh wait, you want little
>> pictures to click on.
> 
>  Yup. Need to see perdy pictures to write code that manipulates those
>  very 
> same perdy pictures.

One requires a GUI to develop a GUI?  LOL

Better tell that to the people who have been successfully developing X 
Window System apps for the past couple decades or so, using nothing but vi, 
make, cc and ld.

Go defrag your hard drive or scan for viruses or something, Wintard.
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writer (25)
2/6/2007 4:08:07 AM
"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> One requires a GUI to develop a GUI?  LOL

  Pretty much ya, if you want efficient development and efficient execution.


"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> Better tell that to the people who have been successfully developing X
> Window System apps for the past couple decades or so, using nothing but
vi,
> make, cc and ld.

  Good example.  Look how pathetic X was until Xtools allowed the
development of it's long history of upgrades and replacements.

  Stupid... ShitLicking LinTard.


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2/6/2007 4:30:36 AM
VistaSheep barfed up this disgusting mess:

> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>> One requires a GUI to develop a GUI?  LOL
> 
>> Better tell that to the people who have been successfully developing
>> X Window System apps for the past couple decades or so, using nothing
>> but 
> vi,
>> make, cc and ld.
> 
>   Good example.

Yes, I know.

....Say, has your system been up for more than a couple hours?  Better 
reboot before it locks up on you or BSODs.
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writer (25)
2/6/2007 4:47:46 AM
"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> ...Say, has your system been up for more than a couple hours?  Better
> reboot before it locks up on you or BSODs.

  This Windows machine has been running for the past couple of months
without rebooting.

  Blue screens just never happen.


0
2/6/2007 5:28:17 AM
VistaSheep barfed up this disgusting mess:

>> ...Say, has your system been up for more than a couple hours?  Better
>> reboot before it locks up on you or BSODs.
> 
>   This Windows machine has been running for the past couple of months

You mispelled "hours."

> without rebooting.

Living dangerously, eh?  No matter, since your box -- like ALL Windows 
boxes -- is really just a toy anyway.  Broken toys do little harm, they 
just make Wintards cry.

>   Blue screens just never happen.

Yeah, they changed XP so that it doesn't really BSOD much -- it just locks 
the fuck up.
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writer (25)
2/6/2007 5:34:04 AM

> >   This Windows machine has been running for the past couple of months
> > without rebooting.

"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> You mispelled "hours."

  You misread "months"  Stupid... Illiterate Lintard.


> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> Living dangerously, eh?  No matter, since your box -- like ALL Windows
> boxes -- is really just a toy anyway.

  True, a toy with the power of a supercomputer.  But yes a toy.

  This contrasts to the Linux Shit Stick which is a broken - unworking -
toy.


"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>  Broken toys do little harm, they  just make Wintards cry.

 They do, because we know the you LinTards and your chronically broken toys,
are deserving of such pity.


> >   Blue screens just never happen.

"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> Yeah, they changed XP so that it doesn't really BSOD much -- it just locks
> the fuck up.

  I don't run XP, so I wouldn't know.  But it sounds like you have more
experience with pirated versions of XP than the real thing.

  You get what you pay for or so the AmeriKKKan saying goes.  And with Linux
of course you get nothing.


0
2/6/2007 6:12:28 AM
malscribe wrote:
> VistaSheep barfed up this disgusting mess:
>
>>> ...Say, has your system been up for more than a couple hours?
>>> Better reboot before it locks up on you or BSODs.
>>
>>   This Windows machine has been running for the past couple of months
>
> You mispelled "hours."

You failed adulthood.



>> without rebooting.
>
> Living dangerously, eh?  No matter, since your box -- like ALL Windows
> boxes -- is really just a toy anyway.  Broken toys do little harm,
> they just make Wintards cry.

What's running on your amateurish Linux box?

Over here on my WinServer03 box I have DB2 8.1, SQL Server 2005, Oracle 9.2, 
various MS Office apps, a Hummingbird doc mgmt server, Citrix client 
software, VB 5.0, VC# Express, VMWare Player (w/ Fedora 6), DirectX 9.0c, 
Half-Life2 (Episode One), an HP photo-printer (and I can use all its 
features), a mouse with a tilt-wheel that actually works, etc.  (see below 
for long list).

It boots in about 1 minute, and shuts down in about 15 seconds.  It did lock 
up/BSOD playing Half-Life 2 w/ onboard video, but since I put a video card 
in it hasn't locked up once in 2 years.  I very rarely reboot it (though I 
choose to shut it down for the night every week or so).  It just goes and 
goes and goes.

100 to 1 you're running toy (cr)apps, sitting around playing with window 
managers, Tux Racer and Frozen Bubble, and doing exactly nothing meaningful 
with your Linux box.  cola posting doesn't count.



>>   Blue screens just never happen.
>
> Yeah, they changed XP so that it doesn't really BSOD much -- it just
> locks the fuck up.

In my experience, Linux apps locks up and hang the system short time much 
more often than Windows/apps.




===========================================================
strHost = "."
Const HKLM = &H80000002
Set objReg = GetObject("winmgmts://" & strHost & "/root/default:StdRegProv")
Const strBaseKey = "Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\"
objReg.EnumKey HKLM,strBaseKey,arrSubKeys
set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
logfile = "C:\software.txt"
set handle = fs.OpenTextFile(logfile,8,true)
For Each strSubKey In arrSubKeys
intRet = objReg.GetStringValue(HKLM,strBaseKey & 
strSubKey,"DisplayName",strValue)
If (strValue <> "") and (intRet = 0) Then
softwareName = strValue
handle.WriteLine softwareName
End If
Next
handle.close
===========================================================
Adobe Flash Player 9
Adobe Reader 7.0.8
Alt-Tab Task Switcher Powertoy for Windows XP
ATI Display Driver
Calculator Powertoy for Windows XP
ClearType Tuning Control Panel Applet
DB2 Personal Edition 8.1
DivX Codec
DivX Player
EAC
Google Earth
Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer
Half-Life 1
Half-Life 2
Half-Life (Valve Steam)
HD Tach version 3
HijackThis 1.99.1
hp photosmart 1215 series
Hummingbird DM Server 5.1.0.5
Image Resizer Powertoy for Windows XP
InCD
Intel(R) PRO Network Adapters and Drivers
ISO Recorder
IsoBuster 2.0
J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0
MD5 for Win32
MetaFrame Presentation Server Web Client for Win32
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
Microsoft Data Access Components
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c update Feb 2007
Microsoft Game Studios Common Redistributables Pack 1
Microsoft IntelliPoint 5.0
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
Microsoft Office 2000 Professional
Microsoft Office 2003 Web Components
Microsoft Office 97, Professional Edition
Microsoft Office Access 2003
Microsoft Office Outlook 2003
Microsoft Platform SDK (3790.1830)
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 developer edition
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 1
Microsoft Virtual PC 2004
Microsoft Visual C# 2005 Express Edition - ENU
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Premier Partner Edition - ENU
Microsoft XML Parser
Motherboard Monitor 5
Mozilla Firefox (2.0)
Mozilla Thunderbird (1.5)
MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK
MSXML 6.0 Parser
OE-QuoteFix
OpenOffice.org 2.1
Oracle 9.2
Orca
PC Wizard 2004.1.632
Picasa 2
QuickTime
Security Task Manager 1.7
Sierra Utilities
Snapshot Viewer
SpeedFan
SQLXML4
SSH Secure Shell
Sun Download Manager v1.1
Tweak UI
Virtual Desktop Manager Powertoy for Windows XP
Visual Basic 5.0 Professional Edition
VMware Player (w\ FC6-i386)
Win2PDF 3.10
Windows Defender Signatures
Windows Media Encoder 9 Series
Windows Resource Kit Tools
WinRAR archiver
WinZip
=================================================================

Damn those are some nice packages!  Some a little pricey, but worth it.





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nospam11 (18349)
2/6/2007 6:12:30 AM
In article <tWUxh.14775$Un.805@read2.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
<BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:

> > >   This Windows machine has been running for the past couple of months
> > > without rebooting.
> 
> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> > You mispelled "hours."
> 
>   You misread "months"  Stupid... Illiterate Lintard.
> 
> 
> > "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> > Living dangerously, eh?  No matter, since your box -- like ALL Windows
> > boxes -- is really just a toy anyway.
> 
>   True, a toy with the power of a supercomputer.  But yes a toy.
> 
>   This contrasts to the Linux Shit Stick which is a broken - unworking -
> toy.
> 
> 
> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> >  Broken toys do little harm, they  just make Wintards cry.
> 
>  They do, because we know the you LinTards and your chronically broken toys,
> are deserving of such pity.
> 
> 
> > >   Blue screens just never happen.
> 
> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> > Yeah, they changed XP so that it doesn't really BSOD much -- it just locks
> > the fuck up.
> 
>   I don't run XP, so I wouldn't know.  But it sounds like you have more
> experience with pirated versions of XP than the real thing.
> 
>   You get what you pay for or so the AmeriKKKan saying goes.  And with Linux
> of course you get nothing.
I
Hmmm . . .  it could be worse . . .  with WinBlows, you pay $100 and
get shit.

I think they'd put out a more quality product if they just went ahead
and had Gate's dog shit in a box and sell *that*.

-- 
Max Grrl

"When he pulled it out you tackled me" Porchmonkey4Life admits he's been
sucking Snarky's cock AGAIN in response to my question "Are you done
"effortlessly" sucking his cock yet?" in MID: <GvExh.50229$WI6.24306@trnddc04>
0
2/6/2007 6:39:29 AM
Max Grrl wrote:
> In article <tWUxh.14775$Un.805@read2.cgocable.net>, VistaKing
> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 
>>>>   This Windows machine has been running for the past couple of months
>>>> without rebooting.
>> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>>> You mispelled "hours."
>>   You misread "months"  Stupid... Illiterate Lintard.
>>
>>
>>> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>>> Living dangerously, eh?  No matter, since your box -- like ALL Windows
>>> boxes -- is really just a toy anyway.
>>   True, a toy with the power of a supercomputer.  But yes a toy.
>>
>>   This contrasts to the Linux Shit Stick which is a broken - unworking -
>> toy.
>>
>>
>> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>>>  Broken toys do little harm, they  just make Wintards cry.
>>  They do, because we know the you LinTards and your chronically broken toys,
>> are deserving of such pity.
>>
>>
>>>>   Blue screens just never happen.
>> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>>> Yeah, they changed XP so that it doesn't really BSOD much -- it just locks
>>> the fuck up.
>>   I don't run XP, so I wouldn't know.  But it sounds like you have more
>> experience with pirated versions of XP than the real thing.
>>
>>   You get what you pay for or so the AmeriKKKan saying goes.  And with Linux
>> of course you get nothing.
> I
> Hmmm . . .  it could be worse . . .  with WinBlows, you pay $100 and
> get shit.
> 
> I t<C0ckslapped>
Douche,b1tch,douche

> 
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exebuyola (74)
2/6/2007 6:49:03 AM
"Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
> I think they'd put out a more quality product if they just went ahead
> and had Gate's dog shit in a box and sell *that*.


I haven't used a MAC since the LISA.  I'm told that things have improved
somewhat.  Alas Apple Computer no longer exists.



0
2/6/2007 6:52:01 AM
"DFS" <nospam@dfs_.com> wrote
> In my experience, Linux apps locks up and hang the system short time much
> more often than Windows/apps.

 Gee, you must be a true Linux Guru to get that far.  I haven't been able to
find a version of Linux that installs yet, and I've gone though more than 2
dozen versions.  The latest being Knoppix.

  Even tried OpenSolaris, and it would just hang..........

  Use Linux to run apps?  It had never occurred to be that it was possible.
I was under the growing impression that Linux was only suited to attempting
to install Linux, or suitable for producing CD coasters.


  Linux = Shit Stick.



0
2/6/2007 6:55:51 AM
Peter J Ross <pjr.spam@gmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
of<slrnesfc2o.5k2.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>:

>On 04 Feb 2007 16:07:56 GMT, hwf <snuhwolf5150@hotmail.com> wrote in
>alt.usenet.kooks:
>
>> Peter J Ross <pjr.spam@gmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
>> of<slrnes9jbp.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>:
>>
>>>On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 10:28:12 -0600, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>
>>>> In article <slrnes954u.56t.pjr@pjr.gotdns.org>, Peter J Ross
>>>> <pjr@example.invalid> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:50:05 GMT, Max Grrl <maxtheangel@gmail.com>
>>>>> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>> 
>>>>> > Peter J Ross wrote:
>>>>> >> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 19:33:55 -0500, VistaKing
>>>>> >> <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> wrote in alt.usenet.kooks:
>>>>> >> 
>>>>> >>> "Max Grrl" <maxtheangel@gmail.com> wrote
>>>>> >>>> She was too busy sucking off a horse and getting hoofed in her
>>>>> >>>> deformed head. She likes it when her daddy as$plows
>>>>> >>>   Why is it that this kind of childish rubbish is so often 
>> found
>>>>> >>>   coming from adolescent LinTards?
>>>>> >> 
>>>>> >> "User-Agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.8 (Windows/20061025)"
>>>>> >> 
>>>>> > User-Agent: slrn/0.9.8.1pl1 (Debian)
>>>>> 
>>>>> Is that relevant somehow?
>>>>
>>>> You're using intelligence against his ranting k00ky st00pidity . . . 
>>>> you realize that that may cause his wee brain to explode all over 
>> the
>>>> 286 he's using, don't you?
>>>>
>>>> Please *do* keep up the good work. TIA!!
>>>
>>>I love it when somebody appears on Usenet to try to bully everybody
>>>with his flaming prowess and technical knowledge, and succeeds only in
>>>looking like a total prat in front of dozens of users of three
>>>different operating systems.
>>>
>>>"rm -r"
>>>
>>>Heh.
>>>
>> Make that *four* operating sytems: BeOS
>
>The Plan 9, AmigaOS and CP/M users will be along shortly.
>
Its those NeXT and Open Darwin users that are the troublemakers...


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snuhwolf5150 (118)
2/6/2007 4:07:40 PM
VistaKing <BushIsATraitor@hotmail.com> pinched out a steaming pile 
of<tWUxh.14775$Un.805@read2.cgocable.net>:

>
>
>> >   This Windows machine has been running for the past couple of 
months
>> > without rebooting.
>
>"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>> You mispelled "hours."
>
>  You misread "months"  Stupid... Illiterate Lintard.
>
>
>> "malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
>> Living dangerously, eh?  No matter, since your box -- like ALL 
Windows
>> boxes -- is really just a toy anyway.
>
>  True, a toy with the power of a supercomputer.  But yes a toy.
>
>  This contrasts to the Linux Shit Stick which is a broken - unworking 
-
>toy.
>
Hmmmmm...a "toy"...funny how they didnt use winboxen to create the 
supercomputer with all the G-5's linked together:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/3180872.stm

Macs will always rule. Microsuck will always chase taillights.


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snuhwolf5150 (118)
2/6/2007 4:13:39 PM
���hw��f barfed up this disgusting mess:

> Hmmmmm...a "toy"...funny how they didnt use winboxen to create the 
> supercomputer with all the G-5's linked together:
> 
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/3180872.stm
> 

Well, what good is a supercomputer if you have to reboot it every four 
hours?
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writer (25)
2/6/2007 4:50:24 PM
"���hw��f" <snuhwolf5150@hotmail.com> wrote
> Hmmmmm...a "toy"...funny how they didnt use winboxen to create the
> supercomputer with all the G-5's linked together:

  Seti@Home was the first windows application in wide use that did so.  How
old is it now? 10 years? 12 years?

 Stupid... Stupid... LinTard.

  You don't know it yet LinTard, but Vista is the beginning of global grid
computing.

  Your life, as you know it, is over.

  From now on, you will service US.



0
2/6/2007 5:41:16 PM
"���hw��f" <snuhwolf5150@hotmail.com> wrote
> Its those NeXT and Open Darwin users that are the troublemakers...

Ya, NeXT was another spectacular Unix Failure.

One in an infinite series of Unix Failures.



0
2/6/2007 5:42:09 PM
"malscribe" <writer@rotted.pencil> wrote
> Well, what good is a supercomputer if you have to reboot it every four
> hours?

  An odd question.  Are you implying that the PC I have here, that hasn't
been rebooted in 2 months has somehow magically been rebooted every 4 hours.

  An odd claim, even from a LinTard like yourself.



0
2/6/2007 6:27:17 PM
In article <45c8a932$0$97244$892e7fe2@authen.yellow.readfreenews.net>,
���hw��f <snuhwolf5150@hotmail.com&