Re: DJW Computers Employs Half-Wit
You were downright offensive and deliberately so - have you never read
Microsoft's "Netiquette guidelines"?
You are obviously semi-literate. Otherwise you would know that in the
English language ( a "high level" language) the past particle perfect of the
verb, "write" is "written". I can hardly imagine what kind of mess you
would make of coding in a "low level" language.
You spouted out your temper tirade based on your misinterpretation of my
first sentence without bothering to read the second sentence. Is this the
usual way that your company sets about meeting its customers' requirements?
Perhaps WORST OF ALL your apparent total lack of appreciation of the
rudiments of computer security may risk possible commercial damage to your
company. May God forbid this. But in view of of the current global
economic recession many businesses may want to re-assess the value of their
I have already said much more than I would have wished. I hope others will
make informative contributions to this thread. Forums such as this
demonstrate that freedom of speech is not only allowed but is positively
encouraged for the betterment of all. Don't let it become a case of "use it
or lose it" - once it's gone it often stays that way.
And now, if you all will please excuse me, I have a funeral to attend - my
mother died recently.
"Dave Warren" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> In message <eSwvwHjDKHA.1336@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl> "PapaJohn"
> <PapaJohn@Chartermi.net> was claimed to have wrote:
>>I read your post and others that come in during the day (Eastern Time) but
>>do a mass 'Catch Up' without reading the wave of SPAM that comes in each
>>night. This particular newsgroup is the worst of the bunch, at least of
>>those I subscribe to.
> You might want to go back and read my post before passing judgment.
> brikendor was whining in the .music_pictures_video group that "Vista is
> too unstable for use" because the news client that he installed (not
> even the one included with Vista) wasn't maintaining his newsgroup
> subscription list.
> I suggested that he learn the difference between applications and
> operating systems AND I pointed him in the right direction for help.
> That's not spam (and definitely not SPAM, which is a meat byproduct made
> by Hormel, and the word SPAM is a trademark owned by the same), and I
> was even relatively polite about it, despite the fact that he was taking
> shots at Vista without any cause.