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  1. #16
    MichiganHotBear
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    Re: WinsorFox spouts, I answer...

    I gave him a list of personality problems to work on. I'm just waiting for
    the progress reports.

    MHB


    "Richard Ness" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm not arguing that posting on the bottom of a Usenet post is what
    > is considered normal. People whining about it and being a PITA
    > know it all f*&# is my problem.
    >
    > And, the fact that you argue that this is also the way e-mail is done,
    > is completely asinine.
    >
    > All Internet professionals are wrong and I guess YOU are right, huh??"
    >
    > You single out Real, hurl a couple of insults and ignore the rest. Most
    > all of the
    > people I do business with are in many cases C level individuals or high up
    > in their
    > respective companies. These are the "lazy idiots" you refer to? These ARE
    > people
    > that know what the right way is, set the standard and in ALL cases, the
    > way they
    > correspond internally, with each other and with their vendors. It's the
    > way it's done.
    > Internal communications within companies I have worked for.... Bell
    > Canada, U S
    > West, GTE, WorldCom/MCI, Comcast, are all done with newest on top,
    > period!!
    > But we ALL are "lazy and idiots??
    >
    > What I find sad and/or laughable is that you insist that the VAST majority
    > is wrong.
    > You insist that IT professionals, VP and C level people are all doing it
    > wrong.
    >
    > And, that piddly little old insignificant piss ant you is.... right??
    >
    > Please pull out your anally inserted cranium.
    >
    >
    > "WindsorFox[SS]" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Richard Ness wrote:
    >>
    >> > Seriously, huh? (you actually bottom reply to E-MAILS???)
    >> > Note the "E-MAIL" above, NOT Usenet. I don't know anyone
    >> > that replies to the bottom of an E-MAIL. EVERYONE replies at
    >> > the top and the messages go from newer (TOP) to older at
    >> > the bottom. Funny that daily messages from very knowledgeable,
    >> > VERY net savvy tech/network folks from real.com, microsoft.com,
    >> > amazon.com, L3, Wcom/MCI, GX, etc, etc, etc... are ALWAYS in
    >> > this top down format. We (all Internet professionals) are all wrong
    >> > and I guess YOU are right, huh??

    >>
    >> ROFL!! Tech savvy people at Real.com. Every one of those wipes
    >> should be put in jail for producing commputer choking, consealed
    >> spayware. Email is rarely as long as Usenet and I say yes, everyone
    >> you email with who top posts is either lazy or an idiot, OR they
    >> shake their head in discust and do it because you did it first and
    >> top posting is the only way to keep some congruency.
    >>
    >> It does not MATTER what someone does as a job, top posting in
    >> Usenet is WRONG. It's confusing and unnatural to read. I tell you
    >> what sparky, you goto a few professional Usenet groups like network
    >> admin groups, computer or scientific groups or the groups on
    >> professional private servers like at Gibson Reaserch, Spamcop or
    >> Microsoft and see howmany top posters are there. Then goto a
    >> moderated group and make a top post. You will get a warning once or
    >> twice and after that your posts will not even show up.
    >>

    >
    >







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  2. #17
    WindsorFox[SS]
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    Re: WinsorFox spouts, I answer...

    Richard Ness wrote:

    > I'm not arguing that posting on the bottom of a Usenet post is what
    > is considered normal. People whining about it and being a PITA
    > know it all f*&# is my problem.


    If you have an interpretation problem, it's just that; your
    problem. Telling you what is written in numerous places on the
    Internet is not acting like a know it all, even though lots of people
    other than you know it.

    >
    > And, the fact that you argue that this is also the way e-mail is done,
    > is completely asinine.


    I stated, that is the way I do it.

    >
    > All Internet professionals are wrong and I guess YOU are right, huh??"


    All of the professionals that I email with post on the bottom. The
    ones that do not are generally new and casual users. I conveyed my
    experiences, the fact that you disagree and turn highly defensive to
    defend your position is not my fault. No, *I* am not right. I do
    things as they are prescribed in the FAQs and Postings of acceptable
    nettiquet for Usenet. They are not my rules, suggestions or desires,
    they existed long before I joined the Internet in 89 I just informed
    you of what they say and even gave you a link to see for yourself.


    >
    > You single out Real, hurl a couple of insults and ignore the rest.


    That is because it struck me as funny. Real.com is regarded as
    only borderline legal. Take a good look at the bloatware they peddle,
    it's the ultimate in spyware.

    > Most all of the
    > people I do business with are in many cases C level individuals or high up in their
    > respective companies. These are the "lazy idiots" you refer to?


    Yes. How do I put it. Lazy may not be how to explain it, tunnel
    vision perhaps. CEOs and such are incessantly known for knowing or
    caring little about the systems they use. I see it all the time, like
    turning off the virus software because the nags to update the
    definitions was annoying them. Things like that.

    > These ARE people
    > that know what the right way is, set the standard and in ALL cases, the way they
    > correspond internally, with each other and with their vendors.


    They know the way they want to do it. They will do it that way not
    because it's correct but because they like it and "I'm the CEO and
    who's going to dare tell me otherwise". Just because someone works
    for Microsoft and are high up in the company you assume they know all
    of these things. That's a bad assumption. Just read the links I posted.

    > It's the way it's done.
    > Internal communications within companies I have worked for.... Bell Canada, U S
    > West, GTE, WorldCom/MCI, Comcast, are all done with newest on top, period!!
    > But we ALL are "lazy and idiots??


    If you are looking for confirmation of highly knowledgeable
    technical people, dropping names like Worldcom and Comcast to
    computer and net admins definitely will not get you there. This is
    enlightening, I see now how there is such a difference in who are
    considered to be highly technical people to different people. I am
    saying that the people who have been using these systems for a very
    long time or were instrumental in developing them do not participate
    the way you are defending.

    >
    > What I find sad and/or laughable is that you insist that the VAST majority is wrong.
    > You insist that IT professionals, VP and C level people are all doing it wrong.


    What I find sad is that you can't seem to participate without
    becoming infuriated. Again, look at the links I posted. If more
    people top post it is because that now there is no repercussion
    unless you are in a moderated Usenet group. Years ago if you did
    something that the mod or admin didn't like, you found yourself
    without access and groveling for your connection back. In some ways I
    think that was better, but in others it's not; that thing about
    absolute power. Most people you are referring to who are a CEO or VP
    of some huge company do things the quickest and easiest way for them
    and are too busy to bother with or care about whatever else. Many
    techs especially the BOFH refer to it as laziness, I'd say it is
    probably more due to priorities and protocol of how you follow up a
    post or email is not high on the list. Again this refers mostly to
    Usenet not email because as pointed out, email rarely has the length
    and live time that Usenet posts do also Usenet servers have to be
    purged at some point extremely long posts didn't last long when hard
    drives were smaller

    >
    > And, that piddly little old insignificant piss ant you is.... right??


    Yes I am. But then as I pointed out they aint my rules, I just
    mentioned them.

    >
    > Please pull out your anally inserted cranium.


    Please do the same, just skim the 2 links I posted.
    See, If you posted where you were supposed to everyone could see
    exactly what you were replying to and if you trimmed it your post
    wouldn't be three feet long. I'll give you some Usenet groups to look
    at and confirm the point if you like. Some people still do it, that
    doesn't make it right. I rarely wear a seat belt, but it's still
    against the law. Of course it's only me that's hurt, I'm not
    confusing a buttload of people which you aren't in this group either,
    but in some groups you could.




  3. #18
    WindsorFox[SS]
    Guest

    Re: WinsorFox spouts, I answer...

    MichiganHotBear thaid:

    > I gave him a list of personality problems to work on. I'm just waiting for
    > the progress reports.
    >




    I gotchur problems right here gayboy....




  4. #19
    MichiganHotBear
    Guest

    Re: WinsorFox spouts, I answer...

    This is going to be a tough case. As you all can see, the progress reports
    don't look good.

    And then there is the issue of him claiming that my name is "homoerotic".
    Obviously it must have aroused him greatly for him to make that remark.
    After all, he did claim earlier that he was above insults and name calling.
    It would appear that that claim was a ruse meant to deflect his other
    dysfunctions and shortcomings.

    At any rate, I shall sleep well tonight knowing that in his time of need, I
    was able to provide some sort of vicarious sexual thrill to him. I look
    forward to the next progress report showing positive signs.

    MHB

    "WindsorFox[SS]" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > MichiganHotBear thaid:
    >
    >> I gave him a list of personality problems to work on. I'm just waiting
    >> for the progress reports.
    >>

    >
    >
    >
    > I gotchur problems right here gayboy....
    >







  5. #20
    WindsorFox[SS]
    Guest

    Re: WinsorFox spouts, I answer...

    MichiganHotBear wrote:

    > At any rate, I shall sleep well tonight knowing that in his time of need, I
    > was able to provide some sort of vicarious sexual thrill to him. I look
    > forward to the next progress report showing positive signs.
    >
    > MHB
    >



    You are dissmissed as a wanna be. Use that phone at the gaybars?




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