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  1. #1
    Robert M.
    Guest
    In article <[email protected]>,
    Steven J Sobol <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Anyhow, my claim of "fraud" stems more from my knowledge of "Robert's" past
    > actions. He supposedly switched to AT&T and then started spewing the same BS
    > he was spewing in the Sprint newsgroup and is now back complaining about
    > Sprint, even though he supposedly ported his number over and left Sprint for
    > good.



    All the above is based upon some totally false guess by some other
    SprintPCS loon. I have been a SprintPCS customer continuously for 5
    years. I have NEVER been an AT&T Wireless customer.

    P.S. The FAQ only discusses SPRINT specifically in one item,
    and there it is mentioned as identical to Cingular. The whole
    FAQ is generic. For Sobol to regard it as spewing against SPRINT, shows
    subconciously he must really have more disdain for SprintPCS than I do.

    Sobol, you are a pip.

    ======
    And for those that should be reminded:

    This FAQ is in no way authored by any carrier. By reading on, you agree
    that you are fully aware of this. I see many questions asked repeatedly
    about problems with cellular service, and thought an "Unofficial FAQ"
    was in order. I have no association (i.e. never been employed by any
    carrier) and there is a greater than zero chance there may be errors
    herein. I believe everything to be correct, but use the information at
    your own risk. This FAQ comes not from any carrier, so it is unofficial,
    but apparently has useful information some carrier's apologists are
    upset about being made public.
    ===========

    = Customers may be better off buying a phone from Costco or a major
    Department store chain, who will stand behind the phone for defects that
    their carrier won't (or claim they can't cause cellular manufacturer
    won't reimburse them).

    = Customers CAN get out of contracts if their service has deteriorated
    where they live or work to make it unusable. Send certified letter to
    company HQ, with copy to your State's Attorney General. A phone must be
    "fit for purpose".

    = Customers at end of contract can negotiate on their contract and get a
    better plan than they may have realized. Carriers have unpublished deals.
    "We can't do that", may not be true, ask for a supervisor.

    = There are ways of downloading Ring tones, without having to buy them
    from your carrier.

    = When porting a number, it's supposed to take 3 1/2 hours. Don't accept
    "It may take a week". ESCALATE, ESCALATE, ESCALATE, and keep calling
    every 3 hours. The Director of Porting's number has been posted for some
    carriers; use Google to look for corporate phone #'s at HQ.

    = Customers can demand and receive compensation if their carrier has
    screwed up their number porting; improperly disconnected their service,
    or incorrectly filed a credit bureau complaint.

    = If Customer Service refuses to help on a major issue, Executive
    Services often is only too happy to help a customer. With a major
    complaint, start at the top, not the bottom. Customers should not accept
    long wait times when calling 800 numbers. I personally believe anything
    above 5 minutes is unacceptable.

    = Using web based email to contact a cellular carrier, typically gets a
    response in 48 hours to call the 800 number. Many companies have now
    outsourced this function to India, where the clerks have zero authority
    to resolve problems. Seems like a waste of money to have this function
    when it so typically provide no help.

    = Buying phones off the web is a hassle with some carriers.
    Order fulfillment clerks may not know about this weeks "Free Car
    Charger". Do all buying with a Credit Card, so you can ask the bank for
    a "Chargeback" if you are improperly charged.

    = If you are on an automatic payment plan, and Carrier is taking money
    from your credit card improperly for wrong bills, it's trivial to call
    your credit card company, report your card lost, and get a new card with
    a new number.

    = Many carriers' billing software have known issues.
    - If you move
    - If you change plans
    - Changing the date on a contract expiration

    = Combined plan discounts (i.e. Southwest Bell landline and Cingular,
    Sprint landline and Sprint PCS) may not be the bargain they seem.

    = Company stores may not always give best service for problem phones,
    and carriers have secret lists of phones with issues that
    WILL BE REPLACED if one complains. Make sure you are dealing
    with a Company owned store.

    = Extended warranties are usually a total rip-off, with the possible
    exception if you have a $600 phone and tend to have problems.

    = One is much better served to get cellular service through their
    employer if possible. Monthly discounts. Discounts on new phone
    purchases. Waiver of all activation fees.

    = Carriers will give credits for dropped calls, but you have to ask
    in some cases.

    = Buying accessories from your Carrier is the MOST EXPENSIVE way to get
    cases, car chargers, etc. Places like Target or Wal-Mart have good
    selections of cellular accessories, typically at half the price or
    better.



    See More: Other Issues FAQ




  2. #2
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Other issues FAQ


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Steven J Sobol <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Anyhow, my claim of "fraud" stems more from my knowledge of "Robert's"

    past
    > > actions. He supposedly switched to AT&T and then started spewing the

    same BS
    > > he was spewing in the Sprint newsgroup and is now back complaining about
    > > Sprint, even though he supposedly ported his number over and left Sprint

    for
    > > good.

    >
    >
    > All the above is based upon some totally false guess by some other
    > SprintPCS loon. I have been a SprintPCS customer continuously for 5
    > years. I have NEVER been an AT&T Wireless customer.


    I do have Phillipe filtered, where his new messages come up as read ... and
    wouldn't normally reply to this toad, but he's once again showing another
    lie. Below is a post (including the header info) from one of his aliases -
    Jonathan, as posted on the ATTWS newsgroup ....

    Bob

    Path:
    newsspool2.news.atl.earthlink.net!stamper.news.atl.earthlink.net!stamper.new
    s.pas.earthlink.net!newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net.POSTED!5ab7a9fb!not-for
    -mail
    From: Jonathan <[email protected]>
    Newsgroups: alt.cellular.attws
    Subject: Re: TYPICAL Goodbye present from AT&T Worthless
    Organization: Break Up Microsoft
    References: <[email protected]>
    <[email protected]> <[email protected]>
    User-Agent: MT-NewsWatcher/3.3b1 (PPC Mac OS X)
    Message-ID: <[email protected]>
    Lines: 8
    Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 15:03:26 GMT
    NNTP-Posting-Host: 66.32.48.64
    X-Complaints-To: [email protected]
    X-Trace: newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net 1071587006 66.32.48.64 (Tue, 16
    Dec 2003 07:03:26 PST)
    NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 07:03:26 PST
    Xref: news.earthlink.net alt.cellular.attws:42212
    X-Received-Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 07:04:33 PST
    (newsspool2.news.atl.earthlink.net)


    From: "Jonathan" <[email protected]>
    Subject: Re: TYPICAL Goodbye present from AT&T Worthless
    Date: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 10:03 AM

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "wirelessjuan" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Actually we have had several customers question their 1st months bill and
    > apparently they do bill a month in advance now. It would have been nice

    if
    > they would have communicated this to their Dealers.


    I just got a first bill 2 weeks ago, and it did not bill in advance.

    ------------------------------------------- End of Post.





  3. #3
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: Other issues FAQ


    "Bob Smith" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >


    <snip>

    Thanls, Bob- I was searching for that post, and couldn't remember which of
    the 50+ names he was using when he wrote it.





  4. #4
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Re: Other issues FAQ

    According to Bob Smith - Every Earthlink Customer in Texas is the same
    person.



  5. #5
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Other issues FAQ


    "Robert M." <[email protected]om> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > According to Bob Smith - Every Earthlink Customer in Texas is the same
    > person.


    No, not at all ... not every EL customer in Texas. Just you in Houston,
    Phillipe ... It's so easy to spot you, with your posting style, even with
    those times you had that free trial of AOL and those 20 different AOL IDs
    you used.

    Bob





  6. #6
    Eric
    Guest

    Re: Other issues FAQ

    Phillipe wrote:
    <<According to Bob Smith - Every Earthlink Customer in Texas is the same
    person. >>

    Interesting how you don't quote what Bob originally said here... which
    is that you posted under an alternate ID in the AT&T newsgroup stating
    you were a customer because of how they billed you. So, are you
    officially denying that you have ever been an AT&T Wireless
    Customer...specifically in the last few months when portability became
    an option?




  7. #7
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Other Issues FAQ

    This FAQ is in no way authored by any carrier. By reading on, you agree
    that you are fully aware of this. I see many questions asked repeatedly
    about problems with cellular service, and thought an "Unofficial FAQ"
    was in order. I have no association (i.e. never been employed by any
    carrier) and there is a greater than zero chance there may be errors
    herein. I believe everything to be correct, but use the information at
    your own risk. This FAQ comes not from any carrier, so it is unofficial,
    but apparently has useful information some carrier's apologists are
    upset about being made public.
    ===========

    = Customers may be better off buying a phone from Costco or a major
    Department store chain, who will stand behind the phone for defects that
    their carrier won't (or claim they can't cause cellular manufacturer
    won't reimburse them). If price is ones only consideration Amazon.com
    and other web vendors may have extra rebates that will reduce the price
    to below what SprintPCS charges.

    = Customers CAN and DO get out of contracts if their service has
    deteriorated where they live or work to make it unusable. Send certified
    letter to company HQ, with copy to your State's Attorney General. A
    phone must be "fit for purpose".

    = Customers at end of contract can negotiate on their contract and get a
    better plan than they may have realized. Carriers have unpublished deals.
    "We can't do that", may not be true, ask for a supervisor. Ask also
    about credits. You may be able to get a $50 or $100 credit on your
    account as their "thank you" for renewing, in addition to any
    improvement in your Plan.

    = There are ways of downloading Ring tones, without having to buy short
    lived ones from your carrier.

    = When porting a number, it's supposed to take 3 1/2 hours. Don't accept
    "It may take a week". ESCALATE, ESCALATE, ESCALATE, and keep calling
    every 3 hours. The Director of Porting's number has been posted for some
    carriers; use Google to look for corporate phone #'s at HQ.

    = Customers can demand and receive compensation if their carrier has
    screwed up their number porting; improperly disconnected their service,
    or incorrectly filed a credit bureau complaint.

    = If Customer Service refuses to help on a major issue, Executive
    Services often is only too happy to help a customer. With a major
    complaint, start at the top, not the bottom. Customers should not accept
    long wait times when calling 800 numbers. I personally believe anything
    above 5 minutes is unacceptable.

    = Using web based email to contact a cellular carrier, typically gets a
    response in 48 hours to call the 800 number. Many companies have now
    outsourced this function to India, where the clerks have zero authority
    to resolve problems. Seems like a waste of money to have this function
    when it so typically provide no help.

    = Buying phones off the web is a hassle with some carriers.
    Order fulfillment clerks may not know about this weeks "Free Car
    Charger". Do all buying with a Credit Card, so you can ask the bank for
    a "Chargeback" if you are improperly charged.

    = If you are on an automatic payment plan, and Carrier is taking money
    from your credit card improperly for wrong bills, it's trivial to call
    your credit card company, and deny payment for all or part of a bill. If
    the carrier overcharges you repeatedly, report your card lost, and get a
    new card with a new number. My bank told me when I asked for a certain
    vendor not to be able to charge my card, that they could easily do it,
    they'd just "report my card lost", I said "my card is not lost", and
    they answered "This is how we do it, its not dishonest, its just how our
    system works".

    = Many carriers' billing software have known issues.
    - If you move
    - If you change plans
    - Changing the date on a contract expiration

    = Combined plan discounts (i.e. Southwest Bell landline and Cingular,
    Sprint landline and Sprint PCS) may not be the bargain they seem.

    = Company stores may not always give best service for problem phones,
    and carriers have secret lists of phones with issues that
    WILL BE REPLACED if one complains. Make sure you are dealing
    with a Company owned store.

    = Extended warranties are usually a total rip-off, with the possible
    exception if you have a $600 phone and tend to have problems.

    = One is much better served to get cellular service through their
    employer if possible. Monthly discounts. Discounts on new phone
    purchases. Waiver of all activation fees.

    = Carriers will give credits for dropped calls, but you have to ask
    in some cases.

    = Buying accessories from your Carrier is the MOST EXPENSIVE way to get
    cases, car chargers, etc. Places like Target or Wal-Mart have good
    selections of cellular accessories, typically at half the price or
    better. Sanyo for instance has a Sanyo/GE line of accessories at Target
    that are litterly half the price (and less) of those available from
    SprintPCS.



  8. #8
    Joseph
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ

    This is a good basic FAQ, however I suggest you proofread it again as
    there are several useage errors. You might want to add a few "the's"
    in several places as well. If you cannot see the errors you might
    want to give it to a friend to read your FAQ for you.

    On Mon, 12 Apr 2004 11:08:10 GMT, "Robert M." <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >This FAQ is in no way authored by any carrier. By reading on, you agree
    >that you are fully aware of this. I see many questions asked repeatedly
    >about problems with cellular service, and thought an "Unofficial FAQ"
    >was in order. I have no association (i.e. never been employed by any
    >carrier) and there is a greater than zero chance there may be errors
    >herein. I believe everything to be correct, but use the information at
    >your own risk. This FAQ comes not from any carrier, so it is unofficial,
    >but apparently has useful information some carrier's apologists are
    >upset about being made public.
    >===========
    >
    >= Customers may be better off buying a phone from Costco or a major
    >Department store chain, who will stand behind the phone for defects that
    >their carrier won't (or claim they can't cause cellular manufacturer
    >won't reimburse them). If price is ones only consideration Amazon.com
    >and other web vendors may have extra rebates that will reduce the price
    >to below what SprintPCS charges.
    >
    >= Customers CAN and DO get out of contracts if their service has
    >deteriorated where they live or work to make it unusable. Send certified
    >letter to company HQ, with copy to your State's Attorney General. A
    >phone must be "fit for purpose".
    >
    >= Customers at end of contract can negotiate on their contract and get a
    >better plan than they may have realized. Carriers have unpublished deals.
    >"We can't do that", may not be true, ask for a supervisor. Ask also
    >about credits. You may be able to get a $50 or $100 credit on your
    >account as their "thank you" for renewing, in addition to any
    >improvement in your Plan.
    >
    >= There are ways of downloading Ring tones, without having to buy short
    >lived ones from your carrier.
    >
    >= When porting a number, it's supposed to take 3 1/2 hours. Don't accept
    >"It may take a week". ESCALATE, ESCALATE, ESCALATE, and keep calling
    >every 3 hours. The Director of Porting's number has been posted for some
    >carriers; use Google to look for corporate phone #'s at HQ.
    >
    >= Customers can demand and receive compensation if their carrier has
    >screwed up their number porting; improperly disconnected their service,
    >or incorrectly filed a credit bureau complaint.
    >
    >= If Customer Service refuses to help on a major issue, Executive
    >Services often is only too happy to help a customer. With a major
    >complaint, start at the top, not the bottom. Customers should not accept
    >long wait times when calling 800 numbers. I personally believe anything
    >above 5 minutes is unacceptable.
    >
    >= Using web based email to contact a cellular carrier, typically gets a
    >response in 48 hours to call the 800 number. Many companies have now
    >outsourced this function to India, where the clerks have zero authority
    >to resolve problems. Seems like a waste of money to have this function
    >when it so typically provide no help.
    >
    >= Buying phones off the web is a hassle with some carriers.
    > Order fulfillment clerks may not know about this weeks "Free Car
    >Charger". Do all buying with a Credit Card, so you can ask the bank for
    >a "Chargeback" if you are improperly charged.
    >
    >= If you are on an automatic payment plan, and Carrier is taking money
    >from your credit card improperly for wrong bills, it's trivial to call
    >your credit card company, and deny payment for all or part of a bill. If
    >the carrier overcharges you repeatedly, report your card lost, and get a
    >new card with a new number. My bank told me when I asked for a certain
    >vendor not to be able to charge my card, that they could easily do it,
    >they'd just "report my card lost", I said "my card is not lost", and
    >they answered "This is how we do it, its not dishonest, its just how our
    >system works".
    >
    >= Many carriers' billing software have known issues.
    > - If you move
    > - If you change plans
    > - Changing the date on a contract expiration
    >
    >= Combined plan discounts (i.e. Southwest Bell landline and Cingular,
    >Sprint landline and Sprint PCS) may not be the bargain they seem.
    >
    >= Company stores may not always give best service for problem phones,
    > and carriers have secret lists of phones with issues that
    > WILL BE REPLACED if one complains. Make sure you are dealing
    > with a Company owned store.
    >
    >= Extended warranties are usually a total rip-off, with the possible
    >exception if you have a $600 phone and tend to have problems.
    >
    >= One is much better served to get cellular service through their
    >employer if possible. Monthly discounts. Discounts on new phone
    >purchases. Waiver of all activation fees.
    >
    >= Carriers will give credits for dropped calls, but you have to ask
    >in some cases.
    >
    >= Buying accessories from your Carrier is the MOST EXPENSIVE way to get
    >cases, car chargers, etc. Places like Target or Wal-Mart have good
    >selections of cellular accessories, typically at half the price or
    >better. Sanyo for instance has a Sanyo/GE line of accessories at Target
    >that are litterly half the price (and less) of those available from
    >SprintPCS.


    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    remove NONO from .NONOcom to reply



  9. #9
    Jerry Springer
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ

    Good... are you kidding? The guy is a two bit moron. He writes under one name
    and argues with himself under another name. He is a fool that gets off
    pretending he knows more than he does. He has been proven wrong many time. He
    well not directly respond when he is proven wrong.


    Joseph wrote:
    > This is a good basic FAQ, however I suggest you proofread it again as
    > there are several useage errors. You might want to add a few "the's"
    > in several places as well. If you cannot see the errors you might
    > want to give it to a friend to read your FAQ for you.
    >
    > On Mon, 12 Apr 2004 11:08:10 GMT, "Robert M." <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >>This FAQ is in no way authored by any carrier. By reading on, you agree
    >>that you are fully aware of this. I see many questions asked repeatedly
    >>about problems with cellular service, and thought an "Unofficial FAQ"
    >>was in order. I have no association (i.e. never been employed by any
    >>carrier) and there is a greater than zero chance there may be errors
    >>herein. I believe everything to be correct, but use the information at
    >>your own risk. This FAQ comes not from any carrier, so it is unofficial,
    >>but apparently has useful information some carrier's apologists are
    >>upset about being made public.
    >>===========
    >>
    >>= Customers may be better off buying a phone from Costco or a major
    >>Department store chain, who will stand behind the phone for defects that
    >>their carrier won't (or claim they can't cause cellular manufacturer
    >>won't reimburse them). If price is ones only consideration Amazon.com
    >>and other web vendors may have extra rebates that will reduce the price
    >>to below what SprintPCS charges.
    >>
    >>= Customers CAN and DO get out of contracts if their service has
    >>deteriorated where they live or work to make it unusable. Send certified
    >>letter to company HQ, with copy to your State's Attorney General. A
    >>phone must be "fit for purpose".
    >>
    >>= Customers at end of contract can negotiate on their contract and get a
    >>better plan than they may have realized. Carriers have unpublished deals.
    >>"We can't do that", may not be true, ask for a supervisor. Ask also
    >>about credits. You may be able to get a $50 or $100 credit on your
    >>account as their "thank you" for renewing, in addition to any
    >>improvement in your Plan.
    >>
    >>= There are ways of downloading Ring tones, without having to buy short
    >>lived ones from your carrier.
    >>
    >>= When porting a number, it's supposed to take 3 1/2 hours. Don't accept
    >>"It may take a week". ESCALATE, ESCALATE, ESCALATE, and keep calling
    >>every 3 hours. The Director of Porting's number has been posted for some
    >>carriers; use Google to look for corporate phone #'s at HQ.
    >>
    >>= Customers can demand and receive compensation if their carrier has
    >>screwed up their number porting; improperly disconnected their service,
    >>or incorrectly filed a credit bureau complaint.
    >>
    >>= If Customer Service refuses to help on a major issue, Executive
    >>Services often is only too happy to help a customer. With a major
    >>complaint, start at the top, not the bottom. Customers should not accept
    >>long wait times when calling 800 numbers. I personally believe anything
    >>above 5 minutes is unacceptable.
    >>
    >>= Using web based email to contact a cellular carrier, typically gets a
    >>response in 48 hours to call the 800 number. Many companies have now
    >>outsourced this function to India, where the clerks have zero authority
    >>to resolve problems. Seems like a waste of money to have this function
    >>when it so typically provide no help.
    >>
    >>= Buying phones off the web is a hassle with some carriers.
    >> Order fulfillment clerks may not know about this weeks "Free Car
    >>Charger". Do all buying with a Credit Card, so you can ask the bank for
    >>a "Chargeback" if you are improperly charged.
    >>
    >>= If you are on an automatic payment plan, and Carrier is taking money

    >
    >>from your credit card improperly for wrong bills, it's trivial to call

    >
    >>your credit card company, and deny payment for all or part of a bill. If
    >>the carrier overcharges you repeatedly, report your card lost, and get a
    >>new card with a new number. My bank told me when I asked for a certain
    >>vendor not to be able to charge my card, that they could easily do it,
    >>they'd just "report my card lost", I said "my card is not lost", and
    >>they answered "This is how we do it, its not dishonest, its just how our
    >>system works".
    >>
    >>= Many carriers' billing software have known issues.
    >> - If you move
    >> - If you change plans
    >> - Changing the date on a contract expiration
    >>
    >>= Combined plan discounts (i.e. Southwest Bell landline and Cingular,
    >>Sprint landline and Sprint PCS) may not be the bargain they seem.
    >>
    >>= Company stores may not always give best service for problem phones,
    >> and carriers have secret lists of phones with issues that
    >> WILL BE REPLACED if one complains. Make sure you are dealing
    >> with a Company owned store.
    >>
    >>= Extended warranties are usually a total rip-off, with the possible
    >>exception if you have a $600 phone and tend to have problems.
    >>
    >>= One is much better served to get cellular service through their
    >>employer if possible. Monthly discounts. Discounts on new phone
    >>purchases. Waiver of all activation fees.
    >>
    >>= Carriers will give credits for dropped calls, but you have to ask
    >>in some cases.
    >>
    >>= Buying accessories from your Carrier is the MOST EXPENSIVE way to get
    >>cases, car chargers, etc. Places like Target or Wal-Mart have good
    >>selections of cellular accessories, typically at half the price or
    >>better. Sanyo for instance has a Sanyo/GE line of accessories at Target
    >>that are litterly half the price (and less) of those available from
    >>SprintPCS.

    >
    >
    > - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -





  10. #10
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Jerry Springer <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Good... are you kidding? The guy is a two bit moron.


    Now there's a useful constructive response from one of our juvenile
    posters.



  11. #11
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Jerry Springer <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Good... are you kidding? The guy is a two bit moron.

    >
    > Now there's a useful constructive response from one of our juvenile
    > posters.


    What's the matter- truth hurt?





  12. #12
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Jerry Springer <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Good... are you kidding? The guy is a two bit moron. He writes under one
    > name
    > and argues with himself under another name.



    And when did you stop posting under Michael Arends, seems like you are
    doing exactly what you are complaining about.



  13. #13
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ



    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Jerry Springer <[email protected]> wrote:


    Here is typical Jerry Springer post:

    From: Jerry Springer ([email protected])
    Subject: Re: The battle for Arlington Airport begins? View: Complete
    Newsgroups: rec.aviation.homebuilt
    Date: 2004-03-25 21:56:28 PST

    Boelkowj wrote:
    > I don't get it.. this is an airplane newsgroup and you keep talking about
    > NASCAR.. Give me a break..
    >
    > Larry


    Then you are a moron and have not followed the thread.

    =============================================================

    Apparently he just likes to post juvenile insults.



  14. #14
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Jerry Springer <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Good... are you kidding? The guy is a two bit moron.

    >
    > Now there's a useful constructive response from one of our juvenile
    > posters.


    Tell me Phillipe. How many times have you practiced saying that in front of
    mirror, when talking to yourself?

    Bob





  15. #15
    Jerry Springer
    Guest

    Re: Other Issues FAQ

    Robert M. wrote:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Jerry Springer <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Good... are you kidding? The guy is a two bit moron. He writes under one
    >>name
    >>and argues with himself under another name.

    >
    >
    >
    > And when did you stop posting under Michael Arends, seems like you are
    > doing exactly what you are complaining about.


    Sorry moron, I don't know who or what a Michael Arends is. I am who
    my name says I am and have never posted under another name. Quite unlike you
    who seems to have quite bunch of aliases. Please try to get your facts right
    before posting, asshole.




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