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  1. #1
    Nebby
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    <A HREF="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</A>
    Spouts

    Personal attacks do zero to advance SprintPCS.



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  2. #2
    Bob Smith
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    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults


    Well Phillipe, I see you are continuing your unmunging of email addresses
    only to have those addresses harvested by spambots.

    Bob

    "Nebby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > <A

    HREF="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</A>
    > Spouts
    >
    > Personal attacks do zero to advance SprintPCS.


    Oh, and just what personal attack did I allegedly do this time? Saying that
    you've changed your EL and AOL id's 107 times? That's truth, pure and
    simple. Maybe it's time to post that list once more.

    # USENET ID EMAIL ADDRESS ISP IP
    1st Appeared
    001 Phillipe [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.199 08/10/03
    002 Richard [email protected] EL 66.32.48.182
    08/29/03
    003 DSL GURU [email protected] AOL
    08/29/03
    004 Phillipe . [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.182 09/08/03
    005 P. Reality [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.182 09/09/03
    006 Sprintposter [email protected] AOL
    09/09/03
    007 PHil_Real [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.182 09/16/03
    008 P. [email protected] EL 66.32.49.170
    09/18/03
    009 Patrick Bosley [email protected] EL
    66.32.51.103 09/18/03
    010 SprintPCSNews [email protected] AOL
    09/18/03
    011 Phill. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.170 09/19/03
    012 Loving Moonlight [email protected] AOL
    09/26/03
    013 Phillipe2004 [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.170 10/06/03
    014 Readnewsgroups [email protected] AOL
    10/06/03
    015 Reginald [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.170 10/07/03
    016 Ronald [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.170 10/07/03
    017 Sprintinator [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.170 10/07/03
    018 Defective Merchandise at Stores [email protected]
    EL 66.32.49.170 10/07/03
    019 Camile Cardenas [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.218 10/07/03
    020 Sergei Kosonov [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.84 10/08/03
    021 Renaldo [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.88 10/10/03
    022 LosAngelessLegal [email protected] AOL
    10/10/03
    023 CAT0NHAT [email protected] AOL
    10/11/03
    024 Sunday Auto [email protected] AOL
    10/11/03
    025 Monday Cellphone [email protected] AOL
    10/13/03
    026 Sprint Truth [email protected] AOL
    10/13/03
    027 Posting Editor [email protected] AOL
    10/14/03
    028 Sarah Morlan [email protected] AOL
    10/14/03
    029 Bernard Sharri [email protected] AOL
    10/15/03
    030 Sanyo Guy [email protected] EL
    66.32.51.103 10/21/03
    031 Michael [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.180 11/03/03
    032 BlueTooth Now [email protected] AOL
    11/05/03
    033 PTT ReadyLink [email protected] AOL
    11/07/03
    034 Thomas Aspland [email protected] AOL
    11/08/03
    035 Weekend Sunshine [email protected] AOL
    11/08/03
    036 William Bays [email protected] AOL
    11/08/03
    037 Carl Simmons [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.180 11/11/03
    038 J. Range [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.180 11/12/03
    039 Milton Searlis [email protected] AOL
    11/20/03
    040 Alias for Smith [email protected] AOL
    11/21/03
    041 Bob Veldrends [email protected] AOL
    11/23/03
    042 James Tullin [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.69 12/04/03
    043 Tim Harrick [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.34 12/06/03
    044 Chris McFarland [email protected] EL
    66.32.51.239 12/09/03
    045 Matthew Lindeen [email protected] EL
    66.32.51.192 12/10/03
    046 Dennis [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.226 12/11/03
    047 Stewart [email protected] EL
    66.32.51.248 12/11/03
    048 David [email protected] EL
    66.32.51.23 12/12/03
    049 Joseph [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.147 12/14/03
    050 Leonard [email protected] EL
    66.32.51.250 12/14/03
    051 Donald [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.173 12/15/03
    052 Jonathan [email protected] EL 66.32.48.64
    12/16/03
    053 Carlos Z. [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.172 12/17/03
    054 Al [email protected] EL 66.32.48.90
    12/28/03
    055 A.M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.90 12/31/03
    056 HK [email protected] EL 66.32.49.221
    01/07/04
    057 James [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.147 01/10/04
    058 John S. [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.252 01/12/04
    059 Robert M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.155 01/13/04
    060 Cell Merger [email protected] AOL
    03/02/04
    061 Sprint Secrets [email protected] AOL
    03/20/04
    062 not at Adelphia [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.237 03/30/04
    063 not John Rigas [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.237 03/31/04
    064 Enchanter999 [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.224 04/07/04
    065 Not at Web TV [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.237 04/08/04
    066 [email protected] [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.237 04/14/04
    067 Rob M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.224 04/19/04
    068 Robert M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.224 04/19/04
    069 Rob M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.224 04/19/04
    070 Bad Language by apologists [email protected]
    EL 66.32.50.224 04/26/04
    071 Bob Smith - Liar [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.224 04/26/04
    072 Robert [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.237 04/27/04
    073 Nebby0007 [email protected] AOL
    04/29/04
    074 Retention [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.237 05/05/04
    075 Biotin30 [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    076 Charles R. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    077 Chriss Russell sent me [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    078 Paylor [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    079 reghis [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    080 Richard M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    081 Robert M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    082 Robert M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    083 Urban19 [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    084 windsort [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/05/04
    085 Retention FAQ [email protected] EL
    66.32.50.224 05/05/04
    086 Donald X. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/07/04
    087 John W. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/07/04
    088 Phillipe LIVES [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/07/04
    089 Richard S. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/07/04
    090 Nebby00007 [email protected] AOL
    05/07/04
    091 Bobby T [email protected] EL 66.32.49.72
    05/08/04
    092 Bobby B [email protected] EL 66.32.49.72
    05/08/04
    093 Bobby A [email protected] EL 66.32.49.72
    05/08/04
    094 Robert M [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/09/04
    095 Røbert M [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/11/04
    096 **Retention** [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/13/04
    097 Robert M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/13/04
    098 Røbert M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/13/04
    099 ***REPAIR FAQ *** ***REPAIRFAQ***@yahoo.com
    EL 66.32.49.72 05/14/04
    100 Rupert N [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/20/04
    101 Nebby [email protected]ants AOL
    05/20/04
    102 -RETENTION- [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/20/04
    103 **Executive Services** [email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/21/04
    104 ** PORTABILITY** *[email protected] EL
    66.32.49.72 05/21/04
    105 **FAQ** [email protected] EL 66.32.49.72
    05/21/04
    106 +=+ +=+ [email protected] EL 66.32.49.72
    05/27/04
    107 Røbert M. [email protected] EL
    66.32.48.59 05/30/04





  3. #3
    Eric
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

    (Bob=A0Smith) wrote:
    > unmunging of email addresses only to have
    > those addresses harvested by spambots.


    Every time this phrase is used, I can't help but think of some large
    robot in the middle of a bog cornfield, harvesting corn that it thinks
    is email addresses.

    You know Bob, you would do yourself a favor by cutting that unmunged
    email address out of the posts you quote as well.

    Eric




  4. #4
    Røbert M.
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (Eric) wrote:

    > (Bob*Smith) wrote:
    > > unmunging of email addresses only to have
    > > those addresses harvested by spambots.

    >
    > Every time this phrase is used, I can't help but think of some large
    > robot in the middle of a bog cornfield, harvesting corn that it thinks
    > is email addresses.
    >
    > You know Bob, you would do yourself a favor by cutting that unmunged
    > email address out of the posts you quote as well.


    Its a disservice to himself to think that bots cant unmunge. They've
    been doing that for years.



  5. #5
    Røbert M.
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults



    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Eric) wrote:
    >
    > > (Bob*Smith) wrote:
    > > > unmunging of email addresses only to have
    > > > those addresses harvested by spambots.

    > >
    > > Every time this phrase is used, I can't help but think of some large
    > > robot in the middle of a bog cornfield, harvesting corn that it thinks
    > > is email addresses.
    > >
    > > You know Bob, you would do yourself a favor by cutting that unmunged
    > > email address out of the posts you quote as well.

    >
    > Its a disservice to himself to think that bots cant unmunge. They've
    > been doing that for years.


    http://www.rkdn.org/spam.asp

    Discusses automated unmunging.



  6. #6
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

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    Eric <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > Every time this phrase is used, I can't help but think of some large
    > robot in the middle of a bog cornfield, harvesting corn that it thinks
    > is email addresses.
    >
    > You know Bob, you would do yourself a favor by cutting that unmunged
    > email address out of the posts you quote as well.
    >
    > Eric
    >


    Phillip would post it anyway. Besides, that is exactly what the email
    field is for! There is no valid reason for Phillip to do what he is
    doing save spite. Why do you defend him in this?

    - --

    Thomas T. Veldhouse
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  7. #7
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

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    "R?bert M." <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > Its a disservice to himself to think that bots cant unmunge. They've
    > been doing that for years.


    You don't need to do it for him Nebby!

    - --

    Thomas T. Veldhouse
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  8. #8
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults


    "Eric" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    (Bob Smith) wrote:
    > unmunging of email addresses only to have
    > those addresses harvested by spambots.


    Every time this phrase is used, I can't help but think of some large
    robot in the middle of a bog cornfield, harvesting corn that it thinks
    is email addresses.

    You know Bob, you would do yourself a favor by cutting that unmunged
    email address out of the posts you quote as well.

    Eric

    I would have Eric, save I sent a copy of that post to AOL as well ...

    Bob





  9. #9
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults


    "Røbert M." <rma[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    >
    > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > [email protected] (Eric) wrote:
    > >
    > > > (Bob Smith) wrote:
    > > > > unmunging of email addresses only to have
    > > > > those addresses harvested by spambots.
    > > >
    > > > Every time this phrase is used, I can't help but think of some large
    > > > robot in the middle of a bog cornfield, harvesting corn that it thinks
    > > > is email addresses.
    > > >
    > > > You know Bob, you would do yourself a favor by cutting that unmunged
    > > > email address out of the posts you quote as well.

    > >
    > > Its a disservice to himself to think that bots cant unmunge. They've
    > > been doing that for years.

    >
    > http://www.rkdn.org/spam.asp
    >
    > Discusses automated unmunging.


    Well you little twerp, I wasn't getting much if any spam on my EL addy, till
    you started unmunging it ...

    Bob





  10. #10
    Eric
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

    (Thomas=A0T.=A0Veldhouse) wrote:
    > Phillip would post it anyway. Besides, that is
    > exactly what the email field is for! There is no
    > valid reason for Phillip to do what he is doing
    > save spite. Why do you defend him in this?


    I didn't defend anyone. I was merely stating that when an email address
    is unmunged, when you quote it, you should take out your own unmunged
    email addy from the quote. I would think that would cut down the damage
    somewhat, as there wouldn't be as many posts out there with the email
    address exposed.

    Eric




  11. #11
    Røbert M.
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (Eric) wrote:

    > (Thomas*T.*Veldhouse) wrote:
    > > Phillip would post it anyway. Besides, that is
    > > exactly what the email field is for! There is no
    > > valid reason for Phillip to do what he is doing
    > > save spite. Why do you defend him in this?

    >
    > I didn't defend anyone. I was merely stating that when an email address
    > is unmunged, when you quote it, you should take out your own unmunged
    > email addy from the quote. I would think that would cut down the damage
    > somewhat, as there wouldn't be as many posts out there with the email
    > address exposed.


    http://www.rkdn.org/spam.asp

    Tells all about automated unmunging. Veldhouse & Smith are just paranoid.



  12. #12
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

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    Eric <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > I didn't defend anyone. I was merely stating that when an email address
    > is unmunged, when you quote it, you should take out your own unmunged
    > email addy from the quote. I would think that would cut down the damage
    > somewhat, as there wouldn't be as many posts out there with the email
    > address exposed.
    >
    > Eric


    Once out, any number of further postings is rather irrelavent. It takes
    a long time for the amount of spam to reduce after a public post to
    USENET. Trust me, I know; it took me a couple of years to reduce it
    50%, which your friend Phillip undid in a few minutes.

    - --

    Thomas T. Veldhouse
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  13. #13
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

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    "R?bert M." <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > http://www.rkdn.org/spam.asp
    >
    > Tells all about automated unmunging. Veldhouse & Smith are just paranoid.


    So, you don't do it out of malice? It seem pretty clear to me that you
    do. There is no reason for YOU to unmunge anybody's email address.

    - --

    Thomas T. Veldhouse
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  14. #14
    Frankie says
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults



    Nebby wrote:
    > <A HREF="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</A>
    > Spouts
    >
    > Personal attacks do zero to advance SprintPCS.


    And how does unmugging e-mail addy's help ?
    Troll.


    Frank




  15. #15
    O/Siris
    Guest

    Re: Thanks Smith, more personal insults

    In article <rmarkoff-6FC2CE.14290401062004
    @news01.east.earthlink.net>, [email protected] says...
    > Tells all about automated unmunging. Veldhouse & Smith are just paranoid.
    >=20
    >=20


    Wrong, as usual, Phillie. And, also as usual, deliberately so.

    It's a malicious act the reveals the true lack of character that=20
    would shame anyone who was honest about concern for taking the Lord's=20
    name in vain.

    --=20
    R=D8=DF
    O/Siris
    I work for Sprint PCS
    I *don't* speak for them



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