> > You have been since informed properly, several times, and well before your
> > posting to n.a.n-a.m. Hence it appears to me that you are choosing not to
> Not true. I posted to n.a.n-a.m. after receiving your first response. It
> may have taken a while to show up at your site (that's the nature of news
> distribution), but it was most definitely posted to that newsgroup and to
> list-managers after your first, initial reply to me and at a time I
> figured I wasn't going to go any further with this with you. After
> mulling it over for a while I decided to try some further (and fruitless)
> dialog with you.
I stand corrected, and I publicly apologize for my incorrect information.
May I assume, now, that you are sufficiently clear on the details of this
issue, or is any further clarification necessary so you might soon stop
plastering my name all over creation?
I really don't care -- and I'm sorry if that offends anyone -- if the list
admins of the world disagree with my basis for these postings. I'm not
asking for everyone to agree with me -- I'm not even asking everyone to
disagree with me, that was the purpose of your postings all over creation,
If anyone is so concerned with keeping score, you can chalk up a "bully rah
rah" for Ms. Close, as I've said before, after this one incident in her own
cherished newsgroup, we will not ever commit such a heinous crime ever
However, this is indeed only half a point in her favor, since I intend to
continue this horrible abusive behaviour in the other newsgroup where such
previous violent abuses of Usenet have been quite well-received.
Joe George (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) |Even I don't always
"Oh Bother," said Pooh, and quietly erased his hard disk.|agree with my own
(Please don't use 'firstname.lastname@example.org' anymore.) |else does either.