The World- not the internet and whatever still sets a reasonable
standard of respectable decency. Frankly, I am not interested in what
Read the postings if you must. I'm far from being a prude but really?
How does one pull the plug and get out?
What on earth is this bloke on about, John S answers a valid post
clearly and politely and this goon is rabbiting on about respectable
decency and filth ?
Sorry where did this come from ?
Some village somewhere up North is missing it's idiot.
Steady on guys.
John's explanation was clear enough and helpful as far as I am concerned.
Norm was no doubt on about the other stuff that turns up here as a result of
cross posting ( or is it also multi-posting?) which has nothing to do with
engineering and continually attacks someone who, it seems, has questionable
ethics and behaviour.
Such is the way that things work but I too would rather folks thought a bit
more before hitting the Reply button.
I also wish folks would learn to snip the irrelevant parts of posts.
Some get tediously long.
Yes - I know - learn to live with it!
No goon, no idiot,just a very ordinary bloke who no longer wishes to
be associated with the the lowest form of animal life.
If others wish to condone this,so be it.
'Let all the poisons that are in the mud, hatch out'
On Sat, 30 May 2009 06:23:12 -0700 (PDT), ravensworth2674
Your options are limited:
(1) Like most people, that want to use the Internet for the value it
can give, rather than the less palateable or simply irrelevant stuff
thats out there, you can learn to use the tools available to you (kill
filters, SPAM filters, firewalls, ...whatever) and ignore/delete the
stuff that still gets through.
(2) Literally pull the plug and get out.
If you can't cope with either of those options, then tough luck.
But my point was that either way, be aware (as all of us should) that
whatever you post, in some peoples' eyes you will be contributing to
the noise rather than to the useful content.
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