Re: My husbands going to kill me, please advise me?


> Someone help me please!! I have given my personal information in a
> newsgroup using his business phone number of 15 years that only rings
> here. I am starting to get 2 phones calls a day (usually at night when
> he works) and I can't tell him I was that stupid.
> Can I erase the post and who would I call If I could?
> This is not a joke, please help.
>
> please post but if you email remove the Idiot e
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> you will see this posted as well to rec.models.scale because I read that
> group and I don't want to miss any posts because they fall off too > quickly
FOAD loser!
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Anonymous via the Cypherpunks Tonga Remailer
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On Fri, 23 Jan 2004 16:02:38 -0400, in article , rgmw wrote:
That was stupid then wasn't it?
Better change your phone number.
You are an idiot!
Reply to
Tarapia Tapioco
other engines are too. There just isn't a way to keep yourself out of there completely.
Incorrect:
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however, I am a very serious Usenet rat, and HuhuFruFru may not be able to achieve what s/he wants. It is typical on Usenet to quote the post you are responding to. Thus, while HuhuFruFru can "nuke" posts that s/he made, if they were quoted by others in responses, nothing that can be done about those.
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Bill French
rgmw Someone help me please!! I have given my personal information in a
I think you're either a full-of-shit troll, the dumbest rock in the field, or you screw around on your husband and may have put yourself in a position to get caught. Whichever it is, go play your games in some other newsgroup please.
"The world would be a much simpler place if every one could pick and choose their obligations, but we can't and we shouldn't." Major Charles W. Whittlesey
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Bill Woodier
You can erase a post from usenet by issuing a cancel message. This is not always the easiest thing to do but your news program may offer the facility. This will ask news servers around the world to delete the post in question. Many will oblige. Some won't. It will eventually dissapear from news servers over time anyway as they only tend to keep posts for a few weeks before they delete them to make way for new articles.
There are also news archives. The best known one is Google. You can delete messages from the Google archive:
Neither of these will wipe the message completely from existence, nor will they make the people that already have your number forget it! But they may help stop your husband from finding out you posted the details to usenet.
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futureworlds
PEOPLE!
Please. This is a troll. Same suggestions given over and over just feed it.
Tom
Reply to
Maiesm72
......or change your husband ;~)
"The world would be a much simpler place if every one could pick and choose their obligations, but we can't and we shouldn't." Major Charles W. Whittlesey
Reply to
Bill Woodier
Now there's a frightening thought ;~0
"The world would be a much simpler place if every one could pick and choose their obligations, but we can't and we shouldn't." Major Charles W. Whittlesey
Reply to
Bill Woodier
In case this isn't a wind-up, just select the offending article's subject line and choose Cancel from somewhere (Special menu in my news client). If you have already marked the article as read, you can use the Search function to retrieve it - or simply delete the newsgroup from your list and retrieve it again from the server.
Stan
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Stan The Man
"rgmw" wrote in message > This is not a joke, please help.
I do not think it is possible to withdraw a post once sent. But it seems the damage as been done anyway. Take a deep breath and deal with the results I'm afraid.
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David
| Someone help me please!! I have given my personal information in a | newsgroup using his business phone number of 15 years that only rings | here. I am starting to get 2 phones calls a day (usually at night when | he works) and I can't tell him I was that stupid. | Can I erase the post and who would I call If I could? | This is not a joke, please help.
This may be a computer dialing you in error Ring 1471 to find out the number of the computer and chase it down from that.
To get rid of most *marketing* telephone calls Register your: real name, tel number, snail mail address, with Telephone Preference Service, snipped-for-privacy@dma.org.uk
It works :-)
Reply to
Dave Fawthrop
You can't possibly 'kill' all copies that went to all internet news servers but you might be able to ensure that a permanent copy does not reside on the google/dejanews news servers. Read the google faq for more info on this.
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cov
In message , Stan The Man wrote
You may be able to cancel a news post on your own ISPs servers but the article is already on thousands of other severs many of which don't accept cancels.
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Alan
I believe that some (all?) servers will not allow you the option to delete an NG message.
Reply to
John Porcella
Ignore it - going round all the groups
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Xbase

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