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pcbutts1
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      09-26-2007
Do you really think people are so stupid that they won't check
http://groups.google.com/group/micro...b3dab0f4f8108b

http://groups.google.com/group/micro...s?hl=en&lnk=sg


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"Leythos" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed).. .
> In article <fdcdf1$ohh$(E-Mail Removed)>, pc but ts1
> @leythos the stalker.com says...
>> Are dumba$$ idiots to stupid to know they are dumba$$ idiots? Look in the
>> mirror dumba$$ I am talking about you.
>> Why do you change your sig when posting to the MS groups stalker?. Are
>> you
>> ashamed and embarrassed to let them know that you are an obsessed
>> stalker?
>>
>> Cross Posted for maximum visibility.

>
> Cross posting to the MS groups doesn't do you much good, as you're posts
> are still banned on the MS groups.
>
> I change my sig because the word PC BUT TS1 without the spaces was being
> filtered out of the MS servers, along with your name, because of how YOU
> acted and that you pirated MVP's code.
>
> You're the one that's obsessed - you're the one that created a website
> in my name.... You're the one that has PORN dedicated to me and others
> on teh same site you point people to for downloads...
>
> I fixed your header so that it will show properly on the MS servers.
>
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Leythos
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      09-26-2007
In article <fdciiv$5kl$(E-Mail Removed)>, pcbutts1
@leythosthestalker.com says...
> Do you really think people are so stupid that they won't check
> http://groups.google.com/group/micro...b3dab0f4f8108b
>
> http://groups.google.com/group/micro...s?hl=en&lnk=sg


Keep trying - only this post of yours shows on the MICROSOFT USENET
SERVERS.

Google is NOT MICROSOFT and you know it.

Check the MS servers proper, the are still removing posts of yours....

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Fight exposing kids to porn, complain about sites like PCBUTTS1.COM that
create filth and put it on the web for any kid to see: Just take a look
at some of the FILTH he's created and put on his website:
http://forums.speedguide.net/archive.../t-223485.html all exposed
to children (the link I've include does not directly display his filth).
You can find the same information by googling for 'PCBUTTS1' and
'exposed to kids'.
 
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      09-26-2007
"pcbutts1" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:fdciiv$5kl$(E-Mail Removed)...
> Do you really think people are so stupid that they won't check


No...we just think you're stupid.

 
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Mara
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      09-26-2007
On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 20:34:41 -0400, Rgr <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Leythos wrote:
>> In article <(E-Mail Removed) >,
>> (E-Mail Removed) says...


<snip>
>>> Ask him his opinion about PCButts1. The other 250 million web pages with
>>> porn don't matter, it's just the one from Butts that's so heinous, so
>>> insidious.

>>
>> No, the other 250 million don't post here telling people how good they
>> are, suggesting that their reputable, don't pirate code from others and
>> try and pass it off as their own works... The other PORN sites are
>> clearly PORN sites, people don't trust them either.

>
>"they're"


I think they should challenge each other to a duel. To the death. With
toothpicks. Maybe that would get them *both* to STFU for awhile and I wouldn't
have to see either in replies.

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Leythos
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      09-26-2007
In article <(E-Mail Removed)>,
(E-Mail Removed) says...
> On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 20:34:41 -0400, Rgr <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>
> >Leythos wrote:
> >> In article <(E-Mail Removed) >,
> >> (E-Mail Removed) says...

>
> <snip>
> >>> Ask him his opinion about PCButts1. The other 250 million web pages with
> >>> porn don't matter, it's just the one from Butts that's so heinous, so
> >>> insidious.
> >>
> >> No, the other 250 million don't post here telling people how good they
> >> are, suggesting that their reputable, don't pirate code from others and
> >> try and pass it off as their own works... The other PORN sites are
> >> clearly PORN sites, people don't trust them either.

> >
> >"they're"

>
> I think they should challenge each other to a duel. To the death. With
> toothpicks. Maybe that would get them *both* to STFU for awhile and I wouldn't
> have to see either in replies.


If you have a basic understanding of Usenet clients you can filter my
posts so that you don't have to read them.

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Fight exposing kids to porn, complain about sites like PCBUTTS1.COM that
create filth and put it on the web for any kid to see: Just take a look
at some of the FILTH he's created and put on his website:
http://forums.speedguide.net/archive.../t-223485.html all exposed
to children (the link I've include does not directly display his filth).
You can find the same information by googling for 'PCBUTTS1' and
'exposed to kids'.
 
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Alfred
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      09-26-2007
On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 10:34:07 -0700, "Mike Easter" <(E-Mail Removed)>
wrote:

>Alfred wrote:
>> "Mike Easter"

>
>>> And, what is worse is that 'free' teranews is not free but commercial

>>
>> Their 'free' service is free. They make a one off registration charge
>> and after that there is no more to pay. The have a full paid for
>> service which I understand is quite good.

>
>$3.95 'one-time' is not free.


No.
It's a registration fee
The service then costs you nothing.

> A text newser can buy 10 non-expiring
>gigs of news for $5, which would last them a lifetime (one time) and is
>a much much better deal.


Where?
>
>> The 'sig' has just appeared in the last couple of years. Wasn't there
>> when I registered with them.

>
>Correct. Teranews misrepresents the 'baggage' which the registrant is
>going to be burdened with in addition to the registration fee. Tera
>should state upfront that the 'cost' of the $4 account is $4 plus
>advertising trailer -- many text newsers would either use a better free
>newsserver or buy a non-expiring block instead of giving $4 to tera for
>an account which is 'unusable'.
>
>The burden of the condition of the sig-busting trailer is that a text
>newser's posts are found to be objectionable, so fellow text newsers
>harangue the teranews poster until they quit using it.


I have never had any problems when I've posted using tera.
>
>>> and is also a poorly administered newsserver and the advertising
>>> trailer also breaks most sig trimmers and because most text newsers
>>> could get a much better deal buy buying an economical non-expiring
>>> block than paying tera anything for the privilege of dragging around
>>> the ugly/obnoxious sig-breaking usenet spamvertisement.
>>>

>> Unfortunately they can't get a better deal unless it is free or the
>> registration charge is lower than that of Teranews which ISTR is about
>> 2 or they can pay the same and get more bandwidth.

>
>The 'good news' about tera is that the $4 registration allows you up to
>50 megs of binary dl/s per day and unlimited uploading including
>binaries. The bad news is the ad trailer and frequent server problems.
>

Only on the free one.

>> Otherwise I agree. It's poorly maintained and loses posts like a
>> baggage handler at Heathrow
>> Still handy for when ones primary news server goes titsup which mine
>> does all too frequently

>
>I highly recommend an alternate newsserver. There are plenty of free
>ones depending on your needs. Some carry binaries but don't allow
>posting. Some are text only, no binaries, with posting. If I were
>going to recommend an alternate newsserver to someone, it wouldn't be
>tera for text or binaries, for downloading or posting/uploading.


I've used others. Never found one that didn't have drawbacks of some
kind.

>
>Tera's big idea about 'publicity' is to brand themselves as a poorly
>admin/ed newsserver which misrepresents itself and is a bad netizen.


 
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Mike Easter
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      09-26-2007
Alfred wrote:
> "Mike Easter"
>> Alfred wrote:
>>> "Mike Easter"

>>
>>>> And, what is worse is that 'free' teranews is not free but
>>>> commercial
>>>
>>> Their 'free' service is free. They make a one off registration
>>> charge and after that there is no more to pay. The have a full paid
>>> for service which I understand is quite good.

>>
>> $3.95 'one-time' is not free.

>
> No.
> It's a registration fee
> The service then costs you nothing.


Semantics. $4 for ever is $4 for ever.

>> A text newser can buy 10 non-expiring
>> gigs of news for $5, which would last them a lifetime (one time) and
>> is a much much better deal.

>
> Where?


Usenet-news for one http://usenet-news.net/index1.php?url=get
10 GB $ 5.00

That's 50cents per gig nonexpiring block, they have some larger deals
down to 22cents per.

>> The burden of the condition of the sig-busting trailer is that a text
>> newser's posts are found to be objectionable, so fellow text newsers
>> harangue the teranews poster until they quit using it.

>
> I have never had any problems when I've posted using tera.


Do you want some links to demonstrate where teranews posters have gotten
flak from other newsers for using that newsserver to bust their sig
trimming function?

>> The 'good news' about tera is that the $4 registration allows you up
>> to 50 megs of binary dl/s per day and unlimited uploading including
>> binaries. The bad news is the ad trailer and frequent server
>> problems.
>>

> Only on the free one.


That's what we are talking about.

>> I highly recommend an alternate newsserver. There are plenty of free
>> ones depending on your needs. Some carry binaries but don't allow
>> posting. Some are text only, no binaries, with posting. If I were
>> going to recommend an alternate newsserver to someone, it wouldn't be
>> tera for text or binaries, for downloading or posting/uploading.

>
> I've used others. Never found one that didn't have drawbacks of some
> kind.


The business about finding and registering for free newsservers while
they are open for registration is an ongoing process. RFN's servers are
excellent for text, but are currently signup closed. There's motzarella
and datemas. I would rather pay $5 or so to usenet news for a backup
than $4 to tera.


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Evan Platt
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      09-26-2007
On Wed, 26 Sep 2007 16:02:59 +0100, Alfred <(E-Mail Removed)>
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>>$3.95 'one-time' is not free.

>
>No.
>It's a registration fee
>The service then costs you nothing.


No, $3.95 isn't free.

I don't know, maybe my dictionary is wrong:

Provided without, or not subject to, a charge or payment: free
parking; a free sample.

Given without consideration of a return or reward: a free offer of
legal advice.
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Alfred
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      09-26-2007
On Wed, 26 Sep 2007 08:59:29 -0700, "Mike Easter" <(E-Mail Removed)>
wrote:

>Alfred wrote:
>> "Mike Easter"
>>> Alfred wrote:
>>>> "Mike Easter"
>>>
>>>>> And, what is worse is that 'free' teranews is not free but
>>>>> commercial
>>>>
>>>> Their 'free' service is free. They make a one off registration
>>>> charge and after that there is no more to pay. The have a full paid
>>>> for service which I understand is quite good.
>>>
>>> $3.95 'one-time' is not free.

>>
>> No.
>> It's a registration fee
>> The service then costs you nothing.

>
>Semantics. $4 for ever is $4 for ever.
>
>>> A text newser can buy 10 non-expiring
>>> gigs of news for $5, which would last them a lifetime (one time) and
>>> is a much much better deal.

>>
>> Where?

>
>Usenet-news for one http://usenet-news.net/index1.php?url=get
>10 GB $ 5.00
>
>That's 50cents per gig nonexpiring block, they have some larger deals
>down to 22cents per.


Not bad. Asuming they don't go out of business next month.

>
>>> The burden of the condition of the sig-busting trailer is that a text
>>> newser's posts are found to be objectionable, so fellow text newsers
>>> harangue the teranews poster until they quit using it.

>>
>> I have never had any problems when I've posted using tera.

>
>Do you want some links to demonstrate where teranews posters have gotten
>flak from other newsers for using that newsserver to bust their sig
>trimming function?


Nah.
I don't post to groups where wusses like that hang out.
Anyone too stupid to wipe a sig is probably incapable of using usenet
anyway

>
>>> The 'good news' about tera is that the $4 registration allows you up
>>> to 50 megs of binary dl/s per day and unlimited uploading including
>>> binaries. The bad news is the ad trailer and frequent server
>>> problems.
>>>

>> Only on the free one.

>
>That's what we are talking about.
>
>>> I highly recommend an alternate newsserver. There are plenty of free
>>> ones depending on your needs. Some carry binaries but don't allow
>>> posting. Some are text only, no binaries, with posting. If I were
>>> going to recommend an alternate newsserver to someone, it wouldn't be
>>> tera for text or binaries, for downloading or posting/uploading.

>>
>> I've used others. Never found one that didn't have drawbacks of some
>> kind.

>
>The business about finding and registering for free newsservers while
>they are open for registration is an ongoing process. RFN's servers are
>excellent for text, but are currently signup closed. There's motzarella
>and datemas. I would rather pay $5 or so to usenet news for a backup
>than $4 to tera.


I have it as a backup anyway on the windows PC.
I'll keep my CC in my pocket for now
 
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      09-26-2007
pcbutts1 wrote:
> Are dumba$$ idiots to stupid to know they are dumba$$ idiots? Look in the
> mirror dumba$$ I am talking about you.
> Why do you change your sig when posting to the MS groups stalker?. Are you
> ashamed and embarrassed to let them know that you are an obsessed stalker?
>
> Cross Posted for maximum visibility.
>


You forgot the vista group!

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