dross / code-exec.net wrote:

> jim / freeze.org wrote:
>
>> * Underbar Underbar <underbar_underbar / yahoo.com> [2004-10-31 
>> 14:41:47 +0900]:
>>
>>  
>>
>>> Anyway, to the ones who are the real aggitators(you
>>> know who you are), the ones who like provoking people
>>> to make them sound even worse, I can certainly make
>>> ruby-talk a living hell for you if you keep iit up. As
>>> I said the internet was secure, I can make ruby-talk a
>>> bloody mess if you don't want to comply.   
>>
>>
>> Hmm, is this a threat or extortion? Or maybe it more like
>> 'protection' for the neighborhood business.
>>
>> In any case, it sounds like it could lead to a jailable offense.
>> I hope you reconsider.
>>  
>>
>
> Bloody mess to them means they would see my every email. One click of 
> a script I created and automatically signs me up to one of several 
> free mail services(except the ones that use captchas. With a quick 
> viewing and type). And bada boom!
>
Newsgroups will work too. bada boom!

>>  
>>
>>> About my emails I usually send, they are always
>>> written without emotion. I don't care how you
>>>   
>>
>>
>> I assume this email is excluded..
>>
>>  
>>
>>> Sure, I agree with a certain person waiting to send
>>> email, however I also wouldn't like to be called wrong
>>> especially when I might be right. As said before,
>>> attitude has nothign to do with stone cold facts.
>>> Facts are facts, no matter the person bringing them
>>> out.
>>>   
>>
>>
>> You only had your assumption of the facts. You did not
>> know the exact URLs, the RBL's used, the time they were queried or 
>> the voting system in effect. So any conclusions must
>> have been based pieces of data you had and the rest filled
>> in with your assumptions. Now your experience may
>> give a lot of weight to your assessment, but there is so much
>> missing data that anyone could make a case for reasonable doubt.
>> I am surprised at your dogmatic statements that you were
>> 100% right on this point.
>> Surely a logical person like yourself can see the obvious fallacy
>> in stating anything as being absolute. "There are no absolutes
>> in science, abosolutely". :)
>>
>>
>>  
>>
> I had no assumptions, I viewed the emails and crossreferenced each 
> email to the topic listed in past emails. I had no assumptions, if I 
> did I wouldn't have sent the email. Also, I try my best to write 
> without emotion, I don't really get excited anymore, email are emails 
> are emails that contain information. No excitement here.
>
> David Ross
>
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