WHO IS THIS IDIOT???????



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Dt

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, Once upon a time in a land far away BillKirch was alleged to have said:

> a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG

If everyone ignores it, it will eventually get tired and go away. It gets off on upsetting people,
so when they respond to its posts it keeps posting. meantime you could set up a message filter to
ignore all its posts. I did.

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Goomba38

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BillKirch wrote:

> a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG

friend) somehow I missed your food related point? Obfood: wonderful lamb chops tonight for supper..
on sale 3.99/pound. Big thick loin chops. Lovely Goomba
 
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Jimlane

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BillKirch wrote:

> a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG

Some mental midget who doesn't have a life, so he gets his jollies by masturbating with a keyboard.

jim
 
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Katra

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In article <[email protected]>, DT <[email protected]>
wrote:

> , Once upon a time in a land far away BillKirch was alleged to have said:

> > get a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG
>
> If everyone ignores it, it will eventually get tired and go away. It gets off on upsetting people,
> so when they respond to its posts it keeps posting. meantime you could set up a message filter to
> ignore all its posts. I did.

I'm glad to say that I've not seen one single post from the idiot since night before last. ;-)

Damn MT is nice! I could never get netscape filters to work this easily..... Only took me about 5
minutes to set them up to eliminate ALL of those posts!!!

K.

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Steve Calvin

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Katra wrote:
> In article <[email protected]>, DT <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>
>>, Once upon a time in a land far away BillKirch was alleged to have said:
>>

>>>get a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG
>>
>>If everyone ignores it, it will eventually get tired and go away. It gets off on upsetting people,
>>so when they respond to its posts it keeps posting. meantime you could set up a message filter to
>>ignore all its posts. I did.
>
>
> I'm glad to say that I've not seen one single post from the idiot since night before last. ;-)
>
> Damn MT is nice! I could never get netscape filters to work this easily..... Only took me about 5
> minutes to set them up to eliminate ALL of those posts!!!
>
> K.
>
Not sure what your issures are with netscape filters. Took me all of about 30 seconds to nuke
that idiot.
 
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Katra

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In article <[email protected]>,
Steve Calvin <[email protected]> wrote:

> Katra wrote:
> > In article <[email protected]>, DT <[email protected]> wrote:
> >
> >
> >>, Once upon a time in a land far away BillKirch was alleged to have said:
> >>

> >>>get a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG
> >>
> >>If everyone ignores it, it will eventually get tired and go away. It gets off on upsetting
> >>people, so when they respond to its posts it keeps posting. meantime you could set up a message
> >>filter to ignore all its posts. I did.
> >
> >
> > I'm glad to say that I've not seen one single post from the idiot since night before last. ;-)
> >
> > Damn MT is nice! I could never get netscape filters to work this easily..... Only took me about
> > 5 minutes to set them up to eliminate ALL of those posts!!!
> >
> > K.
> >
> Not sure what your issures are with netscape filters. Took me all of about 30 seconds to nuke
> that idiot.
>

I guess I did not know what I was doing. ;-) I just could not figure out how to get them to work...
And I ain't skeered of computer programs.

I've since dumped Netscape totally, (and it was my love of 5 years too!) because it tended to nuke
my computer! :p

Now I use a combination. I-mail for mail, MT for news and IE for web browsing. My computer works
better now. No stalls or crashes since I stareted using those.... and OS-X! :)

Wish I'd done it months ago. I probably could have avoided the great Christmase Eve hard drive
crash. <sigh>

K.

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LucretiaBorgia

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On Wed, 04 Feb 2004 08:51:33 -0600, Katra
<[email protected]> wrote:

>In article <[email protected]>, Steve Calvin
><[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> Katra wrote:
>> > In article <[email protected]>, DT <[email protected]> wrote:
>> >
>> >
>> >>, Once upon a time in a land far away BillKirch was alleged to have said:
>> >>

>> >>>get a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG
>> >>
>> >>If everyone ignores it, it will eventually get tired and go away. It gets off on upsetting
>> >>people, so when they respond to its posts it keeps posting. meantime you could set up a message
>> >>filter to ignore all its posts. I did.
>> >
>> >
>> > I'm glad to say that I've not seen one single post from the idiot since night before last. ;-)
>> >
>> > Damn MT is nice! I could never get netscape filters to work this easily..... Only took me about
>> > 5 minutes to set them up to eliminate ALL of those posts!!!
>> >
>> > K.
>> >
>> Not sure what your issures are with netscape filters. Took me all of about 30 seconds to nuke
>> that idiot.
>>
>
>I guess I did not know what I was doing. ;-) I just could not figure out how to get them to work...
>And I ain't skeered of computer programs.
>
>I've since dumped Netscape totally, (and it was my love of 5 years too!) because it tended to nuke
>my computer! :p
>
>Now I use a combination. I-mail for mail, MT for news and IE for web browsing. My computer works
>better now. No stalls or crashes since I stareted using those.... and OS-X! :)
>
>Wish I'd done it months ago. I probably could have avoided the great Christmase Eve hard drive
>crash. <sigh>
>
>K.

I dumped Netscape too last year and had used it from year dot. Finally, finally I had to admit
it was affecting other things on the computer as well. After Ahell bought it, it was a quick
slide downhill.

I now use Agent for newsgroups and Opera for a browser, only using IE where a site will not allow
anything else but a MS product.

Sheena
 
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Katra

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
[email protected] wrote:

> On Wed, 04 Feb 2004 08:51:33 -0600, Katra <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >In article <[email protected]>, Steve Calvin
> ><[email protected]> wrote:
> >
> >> Katra wrote:
> >> > In article <[email protected]>, DT <[email protected]> wrote:
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >>, Once upon a time in a land far away BillKirch was alleged to have said:
> >> >>

> >> >>>work. get a life Man. let us get back to discussing food. BG
> >> >>
> >> >>If everyone ignores it, it will eventually get tired and go away. It gets off on upsetting
> >> >>people, so when they respond to its posts it keeps posting. meantime you could set up a
> >> >>message filter to ignore all its posts. I did.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > I'm glad to say that I've not seen one single post from the idiot since night before last.
> >> > ;-)
> >> >
> >> > Damn MT is nice! I could never get netscape filters to work this easily..... Only took me
> >> > about 5 minutes to set them up to eliminate ALL of those posts!!!
> >> >
> >> > K.
> >> >
> >> Not sure what your issures are with netscape filters. Took me all of about 30 seconds to nuke
> >> that idiot.
> >>
> >
> >I guess I did not know what I was doing. ;-) I just could not figure out how to get them to
> >work... And I ain't skeered of computer programs.
> >
> >I've since dumped Netscape totally, (and it was my love of 5 years too!) because it tended to
> >nuke my computer! :p
> >
> >Now I use a combination. I-mail for mail, MT for news and IE for web browsing. My computer works
> >better now. No stalls or crashes since I stareted using those.... and OS-X! :)
> >
> >Wish I'd done it months ago. I probably could have avoided the great Christmase Eve hard drive
> >crash. <sigh>
> >
> >K.
>
> I dumped Netscape too last year and had used it from year dot. Finally, finally I had to admit it
> was affecting other things on the computer as well. After Ahell bought it, it was a quick slide
> downhill.
>
> I now use Agent for newsgroups and Opera for a browser, only using IE where a site will not allow
> anything else but a MS product.
>
> Sheena

LOL! I see you found the same thing I did... I tried Mozilla for web browsing but when I went to
relist auctions, (a matter of imcome to me!), I found that my auction service, Auctionmate.com, did
not work on the final relisting page with Mozilla, so I'm forced to use IE. <sigh> eBay works better
with IE as well.

When rape is inevitable......

Netscape is a RAM memory hog. Big time. Everything involving the internet works SO much smoother now
that I've dumped it! Funny how we fight things that are too our benefit. ;-) Netscape was, well,
damaging. Both my sister and I are convinced it was directly responsible for eating my hard drive.
The actual HD was fine, I just lost the data and had to reformat.

Damn I lost a lot.... :-( My fault for not backing up as often as I should have tho'.

K.

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Default User

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Katra wrote:

> Damn MT is nice! I could never get netscape filters to work this easily..... Only took me about 5
> minutes to set them up to eliminate ALL of those posts!!!

Oh, I didn't really have any trouble with that one. Edit->Message Filters->New and set Subject
Contains to melon.

Brian Rodenborn
 
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Default User

Guest
Default User wrote:
>
> Katra wrote:
>
> > Damn MT is nice! I could never get netscape filters to work this easily..... Only took me about
> > 5 minutes to set them up to eliminate ALL of those posts!!!
>
> Oh, I didn't really have any trouble with that one. Edit->Message Filters->New and set Subject
> Contains to melon.

Err, that would be Sender, not Subject. Blech.

Brian Rodenborn
 
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Mike Beede

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In article <[email protected]>, <[email protected]lorence.it> wrote:

> I now use Agent for newsgroups and Opera for a browser, only using IE where a site will not allow
> anything else but a MS product.

You might look at Mozilla, if you liked Netscape. It's kind of like "Netscape that works."

Mike Beede
 
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Katra

Guest
In article <140220041443040594%[email protected]>,
Mike Beede <[email protected]> wrote:

> In article <[email protected]>, <[email protected]t> wrote:
>
> > I now use Agent for newsgroups and Opera for a browser, only using IE where a site will not
> > allow anything else but a MS product.
>
> You might look at Mozilla, if you liked Netscape. It's kind of like "Netscape that works."
>
> Mike Beede

I finally gave in to the inevitable since IE works best for most websites, even tho' I have Mozilla
installed.

For Newsgroups, I've had fantastic luck with MT newswatcher.

I use I-mail for mail.

The beauty of Netscape is it works for all three functions... when it does not eat my machine
anyway. :-( I finally had to give it up.

K.

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Lucretia Borgia

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On Sat, 14 Feb 2004 14:43:04 -0600, Mike Beede <[email protected]> wrote:

>In article <[email protected]>, <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> I now use Agent for newsgroups and Opera for a browser, only using IE where a site will not allow
>> anything else but a MS product.
>
>You might look at Mozilla, if you liked Netscape. It's kind of like "Netscape that works."
>
> Mike Beede

I am really satisfied with Opera in place of Netscape - Netscape is now a long ago memory :) I loved
it until AHell bought it and then it was downhill fast.

Sheena