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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Robert Nielsen, May 21, 2010.

  1. XS11E

    XS11E Flightless Bird

    "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:

    > Testing.


    Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in their
    name.



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    XS11E, Killing all posts from Google Groups
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  2. John

    John Flightless Bird

    Robert Nielsen wrote:
    > Testing.


    Failed
     
  3. John

    John Flightless Bird

    XS11E wrote:
    > "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >
    >> Testing.

    >
    > Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in their
    > name.


    Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a test ng,
    guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?
     
  4. ray

    ray Flightless Bird

    On Sat, 22 May 2010 15:35:16 +0100, John wrote:

    > XS11E wrote:
    >> "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Testing.

    >>
    >> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in their
    >> name.

    >
    > Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a test ng,
    > guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?


    Never could figure out why a 'test' post anyway. Presumably they want to
    find out if they can post to a group so they can ask a question or post a
    comment - so why not just do that - and see if it flies?
     
  5. XS11E

    XS11E Flightless Bird

    "John" <none@inuse.com> wrote:

    > XS11E wrote:
    >> "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Testing.

    >>
    >> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >> their name.

    >
    > Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a
    > test ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?


    How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup on
    the server.

    Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if you
    have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the above
    don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working, if not
    fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.

    Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    they saw his/her/it's post.


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    http://twovoyagers.com/improve-usenet.org/
     
  6. Alias

    Alias Flightless Bird

    XS11E wrote:
    > "John"<none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >
    >> XS11E wrote:
    >>> "Robert Nielsen"<robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Testing.
    >>>
    >>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >>> their name.

    >>
    >> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a
    >> test ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?

    >
    > How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup on
    > the server.
    >
    > Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    > have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if you
    > have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the above
    > don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working, if not
    > fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >
    > Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    > we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    > they saw his/her/it's post.
    >
    >


    You really like to tell people what they should or shouldn't do, don't
    you? How long have you had this control freak problem? Were your parents
    authoritative? Have you ever heard of free speech? In short, who the
    FUCK do you think you are telling people what to post and what not to post?

    --
    Alias
     
  7. Dave \Crash\ Dummy

    Dave \Crash\ Dummy Flightless Bird

    XS11E wrote:
    > "John" <none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >
    >> XS11E wrote:
    >>> "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Testing.
    >>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >>> their name.

    >> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a test
    >> ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?

    >
    > How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup
    > on the server.
    >
    > Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    > have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if
    > you have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the
    > above don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working,
    > if not fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >
    > Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    > we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    > they saw his/her/it's post.


    I am, of course, only compounding the problem, but at last count there
    were six distracting posts in this thread telling the OP that he is
    distracting the group. It is sort of like feeding a troll.
    --
    Crash

    "The real question is not whether machines think but whether men do."
    ~ B. F. Skinner ~
     
  8. Death

    Death Flightless Bird

    Alias wrote:

    > XS11E wrote:
    >> "John"<none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> XS11E wrote:
    >>>> "Robert Nielsen"<robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> Testing.
    >>>>
    >>>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >>>> their name.
    >>>
    >>> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a
    >>> test ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?

    >>
    >> How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup on
    >> the server.
    >>
    >> Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    >> have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if you
    >> have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the above
    >> don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working, if not
    >> fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >>
    >> Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    >> we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    >> they saw his/her/it's post.
    >>
    >>

    >
    > You really like to tell people what they should or shouldn't do, don't
    > you? How long have you had this control freak problem? Were your parents
    > authoritative? Have you ever heard of free speech? In short, who the
    > FUCK do you think you are telling people what to post and what not to post?
    >


    You tell 'em, Alias.
    I think a lot of people maybe test their sig, or maybe custom
    headers...tho the OP is using neither.
    Also, 84% of American adults can spell the word "test", so it's a good
    first post.

    --
    Vita brevis breviter in brevi finietur,
    Mors venit velociter quae neminem veretur.
     
  9. Allen

    Allen Flightless Bird

    XS11E wrote:
    > "John" <none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >
    >> XS11E wrote:
    >>> "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Testing.
    >>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >>> their name.

    >> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a
    >> test ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?

    >
    > How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup on
    > the server.
    >
    > Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    > have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if you
    > have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the above
    > don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working, if not
    > fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >
    > Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    > we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    > they saw his/her/it's post.
    >
    >

    So you reply, using _16_ lines, to a one line post. Who's the offender?
     
  10. relic

    relic Flightless Bird

    "Dave "Crash" Dummy" <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
    news:%SSJn.23481$Ak3.22883@newsfe16.iad...
    > XS11E wrote:
    >> "John" <none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> XS11E wrote:
    >>>> "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> Testing.
    >>>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in their
    >>>> name.
    >>> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a test
    >>> ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?

    >>
    >> How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup
    >> on the server.
    >>
    >> Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    >> have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if
    >> you have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the
    >> above don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working,
    >> if not fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >>
    >> Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    >> we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    >> they saw his/her/it's post.

    >
    > I am, of course, only compounding the problem, but at last count there
    > were six distracting posts in this thread telling the OP that he is
    > distracting the group. It is sort of like feeding a troll.


    Test.
     
  11. The Seabat

    The Seabat Flightless Bird

    On Fri, 21 May 2010 17:36:34 -0500, "Robert Nielsen"
    <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:

    >>Testing.


    I don't agree with Micro$oft, but this whole thread demonstrates
    exactly why they are going to a web based forum! Thanks assholes!
    --
    The seabat
    Filtering GoogleGroups & Goobers with extreme prejudice!
    Usenet Improvement Project: R.I.P. Lee aka Blinky the Shark
     
  12. Lee Waun

    Lee Waun Flightless Bird

    "relic" <relic211@cjb.net> wrote in message
    news:3p5p9a.490.17.1@news.alt.net...
    >
    > "Dave "Crash" Dummy" <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
    > news:%SSJn.23481$Ak3.22883@newsfe16.iad...
    >> XS11E wrote:
    >>> "John" <none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> XS11E wrote:
    >>>>> "Robert Nielsen" <robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>>>111
    >>>>>> Testing.
    >>>>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in their
    >>>>> name.
    >>>> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a test
    >>>> ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?
    >>>
    >>> How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup
    >>> on the server.
    >>>
    >>> Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    >>> have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if
    >>> you have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the
    >>> above don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working,
    >>> if not fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >>>
    >>> Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    >>> we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    >>> they saw his/her/it's post.

    >>
    >> I am, of course, only compounding the problem, but at last count there
    >> were six distracting posts in this thread telling the OP that he is
    >> distracting the group. It is sort of like feeding a troll.

    >
    > Test.

    Fail
     
  13. XS11E

    XS11E Flightless Bird

  14. relic

    relic Flightless Bird

    "XS11E" <xs11eNO@SPAMyahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns9D80A1073EC82xs11eyahoocom@127.0.0.1...
    > "relic" <relic211@cjb.net> wrote:
    >
    >
    >> Test.

    >
    > <PLONK> moron....


    SUCCESS!!!
     
  15. chrisv

    chrisv Flightless Bird

    "XS11E" <xs11eNO@SPAMyahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns9D80A1073EC82xs11eyahoocom@127.0.0.1...
    > "relic" <relic211@cjb.net> wrote:
    >
    >
    >> Test.

    >
    > <PLONK> moron....


    What a maroon... *plank*
     
  16. Jack

    Jack Flightless Bird

    "relic" <relic211@cjb.net> wrote in message
    news:3p6ges.92n.19.1@news.alt.net...
    >
    > "XS11E" <xs11eNO@SPAMyahoo.com> wrote in message
    > news:Xns9D80A1073EC82xs11eyahoocom@127.0.0.1...
    >> "relic" <relic211@cjb.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>> Test.

    >>
    >> <PLONK> moron....

    >
    > SUCCESS!!!


    IAWTP
     
  17. John B. Slocomb

    John B. Slocomb Flightless Bird

    On Sat, 22 May 2010 17:35:43 +0200, Alias
    <aka@maskedandanymous.org.invalido> wrote:

    >XS11E wrote:
    >> "John"<none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> XS11E wrote:
    >>>> "Robert Nielsen"<robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> Testing.
    >>>>
    >>>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >>>> their name.
    >>>
    >>> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a
    >>> test ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?

    >>
    >> How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup on
    >> the server.
    >>
    >> Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    >> have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if you
    >> have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the above
    >> don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working, if not
    >> fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >>
    >> Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    >> we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    >> they saw his/her/it's post.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >You really like to tell people what they should or shouldn't do, don't
    >you? How long have you had this control freak problem? Were your parents
    >authoritative? Have you ever heard of free speech? In short, who the
    >FUCK do you think you are telling people what to post and what not to post?



    Gee, I wonder why those stupid people that invented the news groups
    went to the bother of establishing "test" groups? Just a total waste
    of time, I suppose.

    Or is it that Alias can't figure out what those "test" groups are for?

    "In short, who the FUCK do you think you are telling people what to
    post and what not to post?" Now who is being authoritative?


    John B. Slocomb
    (johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
     
  18. Frank

    Frank Flightless Bird

    On 5/22/2010 8:35 AM, Alias wrote:
    > XS11E wrote:
    >> "John"<none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> XS11E wrote:
    >>>> "Robert Nielsen"<robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> Testing.
    >>>>
    >>>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >>>> their name.
    >>>
    >>> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a
    >>> test ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?

    >>
    >> How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup on
    >> the server.
    >>
    >> Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    >> have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if you
    >> have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the above
    >> don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working, if not
    >> fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >>
    >> Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    >> we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    >> they saw his/her/it's post.
    >>
    >>

    >
    > You really like to tell people what they should or shouldn't do, don't
    > you? How long have you had this control freak problem? Were your parents
    > authoritative? Have you ever heard of free speech? In short, who the
    > FUCK do you think you are telling people what to post and what not to post?
    >


    How much longer do you think you can keep bending over in here and
    taking it up your stupid, arrogant ass, huh?
    You must really like it!
     
  19. Alias

    Alias Flightless Bird

    John B. Slocomb wrote:
    > On Sat, 22 May 2010 17:35:43 +0200, Alias
    > <aka@maskedandanymous.org.invalido> wrote:
    >
    >> XS11E wrote:
    >>> "John"<none@inuse.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> XS11E wrote:
    >>>>> "Robert Nielsen"<robertwnielsen@live.com> wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> Testing.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Not here, please. Test posts go ONLY in groups with 'test' in
    >>>>> their name.
    >>>>
    >>>> Never understood that one. How would a test message, sent to a
    >>>> test ng, guarantee a post could be made to _this_ group?
    >>>
    >>> How could it not? If it gets to the server it'll get to a newsgroup on
    >>> the server.
    >>>
    >>> Additionally, there's NEVER any reason to post a test message, if you
    >>> have something to say, say it, if you have a question, ask it, if you
    >>> have an answer to someone's question, post it and if none of the above
    >>> don't post. If your post shows up on the server, it's working, if not
    >>> fix the problem(s) and post it again. Simple.
    >>>
    >>> Test messages in non-test groups are a MAJOR violation of netiquette,
    >>> we'll probably never know how many kill filed "Robert Nielsen" when
    >>> they saw his/her/it's post.
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >> You really like to tell people what they should or shouldn't do, don't
    >> you? How long have you had this control freak problem? Were your parents
    >> authoritative? Have you ever heard of free speech? In short, who the
    >> FUCK do you think you are telling people what to post and what not to post?

    >
    >
    > Gee, I wonder why those stupid people that invented the news groups
    > went to the bother of establishing "test" groups? Just a total waste
    > of time, I suppose.
    >
    > Or is it that Alias can't figure out what those "test" groups are for?
    >
    > "In short, who the FUCK do you think you are telling people what to
    > post and what not to post?" Now who is being authoritative?
    >
    >
    > John B. Slocomb
    > (johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)


    You and a pedantic twit as well.

    --
    Alias
     

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