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Old 05-03-2005, 04:01 PM
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Questions wrote:

On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800,
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http://www.take.wholefoodfarmacy.com


So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?

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Dan
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Old 05-03-2005, 06:56 PM
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In ,
Questions typed:

On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 12:41:06 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:

Questions wrote:

On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800, xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:



http://www.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?


Actually Dan, I was attempting to let others in the group know
that
the posting just above mine was SPAM, and didn't need to be
opened.
This is so obvious, I wonder why you would bother to ask. Are
you
baiting me or just being funny?



I don't know what Dan had in mind, but let me point out that when
you answer a spam message and repost the URL that the spammer
posted, you are reposting and spreading the spam for him.

If you must do this, at least obliterate the company name, URL,
etc.

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Please reply to the newsgroup


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Old 05-03-2005, 07:08 PM
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Questions wrote:
On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 11:56:00 -0700, "Ken Blake"
wrote:


In ,
Questions typed:


On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 12:41:06 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:


Questions wrote:


On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800, xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:



http://www.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?

Actually Dan, I was attempting to let others in the group know
that
the posting just above mine was SPAM, and didn't need to be
opened.
This is so obvious, I wonder why you would bother to ask. Are
you
baiting me or just being funny?



I don't know what Dan had in mind, but let me point out that when
you answer a spam message and repost the URL that the spammer
posted, you are reposting and spreading the spam for him.

If you must do this, at least obliterate the company name, URL,
etc.



So, his answer to me was also "reposting and spreading the spam", as
it also contained the URL that was posted by the spammer?

Get real guys. I've been using the Internet since the days of UNIX
only. I know what I'm doing. In this case, I was warning of a spam
message and it makes no difference if the damn url was in it or not.
Stop with the nit-picking. I'm sure you are way too old for it.


Big deal.. I've been using the Internet before UNIX, when it was called
the ARPANET, and it was on PDP-10's and 11's (Tops-20). My point was that
you continued the spam, and didn't add any warning except in the Subject.

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Dan
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Old 05-03-2005, 08:53 PM
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http://www.take.wholefoodfarmacy.com



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Old 05-03-2005, 09:02 PM
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On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 12:41:06 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:

Questions wrote:

On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800,
(Wholefood Farmacy) wrote:



http://www.take.wholefoodfarmacy.com


So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?


Actually Dan, I was attempting to let others in the group know that
the posting just above mine was SPAM, and didn't need to be opened.
This is so obvious, I wonder why you would bother to ask. Are you
baiting me or just being funny?

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Questions wrote:
On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 14:08:38 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:


Questions wrote:

On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 11:56:00 -0700, "Ken Blake"
wrote:



In ,
Questions typed:



On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 12:41:06 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:



Questions wrote:



On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800, xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:




http://www.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?

Actually Dan, I was attempting to let others in the group know
that
the posting just above mine was SPAM, and didn't need to be
opened.
This is so obvious, I wonder why you would bother to ask. Are
you
baiting me or just being funny?


I don't know what Dan had in mind, but let me point out that when
you answer a spam message and repost the URL that the spammer
posted, you are reposting and spreading the spam for him.

If you must do this, at least obliterate the company name, URL,
etc.


So, his answer to me was also "reposting and spreading the spam", as
it also contained the URL that was posted by the spammer?

Get real guys. I've been using the Internet since the days of UNIX
only. I know what I'm doing. In this case, I was warning of a spam
message and it makes no difference if the damn url was in it or not.
Stop with the nit-picking. I'm sure you are way too old for it.


Big deal.. I've been using the Internet before UNIX, when it was called
the ARPANET, and it was on PDP-10's and 11's (Tops-20). My point was that
you continued the spam, and didn't add any warning except in the Subject.



As you did. Your point is invalid. You also have a real attitude.
Stick to Sushi wiseguy.


I asked why you were posting spam.. cuz to me, it looks like your
sending it along. you think I have an attitude? Heh, haven't been
around some of the less friendly newsgroups then. Don't expect people
to be so helpful if you can't take some constructive criticism.

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Dan
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Old 05-03-2005, 10:15 PM
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Questions wrote:

On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 16:11:14 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:


I asked why you were posting spam.. cuz to me, it looks like your
sending it along. you think I have an attitude? Heh, haven't been
around some of the less friendly newsgroups then. Don't expect people
to be so helpful if you can't take some constructive criticism.



This group has been a very polite and helpful group. Your criticism
was not constructive, it was nothing but you venting.

Let's just skip this entire problem and as I said, stick to sushi.

I'll not mention anything to do with spam again on your group.

I'm here to talk about sushi, not debate net etiquette.

No harm was intended.


you obviously perceive my question as an attack, which it was not.

This isn't my newsgroup, it belongs to everyone interested in sushi.

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Dan
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Old 05-03-2005, 10:18 PM
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On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 11:56:00 -0700, "Ken Blake"
wrote:

In ,
Questions typed:

On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 12:41:06 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:

Questions wrote:

On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800, xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:



http://www.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?


Actually Dan, I was attempting to let others in the group know
that
the posting just above mine was SPAM, and didn't need to be
opened.
This is so obvious, I wonder why you would bother to ask. Are
you
baiting me or just being funny?



I don't know what Dan had in mind, but let me point out that when
you answer a spam message and repost the URL that the spammer
posted, you are reposting and spreading the spam for him.

If you must do this, at least obliterate the company name, URL,
etc.


So, his answer to me was also "reposting and spreading the spam", as
it also contained the URL that was posted by the spammer?

Get real guys. I've been using the Internet since the days of UNIX
only. I know what I'm doing. In this case, I was warning of a spam
message and it makes no difference if the damn url was in it or not.
Stop with the nit-picking. I'm sure you are way too old for it.
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On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 11:56:00 -0700, "Ken Blake"
wrote:

In ,
Questions typed:

On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 12:41:06 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:

Questions wrote:

On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800, xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:



http://www.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?


Actually Dan, I was attempting to let others in the group know
that
the posting just above mine was SPAM, and didn't need to be
opened.
This is so obvious, I wonder why you would bother to ask. Are
you
baiting me or just being funny?



I don't know what Dan had in mind, but let me point out that when
you answer a spam message and repost the URL that the spammer
posted, you are reposting and spreading the spam for him.

If you must do this, at least obliterate the company name, URL,
etc.


So, his answer to me was also "reposting and spreading the spam", as
it also contained the URL that was posted by the spammer?

Get real guys. I've been using the Internet since the days of UNIX
only. I know what I'm doing. In this case, I was warning of a spam
message and it makes no difference if the damn url was in it or not.
Stop with the nit-picking. I'm sure you are way too old for it.


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Old 06-03-2005, 12:22 AM
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On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 14:08:38 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:

Questions wrote:
On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 11:56:00 -0700, "Ken Blake"
wrote:


In ,
Questions typed:


On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 12:41:06 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:


Questions wrote:


On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 08:01:46 -0800, xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:



http://www.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

So why are you posting non-sushi related spam?

Actually Dan, I was attempting to let others in the group know
that
the posting just above mine was SPAM, and didn't need to be
opened.
This is so obvious, I wonder why you would bother to ask. Are
you
baiting me or just being funny?


I don't know what Dan had in mind, but let me point out that when
you answer a spam message and repost the URL that the spammer
posted, you are reposting and spreading the spam for him.

If you must do this, at least obliterate the company name, URL,
etc.



So, his answer to me was also "reposting and spreading the spam", as
it also contained the URL that was posted by the spammer?

Get real guys. I've been using the Internet since the days of UNIX
only. I know what I'm doing. In this case, I was warning of a spam
message and it makes no difference if the damn url was in it or not.
Stop with the nit-picking. I'm sure you are way too old for it.


Big deal.. I've been using the Internet before UNIX, when it was called
the ARPANET, and it was on PDP-10's and 11's (Tops-20). My point was that
you continued the spam, and didn't add any warning except in the Subject.


As you did. Your point is invalid. You also have a real attitude.
Stick to Sushi wiseguy.


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On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 16:11:14 -0500, Dan Logcher
wrote:

I asked why you were posting spam.. cuz to me, it looks like your
sending it along. you think I have an attitude? Heh, haven't been
around some of the less friendly newsgroups then. Don't expect people
to be so helpful if you can't take some constructive criticism.


This group has been a very polite and helpful group. Your criticism
was not constructive, it was nothing but you venting.

Let's just skip this entire problem and as I said, stick to sushi.

I'll not mention anything to do with spam again on your group.

I'm here to talk about sushi, not debate net etiquette.

No harm was intended.
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On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 21:41:28 -0500, shawn
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Questions,

Just so you know I had questions about why you posted this again, as I
see other did. I didn't notice that you changed the topic so I saw was
the repost of the previous message. I suspect most of the other people
didn't notice the new title as well. No harm, but at least you can see
why some people wondered why you were reposting the URL.


This group has been a very polite and helpful group. Your criticism
was not constructive, it was nothing but you venting.

Let's just skip this entire problem and as I said, stick to sushi.

I'll not mention anything to do with spam again on your group.

I'm here to talk about sushi, not debate net etiquette.

No harm was intended.
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On Sun, 06 Mar 2005 16:03:28 -0500, shawn
wrote:

Questions wrote:

On Sat, 05 Mar 2005 21:41:28 -0500, shawn
wrote:

Questions,

Just so you know I had questions about why you posted this again, as I
see other did. I didn't notice that you changed the topic so I saw was
the repost of the previous message. I suspect most of the other people
didn't notice the new title as well. No harm, but at least you can see
why some people wondered why you were reposting the URL.


This group has been a very polite and helpful group. Your criticism
was not constructive, it was nothing but you venting.


The above is the only comment I've made on this subject. I think you
have me confused with someone else. If you see the above comments as
venting then so be it, but I'll respectfully disagree with your
opinion.


Shawn, I'll make myself very clear. First, you say that you didn't
notice the 14 CAPITALIZED letters at the FRONT of the subject line of
my posting. You say that you "suspect" what other people might have
noticed or not and then you again speak for "some people" in regards
to the spam URL being within my warning post. You are not the
spokesman for anyone. You speak for yourself. There was nothing to
gain from your post other than to say your piece, i.e. venting. What I
did is very common on Usenet. If you haven't seen it before, then you
haven't seen much of Usenet. Your post was not respectful, it was just
you venting an opinion that was unnecessary.

Please just leave this subject alone. It's finished. It was finished
prior to your post concerning it.


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