My 'disruptiveness'

ken kpaulc at [remove]earthlink.net
Thu Mar 18 06:10:30 EST 2004


"Christian Wilms" <usenet at out-of-phase.de> wrote in message
news:1gaudsd.14idio3141o0t2N%usenet at out-of-phase.de...
> David Longley <David at longley.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>
> > Let me put a hypothetical to you Ken.
> >
> > What if some ISPs charge their clients for the number of newsgroup
> > messages they download? over 30 inane posts one after another.
> >
> > Are you aware of what your thoughtlessness could cost them?
>
> Even worse: he changed his reply address and "realname" before posting
> those 30+ contentless messages, hence avoiding as many filters as
> possible.
>
> C.

I did not.

It's a routine thing that folks do to
'prevent' virus-attacks.

When my eMail 'broke', and I had
to rebuild my NG account every
'time' I logged-on, I didn't bother.

I don't know before that - new machine,
new ISP, and I don't recall.

Turn off "Threads". Sort by "Date" then
sort by "Name", and find my earliest post
that's still on the board, if it Matters to
you.

You can also find, exactly, when I altered
my posted eMail address.

And "ken" is my Name.

k. p. collins





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