kenneth collins wrote:
> "Dirk Bruere at Neopax" <dirk at neopax.com> wrote in message news:3ee4otF2jmfmU5 at individual.net...> | kenneth collins wrote:
> | > To those who're sending me 'fake'
> | > msgs from "eBay"[tm]:
> | >
> | > I'm =NOT=, in any way, involved
> | > on EBay. I do not have an eBay
> | > account.
> | >
> | > So, please "go away".
> | >
> | > k. p. collins
> | Generalised spam.
> | Everyone who has an email address posted on Usenet gets them.
>> It seems, to me, not -- because,
> with respect to my Inet account,
> they only started after I 'joked'
> about 'selling' elements of the work
> I've done, on eBay[tm].
>> The 'internet' is a "cauldren" of
> Jackass-actions because folks
> 'presume', in-Error, that they
> can be "anonymous" in cyber
> space, which is not True be-
> cause computers are finite
> state machines, and only work
> to the degree that everything [all
> "addresses"; all "memory" contents,
> etc.] is [are] instantaneously-known.
>> It's 'frustrating' that, because there
> are folks who're deriving what
> they 'consider' to 'be' "worth"
> from the Illusion of 'anonymity',
> the Jackasses run-amok, un-
> checked, when all such can be
> shut-down, 'instantaneously'.
>> It's Frustrating, too, that a medium
> that could be imbued with Excellence,
> and Strength with respect to bringing
> Humanity together in understanding is,
> instead, a dung-heap of 'presumed-
>> ken [k. p. collins]
Maybe, but I get some 200 pieces of such crap every day.
One time, when eblast hit a load of people, my inbox was getting over 7000 per day.
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