From: ~BD~ on 5 Apr 2010 17:35
David H. Lipman wrote:
> From: "~BD~"<BoaterDave(a)hotmail.co.uk>
> | Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:
>>> ~BD~ wrote:
>>> Asked and answered.
>>> Why don't you agree to meet your new chum PCButts for dinner this
> | That was a very juvenile response, Bts.
> | Which part of this did you fail to comprehend? :-
> | If you are quite certain of your facts then I believe you have a public
> | *duty* - maybe in conjunction with all those who are in agreement with
> | you - to bring about a prosecution of the offending individual.
> | I cannot believe that help in not available to you in Obama's USA.
> | "Put your money where your mouth is" comes to mind.
> | As they say in the navy "Make it so!"
> /* Provide the $50,000 USD ! */
Collect a dollar from ever MVP and you should have money to spare!
This *should* be a matter of principle for you and your cronies.
MAKE IT SO!
From: ~BD~ on 5 Apr 2010 17:49
> ~BD~ wrote:
>> JD wrote:
>> > You said: "In the past, I did try out all the tools." Hmmm. That's
>> > interesting.
>> > Which tools specifically did you try out?
>> All of them - I think (but could be mistaken. I was a long time ago)
>> > Can you go to this web page?: http://www.mvps.org/
>> I can - and have been, often!
> Bye Bye Boater Dave. I don't have the time to play your little game. The
> more you reply, the more you sound just like Butts.
> Obviously you're not paying attention to what everyone else thinks of
> Butts. And it's a HE. Stop referring to it as he/she.
> And if you'd run all the tools from Butts page, you wouldn't be able to
> go to the web page I posted because Butts installs a HOSTS file that
> blocks that web page along with many other legitimate web pages.
> Two lines from the HOSTS file installed by the Butt's Remove-It software:
> # [Thieves and trolls]
> 127.0.0.1 www.mvps.org
> 127.0.0.1 mvps.org
> No need to reply to me, I'm done with you! 8-)
You assume I am still using the same machine - fuckwit!
From: ~BD~ on 5 Apr 2010 17:51
Peter Foldes wrote:
> It is also unfortunate
Not "frustrating" then?
From: David H. Lipman on 5 Apr 2010 18:08
From: "~BD~" <BoaterDave(a)hotmail.co.uk>
| David H. Lipman wrote:
>> From: "FromTheRafters"<erratic(a)nomail.afraid.org>
>> | "~BD~"<BoaterDave(a)hotmail.co.uk> wrote in message
>> | news:v9adnYvt7piHOiTWnZ2dnUVZ7tudnZ2d(a)bt.com...
>>>> I do not believe he/she is involved in Cybercrime in any way. /Those/
>>>> are the 'bad guys' in which I am interested.
>> | Software piracy isn't cybercrime?
>> Bindo !!
>> IP theft of the Internet is indeed a "cybercrime".
| It is exactly what TRT accused Malwarebytes of doing - and they did!
Malwarebytes never committed ANY crime.
They blocked access to an IP and had signature detection for his plagiarized utility. Not
a crime in any sense of the word.
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp
From: FromTheRafters on 5 Apr 2010 18:19
"Peter Foldes" <okf22(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
> Since 1974 ? Hmmmm. I doubt it that you were programming at that time.
> Have you used punch cards at all in your time at all ? if that what
> you posted would be only be true.
I've been computering since 1972. Programming in BASIC, FORTRAN, ALGOL,
and COBOL. No IBM cards involved (did have paper tape though). I believe
Ant has been doing this longer than I. I may claim an earlier date, but
I believe he was "hands-on" where I was via teletype.