From: Dustin Cook on 6 Apr 2010 13:19
~BD~ <BoaterDave(a)hotmail.co.uk> wrote in
> Dustin Cook wrote:
>> His point however stands. If pcbutts were actually an mvp; why would
>> he want your computer to no longer access the sites related?
> I cannot answer for him/her.
> However, *if* there actually was a 'Law of Averages' is would say,
> categorically, that *some* of those appointed as MVP's *must* be BAD
> Whilst I cannot prove same to you, Robear Dyer (PA Bear) has lied,
> many times, about me having been banned by one or more ISP's. I have
> never, ever, been banned by any ISP. As he has lied about that, he may
> well not be the Mr Nice Guy some folk think he is.
>> Before you keep calling us fuckwits, you need to do your homework.
>> Jenn doesn't think your a troll, but alot of us are pretty sure you
>> are. Your methods of investigation wouldn't be tolerated in any
>> military setting I know of... so I don't understand why you think
>> they would be here?
> I was once seconded to an audit team to carry out a routine check of
> the Chief Petty Officers Mess Fund at RNAS Culdrose, Helston,
> Cornwall. The supervising officer of that fund, a professional 'Suppy
> and Secretariat' officer was subjected to my 'outside the box'
> Long story short - he ended up in prison for embezzlement and was
> dismissed from the Royal Navy. I got a pat on the back!
> Every question I ask has a reason to it, not always obvious to the
> recipient. It soon becomes obvious to me who is honest and
> straight-forward and those who are less so!
"Hrrngh! Someday I'm going to hurl this...er...roll this...hrrngh.. nudge
this boulder right down a cliff." - Goblin Warrior
From: ~BD~ on 6 Apr 2010 14:22
Dustin Cook wrote:
> Fair enough...
Thanks for that, Dustin. :)
From: ~BD~ on 6 Apr 2010 14:30
Dustin Cook wrote:
> Yes.. and? That's not a crime. His website offered a tool which upon
> installation would disable malwarebytes software. A direct attack, if you
> will. At that point, his program clearly became malware and was treated
> as such.
I do not wish to argue about this.
Malwarebytes responded "in kind" IMO.
A user of *either* product/tool is highly unlikely to understand what is
going on 'behind the scenes' and is putty in the hands of whichever
facility they choose to employ.
"Bad Guys' *could* take advantage of such a situation to deposit malware
on someone's machine. The user might never become aware of that!
From: Heather on 6 Apr 2010 14:53
"Beauregard T. Shagnasty" <a.nony.mous(a)example.invalid> wrote in message
> Heather wrote:
>> "ASCII" wrote:
>>> Heather wrote:
>>>> now I will leave it to you to figure out what the 6th time zone is,
>>> Isn't there an 'Atlantic' zone for the far eastern provinces?
>> Yes.......but just for 3 of the Maritime Provinces. Newfoundland is
>> the 6th zone, being 30 minutes closer to GMT. Can't remember why
>> they went this route, but they didn't join up with Canada until 1949.
> It was a Newfie joke, wasn't it? <g>
The Newfies becoming Canadians?? Or their strange time zone, lol.
Lately, we should kept two women in particular out.....Clinton & Coulter.
Must be the Initial "C" that makes them so mouthy!! (G) No, mine does not
start with C. LOL.
From: Beauregard T. Shagnasty on 6 Apr 2010 15:12
> "Beauregard T. Shagnasty" wrote:
>> Heather wrote:
>>> "ASCII" wrote:
>>>> Heather wrote:
>>>>> now I will leave it to you to figure out what the 6th time zone is,
>>>> Isn't there an 'Atlantic' zone for the far eastern provinces?
>>> Yes.......but just for 3 of the Maritime Provinces. Newfoundland
>>> is the 6th zone, being 30 minutes closer to GMT. Can't remember
>>> why they went this route, but they didn't join up with Canada until
>> It was a Newfie joke, wasn't it? <g>
> The Newfies becoming Canadians?? Or their strange time zone, lol.
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