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Just testing ... Sorry!

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I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!
Jul 23 '05 #1
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wi**********@hotmail.com (ByrgB) wrote in news:a6e8b14d.0409231727.d47c8b4
@posting.google.com:
I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!


There are test groups for this kind of garbage.

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Jul 23 '05 #2

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On 24 Sep 2004 08:38:59 GMT, John Bokma <po********@castleamber.com>
wrote:
wi**********@hotmail.com (ByrgB) wrote in news:a6e8b14d.0409231727.d47c8b4
@posting.google.com:
I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!


There are test groups for this kind of garbage.

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A little more courtesy and proper language would be in order!
There are enough jerks in this world ...
Jul 23 '05 #3

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Byrg B. wrote:
On 24 Sep 2004 08:38:59 GMT, John Bokma <po********@castleamber.com>
wrote:

wi**********@hotmail.com (ByrgB) wrote in news:a6e8b14d.0409231727.d47c8b4
@posting.google.com:

I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!


There are test groups for this kind of garbage.


===============================================
A little more courtesy and proper language would be in order!
There are enough jerks in this world ...


Would you prefer we coddle you like a 6 year old that doesn't know any
better? I hope not, as its not going to happen.
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Jul 23 '05 #4

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On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 12:36:32 -0400, Randy Webb
<Hi************@aol.com> wrote:
Byrg B. wrote:
On 24 Sep 2004 08:38:59 GMT, John Bokma <po********@castleamber.com>
wrote:

wi**********@hotmail.com (ByrgB) wrote in news:a6e8b14d.0409231727.d47c8b4
@posting.google.com:
I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!

There are test groups for this kind of garbage.


===============================================
A little more courtesy and proper language would be in order!
There are enough jerks in this world ...


Would you prefer we coddle you like a 6 year old that doesn't know any
better? I hope not, as its not going to happen.

==================================================
No! Just ordinary courtesy will do ,,.

Jul 23 '05 #5

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JRS: In article <a6*************************@posting.google.com> , dated
Thu, 23 Sep 2004 18:27:18, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript, ByrgB
<wi**********@hotmail.com> posted :
I needed to test that my setup is OK.


Read FAQ, 2,3, para 5.

Moreover, there is no need to test.

If you have anything worth saying, write it briefly and post it, and see
if it appears. It is better for you to risk losing that effort than it
is to send that message to every Usenet server in the world, and to most
of those who read this newsgroup off-line, and to have copies of it
archived in perpetuity.

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Jul 23 '05 #6

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Byrg B. <ByrgB@@@millkern.com> wrote in
news:v3********************************@4ax.com:
On 24 Sep 2004 08:38:59 GMT, John Bokma <po********@castleamber.com>
wrote:
wi**********@hotmail.com (ByrgB) wrote in
news:a6e8b14d.0409231727.d47c8b4 @posting.google.com:
I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!


There are test groups for this kind of garbage.

===============================================
A little more courtesy and proper language would be in order!
There are enough jerks in this world ...


Yup, and those jerks post test messages. RTFM.

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Jul 23 '05 #7

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Byrg B. wrote:
[...] John Bokma <po********@castleamber.com> [...] wrote:
[...] ByrgB [...] wrote [...]:
I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!
There are test groups for this kind of garbage.

===============================================
A little more courtesy and proper language would be in order!


Yes, why don't you?
There are enough jerks in this world ...


Such as you. FOAD.
PointedEars
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Jul 23 '05 #8

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JRS: In article <24****************@PointedEars.de>, dated Sun, 10 Oct
2004 14:43:11, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript, Thomas 'PointedEars'
Lahn <Po*********@web.de> posted :
Byrg B. wrote:
[...] John Bokma <po********@castleamber.com> [...] wrote:
[...] ByrgB [...] wrote [...]:
I needed to test that my setup is OK.
Sorry!

There are test groups for this kind of garbage.

===============================================
A little more courtesy and proper language would be in order!


Yes, why don't you?
There are enough jerks in this world ...


Such as you. FOAD.


Those who, on 10 Oct, respond (pointlessly) to an article dated 24 Sep
in a thread that otherwise was active only for a single nominal date,
and do so without having the good manners to indicate the situation in a
properly informative Usefor WIP-compliant attribution thoroughly deserve
the worst of their own epithets.

Regular readers of this group, Thomas Lahn apart, are well aware that
* No applicable standard restricts attributions to Lahnic preference;
* Usefor WIP calls for minimum attribution filler than Lahnic, and
considers a complete attribution, as above, fully acceptable.

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