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About the longest thread ever posted in a newsgroup

Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The name
of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.

Nick
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Nick Mudge wrote:
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The name
of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.


Err... Guess you should read some threads on c.object to have a better
clue...

But still the 'Any girls' could become one of the longest "absolutely
and definitivly OT" thread here !-)
Jul 17 '05 #2
"Nick Mudge" <ma******@hotma il.com> wrote in message
news:9cQBc.9224 1$Sw.1637@attbi _s51...
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The name of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.


*plonk*
Jul 17 '05 #3
"Bruno Desthuilliers" <bd************ *****@free.quel quepart.fr> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag news:40******** *************** @news.free.fr.. .
Nick Mudge wrote:
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The name of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.


Err... Guess you should read some threads on c.object to have a better
clue...

But still the 'Any girls' could become one of the longest "absolutely
and definitivly OT" thread here !-)


And there is everything inside that it needs: Romance, sex, crime, football.
(Okay we should put some more alcohol into it.)

--
Markus
Jul 17 '05 #4
In message <40************ ***********@new s.free.fr>, Bruno Desthuilliers
<bd************ *****@free.quel quepart.fr> writes
Nick Mudge wrote:
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.
Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting.
The name
of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.
Err... Guess you should read some threads on c.object to have a better
clue...

But still the 'Any girls' could become one of the longest "absolutely
and definitivly OT" thread here !-)


I'm sure it will - and am surprised at how good-tempered it's all been
so far.


--
Five Cats
Email to: cats_spam at uk2 dot net
Jul 17 '05 #5
In message <9cQBc.92241$Sw .1637@attbi_s51 >, Nick Mudge
<ma******@hotma il.com> writes
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The name
of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.
Was that really what you meant when you said you wanted to create
something 'really big'? ;-)

Nick


--
Five Cats
Email to: cats_spam at uk2 dot net
Jul 17 '05 #6


"Nick Mudge" <ma******@hotma il.com> wrote in message
news:9cQBc.9224 1$Sw.1637@attbi _s51...
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The name of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.

Nick


are you for real?

Mich
Jul 17 '05 #7
In message <40************ *********@news. easynet.ch>, Markus Ernst
<derernst@NO#SP #AMgmx.ch> writes
"Bruno Desthuilliers" <bd************ *****@free.quel quepart.fr> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag news:40******** *************** @news.free.fr.. .
Nick Mudge wrote:
> Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.
>
> Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. Thename > of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wishthe > content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
> let's make a record. The thread is already really long.
Err... Guess you should read some threads on c.object to have a better
clue...

But still the 'Any girls' could become one of the longest "absolutely
and definitivly OT" thread here !-)


And there is everything inside that it needs: Romance, sex, crime, football.
(Okay we should put some more alcohol into it.)


Sex - yes please.

Romance - I'll have some of that as well.

But you can leave out the crime & football.

What about the money, though?


--
Five Cats
Email to: cats_spam at uk2 dot net
Jul 17 '05 #8
In message <CI************ **@[127.0.0.1]>, Five Cats
<ca*******@[127.0.0.1]> writes
In message <9cQBc.92241$Sw .1637@attbi_s51 >, Nick Mudge
<ma******@hotm ail.com> writes
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The name
of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.


Was that really what you meant when you said you wanted to create
something 'really big'? ;-)


BTW forgot to mention that something being big is not a recommendation
of it's usefulness, quality or desirability... .
--
Five Cats
Email to: cats_spam at uk2 dot net
Jul 17 '05 #9
Markus Ernst wrote:
"Bruno Desthuilliers" <bd************ *****@free.quel quepart.fr> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag news:40******** *************** @news.free.fr.. .
Nick Mudge wrote:
Hey everybody, let's make the longest newsgroup thread ever made.

Find the posting "Any girls?" in this newsgroup and add a posting. The
name
of the thread is a great name for a programming newsgroup, but i wish
the
content was better than it currently is, so write some good stuff!! and
let's make a record. The thread is already really long.


Err... Guess you should read some threads on c.object to have a better
clue...

But still the 'Any girls' could become one of the longest "absolutely
and definitivly OT" thread here !-)

And there is everything inside that it needs: Romance, sex, crime, football.
(Okay we should put some more alcohol into it.)


And chocolate too... more threads about chocolate and girls... this
reminds me of something, but what ?-)

Bruno

Jul 17 '05 #10

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