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where is the new access 2007 newsgroup?

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since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
make a new newsgroup for it.

I mean; when VB.net 2002 came out; they decided to rename the 'main vb
newsgroup' as 'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'

and now.. when people go to microsoft.public.vb they see 'vb as a dead
language'

so I nominate this newsgroup name for Access 2007

Microsoft.Public.Office.2007.Applications.Access

wouldn't that be great?
I mean; the Microsoft was is to assume that a longer group name makes
it MORE APPROPRIATE for a new version of Access..

above all, Microsoft needs to be consistent.

so who votes for
Microsoft.Public.Office.2007.Applications.Access

if they don't want to change the newsgroup name; then I ask that they
rename the vb group 'microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb' to
microsoft.public.vb

I mean seriously here. They need to be consistent

Thanks

-Aaron

Dec 7 '06 #1
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I agree.

we should either make a fucked up long ass newsgroup name for Access
2007 or we should UNDO the travesty for the microsoft.public.vb
newsgroup

consistency, microsoft

IM JUST DEAD FUCKING TIRED OF TYPING
'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'

-Aaron

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
make a new newsgroup for it.

I mean; when VB.net 2002 came out; they decided to rename the 'main vb
newsgroup' as 'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'

and now.. when people go to microsoft.public.vb they see 'vb as a dead
language'

so I nominate this newsgroup name for Access 2007

Microsoft.Public.Office.2007.Applications.Access

wouldn't that be great?
I mean; the Microsoft was is to assume that a longer group name makes
it MORE APPROPRIATE for a new version of Access..

above all, Microsoft needs to be consistent.

so who votes for
Microsoft.Public.Office.2007.Applications.Access

if they don't want to change the newsgroup name; then I ask that they
rename the vb group 'microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb' to
microsoft.public.vb

I mean seriously here. They need to be consistent

Thanks

-Aaron
Dec 7 '06 #2

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Well stop bitching about it.. might save you some time in dictating.
Sorry, I mean typing.

I don't think I've EVER typed in that phrase.... :S

<db*******@hotmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@80g2000cwy.googlegro ups.com...
>I agree.

we should either make a fucked up long ass newsgroup name for Access
2007 or we should UNDO the travesty for the microsoft.public.vb
newsgroup

consistency, microsoft

IM JUST DEAD FUCKING TIRED OF TYPING
'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'

-Aaron

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
make a new newsgroup for it.

I mean; when VB.net 2002 came out; they decided to rename the 'main vb
newsgroup' as 'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'

and now.. when people go to microsoft.public.vb they see 'vb as a dead
language'

so I nominate this newsgroup name for Access 2007

Microsoft.Public.Office.2007.Applications.Acces s

wouldn't that be great?
I mean; the Microsoft was is to assume that a longer group name makes
it MORE APPROPRIATE for a new version of Access..

above all, Microsoft needs to be consistent.

so who votes for
Microsoft.Public.Office.2007.Applications.Acces s

if they don't want to change the newsgroup name; then I ask that they
rename the vb group 'microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb' to
microsoft.public.vb

I mean seriously here. They need to be consistent

Thanks

-Aaron

Dec 7 '06 #3

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db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
IM JUST DEAD FUCKING TIRED OF TYPING
'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'
How many times a day do you have to type that? Apart from when posting to
the group saying how long the name is?

I'm not sure I've ever typed in the names of any of MS's newsgroups. I just
pick them from a list in my newsreader.

The name is a bit long, granted, but it seems like a reasonable name to me.
I don't think MS's newsgroup naming scheme is very consistent either but
don't really have a problem with it. As long as you can find the group you
want to post to (not usually very hard) then that's the important thing.
Having separate newsgroups for VB6 and VB.NET is a good thing, otherwise
half the traffic would be completely off topic, depending on your viewpoint.

There are more important things for MS to do than worry about public
newsgroup naming schemes IMO.

--

(O)enone
Dec 7 '06 #4

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it's not a reasonable name

I can't find the group.. when I was first starting in VB.net (gag on
the name) I couldnt' find it for the longest time.. I finally posted in
microsoft.public.vb and someone told me that I needed to use this crazy
microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vb

what a ridiculous name

it IS important

it IS a pain in the ass

it IS reflective of a major marketing problem... this is just ONE
SYMPTOM that Microsoft made VB 'take a fall' they threw the game

just like when the Chicago Black Sox threw their game; they lost a game
ON PURPOSE because they were betting on it.

I AM THAT FUCKING OUTRAGED.

and give me back www.microsoft.com/vb while you're at it.

yes; there are more important things for MS to worry about.

THE FUCKING FACT OF THE MATTER IS THAT THEY SHOULDNT HAVE CHANGED THIS
5 YEARS AGO.

TAKE YOUR VIRTUAL MAILBOXES AND SHOVE THEM UP YOUR ASS, MICROSOFT

Make microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb just a REDIRECT to
microsoft.public.vb

-Aaron

Oenone wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
IM JUST DEAD FUCKING TIRED OF TYPING
'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'

How many times a day do you have to type that? Apart from when posting to
the group saying how long the name is?

I'm not sure I've ever typed in the names of any of MS's newsgroups. I just
pick them from a list in my newsreader.

The name is a bit long, granted, but it seems like a reasonable name to me.
I don't think MS's newsgroup naming scheme is very consistent either but
don't really have a problem with it. As long as you can find the group you
want to post to (not usually very hard) then that's the important thing.
Having separate newsgroups for VB6 and VB.NET is a good thing, otherwise
half the traffic would be completely off topic, depending on your viewpoint.

There are more important things for MS to do than worry about public
newsgroup naming schemes IMO.

--

(O)enone
Dec 7 '06 #5

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mg

Could you BE any more irrelevant?

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
it's not a reasonable name

I can't find the group.. when I was first starting in VB.net (gag on
the name) I couldnt' find it for the longest time.. I finally posted in
microsoft.public.vb and someone told me that I needed to use this crazy
microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vb

what a ridiculous name

it IS important

it IS a pain in the ass

it IS reflective of a major marketing problem... this is just ONE
SYMPTOM that Microsoft made VB 'take a fall' they threw the game

just like when the Chicago Black Sox threw their game; they lost a game
ON PURPOSE because they were betting on it.

I AM THAT FUCKING OUTRAGED.

and give me back www.microsoft.com/vb while you're at it.

yes; there are more important things for MS to worry about.

THE FUCKING FACT OF THE MATTER IS THAT THEY SHOULDNT HAVE CHANGED THIS
5 YEARS AGO.

TAKE YOUR VIRTUAL MAILBOXES AND SHOVE THEM UP YOUR ASS, MICROSOFT

Make microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb just a REDIRECT to
microsoft.public.vb

-Aaron

Oenone wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
IM JUST DEAD FUCKING TIRED OF TYPING
'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'
How many times a day do you have to type that? Apart from when posting to
the group saying how long the name is?

I'm not sure I've ever typed in the names of any of MS's newsgroups. I just
pick them from a list in my newsreader.

The name is a bit long, granted, but it seems like a reasonable name to me.
I don't think MS's newsgroup naming scheme is very consistent either but
don't really have a problem with it. As long as you can find the group you
want to post to (not usually very hard) then that's the important thing.
Having separate newsgroups for VB6 and VB.NET is a good thing, otherwise
half the traffic would be completely off topic, depending on your viewpoint.

There are more important things for MS to do than worry about public
newsgroup naming schemes IMO.

--

(O)enone
Dec 8 '06 #6

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db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.
>
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
>>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.

--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 8 '06 #7

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"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegro ups.com...
>
Could you BE any more irrelevant?
Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.

Dec 8 '06 #8

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maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to

Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.

--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 8 '06 #9

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Homer;

I'm right.

WHY IS VB HAVE SUCH A RIDICULOUS NEWSGROUP NAME?

WHY DONT WE MAKE A NEW SIMILIAR ACCESS NEWSGROUP NAME?

-Aaron
Homer J Simpson wrote:
"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegro ups.com...

Could you BE any more irrelevant?

Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.
Dec 8 '06 #10

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Homer;

I'm right.

WHY DOES VB HAVE SUCH A RIDICULOUS NEWSGROUP NAME?

WHY DONT WE MAKE A NEW SIMILIAR ACCESS NEWSGROUP NAME?

-Aaron
Homer J Simpson wrote:
"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegro ups.com...

Could you BE any more irrelevant?

Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.
Dec 8 '06 #11

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There's no such thing as "Access 2007".

Access 95
Access 97
Access 2000
Access 2002
Access XP
Access 2003

"Homer J Simpson" <no****@nowhere.comwrote in message
news:5pgeh.42164$rv4.21258@edtnps90...
>
"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegro ups.com...
>>
Could you BE any more irrelevant?

Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.

Dec 8 '06 #12

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qtf, where do you find these people?

'Micorsoft Office Access 2007' got released about a week ago?

RIGHT?

-Aaron


Anthony wrote:
There's no such thing as "Access 2007".

Access 95
Access 97
Access 2000
Access 2002
Access XP
Access 2003

"Homer J Simpson" <no****@nowhere.comwrote in message
news:5pgeh.42164$rv4.21258@edtnps90...

"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegro ups.com...
>
Could you BE any more irrelevant?
Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.

Dec 8 '06 #13

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wtf, where do you find these people?

'Micorsoft Office Access 2007' got released about a week ago?

RIGHT?

-Aaron


Anthony wrote:
There's no such thing as "Access 2007".

Access 95
Access 97
Access 2000
Access 2002
Access XP
Access 2003

"Homer J Simpson" <no****@nowhere.comwrote in message
news:5pgeh.42164$rv4.21258@edtnps90...

"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegro ups.com...
>
Could you BE any more irrelevant?
Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.

Dec 8 '06 #14

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I guess they just made this up

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/default.aspx

Go figure
"Anthony" <no*****@please.comwrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
There's no such thing as "Access 2007".

Access 95
Access 97
Access 2000
Access 2002
Access XP
Access 2003

"Homer J Simpson" <no****@nowhere.comwrote in message
news:5pgeh.42164$rv4.21258@edtnps90...
>>
"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegr oups.com...
>>>
Could you BE any more irrelevant?

Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.


Dec 8 '06 #15

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gee anthony.. you're just about informed enough to be an Acces MVP

I mean; you're oblivious to new features in Access..

just like all the dipshit Access MVPs around here
if MS nominated a SINGLE Access MVP that knew jack shit about SQL
Server then maybe they wouldn't have such a marketing problem.

As it is; MVP means that 'you're a fucking wuss who won't stand up for
microsoft'

MVP means that you're soft and unaccomplished and lame and loose
-Aaron

Anthony wrote:
There's no such thing as "Access 2007".

Access 95
Access 97
Access 2000
Access 2002
Access XP
Access 2003

"Homer J Simpson" <no****@nowhere.comwrote in message
news:5pgeh.42164$rv4.21258@edtnps90...

"mg" <bi*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@n67g2000cwd.googlegro ups.com...
>
Could you BE any more irrelevant?
Don't repost the post - most everyone has plonked this idiot.

Dec 8 '06 #16

P: n/a
could you be a bigger dipshit?
mg wrote:
Could you BE any more irrelevant?

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
it's not a reasonable name

I can't find the group.. when I was first starting in VB.net (gag on
the name) I couldnt' find it for the longest time.. I finally posted in
microsoft.public.vb and someone told me that I needed to use this crazy
microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vb

what a ridiculous name

it IS important

it IS a pain in the ass

it IS reflective of a major marketing problem... this is just ONE
SYMPTOM that Microsoft made VB 'take a fall' they threw the game

just like when the Chicago Black Sox threw their game; they lost a game
ON PURPOSE because they were betting on it.

I AM THAT FUCKING OUTRAGED.

and give me back www.microsoft.com/vb while you're at it.

yes; there are more important things for MS to worry about.

THE FUCKING FACT OF THE MATTER IS THAT THEY SHOULDNT HAVE CHANGED THIS
5 YEARS AGO.

TAKE YOUR VIRTUAL MAILBOXES AND SHOVE THEM UP YOUR ASS, MICROSOFT

Make microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb just a REDIRECT to
microsoft.public.vb

-Aaron

Oenone wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
IM JUST DEAD FUCKING TIRED OF TYPING
'Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.Languages.VB'
>
How many times a day do you have to type that? Apart from when posting to
the group saying how long the name is?
>
I'm not sure I've ever typed in the names of any of MS's newsgroups. I just
pick them from a list in my newsreader.
>
The name is a bit long, granted, but it seems like a reasonable name to me.
I don't think MS's newsgroup naming scheme is very consistent either but
don't really have a problem with it. As long as you can find the group you
want to post to (not usually very hard) then that's the important thing.
Having separate newsgroups for VB6 and VB.NET is a good thing, otherwise
half the traffic would be completely off topic, depending on your viewpoint.
>
There are more important things for MS to do than worry about public
newsgroup naming schemes IMO.
>
--
>
(O)enone
Dec 9 '06 #17

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mg

db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
could you be a bigger dipshit?
Why yes, I could.
I could behave just like you:

- I could start content-free threads under differing aliases and then
reply to them.

- I could fall back on excessive use of profanity because I have no
edu-ma-cation and don't have the vocabulary to adequately express
myself.

- I could decide that learning .net is-just-too-hard and it's much
easier to troll.

- I could sing the praises of PHP in a dot.net.vb newsgroup and pine
for the return to prominence of VB6.

- I could fail to find (or create) the right newsgroup because I'm too
stupid (or lazy)

- I could decide when I encounter serious but civil criticism about my
misplaced grievances to simply just ignore it.

Yes, I could be just like you. But I'm not. Because I apparently have
a life. And I graduated from high school.

Clear enough for you, or do you need some of the big words sounded out?

-lol

Dec 9 '06 #18

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funny stuff crackhead

im right; vb.net has been killed.. vb 2005 is a failure.

they only need to do simple things to rectify

-aaron
mg wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
could you be a bigger dipshit?

Why yes, I could.
I could behave just like you:

- I could start content-free threads under differing aliases and then
reply to them.

- I could fall back on excessive use of profanity because I have no
edu-ma-cation and don't have the vocabulary to adequately express
myself.

- I could decide that learning .net is-just-too-hard and it's much
easier to troll.

- I could sing the praises of PHP in a dot.net.vb newsgroup and pine
for the return to prominence of VB6.

- I could fail to find (or create) the right newsgroup because I'm too
stupid (or lazy)

- I could decide when I encounter serious but civil criticism about my
misplaced grievances to simply just ignore it.

Yes, I could be just like you. But I'm not. Because I apparently have
a life. And I graduated from high school.

Clear enough for you, or do you need some of the big words sounded out?

-lol
Dec 11 '06 #19

P: n/a
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.
>
>
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
>
>>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.

--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 11 '06 #20

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Aaron, you know what they say - you can't educate pork. Maybe I need to
spell it out for them again....

LOOK STUPID KIDS...... ASK YOURSELF WHY MS now have to "Give Visual
Sudio Away" ???

Think about that very hard then come back here with some more of your
stupid comments.

The Grand Master
*** VbCrLF: "Visual Basic Classic Revival Liberation Front" ***
*** VB 6.0 Jihad - Fighing for what belongs to us. ***
*** http://classicvb.org/Petition ***

Dec 11 '06 #21

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I _love_ the vbcrlf lol

I just wish that MS would listen to their MVPs; i mean.. how many MVPs
have signed the petition?

we should just spam the fuck out of people telling them to sign the
petition.. I wonder if we could quailfy for non-profit status LoL

-Aaron

Master Programmer wrote:
Aaron, you know what they say - you can't educate pork. Maybe I need to
spell it out for them again....

LOOK STUPID KIDS...... ASK YOURSELF WHY MS now have to "Give Visual
Sudio Away" ???

Think about that very hard then come back here with some more of your
stupid comments.

The Grand Master
*** VbCrLF: "Visual Basic Classic Revival Liberation Front" ***
*** VB 6.0 Jihad - Fighing for what belongs to us. ***
*** http://classicvb.org/Petition ***
Dec 11 '06 #22

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and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...

I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death

but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment camps;
etc.

and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?

the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'

no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.

but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of the
week.

-Aaron


Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.

>

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:

>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
>
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.
>
>
>
--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 11 '06 #23

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and one of stalins quotes:

one death is a tragedy
a million is just statistics

-Aaron

Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.

>

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:

>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
>
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.
>
>
>
--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 11 '06 #24

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mg

you're full of shit bitch

I didn't decide that 'learning vb.net was too difficult'

since i've been USING it; i've decided that it's too verbose.
and I don't need to subject myself to this crap; i'm good enough on the
database side that I can go the rest of my life without ever writing
another line of .NET and I can make more than 6 figures.. and never
have a shortage of jobs.

I've just realized that VB.net is slower development than what I'm
accustomed to; and I call for a SIMPLICATION OF VB on Microsoft's
part... and specifically-- of ADO.net.

ADO.net is just fucking STUPID slow.
ADO.net is just fucking STUPID slow.
ADO.net is just fucking STUPID slow.

make a dataset; it takes 30 seconds to do anything; load a dataset and
it takes another 10 seconds.

datasets are the most ridiculous thing i've ever seen; and there is
aboslutely NO POINT in using ADO.net for me.

I'll just stick with ADO 6- everyone does realize that there is a new
version of 'ADO Classic' that is shipped with Vista.. right?

use of profanity and education are not directly related.. for the
fucking record

and B) if you were mis treated by Microsoft -- as a contractor-- and
you had to put up with crappy ass software that crashed; maybe you'd
have the balls to have be pissed off also.

-Aaron

mg wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
could you be a bigger dipshit?

Why yes, I could.
I could behave just like you:

- I could start content-free threads under differing aliases and then
reply to them.

- I could fall back on excessive use of profanity because I have no
edu-ma-cation and don't have the vocabulary to adequately express
myself.

- I could decide that learning .net is-just-too-hard and it's much
easier to troll.

- I could sing the praises of PHP in a dot.net.vb newsgroup and pine
for the return to prominence of VB6.

- I could fail to find (or create) the right newsgroup because I'm too
stupid (or lazy)

- I could decide when I encounter serious but civil criticism about my
misplaced grievances to simply just ignore it.

Yes, I could be just like you. But I'm not. Because I apparently have
a life. And I graduated from high school.

Clear enough for you, or do you need some of the big words sounded out?

-lol
Dec 11 '06 #25

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Still here then - posting rubbish as usual.

I know it's a public Group but really - what is the point?

Dec 11 '06 #26

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You really *are* a piece of work, aren't you?

Killing 6 million people purposely in the death camps is no
"better" than killing 30 million Chinese (if it's true) just
because it was a fewer number. What makes it more horrific is
that it was a specific group of people targeted and they were
systematically killed, they were driven into gas chambers and
shoved into ovens because of their religion.

This is an inappropriate setting for a discussion, and I
hereby invoke Godwin's law, and declare this thread dead.

Robin S.
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<aa*********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@79g2000cws.googlegro ups.com...
and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...

I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death

but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment
camps;
etc.

and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and
stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why
does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?

the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'

no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.

but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of
the
week.

-Aaron


Master Programmer wrote:
>He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but
because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.



aa*********@gmail.com wrote:

since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is
going to

Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone
knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to
add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.

--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v

Dec 11 '06 #27

P: n/a
technically robin... killing 6 million people is a LOT SMALLER DEAL
than killing 30 million people.

it's a factor of _FIVE_

-Aaron

RobinS wrote:
You really *are* a piece of work, aren't you?

Killing 6 million people purposely in the death camps is no
"better" than killing 30 million Chinese (if it's true) just
because it was a fewer number. What makes it more horrific is
that it was a specific group of people targeted and they were
systematically killed, they were driven into gas chambers and
shoved into ovens because of their religion.

This is an inappropriate setting for a discussion, and I
hereby invoke Godwin's law, and declare this thread dead.

Robin S.
---------------------------------------

<aa*********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@79g2000cws.googlegro ups.com...
and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...

I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death

but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment
camps;
etc.

and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and
stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why
does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?

the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'

no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.

but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of
the
week.

-Aaron


Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but
because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.

>

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:

>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is
>going to
>
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone
knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to
add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.
>
>
>
--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 11 '06 #28

P: n/a
and also? the total # of people that died in the concentraction camps..
it was really 12 million.. but 6 of those were those goddamn russians
and gypsies.. right?

why don't we care about the 75 million russians that died?

50 from Stalin
25 from concentration camps, soldiers and civilian deaths

Are russians less important?

we're talking about a factor of 12.5 to 1.

12.5 russians died for every jew.
why don't we barge into the soviet union and fix them up nice and good?

BECAUSE WE WERENT STRONG ENOUGH TO BEAT THEM MILITARILY?
is that a good reason?

BECAUSE THE VICTORS WRITE THE HISTORY BOOKS?

it's all just a crock of crap

hitler doesn't make it into the top 5 list of civilian deaths of the
20th century.

and the Indians?

us Americans handed out Smallpox-infected blankets-- to the Indians--
to kill them off-- so that we could take their land.

Was that MORAL?

Why don't we run around; carving huge sections of the middle east so
that the Native Americans can have a homeland?

And we can prop the new Native American Jerusalem for SIXTY YEARS even
when they start wars to expand their borders?

And we go to war to prevent nuclear weapons prolif.. but we sit idly by
while the Israelis build them??

-Aaron
RobinS wrote:
You really *are* a piece of work, aren't you?

Killing 6 million people purposely in the death camps is no
"better" than killing 30 million Chinese (if it's true) just
because it was a fewer number. What makes it more horrific is
that it was a specific group of people targeted and they were
systematically killed, they were driven into gas chambers and
shoved into ovens because of their religion.

This is an inappropriate setting for a discussion, and I
hereby invoke Godwin's law, and declare this thread dead.

Robin S.
---------------------------------------

<aa*********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@79g2000cws.googlegro ups.com...
and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...

I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death

but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment
camps;
etc.

and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and
stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why
does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?

the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'

no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.

but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of
the
week.

-Aaron


Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but
because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.

>

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:

>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is
>going to
>
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone
knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to
add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.
>
>
>
--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 11 '06 #29

P: n/a
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
why don't we care about the 75 million russians that died?
Is it because the name of the newsgroup we'd have to discuss it in is just
too damned long?

--

(O)enone
Dec 11 '06 #30

P: n/a
exactly

the newsgroup name is too long

-Aaron

Oenone wrote:
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
why don't we care about the 75 million russians that died?

Is it because the name of the newsgroup we'd have to discuss it in is just
too damned long?

--

(O)enone
Dec 11 '06 #31

P: n/a
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
exactly

the newsgroup name is too long
Do you not find it unbalancing that you have an excess of vowels in your
first name (60%), and yet hardly any at all in your last name (only 20%)?

--

(O)enone
Dec 11 '06 #32

P: n/a
no that doesn't bother me.

of course I didn't rename myself when I hit the age of 21 to be
aaron.student.in.college.but.drinks.too.much.kempf

only an idiot-- that doesn't understand the slightest bit about
marketing-- would choose a newsgroup name like
microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb

the bottom line is that vb.net is no longer called vb.net; it is called
vb 2005 now; and not vb.net

-Aaron


Oenone wrote:
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
exactly

the newsgroup name is too long

Do you not find it unbalancing that you have an excess of vowels in your
first name (60%), and yet hardly any at all in your last name (only 20%)?

--

(O)enone
Dec 11 '06 #33

P: n/a
Yeah, some things never change. For the last 5 years all we hear about
is 9/11 (its actually 11/9) - big whoopie fucking doooo. So 3000 were
killed - how does that compare to 600,000 Iraq civilians in senceless
retaliation looking for non-existent WMD's ? Every time the tv is on
its still "war on terror - 9/11 - 9/11" - blah blah blah. What about
the Tsunami - 250,000 dead ? But of course because they were Asians,
Americans see then as somehow not important or that incident not worthy
of as much mention as a fire in a towerblock.

The Grand Master
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...

I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death

but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment camps;
etc.

and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?

the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'

no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.

but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of the
week.

-Aaron


Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu
>
if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two
>
-Aaron
>
>
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.
>

>
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
>
>>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to

Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.



--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 12 '06 #34

P: n/a
clinton got attacked 3 times and did nothing but exacerbate the problem

Cole, Embassies, WTC part 1

Saddam was paying people to blow themselves up in the West Bank. I
think that we should technically 'go nuclear' flatten the whole fucking
Arabian Peninsula and pave it, put walmarts and american flags
everywhere

-Aaron

Master Programmer wrote:
Yeah, some things never change. For the last 5 years all we hear about
is 9/11 (its actually 11/9) - big whoopie fucking doooo. So 3000 were
killed - how does that compare to 600,000 Iraq civilians in senceless
retaliation looking for non-existent WMD's ? Every time the tv is on
its still "war on terror - 9/11 - 9/11" - blah blah blah. What about
the Tsunami - 250,000 dead ? But of course because they were Asians,
Americans see then as somehow not important or that incident not worthy
of as much mention as a fire in a towerblock.

The Grand Master
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...

I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death

but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment camps;
etc.

and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?

the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'

no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.

but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of the
week.

-Aaron


Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".
>
The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**
>
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron


C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.

>

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:

>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to
>
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.
>
>
>
--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 12 '06 #35

P: n/a
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
of course I didn't rename myself when I hit the age of 21 to be
aaron.student.in.college.but.drinks.too.much.kempf
True, but a pity -- that would have had a much better overall distribution
of vowels.
only an idiot-- that doesn't understand the slightest bit about
marketing-- would choose a newsgroup name like
microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb
That's true, Microsoft have been fairly lacking in their marketing. They'll
never get to be a big successful company unless they improve that. Perhaps
you should apply for a job with them?
the bottom line is that vb.net is no longer called vb.net; it is
called vb 2005 now; and not vb.net
Oh, I thought the bottom line was that the name of the newsgroup was too
long? Or was that another thread? I get confused between them sometimes.

The bottom line is that there are too many threads in this newsgroup.

--

(O)enone
Dec 12 '06 #36

P: n/a
too many threads?

ROFL

I think that MS is surely losing the VB.net battle; as a symptom; I
refer to the traffic count in this channel is so much lower than the C#
channnels

-Aaron
Oenone wrote:
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
of course I didn't rename myself when I hit the age of 21 to be
aaron.student.in.college.but.drinks.too.much.kempf

True, but a pity -- that would have had a much better overall distribution
of vowels.
only an idiot-- that doesn't understand the slightest bit about
marketing-- would choose a newsgroup name like
microsoft.public.dotnet.langauges.vb

That's true, Microsoft have been fairly lacking in their marketing. They'll
never get to be a big successful company unless they improve that. Perhaps
you should apply for a job with them?
the bottom line is that vb.net is no longer called vb.net; it is
called vb 2005 now; and not vb.net

Oh, I thought the bottom line was that the name of the newsgroup was too
long? Or was that another thread? I get confused between them sometimes.

The bottom line is that there are too many threads in this newsgroup.

--

(O)enone
Dec 12 '06 #37

P: n/a
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
I think that MS is surely losing the VB.net battle; as a symptom; I
refer to the traffic count in this channel is so much lower than the
C# channnels
Perhaps that's because VB is easier than C# and people need less help.

--

(O)enone
Dec 12 '06 #38

P: n/a
then why are there specific newsgroups for specific editions of VB?

oh did someone at Microsoft bend a rul-sie?

ROFL

TIME TO FIX THE INJUSTICE

Dave F wrote:
There are not newsgroups devoted to specific editions of Access.

Post your question here and specify you are using Access 2007. Someone
knowledgeable about it will respond.

Dave
--
Brevity is the soul of wit.
"unknown" wrote:
Dec 12 '06 #39

P: n/a
Ha ha ha. Yeah, make the fuckers play baseball and eat hotdogs -
instead of chanting all of that Allah Mohammed Islam shite.

The Grand Master
..
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
clinton got attacked 3 times and did nothing but exacerbate the problem

Cole, Embassies, WTC part 1

Saddam was paying people to blow themselves up in the West Bank. I
think that we should technically 'go nuclear' flatten the whole fucking
Arabian Peninsula and pave it, put walmarts and american flags
everywhere

-Aaron

Master Programmer wrote:
Yeah, some things never change. For the last 5 years all we hear about
is 9/11 (its actually 11/9) - big whoopie fucking doooo. So 3000 were
killed - how does that compare to 600,000 Iraq civilians in senceless
retaliation looking for non-existent WMD's ? Every time the tv is on
its still "war on terror - 9/11 - 9/11" - blah blah blah. What about
the Tsunami - 250,000 dead ? But of course because they were Asians,
Americans see then as somehow not important or that incident not worthy
of as much mention as a fire in a towerblock.

The Grand Master
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...
>
I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death
>
but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment camps;
etc.
>
and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?
>
the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'
>
no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.
>
but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of the
week.
>
-Aaron
>
>
>
>
Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu
>
if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two
>
-Aaron
>
>
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.
>

>
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
>
>>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is going to

Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.



--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 13 '06 #40

P: n/a
mg

Barry wrote:
Still here then - posting rubbish as usual.
I know it's a public Group but really - what is the point?
He (and the sock puppets) are trying to fill an empty life. Not worth
disturbing the electrons required to reply.

Dec 13 '06 #41

P: n/a
that's just flat out funny.. absolutely hilarious

i'm just trying to say-- that MS is making it appear as if vb is dead
by the dismal traffic in microsoft.public.vb

either this damn langauge is called VB or its .NOT but as we all
know-- it's not called .NET anymore.. it's just called VB 2005.

Why can't VB 2005 use the microsoft.public.vb newsgroup?

I hate the word .NET i would rather use microsoft.public.vb
the word .NET just reminds me of the horrible injustice that happened
in the great battle for VB.net 2002 and VB.net 2003.

they shouldn't have changed the newsgroup name back then; and I just
flat out refuse to let MS inadvertently kill off VB by making it appear
abandoned

microsoft.public.vb
microsoft.com/vb

these two addresses make it appear as if ms has killed VB

-Aaron
Oenone wrote:
aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
I think that MS is surely losing the VB.net battle; as a symptom; I
refer to the traffic count in this channel is so much lower than the
C# channnels

Perhaps that's because VB is easier than C# and people need less help.

--

(O)enone
Dec 13 '06 #42

P: n/a
robin i still dont get it.

how do you not understand that 6 million is less than 30m?
seriously here.

do the math; or wait does vb.net not load fast enough to do this calc?
-Aaron
RobinS wrote:
You really *are* a piece of work, aren't you?

Killing 6 million people purposely in the death camps is no
"better" than killing 30 million Chinese (if it's true) just
because it was a fewer number. What makes it more horrific is
that it was a specific group of people targeted and they were
systematically killed, they were driven into gas chambers and
shoved into ovens because of their religion.

This is an inappropriate setting for a discussion, and I
hereby invoke Godwin's law, and declare this thread dead.

Robin S.
---------------------------------------

<aa*********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@79g2000cws.googlegro ups.com...
and the holocaust did happen.. I saw the 'work camps' first hand about
20 years ago...

I just don't think that they indiscriminitely killed people.. and if
they did then they probably worked them to death

but then again; we did the same thing in America with internment
camps;
etc.

and for the record; the nips killed what 30 million chinese? and
stalin
killed 50 million russians.. hitler killed 6 million jews-- so why
does
hitler get all the bad press when it was really the damn japs that did
all the killing?

the truth is that nobody gives a shit about japs killing chinese or
russians killing russians-- because they're considered 'less important
peoples'

no; I dont think that we should be propping up a failed military
dictatorship in Israel.
I dont think that the Holocaust justifies running in and stealing a
bunch of land and putting a little blue and white flag on top.

but I do believe that there were a lot of awful things going on in
World War 2... but I would choose Auschwitz over Nanking any day of
the
week.

-Aaron


Master Programmer wrote:
He he. Yeah - I have already been singling out a few from this
newsgroup for "special treatment".

The Grand Master
** We all know that the haulocaust NEVER took place.**

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:
maybe if your europe wasn't filled with wimps and wusses then maybe
you'd have some local software companies to bitch about; but
because
europe is irrelevent why don't you stfu

if we want your opinion we'll send over a panzer or two

-Aaron
C-Services Holland b.v. wrote:
db*******@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.

>

aa*********@gmail.com wrote:

>since Access 2007 is a 'major change' then i assume that MS is
>going to
>
Wow, you're agreeing with yourself. Don't you think everyone
knows
dbahooker and aaron.kempf are the same person? I guess I need to
add a
few more aliases to my killfilter.
>
>
>
--
Rinze van Huizen
C-Services Holland b.v
Dec 14 '06 #43

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