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Posted by Josepi on January 7, 2010, 2:39 am

As seasoned and thinking Usenet operators we should know better than to
respond to the age old classic troll  of posting style.

You have probably noticed that this was introduced as a sidetrack to some
not understanding what they have posted and lacking defence for logic to
back it up.

How is your coil winding going?

No, and we also don't need to become acquainted with
the intricate aspects of buggy-whip manufacture.

Some people adapt to changing times, others cling to
the habits they learned to barely survive as others
pass them by.

You cling, and seek to be buddies with other trailer-
park refugees whose only value is to provide amusement,
and protein if things get tough.

As usual, when you try to give one of the mentally deficient
Google-groupers a hand by clueing them in to USENET etiquette they fight
tooth and nail to remain clueless and self-absorbed.




Posted by Michael B on January 7, 2010, 11:59 am

I appreciate your asking. The local store with magnet wire
has closed, it looks like I'll need to get it online.

Any favorite sources of wire?

Posted by Josepi on January 7, 2010, 4:05 pm

Sorry, I been out of the wire and coil business for over 40 years. We used
to get the odd experimenter come into the coil winding factories and ask to
buy a spool and then return the empty for the deposit.

Find a local transformer / coil mfg. and get friendly.

I appreciate your asking. The local store with magnet wire
has closed, it looks like I'll need to get it online.

Any favorite sources of wire?

Posted by John Fields on January 8, 2010, 3:55 am

"Seasoned and thinking Usenet operators"???

Shirley you must be joking.

No matter how you try to cut it, your "defense" of an atrocious and
contrived USENET posting style coupled with your obvious lack of
knowledge of the origins of USENET brands you as an ignorant
"johnny-come-lately" narcissistic  troublemaker with no real interest in
anything other than self-aggrandization at the cost of others.


Posted by John Fields on January 8, 2010, 3:32 am

On Wed, 6 Jan 2010 16:46:45 -0800 (PST), Michael B

You already have, since you've latched on to an "old" posting style
which is convenient for email tete-a-tete where the participants are
privy know what went before.

It's not convenient for USENET however and, as much as you rail against
it, bottom and inline posting is considered de rigueur by most of the
grown-ups on USENET who are interested in making their communications as
clear, cogent, and unhostile as possible.

You and your ilk, on the other hand, seem to be intent on getting
attention by being as annoying as you possibly can and having disdain
heaped on you as a "reward" since you have, obviously, nothing of any
value to share with the group yet want desperately to be considered

Some people, like you, try to make things change for the sole purpose of
trying to prove to yourselves that you're _not_ impotent when, if you
had any sense, would realize really how far off the mark you are.

As usual, more of the tawdry, knuckle-dragging blather you seem to think
is clever.

Oh, well, at least you're harmless.

BTW, I fixed your top-posting faux pas so that everyone can more easily
read your trash.

That's what you want, isn't it?


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