Posted by Jim Rojas on December 22, 2010, 10:38 pm
Coward & troll is in the English Dictionary, and does not defame you. It
represents your actions thusfar. The colorful words you and Josepi use
can get you banned from Usenet, and get your local ISP to terminate your
account...that's the difference. My parents raised me better than to use
such derogatory language. You should never resort to that type of
behavior. It just hurts your credibility to newbies in any forum.
Posted by Curbie on December 22, 2010, 11:48 pm
So is the word "scammer":
The word does not defame you, your scam does, I'm NOT the one who is
telling newbie's "Don't waste you time with solar. I use RPM
technology" YOU are, like I said, I've been on the net since ARPANET,
and not once in all that time has an ISP made a single peep about me
debunking a scam, save your silly threats for someone that hasn't been
to camp before. What, do you think you're the first scammer I've dealt
Too bad you parents didn't add the concept of honesty to their
rearing, suggesting that energy (or anything else) can be made from
nothing is a flat-scam, tell me again, who has a credibility
Schedule that CAT scan yet?
Posted by Jim Rojas on December 23, 2010, 12:33 am
Scammer is not the word I am referring to. Don't play coy. It just
proves my point.
Posted by Curbie on December 23, 2010, 1:04 am
Last minute's reality doesn't cease, just because it's not convenient
to this minute's gibberish, what point am I proving???
That you can characterize someone as "coward" based on your opinion,
but you shouldn't be characterized as a scammer based on your
That you'll get me banned from Usenet and my ISP account terminated
for debunking your scam???
Or, my credibility is hurt by not letting you scam newbies???
This is a flat out scam, intentionally perpetrated by a flat out
Posted by Jim Rojas on December 23, 2010, 1:12 am
Clueless Curbie at it again...