Posted by Josepi on October 30, 2009, 6:03 pm
Oh look. The welding club has been notified!
Now we'll be flooded with knwoledge here.
Posted by news on October 29, 2009, 4:13 pm
On Thu, 29 Oct 2009 06:39:41 -0700 (PDT), sspence
Any link that leads to a page that looks like this:
I've seen just about all of these MLM schemes. The web pages are
immediately identifiable because they have nearly identical formats -
long, narrow, with big type and repetitive links centered in the
If the "freebie" was really that great, it would be described in one
or two screens of information, with links to the details. Take a look
at the free software packages at sourceforge.com - most of the intro
pages are one or two screens of info, with lots of links to the
Posted by ghio on October 29, 2009, 8:46 pm
On Oct 30, 3:13am, n...@jecarter.us wrote:
Been a while since I have bothered to look at Spence's all but useless
page. It has always been mostly spam, but this is a new low for the
Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on October 29, 2009, 10:13 pm
LOL As if you'd ever have anything good to say about Spence, who like
me and most of the regulars here, has called you many many times on
all your BS. Of which there are dozens of examples here
http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm for everyone's
As for Spence's link, I just clicked on it to see what all the fuss is
about. No surprise, it's exactly as he said - a page listing a whole
bunch of free downloads. Yes, there are ads as well, exactly as there
are on gazillions of other pages of free web content. Although Steve
has helpfully labeled his ads with the word "ads", apparently in
anticipation of visits by ghiniuses.
I have a super-secret system for dealing with omnipresent ads on the
web - I don't click on them unless they interest me. I'm pretty sure
that my method will work for everyone. At least, all that are sane
Posted by ghio on October 29, 2009, 11:37 pm
On Oct 30, 9:13am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:
It's spam, just a lure to get people to join his touch dickie club and
sign up for a dodgy newsletter with more spam and to collect email
address' to sell.
It's sad really because I believe that Steve could do much better if
he could get past the shopping list mentality.
Then there are people like you who make claims for achievements that
do not exist;
1) You built a house.
What a joke. You had a house built for you. You were caught in the lie
when you started blaming sub contractors for shoddy work. You then
claimed to have been the "General Contractor". The general contractor
is the person who is responsible for the quality control of all work
done by sub contractors. You failed in this capacity.
2) You designed your system.
You have never designed a PV system in your life. You copied a nice
clean 24V system and cocked it up to the point where you just kept
throwing panels at it until it would supply your needs, at least
during daylight hours. The "system" still requires some 50 hours of
backup charging, despite living in one of the sunniest places on
earth. Just another joke. It's not designed, it's a cobbled together
Bye wayne (aka A. J. Rimmer. For a complete rundown on this person
have a look at the Red Dwarf series.)