Re: Oy vey, just forget it
In article <pokWd.email@example.com>, wabbitslayer
> no, i do understand, but every once in a while you get tired of reading the
> same crap and can't help yourself.
If you need to vent, just quote the first couple lines and snip the
rest. Better yet, get a newsfeed with an active filtering system. I
*never* see heavily propagated spam unless someone replies to it.
> i just couldn't believe that someone who has put plenty of OT bickering with
> others on this newsgroup would put forth a rude response about my one
> response to a spammer.
Usenet is unbelievable, isn't it? The problem is, responding to "get
rich" posts is newbie behavior that has been considered bad form for
years. You don't want the *real* newbies to think it's OK, do you?
> besides...AT LEAST I DIDN'T RESPOND TO THE FREAKIN RANGE ROVER THREAD!!!
Responding to lame covert spam is more of a gray area, but I agree
it's still a waste of time. Sometimes, though, you get gems like Chad
the Thumper and then it's party time. <stands up, does Cabbage Patch>
> It's funny how pretty much any stupid post can generate a little thread of
> its own related to neither the original post nor the newsgroup on which it
> was posted.
Once again, that's Usenet for ya. I hope you didn't take the carrot
I don't think that's possible here.
> 01 GT vert
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