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Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by John Doe, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

     
    John Doe, Jul 29, 2012
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    KR Guest


    A hero to Aussie school kids.

    Fantastic how casey dumped that little bogan/feral drop kick of a kid.
     
    KR, Jul 30, 2012
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  3. John Doe

    RayLopez99 Guest

    old story from May of this year. It looked staged but in any event what's the big deal? Apparently in this school the kids fight and post the fights on Youtube.

    Australia btw has more personal violence than any other western country, per capita. When I was visiting there I saw several fistfights, more than I've seen in America, and one domestic violence incident, just from walking down the street.

    RL
     
    RayLopez99, Aug 3, 2012
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  4. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    Learn how to wrap your lines...

     
    John Doe, Aug 3, 2012
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    Mike Easter Guest

    The choices of you two posters are few.

    RL99 cannot control/configure GG (much), but he could instead use a
    genuine nntp news server and newsagent instead of GG. That would be
    much better in terms of providing the ability to control his view and
    compliant format.

    JD cannot control RL99, but he could use his news agent to filter GGers
    so that he doesn't have to see the problems with GG formats. That would
    also eliminate what spam his news server's cleanfeed filters miss from
    GG sourced spam.
     
    Mike Easter, Aug 3, 2012
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  6. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    I know he is a Google Groups poster, but that should make no
    difference. Google Groups allows for wrapping lines, obviously,
    since many Google Groups posts include properly wrapped lines.

    The only filtering I do is content-based. The only filter I need
    is "ignore-thread-branch" that also works for ignoring an entire
    thread. For UseNet, it's the best thing since sliced bread.

    --
     
    John Doe, Aug 3, 2012
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    Flasherly Guest

    Personal violence. Not sure I believe that. First off, I've had, on
    occasion, people attempt to take my life, to include use of firearms.
    The fistfight is simply then less a regulatory aspect, as practiced in
    OZ, than perhaps a gradual impression given more a contemporary sense
    of weight in the Assault and Battery charge. As is protection ensured
    from registered firearms, although conversely, not with a same cache
    of contraband stolen guns commonly dealt in many matters, beneath a
    law alos of America, i.e., readily, indeed, in Washington, Detroit,
    Miami, or Los Angles. To be more exact, I don't believe a
    cantankerous Australian with a will to fight, looks as readily beyond
    his fists, much in the synonymous sense as fists, and guns, are given
    Americans as a means to that end. Last, the prison systems. One in
    ten Americans will be incarcerated. That's simply a given, moreover,
    higher, in fact, the highest known to any civilized society on this
    earth;- within the same corollary, per capita, may as well include the
    highest percentage of lawyers. Just as, indubitably, there's
    more... .
     
    Flasherly, Aug 4, 2012
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  8. John Doe

    RayLopez99 Guest

    Hey Easter--I hope you're not using Linux anymore. I did try your virtual OS solution and I find I like better Oracle VM VirtualBox (freeware) better than the offering by their nearest competitors. Thanks for the tip.

    RL
     
    RayLopez99, Aug 4, 2012
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  9. John Doe

    RayLopez99 Guest


    I'm quoting statistics on OECD country violence. AU is #1. Feel free to cite your own anecdotes as you see fit based on your own life experiences.

    BTW, are you a bogan? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogan

    RL
     
    RayLopez99, Aug 4, 2012
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  10. John Doe

    Mike Easter Guest

    If you are familiar with posting via GG new or old, perhaps you would
    care to elucidate how you would recommend a GGer wrap lines.

    Surely you don't propose that RL99 should be using the Enter key to
    introduce intraparagraph line wraps manually, a most unorthodox style of
    composing a message or writing a paragraph in any normal editor/processor.
     
    Mike Easter, Aug 4, 2012
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  11. John Doe

    Flasherly Guest

    A bit of life experience, you're correct to say, although anecdotes in
    equal weighted statistical abstracts are, in so much actuality, just
    that: I'm afraid, nothing more than [by which] inference to abstracts,
    upon analysis, is presented for a greater stage surrounding
    circumstantial essences. Hardly, as need be less the likelihood then
    to term bogan as one appertaining, relevantly intimate within an
    indeterminate sphere, best to be sure, we may least cursorily have
    surmised by a matter, however much at times seemly is then to be
    given;- speaking for myself, they're actually delimiters within
    filters, identified for so-called bogons, I employ when engaged in
    blocking a computer from outside contacts, at times, not to exclude
    specified countries or entire nations. So, you'll excuse me if I'd
    rather chose not to follow the provided link, perhaps to an end, as it
    were, of one respectively advised by due care to exenterate.
     
    Flasherly, Aug 4, 2012
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  12. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    I just went through a few posts in this group and found at least
    four authors posting through Google Groups, at least three
    regulars, none of them have problems wrapping their lines.
     
    John Doe, Aug 4, 2012
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  13. John Doe

    Mike Easter Guest

    That doesn't prove/mean that you understand what the problem or the
    solution is.

    To understand the problem better, you should use a google account for GG
    and experiment with its interface so that you can have a better
    understanding of why some GGers have linewrap problems while others don't.

    It would also be of value for a 'bad' linewrapper such as RL99 to
    describe how /he/ uses GG and for a 'good' linewrapper such as whoever
    else you have observed to describe how /they/ use GG.

    I've heard some say that there is a difference between the new and the
    old GG interface but I haven't experimented with posting with both.
     
    Mike Easter, Aug 4, 2012
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    RayLopez99 Guest

    Huh? You talkin' over my head again, Flasherly? LOL. I meet bogans all the time in southeast asia--they make good money for a few months, retire to Thailand, the go back to Oz when their money runs out...


    RL
     
    RayLopez99, Aug 4, 2012
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  15. John Doe

    Flasherly Guest

    Well, you know how it goes with anacronyms, pseudonyms, and
    computers. I also lived for a couple of years or more, central Utapah
    and a stretch outside Bangkok;- not sure what the Thai equivalent to
    that conveys, as my language skills after studying them, to borrow
    another, wasn't exactly spot-on. The Japanese, I gather, were
    regarded their worst offenders for a nation surprising intolerant of
    outsiders, among traders and purveyors within the flesh trade,
    although personally I'd have staked my interest in dabbling a bit over
    Thai gold, rubies and sapphires (they're from the same stock in
    mineralogical terms);- what I do know of their women, in a customary
    sense, served well enough to have settled for a singular relation and
    longstanding friendship with a expatriated Vietnamese woman with
    sufficient patience for listening to my rambling mannerisms. It's
    really quite amazing how much of that can be expected, and to lengths
    taken, outside any reasonable discourse placed upon a greater
    framework and command of words, once spirits are left alone to parley
    in little unsaid bric-à-bracs, as best they might.

    Ah, well, better than halfway past moving through three computer
    cases, one new, and two re-combined builds. Have to do another OS
    install after the MB totally crapped all over the existing HD's
    install. Flied blains are vely tellible -- Sawadee, crap. Kidtung.
     
    Flasherly, Aug 5, 2012
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  16. John Doe

    RayLopez99 Guest

    We travel in similar circles I see. Not to be confused with traveling in circles, though that's also another possible similarity.
    Japanese women are hard to read but they can be horny. Soapy massage recommended with geisha or pseudo-geisha girl.
    Hell if I can't understand you as a native English speaker you can bet the Vietnamese woman could not. But they learn to smile from an early age so they look pretty.
    Sawadee ka... or something like that. I too took Thai lessons and failed. Back to my coding project...

    RL
     
    RayLopez99, Aug 5, 2012
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  17. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    Says a UseNet illiterate.
    If you can do programming, you should be able to post here without
    making an abortion out of it. Start by wrapping your lines. Then
    move on to eliminate the quoted text double spacing garbage.

    What a mess...

    --
     
    John Doe, Aug 5, 2012
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    Flasherly Guest

    I just read the dictionary, looking for the parts I like. Shouldn't
    be so much different than coding while a project is not especially
    someone's idea of a class or structure. 56 letters, thereabouts,
    Sanskrit likely in following an affinity for things Indian, music,
    common stage drama, the various spicy soups and side dishes, and
    perhaps deserts comprising great tables with everything choicely
    wrapped in banana leaf;- wasn't easy going from a meat-&-potato
    background to a fair, just not great tolerance for things hot. Very.
    The smile, known in proverbial Thai terms - for a nation of "smiling
    people" - as well comes customary to a mannered approach when
    encountering difficulty;- perhaps more generic to Eastern terminology,
    for when an Easterner steadfastly smiles, it may be no more than
    they're too good-looking to have belied something of quizzical aspects
    behind genuine discomfort. I'd be utterly out of any familiar element
    in Japan, even to conceive of a Japanese woman, although I did live
    there for three years when I was very young. Japan seems so much more
    Westernized, modernized, and farthest along in acclimatizing
    themselves to a depth of Western, European and American cultural
    nuances. Too civilized for some of those dusty, dirty little ruts of
    a road I remember well from Thailand;- depends, I suppose, how
    accounting dirt-poor is alongside humidity seeping from nearby brush
    to jungle, at startling red skies revealed before evening's onslaught,
    when sun and moon share alike an incessant heat that burns onward,
    aways into steamy nights, at the equator. Never bustle down that road
    -- shuffle natively, listlessly easy over a measured plod;- few things
    are a more contemptuous sight to Thai, than the Westerner with
    energetically flailing arms, goose-steeping up a dust storm of a
    bungle before the silent jungle.

    -
    An' I seed her fust a-smokin' of a whackin' white cheroot,
    An' a-wastin' Christian kisses on an 'eathen idol's foot:
    Bloomin' idol made o' mud ---
    Wot they called the Great Gawd Budd ---
    Plucky lot she cared for idols when I kissed 'er where she stud !
    On the road to Mandalay ---
    -RKipling -1892. _Barrack-Room Ballads_
     
    Flasherly, Aug 5, 2012
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    RayLopez99 Guest

    Think about what you are saying John Doe: your power to respond to me depends on *my* choice of newsreader. You do as *I* want. If *I* don't have the right newsreader (I am using Google Groups and Firefox as the browser) then *you* suffer. Not the other way around. I own you. And you are dismissed, little man.

    Vamos!

    RL
     
    RayLopez99, Aug 6, 2012
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    John Doe Guest

    Making sure no one thinks this is the way a UseNet post should look.

    Besides... When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

    RayLopez99 <raylopez88 gmail.com> wrote:
    see also Google Groups
     
    John Doe, Aug 6, 2012
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