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Old February 22nd 08, 05:46 AM posted to rec.crafts.metalworking
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On Feb 21, 10:29 pm, "Ed Huntress" wrote:
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On Thu, 21 Feb 2008 23:05:28 -0500, "Ed Huntress"
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On Thu, 21 Feb 2008 22:56:09 -0500, "Ed Huntress"
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLresN6yZEY


Pisano, or paisano, without going back to see how this thread developed,
what has led a psychopathic freak such as yourself to post this trash to
rec.crafts.metalworking?


You're really making a mess of the message board. We aren't averse to
off-topic postings nor to peculiar opinions, but we become annoyed by
postings from other species. You'll notice that we have nothing in
common
with the freak-show NGs on your list. If you don't mind, please remove
this
NG from your future creative efforts.


Thanks.


Are you the leader of "we"?


I've been around here long enough to have a pretty good feel for the
sentiments of the group, which is pretty open, as I said, about tolerating
oddballs. But it draws the line at pathological mutants and other freaks
of
nature.


So, just delete the group, OK? You look like a prime candidate for
discussions on gossip, arts, kook, and related NGs. You're just out of
place
here.


Don't forget "there" and "everywhere".


Well, you can go there, and everywhere else. You'll probably get a friendly
reception at any newsgroup oriented toward paranoid psychopaths, for
example. There are plenty of them around. And don't miss the world of
opportunities you have in NGs that cater to failed genetic experiments.

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Would you please stop cross-posting this crap????
The first one was ok because you have perhaps the funniest name I've
seen all week. Now you're stale.


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Would you please stop cross-posting this crap????
The first one was ok because you have perhaps the funniest name I've
seen all week. Now you're stale.


Gee, stale after just four or so postings? I'm crushed. g

As for funny names, mine is just the one I inherited, funny or not. There
are only 350 or so of us in North America. Unlike "LidsvilleNine," it's
real. Most of the people on this newsgroup use their real names. That's one
of the things that distinguish it from the freak shows.

When we see a whole string of "Pisanos" and "LidsvilleNines" in a thread, we
know there's a leak in the pipes somewhere and the freaks have dropped in.
If we find out who cross-posted from our newsgroup, he is reprimanded. d8-)

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Ed Huntress wrote:

"LidsvilleNine" wrote in message
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Would you please stop cross-posting this crap????
The first one was ok because you have perhaps the funniest name I've
seen all week. Now you're stale.


Gee, stale after just four or so postings? I'm crushed. g

As for funny names, mine is just the one I inherited, funny or not. There
are only 350 or so of us in North America. Unlike "LidsvilleNine," it's
real. Most of the people on this newsgroup use their real names. That's one
of the things that distinguish it from the freak shows.

When we see a whole string of "Pisanos" and "LidsvilleNines" in a thread, we
know there's a leak in the pipes somewhere and the freaks have dropped in.
If we find out who cross-posted from our newsgroup, he is reprimanded. d8-)

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