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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?


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Oh.. didn't like my answer I see..

Now, what programming languages are you fluent in Jax? :)
 



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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?


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I've never been interested in programming. If you have such marketable
skills, why are you an Electricians helper?

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Dustin was a volunteer?

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 B> I've never been interested in programming. If you have such
 B> marketable  skills, why are you an Electricians helper?

coders are a dime a dozen these days... what makes you think that skill is
marketable? you do what you have to do to earn a living... even if it is
flipping burgers at McDonalds (ewww!) or driving a taxi for 12 hours a day for
less then minimum wage...

so what do you do, jax? why do you care what a person does to earn their
living?

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Dustin was a volunteer?

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 B> I've never been interested in programming. If you have such
 B> marketable  skills, why are you an Electricians helper?

coders are a dime a dozen these days... what makes you think that skill is
marketable? you do what you have to do to earn a living... even if it is
flipping burgers at McDonalds (ewww!) or driving a taxi for 12 hours a day for
less then minimum wage...

so what do you do, jax? why do you care what a person does to earn their
living?

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?


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Umm, no. You seem to be a bit behind the financial times here. Most
programming jobs are being outsourced. An indian will write code for
pennies on the hour. No american will. Theres more than enough RAD (rapid
app development) VB "programmers" to have saturated what was left of the
coding market here in the states. There is not much call for low level
programming; which is primarily what I did.

I don't think I'd want to do it fulltime for a living tho. I'd burn out on
it, I suspect. It would take the fun away.


 


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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?


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LOL

Like this guy...
US Software Developer Caught Outsourcing His Job to China
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/us-software-developer-busted-employer-outsourcing-job-china/story?id=18230346



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Dustin was a volunteer?

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 DHL> LOL

 DHL> Like this guy...
 DHL> US Software Developer Caught Outsourcing His Job to China
 DHL> http://abcnews.go.com/Business/us-software-developer-busted-employ
 DHL> er-outsourcing-job-china/story?id=18230346

yeah... no... he is/was a liar and thief, simple as that... karma isn't
finished with him, either ;)

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

On 2/6/2013 6:54 PM, Dustin wrote:
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VB really isn't what I am referring too.  All one must do is look, there
are many high paying jobs available today all over the country.  There
are many MS support jobs also, but they pay little and folks are a dime
a dozen.  Anyone coming out of school now has programming experience,
but I am not talking about them.  I mean BS degree and better in
Computer Science.

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

~BD~ wrote:
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In his unbridled arrogance, he likes to think so <g>

Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

ASCII wrote:
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AhHa! So someone else has noticed! ;-)

Are you keeping well ASCII?  I noticed your absence from Usenet groups
for a while. I hope all is OK.

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

~BD~ wrote:
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I do a cursory skim fairly often, but am not motivated to get into all the
neener neener.

Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

ASCII wrote:
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I guess you are fine then! :-)

Did you catch the photographs posted by 'Parko'? here:


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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

~BD~ wrote:
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As best as an old geezer can be ;-)

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Went to tickle the memory and
Got a 404 from Howard Knight,
is that supposed to be a valid MID?
http://oi46.tinypic.com/29zrdhg.jpg

Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

ASCII wrote:
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Hmmm.  Interesting. Yes, it *is* a valid MID. See ....

http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?STYPE=msgid&A=0&MSGI=%3Ckehmpi%2467v%241%40dont-email.me%3E

Here's the header and message (what *I* see!)

Path: ...!.POSTED!not-for-mail
Newsgroups: alt.politics.scorched-earth
Subject: My desktop v2.0
Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2013 00:31:47 +0000 (UTC)
Organization: A noiseless patient Spider
Lines: 10
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
Injection-Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2013 00:31:47 +0000 (UTC)
Injection-Info: mx05.eternal-september.org;
posting-host="905abebc93a6a364a57a10b7facaf14b";
    logging-data="6399"; mail-complaints-to="abuse@eternal-september.org";
posting-account="U2FsdGVkX1///z8Yj3/nqsa41ib8lIYq"
User-Agent: Pan/0.139 (Sexual Chocolate; GIT bf56508
    git://git.gnome.org/pan2)
X-No-Archive: Yes
Cancel-Lock: sha1:2BMPW6bp9ieqs7NqBK7KxcVlGTE=

Seeing that a few of you liked the photo of Lake Hume I use as a desktop
background, here it is and a few more for good measure
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/103960520/2012-09-10%2017.08.21.jpg
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/103960520/2012-09-10%2017.05.35.jpg
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/103960520/2012-09-10%2017.07.52.jpg

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

~BD~ wrote:
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The capital "C" preceding kehmpi was missing in the link you originally posted
as well a few other irregularities, but the latest one worked.

I think I might have browsed those pics and was surprised to see Eucalyptus
trees in a flooded area, Cyprus sure, but Eucalyptus...?

Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

ASCII wrote:
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I've always trusted your word ASCII


Please explain what you mean regarding a Capital 'C' - and 'other
'irregularities'. Thanks.

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There are LOTS of Eucalyptus in Oz! ;-)

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

on 2/3/2013, ASCII supposed :
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HK requires/suggests that MIDs be couched within angle brackets. If you
copied that as a link then it's possible the brackets weren't
copied/pated into HK's lookup. If you copy the whole thing as text and
paste it, it should work.

The angle brackets within the URL are percent encoded (URL encoded) to
"%3C" and "%3E" and you get the correct article.



Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

FromTheRafters wrote:
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That explains the problem I had.
I just remember that HK didn't have to be entered that way before.
Could have the chevrons or not.

Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

ASCII has brought this to us :
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I noticed that some time ago - although it is 'suggested' on his page
that the chevrons are required, sometimes it works anyway without them.

Using alternative codings, you can make any MID 'look like' it isn't
archived there when it actually is.



Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

~BD~ laid this down on his screen :
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The sender implies, and the receiver infers. That aside, DHL wrote that
Dustin was not employed as a product "coder" - so any implication by
Bear (that you are fairly sure he didn't *imply*) cannot be meant to
have anyone draw the conclusion that you just did.

IOW, you're reaching.

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