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I'm thinking you're exaggerating quite alot, Dustin.  Anyone can register
under any name on any group.  Dave just told you he re-registered.  He
didn't have to tell you or anyone and could be a member in good standing
under any other username and no one would know... but he TOLD you.

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Jenn (from Oklahoma)



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Yes, Jenn. Anyone can re-register under any name in any group. When one
chooses to do so, knowing full well he is banned (which is why he's
creating another account in the first place) does *not* in any way show
good intentions, nor respect of any sort towards the forum admins.

If anything, it further justifies the initial ban that was set on his
account.

Further, He wouldn't have to tell me or anyone else he did this. As the
forum admins do audit for security purposes on occasion; his new userid
along with IP would be flagged as belonging to a now banned userID. Ie:
he would be caught eventually.

Clearly you know little about the options available to someone, should
they wish to use them.
 



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"Hrrngh! Someday I'm going to hurl this...er...roll this...hrrngh.. nudge
this boulder right down a cliff." - Goblin Warrior


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Again, it's exaggerating what he did.  Ya'll want to exact a *punishment* on
Dave because ya'll didn't like him asking questions.  If a buddy of the core
group did something similar, there would be no punishment.  Ya'll want him
to show some sort of remorse and humility and apologize all over the place
and beg forgiveness so you can see that he has taken his punishment like a
real man.  It's a control issue... you can't control him asking questions,
but you can *punish* him and hold him to a higher standard than ya'll would
anyone else. That's what it's all about because he obviously isn't a threat
to the group itself in any way and has no intentions of hurting anyone
there.  It's not professional behavior, imo.

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No it doesn't.  The ban was imposed arbitrarily w/o any warning.

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uh huh .... it's clearly a silly ban and unnecessary.... but, hey ... if
Malwarebytes admins want to be seen as hard cases going after someone who
simply asks questions and posts a harmless image, they have that right to
look like total hard cases.  It doesn't make me want to join the forum,
myself.

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So enlighten me ...  I'm fairly sure I understand bans and how they should
be used, so you can skip that tutorial.
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Jenn (from Oklahoma)
http://pqlr.org/bbs/



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Jenn wrote:

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You make interesting comments, Jenn (as always! <s>)

The way this thread is panning out, it should provide useful material
for your forthcoming book - make sure you save the relevant bits! ;-)

--
Dave

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ROFLOL ....  You know me too well ...  hahahaaahah  I really don't take to
people who abuse their authority.
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Jenn (from Oklahoma)
http://pqlr.org/bbs/



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You are stealing again, by not doing the work you are paid to do.


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I disagree, Jenn. Anyone can register with any name the person desires,
so long as the follow the forum rules. Having an ID banned and creating
anotherone does not follow the rules; and it can result in tresspass
complaints to his service provider. The fact he was banned negated his
privledges on that site. Accessing that site or any other is a privledge,
not a right and the site admins do have options.

Secondly, He didn't have to tell me anything about creating a new user
account. The site is routely checked to ensure security is being
maintained. His new account would have been flagged using any number of
criteria. I'm not going to get into specifics of how it works, but to
assume he or anyone else can create a new ID after losing another one; is
foolish and somewhat arrogant. Not to mention, highly incorrect. You do
not have anonymity on the internet, you have a false sense of it instead.
 
The fact he had to register under another name because the admins didn't
want him having an account there is actually a form of digital criminal
tresspass.


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"Hrrngh! Someday I'm going to hurl this...er...roll this...hrrngh.. nudge
this boulder right down a cliff." - Goblin Warrior


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Dustin Cook wrote:
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Dustin - it's comments like that which *feed* my curiosity! :)

Just *why* don't the 'admins' want me having an account there?

I'd been there a long time and caused no trouble at all. I couldn't
really care less whether or not I'm officially allowed to participate;
if I wish to do I don't believe they'd be able to identify me.

That's by the bye, the more interesting thing is the upset my comment
seems to have had. If everything was kosher not an eyebrow would have
been raised I'm sure.

I remember Giant being bought by Microsoft
http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2004/dec04/12-16GIANTPR.mspx

There was no Malwarebytes back then.

Out of nowhere they came, as if by magic! :)

There is *still* no snail-mail postal address or contact telephone
number (that I can find) - essential attributes, I've been advised, if a
business seeks total acceptance.

http://www.malwarebytes.org/about.php

I have read all about the partnership with Sunbelt btw.

http://www.sunbeltsoftware.com/Press/Releases/?id=346

**

Another item which attracted my interest some long time ago was the
purchase procedure:

"This order process is conducted by our online reseller cleverbridge AG.
Payment processing and order fulfillment are done by cleverbridge AG,
Brabanter Str. 2-4, 50674 Cologne, Germany."

Why? Because they are charging VAT at 19% instead of the 17.5%
applicable in the UK.

https://store.malwarebytes.org/342/?scope=checkout&cart=29945

Tell me why they chose to use a German operation when currently based in
San Jose, CA., and when Malwarebytes is an Illinois corporation.

OK - it's an Internet company. I know! Forget that. ;-)

--
Dave - I *am* aware of what info I give away: http://browserreport.com /

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He didn't create a bogus account.  He used a well known nickname that he's
used before, and an identifiable email account.  Ya'll are just being hard
cases so you can get back at Dave for questioning whether or not
malwarebytes has any suspicious activity on computers.


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For a security business, ya'll seem a bit paranoid at the influence Dave has
by asking questions.


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Jenn (from Oklahoma)
http://pqlr.org/bbs/



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Jenn wrote:
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Does that seem just a wee bit strange to you, too, Jenn?

--
Dave - it's just a hinky feeling, but .........

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Oh ferchrissakes!!  BD is either a paranoid troublemaker or mentally
deficient, or both.....and I can't believe how stupid and childish you two
are!!

I agree with JD in that you two should be totally killfiled and ignored!!
Unfortunately, BD the retard keeps morphing and I refuse to waste any more
time and space killfiling him.

Take your sh*t disturbing foolishness somewhere else and let people with
more than two functioning brain cells use this news group without your
idiotic interference!!

HF.......and the only hinky feeling I get is in regard to BD's calculated
nastiness which he knows will solicit a response......so piss off, the pair
of you!!



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naaaaaa Dave is as sane and capable as everyone else here......

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Well.. you happen to be agreeing with a persona that appears to have a low
IQ, and uses sayings that contain foul language to bolster his appearance of
false superiority.  Hey, if you want to align yourself with someone like
that.. go right ahead.

Question.. what exactly do YOU contribute to this group?  I've been reading
for a while and haven't seen you do anything but jump into conversations so
you can diss someone else.

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You first.........LOL


ahh no wonder you hand out with JD ... you can't get through an entire post
without needing foul language to bolster your point of view, too.
--
Jenn (from Oklahoma)
http://pqlr.org/bbs/



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You are bd are two hinky FREAKS!


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naaaaaa Dave is as sane and capable as everyone else here......

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Well.. you happen to be agreeing with a persona that appears to have a low
IQ, and uses sayings that contain foul language to bolster his appearance of
false superiority.  Hey, if you want to align yourself with someone like
that.. go right ahead.

Question.. what exactly do YOU contribute to this group?  I've been reading
for a while and haven't seen you do anything but jump into conversations so
you can diss someone else.

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You first.........LOL


ahh no wonder you hand out with JD ... you can't get through an entire post
without needing foul language to bolster your point of view, too.
--
Jenn (from Oklahoma)
http://pqlr.org/bbs /



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Heather wrote:
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It's not going to happen. Killfile them and be done with it until they
morph and then killfile them again. Screw em!


--
  JD..

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On Mon, 10 May 2010 21:55:33 -0400, "Rhonda Lea Kirk Fries"

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So if I wanted to express 0.5 as a vulgar fraction that would be
"feckin' point five"


Jim :)


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5/10, 6/12, 233/466, then get the lowest vulgar denominator...



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On Tue, 11 May 2010 14:12:29 -0400, "FromTheRafters"

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It was supposed to be a joke.


Jim


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And Rafters has an incredibly dry sense of humour and I took his reply as a
joke.  (G)  He is not your average American.........more like a Canuck or
Brit.....(joke)



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Oh, sorry!. Way too deep for me. Not the first time he's done that
though.


Jim :)


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Max Wachtel wrote:
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I'm also a Christian... what's that have to do with this image you are
discussing?

Define what you mean by "vulgar" or even "sexually oriented".  Do you mean
an image that turns people on? What do you mean because there are many
images that could fall into either category but are not removed from groups
that consider themselves to be family oriented.
--
Jenn (from Oklahoma)
http://pqlr.org/bbs/



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