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Insane?

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superkitty@justpurrfect.invalid says...
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<<Chuckle>>

 An Air Force pilot? No wonder. For some insight into the intelligence
level of Air Force flight crew members, here are some of their
"malfunctions" and the corrective actions taken by the maintenance
folks:

http://www.f-16.net/aviation_jokes_article187.html


 When it comes to aviation, flight crew are the equivalent of computer
users. The maintenance folks are the equivalent of IT types in that they
know how things really work.

 I worked with a lot of flight crew members over the years and some of
them were top notch, sharp as a tack, individuals who I had a lot of
respect for. On the other hand, there were also some who were of the
dumb as a rock, primadonna type who thought they were better/smarter
than everyone else because they were officers. I don't know which type
BB is, but I have my suspicions.



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@nntp.charter.net:

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Geez, you will always be wrong. I was in electronics for six years in the
Air Force, and as soon as that tenure was up, I crossed over to the Navy
from which I received my pilots wings...six years active and another five
reserve...though flying was not my primary duties as anyone knows who is a
Navy pilot. My primary duties involved technical aspects of avionics and
aviation harware and software and testing flight characteristics for
special ops.

Every one knows Navy pilots are the best. Don't ask any more questions as
ye shall not receive more detail.

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No real need. I already provided extreme detail of your flight activities.
You like to brag about being a good guy, but fact is, you flew illegal
narcotics into the country and bragged about being good at it.
 



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Umm, no. You're trying to twist what I told you into what you've told
me. Won't work. You tried to tell me a server some distance away from a
closer one would always be faster. I explained that's not true and why.

When I mentioned electricity, You went further down the spiral and tried
to educate me on basic electrical principles. Moron.

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And your electrical rank is? Are you journeyman, lineman, master? what
EXACTLY? Did you keep up with it or just let it go?


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Cite where I was wrong. an MID will do fine. I don't claim myself as an
expert without being able to back it up.

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I personally find that amatuers, posers and wannabe's tend to do this.

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I've *never* wanted you or anyone else to take things I've said on blind
faith. I'm always willing to provide supporting evidence for anything
I've said. Recently, I mentioned mbam was a memory hog, someone
disagreed. I provided steps anybody can take to duplicate the results
and see for themselves that mbam chews ram. So you see, asshole, I don't
want you to take my word for it, I want you to see it with your own eyes
and KNOW I WAS RIGHT. That, is far far more important to me.

I'll give you another one. Sometime ago, an individual tried to load
winxp with SP1 using a known blacklisted key. I told them they'd be
specifically told by the service pack the key isn't valid and won't
install. They didn't believe me, so they did the test as was suggested.
Guess what? It did EXACTLY what I said it would, He was kind enough to
post with those findings, dining on crow in the process.

Another individual by the name of Relic claimed windows XP doesn't have
backup registries you could use in a pinch; He was suggesting the
original known good ones to be replaced and reinstall. For a known
registry corruption error. I suggested replacing hive files from the
_restore folder would get the machine back up and going, as it was just  
a corrupted registry file. This went on for days, until a 3rd party did
the test and confirmed! my results.

I'll 0wn you just like I did them, anytime you wanna challenge me.

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Egotistical? HAHAHA. Right, dude, I posted my dns benchmark. It doesn't
agree with your claims. Symantec isn't even in the top 5.


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http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk/dnsbenchmark.jpg

:)
 
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As already explained.
 
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http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk/dnsbenchmark.jpg

H0h0h0
 
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Nope.. See here:

http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk/dnsbenchmark.jpg
 



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You did not ... I did. You were hung up on how close a server was, and I
explained to you that other factors were at play. You only spouted that
out after I proved you wrong and only since today. Yesterday was a
different story Mr. Crawfish.




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Nice try.. I keep MID's tho.

Heres what you actually said...

This is what I said
Packet switching, fiber and routing all play a part. As well as server
load. IE: If the Cox DNS server is busy, symantec might outrun it's
replies from YOUR physical location. That does NOT mean it'll be the
same for everyone else using Cox.

I stand by what I said. Symantec is far slower for my systems, as is
proven in the dnsbenchmark jpg I already posted. Your claims of symantec
always being faster than your ISP (I don't even use Cox, but Cox is
faster on my benchmark) were wrong for a variety of reasons. Your
pathetic attempts to talk down or otherwise try and belittle me do you
no good. You're an idiot and we all know it.



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On this tho Bear, I agree with you:

If you were president, how would you handle the drug issue?

Decriminalize drugs. Take the profit out of it. Deal with the social
problems. The criminal element would disappear. Alcohol is legal. Are you
an alcoholic? I am not. Do we have problems with alcohol...yes. We would
no matter what.

Do you remember answering that question? [g]
http://prorev.com/bottoms.htm

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Bear wrote:

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You don't want the ones colored brown, that means they play games
with misspellings and sites they view as 'bad'.

 
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He also didn't actually run the benchmark. Notice no blue bar across the
top and no grid lines.


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That is an image of the custom list results which you didn't do and have
no clue, talking about results which you have no knowledge of as you
didn't perform the process, and that is a direct image from the results.
I can call you out on that too...and you would be proven wrong on that
one also. Dustin...you lost and don't have the balls to admit it.

See ya round.

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Dustin wrote:

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Oh, yeah.  He just did the first step.

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Don't let Dustin suck you in. Be your own man. Run the custom list like
Dustin didn't do and see for yourself....well, I'm assuming your a man.

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http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk/dnscustom1.png
http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk/dnscustom2.png

I not only ran the custom list this time, I ran the benchmark using it.
:)

You only created the custom list. lol


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Bear wrote:

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I have already done that, the last time was a month ago.  I know
how it works, thanks.

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It looks like this if you have the program create the png files for you:

First, custom list loaded, no test
http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk/dnscustom1.png

Heres the custom list after the benchmark test (again, I used the
programs png export feature instead of outright screen cap). You can
clearly see a difference tho. :)

http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk/dnscustom2.png

Bear stopped at the first part. He created the custom list, but never
followed thru.


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Dustin wrote:

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I know.  I'm familiar with the program.

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Well fuck. You /are/ right. I didn't run the test and my png was the
result of the process of developing the custom list which at that time I
thought was the test...a bit weird. Seeing your response made me go run
the test and Cox came out on top and Semantec was about .12 seconds
behind.

So I apologize to you for being a dick and I admit I was wrong. Damn.

I'll post this in the other forum. You know I hate it. :)

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Well,we were all wrong with various aspects up to the final test which I
was wrong about. I've also run it again and get different results. At
any rate, the time significance is not that significant.

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