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David H. Lipman wrote:  


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I get the feeling you two didn't leave on good terms with Marcin.  No
reply necessary, just an observation.


<aside>  When does your magical (and unenforceable) NDA expire?  Dusty
won't say much about MBAM claiming this piece of paper is preventing it.  










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They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
 deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Ben Franklin

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Careful, that sort of speak will get you painted as a troll. :)


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It's Dustin. Another poster already explained how NDA's work. David Lipman if  
he responds at all will only confirm we're under one. Likely nothing more.


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Take it easy... Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy.  
Lighten up while you still can. Don't even try to understand.  
Just find a place to make your stand and take it easy!


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Dustin wrote:  

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That little pet name for you really gets under your skin, eh?


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They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
 deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Ben Franklin

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G. Morgan wrote:
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His recently deceased grandma used to call him "Dusty", Graham.

Sometimes memories are painful. It's hard to believe that my nephew,  
Jack, was killed in a car crash exactly 10 years ago today. Time flies  
by, that's for sure.


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Lose something did you? Not quiet the same. How you could even compare the  
two is actually beyond me. You can backup data and prevent any loss. If you  
don't, your IT (or you) dept is incompetent. If a virus didn't get them, an  
HD failure would have.  

I know of no way to backup/restore a living person. Something you want to  
share? Or, was that just more horseshit coming from your mouth as a result  
of the sound trashing you took concerning EXEVALID and what it does? Be  
specific, script kiddie.

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No love lost on that one. You probably won't be teaching me anything new  
anytime soon, script kiddie. I've been 0wning punks like you for many a  
year; and when I encountered people with the attitude you've always shown  
me; I wasn't sorry for whatever happened to them.  

Other people who didn't have your attitude were the exception. People like  
you are all alike tho. You think you know a hell of alot more than you  
actually do and so you're all cocky about it. Until someone like me comes  
along... then we teach you, the hard way, not to be so cocky.  





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Take it easy... Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy.  
Lighten up while you still can. Don't even try to understand.  
Just find a place to make your stand and take it easy!


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Dustin your attitude is very disrespectful. You're talking to Pooh Cat who  
is an IT pro. You're an apprentice electrician who tried but failed to  
earn a living in computing.  

Little dogs bark loudest. Think about it!

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No Jax, you 'bark' loud and are a joke, with your constant ignorant and
childish teasing replies and comments.

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email.me:

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Buffalo you may want to ask Dustin if his Exevalid program works with all  
types of data. Seems it doesn't.  

Pride comes before a fall. And no one goes round with a bigger swaggering  
pride than Dustin.  :(

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Jax    

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it's not designed to work with all types of data. It's not a database  
program. It's designed to look for specific data in specific types of files.  
Please ask one of your techs to help you learn properly terminology and their  
expected usage so that you may pretend to have some knowledge of this subject  
for discussion. Ok? Thanks.
  


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Take it easy... Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy.  
Lighten up while you still can. Don't even try to understand.  
Just find a place to make your stand and take it easy!


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~BD~ wrote:  

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I was unaware of that.  I'll refrain from using that in the future.


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They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety,
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