there are a few ways to gain the respect of others, including those that
read newsgroups. here are a few of the better ones.
give good, simple advice.
respect others opinions, even if you disagree with them.
learn how to spell, or use spell checker.
pick a screen name, and stick with it.
and here are a few ways to loose peoples respect :
curse at them.
call them names.
give bad advice.
send them on wild goose chases.
respond to a sensible question with totally useless gibberish.
instead of commenting on the subject that is being talked about, go off on a
completely different tangent.
change your screen name at least 3 times a week.
you read how to win friends and influence people
what makes you think i care if you respect me or not
tom i could CARE LESS what thefuck you bunch of foctards
pretty plain to see that you are upset
or you wouldent write stupid trivia about
a new book you just read
take a good look in a mirror
your the one with a personality disorder
think of it this way
hurc was trolling for fools and hooked a tom
tom ever see the wheels on a boat?
your an imbicle back yard HACK
and who really cares about a dumb fuck who bought a ford
every time i see one get sold I say there goes another DUMB FUCK
Those kinds of remarks listed below will get you in shit loads of
trouble. I know someone who works for a company that does 100% DoD
(department of defense) contracts. This person informed me that the
FBI and other government agencies look for people who make such
remarks. They are looking for possible terrorists.
There is such a thing as free speech but I have seen some of your
shitty posts that indicate that you feel that we deserved 911.
Rest assure Hurc, the the "powers that be" either know exactly who
you are or they will find out soon enough. Good luck, you will be
Good bye Hurc.
On Sat, 28 May 2005 06:41:12 GMT, flaming/"c/"" @yahoo.com wrote:
Sure they are. That's why we gotta take off our shoes now at airport
Hurc's Canadian, a sovereign nation outside the juristiction of most agencies
of the US without State Department intervention. You might remember that many
of the U.S. draft dodgers and deserters fled to Canada for refuge during the
Vietnam era, knowing that.
The FBI cannot censor his writings. He might work at a Ford Dealership in
Calgary, and all his posting might be on his equipment, his internet
connection, and pretty much unenforcable to your way of thinking by his
employer. Besides, his boss might even agree with his political views.
Baloney, if they were worried about Hurc's political antagonism, "they" (those
charged with eliminating terrorists based on speech) would've done something
about it by now. He's not a threat. He doesn't speak in widely regarded
forums on the subject, and we don't know, since we don't know who Hurc is, if
he's ever had an opinion letter published in a Candian or U.S. published
newspaper or magazine. Once again, his speech is harmless, whether you agree
with his opinion or not, and therefore he'll be 'allowed' to post it in
alt.autos.ford with impunity.
Just too hard to say it and mean it. Sadly, Hurc will be posting here long
after you probably get bored with the newsgroup and leave of your own accord.
Hurc gets his jollies by rankling the likes of Tom Moats, Tom Adkins, and of
recent note, Jim Warman.
He's predictable though (and I like to pick on his nickname, what more is
there to say about hot air going around in circles), so you now rate a one
He's got to be the most educated poster in Usenet, with all the "lessons" he's
been given over the years.
Sorry, but none of this washes. I work for a metro police service and unless
you can PROVE who was behind a keyboard at a particular time, which is
impossible, the possibilities of prosection are zero. That said, it is also
why all the pinheads, like this one, come out on the net... they can hide,
they can't be held accountable. Another word for that is coward. It's a
fact. On all counts. Right coward?
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