"Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/21/05
And yet above you claim otherwise. Is this your admission that your above
claim is a lie?
Worse than that, you compounded your lie and wrote... and then snipped....
In reality it reads "You, Tim Adams, were the person claiming that the ~
told people to go to HardDrive/users/username/ while I, snit aka Michael
Glasser, stated the ~ indicated the name of the hard drive only."
Yet now you admit that you wrote the original. Do you admit that this claim
of yours - the one you snipped and I have returned - was a complete
fabrication on your part?
You also snipped:
Sure: < http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Feel free to double check that with Google.
We have been over this several time. And with your new made up quote you
are merely piling your lies higher and higher.
And please also note how both Daniel Johnson and I both gently and kindly
corrected you... and yet you responded with flaming and trolling.
The discussion was about a security hole of auto-installed widgets. These
widgets get installed to ~/Library/Widgets. Once again you show you have no
idea what the discussion was about.
Thank you for admitting you were not dealing with the context of the
question posed by Daniel in the thread in question - but in no context would
your comments about the tilde be correct.
Then why did you state: "Hard drive (or in their case ~) /library/widget.
NOT the ~/users/username/library/widget as at least one other person said,
and you agreed with a day or so ago."
Face it Tim: not only did you miss the context of the discussion (as you
admitted to when you just claimed that it was about Apple installed widgets)
but you *also* were ignorant about the use of the tilde.
You will not, of course, come clean on your mistakes - even though you
repeatedly have made it very, very clear (even in the post I respond to
where you admit you were speaking in a context other than that of the
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