Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Snit » Sat, 22 Oct 2005 13:39:54


"Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/19/05
1:52 PM:


Will you admit you lied when you claimed this?


Will you admit you made up that quote?

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
discussion!)



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Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Tim Adam » Sat, 22 Oct 2005 20:39:56

In article <BF7DBF2A.34E7D% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,



I wrote it - to bad YOU can't understand the context it was written in and the
way YOU post it out of context is YOUR lie.

~more babbling by the idiot snit snipped

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written by snit as clearly shown:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Tim

 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Snit » Sat, 22 Oct 2005 22:34:19

"Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/21/05
4:39 AM:



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
discussion!)



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Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Tim Adam » Sun, 23 Oct 2005 05:22:03

In article <BF7E3C6B.34F0B% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,




The CONTEXT in which you are repeating it is the lie. How many times must I
repeat the FACT? Get somebody with more than half a brain cell to explain it to
you.

I entered a thread several months ago in response to a posting you had made.
This posting, by you, that referenced a link to an article on Apple's web site.
This article stated that users couldn't arrange the order that widgets loaded
nor could they delete them. You followed this link with an word 'ouch', clearly
showing your displeasure with this statement.

I popped in and show you just how easy it was to both arrange the load order and
delete these Apple installed widgets.

You then started directing people to the users home directory - a location that
didn't then, and still doesn't contain Apple installed widgets. Of course, you
still seem to think otherwise, but then I'm really not surprised.

I even stated in the previous thread that I was quite clearly dealing with Apple
installed widgets but you can't seem to understand that FACT either.

Now that I've proved you a liar once again, for about the third time for this
'claim' of yours, why don't you go back to school and get help with your reading
problem.

--
"I'm a troll that pisses off many CSMA regulars"
written by snit as clearly shown:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Tim
 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Snit » Sun, 23 Oct 2005 06:36:03

ha! You at least are trying to defend your BS and not just snipping and
running (though you are *also* dishonestly snipping!)- still I shall
respond.

"Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/21/05
1:22 PM:


Context does not explain away your lie where you clearly, above, dishonestly
claim I wrote a statement and then later honestly admit you wrote it. Like
your buddy Steve Carroll you think some magic and non-existent context will
make your lies go away. It does not work that way. Heck, not even Steve
will jump in and specifically support you on your tilde trolling... though
he does jump in offering you support by belittling me in the threads where I
point out your lies.


And here are the relevant parts of the thread:
<http://myweb.cableone.net/snit/tmp/tim-widgets.html> Feel free to verify
that on Google. Please note the thread was clearly and unambiguously about
the security risk of "silently" downloaded widgets that can are installed in
~/Library/Widgets. In case there was any question of this Daniel confirmed
it later.


Correct - I do not *agree* that it can not be done, but I do not like that
Apple does (did) not have a way to do this. I even mention that it is "not a
matter of intelligence, but technical competence". Apple has since
rectified my complaint.

My comment, of course, was in the context of the thread which was clearly
and unambiguously in reference to widgets installed in ~/Library/Widgets.

You made a reasoned misunderstanding assuming you had not been following the
thread. No big deal. I responded with, "In case you are actually trying to
be helpful and educate those who do not know that, I will say thanks... but
keep in mind that the comment was not a question about how to remove it, but
a comment about what Apple says about it. Still, some may not have known the
details of how to remove a Widget, so I will give you the benefit of the
doubt"

Clearly giving you the benefit of the doubt was a mistake... since you have
been trolling on the issue ever since.

Daniel Johnson also corrected you: "That's not where these auto-installed
widgets go. You should open your *home directory*, then Library, then
Widgets."

You responded to Daniels kind correction with your flaming: "Again, I'm just
addressing the line posted by snit. Not everybody is so clueless as he is.
If he know how to do it, he wouldn't have posted his 'Ouch!'"

Please note that you dishonestly claimed I was "clueless" about how to work
with the widgets - when I had clearly stated it was "not a matter of
intelligence, but technical competence". You have since back peddled and
admitted that my "ouch" merely was "showing [my] displeasure with this
statement". I appreciate the fact that you have corrected yourself in this
area, but I do wish you would be man enough to apologize or at least
acknowledge your previous errors and inappropriate flaming based on your
error. It is extraordinarily unlikely that you will do so - to admit to
such an error would take more character than you have.


The users home directory does, however, contain the widgets in question...
the ones Daniel was asking about in the thread and the ones I had responded
about. The fact that you missed this context originally is no big deal - if
you just read my post and not the rest of the thread I can see where you *at
first* were honestly con
 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Wall » Sun, 23 Oct 2005 14:05:52

On 22/10/05 4:22 AM, in article
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM , "Tim Adams"


<snip>


Cos there are only so many hours in the day, and Snit has so many other
'problems' that take priority!

--
"And I cry when there is nobody who understands that."- Snit
 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Tim Adam » Sun, 23 Oct 2005 21:41:50

In article <BF7EAD53.3506E% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,



There is no lie. Google backs up the entire bit I wrote. One addition I should
have made - it should have been 'context and snit's lousy reading comprehension'

~ more babbling by the idiot shit snipped.

--
"I'm a troll that pisses off many CSMA regulars"
written by snit as clearly shown:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Tim
 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Snit » Sun, 23 Oct 2005 22:11:24

Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/22/05
5:41 AM:




LOL! Please make up your mind... and then stop dishonestly snipping. You
are too ashamed by your lies, however, to even read the following - no less
try to offer a reasoned reply. I shall have fun shoving your lies in your
face every time you try flaming me and I opt to reply to your BS. What fun
we shall have!




-----
"Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/21/05
1:22 PM:


Context does not explain away your lie where you clearly, above, dishonestly
claim I wrote a statement and then later honestly admit you wrote it. Like
your buddy Steve Carroll you think some magic and non-existent context will
make your lies go away. It does not work that way. Heck, not even Steve
will jump in and specifically support you on your tilde trolling... though
he does jump in offering you support by belittling me in the threads where I
point out your lies.


And here are the relevant parts of the thread:
<http://myweb.cableone.net/snit/tmp/tim-widgets.html> Feel free to verify
that on Google. Please note the thread was clearly and unambiguously about
the security risk of "silently" downloaded widgets that can are installed in
~/Library/Widgets. In case there was any question of this Daniel confirmed
it later.


Correct - I do not *agree* that it can not be done, but I do not like that
Apple does (did) not have a way to do this. I even mention that it is "not a
matter of intelligence, but technical competence". Apple has since
rectified my complaint.

My comment, of course, was in the context of the thread which was clearly
and unambiguously in reference to widgets installed in ~/Library/Widgets.

You made a reasoned misunderstanding assuming you had not been following the
thread. No big deal. I responded with, "In case you are actually trying to
be helpful and educate those who do not know that, I will say thanks... but
keep in mind that the comment was not a question about how to remove it, but
a comment about what Apple says about it. Still, some may not have known the
details of how to remove a Widget, so I will give you the benefit of the
doubt"

Clearly giving you the benefit of the doubt was a mistake... since you have
been trolling on the issue ever since.

Daniel Johnson also corrected you: "That's not where these auto-installed
widgets go. You should open your *home directory*, then Library, then
Widgets."

You responded to Daniels kind correction with your flaming: "Again, I'm just
addressing the line posted by snit. Not everybody is so clueless as he is.
If he know how to do it, he wouldn't have posted his 'Ouch!'"

Please note that you dishonestly claimed I was "clueless" about how to work
with the widgets - when I had clearly stated it was "not a matter of
intelligence, but technical competence". You have since back peddled and
admitted that my "ouch" merely was "showing [my] displeasure with this
statement". I appreciate the fact that you have corrected yourself in this
area, but I do wish you would be man enough to apologize or at least
acknowledge your previous errors and inappropriate flaming based on your
error. It is extraordinarily unlikely that you will do so - to admit to
such an error would take more character than you have.


The users home director
 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Tim Adam » Sun, 23 Oct 2005 23:32:24

In article <BF7F888C.3524A% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,




Laugh all you want to. Google proves what I've been saying - no need to visit
YOUR web site and read YOUR spin. Googled works just fine.

~still more babbling by the circus clown snit snipped

--
"I'm a troll that pisses off many CSMA regulars"
written by snit as clearly shown:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Tim
 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Snit » Mon, 24 Oct 2005 02:35:18

Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/22/05
7:32 AM:


Like I need your permission to laugh at your inconsistencies and flip
flopping... did you even notice that you flip flopped? You went from:

The CONTEXT in which you are repeating it is the lie.

To

There is no lie.

About as fast as I have ever seen anyone alter their views.

In any case, this is what you will *always* run from. You will *never*
respond to the following... you will *always* snip and run from it.

Maybe you read it and *finally* figured out your errors - but are still
unwilling to admit to them.

Maybe you read it and are too stupid to figure out your errors - but then
you would have tried to respond.

Maybe you never even read it... too many words for you to handle at once.

Who knows?

All that can be conclusively said is that I and the Google record stand on
one side while you and your delusions run away on the other. I will shortly
stop responding to your running - but the Google record will likely be there
for a long, long time proving what an idiotic liar you are. And I will be
happy to shove your idiocy in your face whenever you start trolling and
flaming me. And not even your cretin crew buddies seem willing to back you
on this one, at least not directly. The most they will do is jump in and
try to obfuscate - doesn't that tell you something? When not even Steve
Carroll will accept your lies you know you have piled them too high. :)

-----
"Tim Adams" <teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM > stated in post
teadams$2$0$0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM on 10/21/05
1:22 PM:


Context does not explain away your lie where you clearly, above, dishonestly
claim I wrote a statement and then later honestly admit you wrote it. Like
your buddy Steve Carroll you think some magic and non-existent context will
make your lies go away. It does not work that way. Heck, not even Steve
will jump in and specifically support you on your tilde trolling... though
he does jump in offering you support by belittling me in the threads where I
point out your lies.


And here are the relevant parts of the thread:
<http://myweb.cableone.net/snit/tmp/tim-widgets.html> Feel free to verify
that on Google. Please note the thread was clearly and unambiguously about
the security risk of "silently" downloaded widgets that can are installed in
~/Library/Widgets. In case there was any question of this Daniel confirmed
it later.


Correct - I do not *agree* that it can not be done, but I do not like that
Apple does (did) not have a way to do this. I even mention that it is "not a
matter of intelligence, but technical competence". Apple has since
rectified my complaint.

My comment, of course, was in the context of the thread which was clearly
and unambiguously in reference to widgets installed in ~/Library/Widgets.

You made a reasoned misunderstanding assuming you had not been following the
thread. No big deal. I responded with, "In case you are actually trying to
be helpful and educate those who do not know that, I will say thanks... but
keep in mind that the comment was not a question about how to remove it, but
a comment about what Apple says about it. Still, some may not have known the
details of how to remove a Widget, so I will give you the benefit of the
doubt"

Clearly giving you the benefit of the doubt was a mistake... since you
 
 
 

Tim Adams runs from his lies again and again and again and again....

Post by Tim Adam » Mon, 24 Oct 2005 13:03:10

In article <BF7FC666.3529C% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,




Did I say you needed my permission to laugh? No, thats just another one of your
lies. See how you twist words? Google is your friend. now if you would lonly get
some help with your reading you might be able to figure out that I didn't lie,
Elizabot didn't threaten you, Steve Carroll didn't post as CSMA Moderator,
Elizabot didn't steal images from your web site etc.

~ More lies from the trolling snit circus snipped

--
"I'm a troll that pisses off many CSMA regulars"
written by snit as clearly shown:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Tim