Jesus said, "I am the way.....<snip>

Jesus said, "I am the way.....<snip>

Post by Larry Fin » Mon, 16 May 2005 11:17:42


Isn't it a sin to have such long subject lines? And to post stuff that's
waaaayy off-topic for the group?
 
 
 

1. Jesus said, "I am........ <nonsense snipped>

2. Beavis-Slapping Systems (was: <snip> anti-spam filter <snip>)

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Usenet Beavis writes:


Right.


Also http://www.yqcomputer.com/



Beavis, I hereby dispute the assertion that you can think.


Right Beavis. And a challenge advertises the fact that the sender is a
dumbass.


No, that's not much of a challenge at all.


I think that's a chance they're willing to take.


No they don't, stupid Beavis. Does AOL use them? Nope. Verizon? Nope.
Show me a mismanaged ISP that uses them and I'll show you one who has its
mail servers blacklisted for generating E-mail abuse.


What else do they tell you?


That's right. They belong to Bigfoot, right Beavis?


Right.


Right again.


Your kookfarts have been rather weak lately, Beavis. You need to get back
into shape.


Right.


Will do.


*SLAP*




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