Quote: "sllllooooooooooooow" <== we're no analphabets here. Writing the word correctly e.g. "slow" is absolutely enough. There is no point in writing "slllllooooooooooooooow" as if it was our fault that your ISP sucks.mcrofutt wrote: I wasn't aware that my language was offensive.
I was just making fun ... Don't take this too personal please. As I said ... there can be hundreds of reasons why some destinations all of a sudden can't be reached from one's location.mcrofutt wrote: I didn't know this would turn into a political thing.
Dude, I was talking about myself and that buddy of mine, that Ex-Marine .... I wasn't calling you a "fool", I was referring to myself and that ex-coworker when we were "horsing around" why YouTube wasn't working for me. During our absolutely-not-serious discussion he came up with all those funny theories why YouTube was "probably" down .... That's what I meant with "two fools fooling around". That "theory" about "forgotten Clinton tapes" was also one of the jokes he made; it just came to my mind when I used YouTube as an example above. I wasn't "getting political" ....mcrofutt wrote: I'm not one of your fools.
scorp123 wrote:Please mind your style and your language!
Your posting has been moderated.
Yeah right, those 1500+ postings of mine are all 100% uncivil and I'm just here to annoy everyone. All those people saying "thanks" because I was able to solve their problem and the ones contacting me via private messages and my private answers are all just a product of my imagination ....Jerry339 wrote: with hardly ever a civil answer
Depends on what is being asked I guess. Besides: Go to any IRC channel and I swear you will miss my "friendliness" for the tone in IRC is much much harsher there . I said it before: Some people have higher levels of tolerance than others, and some people here seem to have ridiculously low tolerance levels But hey, just stay away from me and my postings and you will be fine I guess? Welcome to my ignore listJerry339 wrote: Your replies has to be the worst of any forums when someone ask a question
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