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  #31  
Old December 5th 19, 02:38 AM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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On 2019-12-04 16:25, David wrote:
On 04/12/2019 19:12, Ken Blake wrote:
On 12/4/2019 7:00 AM, Shadow *LIED*:

Â*Â*Â*Â***Are people able to "think" after 2 bottles of whiskey?
Apparently not coherently ...


Thinking coherently isn't the problem. Most people are not able to
*live* after two bottles of whiskey. That's way over a fatal dose for
almost everyone.


Shadow professes that he once was a medical doctor. A /REAL/ MD would
have known that the consumption of two bottles of whisky would
invariably be fatal!Â* ;-)

He's not only a Troll, he's lying too. You'll note that he didn't
provide the MID which would have shown you the truth. I stopped using
ClamXAV when I discovered that it's probably a scam.

An additional fact for you is that I've had no alcohol, none whatsoever,
since my target stop day - the first day of spring last year; 21 March 2018


it is extremely amusing to see posts from you claiming that someone else
is lying or a troll or both.
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  #32  
Old December 5th 19, 09:33 AM posted to alt.computer.workshop,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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Default [OT]BD-Thief!!! (Was was a payware disk utility

On Wed, 04 Dec 2019 22:14:20 -0300, Shadow wrote:

I wouldn't touch Win 10 with a barge pole.


Windows 10 is great.


Sent from my iFurryUnderbelly.

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  #33  
Old December 5th 19, 07:46 PM posted to alt.computer.workshop,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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Default [OT]BD-Thief!!! (Was was a payware disk utility

On 2019-12-05 03:33, p-0''0-h the cat (coder) wrote:
On Wed, 04 Dec 2019 22:14:20 -0300, Shadow wrote:

I wouldn't touch Win 10 with a barge pole.


Windows 10 is great.


Windows 10 is not as bad as Vista or WinME or Win8. This is far from
being good, much less great. Felines really should know better.



Sent from my iFurryUnderbelly.


  #34  
Old December 5th 19, 08:43 PM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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On 2019-12-03 18:35, David wrote:
On 03/12/2019 23:21, Wolffan wrote:
On 03 Dec 2019, David wrote
(in article ):

On 03/12/2019 12:01, Wolffan wrote:
On 02 Dec 2019, David wrote
(in article ):

On 25/11/2019 07:14, Diesel wrote:
David
Sun, 24 Nov 2019 08:36:23 GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On 24/11/2019 06:08, Diesel wrote:
David
Sat, 23 Nov 2019 10:54:15
GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On 23/11/2019 04:57, Diesel wrote:
David
Wed, 20 Nov 2019 23:40:09
GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

Has anyone reading here used a commercial product called Disk
Drill to recover data?

Yep, amongst others. So long as you understand it's
limitations, it's a useful program.

Thanks. How much did you pay for YOUR licence, Dustin?

That has what to do with your question?

It's a test of your honesty, Dustin.

I fail to see how disclosing a dollar amount to you results in a
passing or failing grade.

Let me re-phrase my question, Dustin.

Did you PAY for the product or did you STEAL it?

Bloody hell. Just when I think that you’ve gone as low as you can
possibly
go, you find ways to go even lower.

He's boasted before that he has stolen software costing $1000's and used
it with his clients in the motor industry. He charges his clients less
that they'd have to pay for the genuine software so they don't report
his criminal activity.


So you say. I believe nothing you post.


Then ask him yourself. Or don't you have the balls?


Are you really that pathetic?


I believe that what Dustin does is simply *WRONG*. YMMV.


I believe that you’re a drunkard, an idiot, and a filicide.


If I'd wanted your opinion I'd have given it to you! :-P


You are extremely stupid. You are extremely delusional. This especially
applies if you think that that line is in any way funny.
  #35  
Old December 7th 19, 07:19 AM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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Default Disk Drill

David
Mon, 02 Dec 2019 17:31:13 GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On 25/11/2019 07:14, Diesel wrote:
David
Sun, 24 Nov 2019 08:36:23 GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On 24/11/2019 06:08, Diesel wrote:
David
Sat, 23 Nov 2019 10:54:15
GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On 23/11/2019 04:57, Diesel wrote:
David
Wed, 20 Nov 2019 23:40:09
GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

Has anyone reading here used a commercial product called Disk
Drill to recover data?

Yep, amongst others. So long as you understand it's
limitations, it's a useful program.

Thanks. How much did you pay for YOUR licence, Dustin?

That has what to do with your question?

It's a test of your honesty, Dustin.


I fail to see how disclosing a dollar amount to you results in a
passing or failing grade.


Let me re-phrase my question, Dustin.


I didn't have any trouble with your question the first, or second
time you asked. I have no trouble interpreting it the third time,
either.

Did you PAY for the product or did you STEAL it?


How much I paid for it and when is your business how, exactly?

If it helps, I didn't mislead them for a student license. Unlike what
you did with another company that you proceeded to besmirch and slime
after they wisely, stopped responding to your emails and other
inquires. Did you try getting personal (don't bother, I already know
you did) with the individuals you contacted via email as well? You
tried it on me, too. And I suspect you do the same routine with
everyone you reach out to via email; asking for help and then getting
real nosy with the individual.

Which I find to be interesting in and of itself. When I stopped
responding to your emails, you tried to dox me on usenet. When they
stopped responding to your emails; you couldn't very well dox them
because nobody took the time to give you that information to abuse
yet, so you did the next best thing in your eyes, you slimed them on
usenet.

As I've told you, previously, all drunkards behave the same way, they
all have tell tale signs. Years before I had confirmation, I already
strongly suspected you had/still have a drinking problem.

You continue doing the things you do to various people and small
companies only because one or more individuals and/or companies
hasn't really pressed the issue with your local police as much as
they should. My upcoming new years resolution is to give them all the
information they need along with strong encouragement to join myself
and several others that I already know for a fact have reached out to
your devon/cornwall police with limited effect, so far.

If enough of us complain and cite evidence showing what you're doing,
at the very least, it's an already existing paper trail in the event
one or more of us parts with some hard earned cash to come after you
in a legal manner.

The idea is pretty simple really; complain and continue complaining
to your local coppers until they get off their lazy british asses and
come have another talk with you. If they continue ignoring us, heh,
that's just going to get them in hot water legally with you when one
or more of us goes through proper legal channels here and gets
someone with official status in LE to talk to your cops on our
behalf.

Your saving grace so far seems to be their reluctance to do anything
about someone issuing complaints for you for stalking from across the
pond as a private citizen. They may not be so passive if a police
officer or someone who outranks them from across the same pond
reaches out instead. Cyber stalking is real, it's no joke, and my
country has passed new felony level laws against it. Last time I
checked, your country does comply with our laws concerning you
breaking them.

Copyright infringement is also a growing concern, primarily backed by
the RIAA, but even us tiny persons do benefit from some of the new
laws they're passing and working on getting passed. You might find
yourself on the receiving end of multiple lawsuits for your willfully
repeated copyright infringing activities. You're guilty as ****, I
saved ALL of your youtube comments and usenet posts taunting me.
Admitting it was my property, that you had no permission to upload it
anyplace, admitting you knew this all, and uploaded it anyway. Then,
daring me to do something about it.

And you did this multiple times with my media. You've passed copies
of it around asking others to help you with it, and you've tried to
use it along with another of my personal pictures to try and stalk
me. You've solicited the help from others in further stalking
efforts; I saved those threads too, David.

All of your bull**** is going to come to an end in one of the
following ways for you at some point. And, I suspect it's going to be
a lot sooner than later, David. Atleast in so far as the second
option. The one I'd prefer is used.

(1) You'll voluntarily stop
(2) One or more of us will finally get the ear of the right person in
your police department and you'll finally have to pay the piper.
(3) You'll ****ing die and we'll never see another post of any kind
from you.


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  #36  
Old December 7th 19, 07:19 AM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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Ken Blake
Wed, 04 Dec 2019 19:12:58 GMT
in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On 12/4/2019 7:00 AM, Shadow wrote:

**Are people able to "think" after 2 bottles of whiskey?
Apparently not coherently ...


Thinking coherently isn't the problem. Most people are not able to
*live* after two bottles of whiskey. That's way over a fatal dose
for almost everyone.




Jesus,

Please don't encourage the sick **** further.

Have you been approached by David Brooks (DB, ~DB~, and 60+ other nyms)?

To prevent yourself from being a victim of cyber
stalking, it's highly recommended that you visit he

https://tekrider.net/pages/david-brooks-stalker.php
https://web.archive.org/web/20191103112509/https://tekrider.net/pages/david-brooks-stalker.php

Before responding to any posts created by David Brooks, BoaterDave,
BD, etc (he has a collection of nyms) it's strongly advised you
visit any of these links and do some reading beforehand. Don't get
yourself into the same position so many others (including myself)
have with him. He is a bat**** crazy, stalking troll, amongst other
terrible things. He isn't your friend, has no need for friends, and
will use you to help him stalk other people he has a problem with.
Consider yourselves more than fairly warned.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!search/david$20brooks$20boaterdave
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!fo...ooks-the-troll
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!search/david$20brooks$20devon

Don't become the next David Brooks cyberstalking victim!
Visit https://tekrider.net/pages/david-brooks-stalker.php (10/10 WOT)
to learn more. If you've already become a victim or know someone who
has, you can provide the following information to them, your lawyer,
local law enforcement, etc.
https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk - His local police. Report?
David Brooks (BoaterDave)
Jersey Cottage 86 Granary Lane
Budleigh Salterton Devon EX9 6ER United Kingdom
Phone: 44-1395-443340 (H) 07974-193550 (M)
Email(s): ,



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  #37  
Old December 7th 19, 07:19 AM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
Diesel
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David
Tue, 03 Dec 2019 22:56:59 GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On 03/12/2019 12:01, Wolffan wrote:
On 02 Dec 2019, David wrote
(in article ):

[snip]

Let me re-phrase my question, Dustin.

Did you PAY for the product or did you STEAL it?


Bloody hell. Just when I think that you’ve gone as low as you
can possibly go, you find ways to go even lower.


He's boasted before that he has stolen software costing $1000's
and used it with his clients in the motor industry. He charges his
clients less that they'd have to pay for the genuine software so
they don't report his criminal activity.


You *ARE DESPERATE* and whining like a bitch in this post.

I believe that what Dustin does is simply *WRONG*. YMMV.


I believe that what you've been doing to people, including myself,
for years now, is wrong and highly illegal. I believe that more of
us have to reach out to your police and express our issues with you.
They can't continue to ignore us. You are a problem, and, if enough
complaints come in, maybe it won't cost us a dime to have something
done with you.

So, I'm going to sign all of my posts with the following information
to assist others in contacting your police department over their
concerns. I'm going to encourage anyone else you've ****ed with to
reach out and use the information available in this post to help
'hang you out to dry'. How do you like those Apples, you sick,
stalking ****?

Have you been approached by David Brooks (DB, ~DB~, and 60+ other nyms)?

To prevent yourself from being a victim of cyber
stalking, it's highly recommended that you visit he

https://tekrider.net/pages/david-brooks-stalker.php
https://web.archive.org/web/20191103112509/https://tekrider.net/pages/david-brooks-stalker.php

Before responding to any posts created by David Brooks, BoaterDave,
BD, etc (he has a collection of nyms) it's strongly advised you
visit any of these links and do some reading beforehand. Don't get
yourself into the same position so many others (including myself)
have with him. He is a bat**** crazy, stalking troll, amongst other
terrible things. He isn't your friend, has no need for friends, and
will use you to help him stalk other people he has a problem with.
Consider yourselves more than fairly warned.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!search/david$20brooks$20boaterdave
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!fo...ooks-the-troll
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!search/david$20brooks$20devon

Don't become the next David Brooks cyberstalking victim!
Visit https://tekrider.net/pages/david-brooks-stalker.php (10/10 WOT)
to learn more. If you've already become a victim or know someone who
has, you can provide the following information to them, your lawyer,
local law enforcement, etc.
https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk - His local police. Report?
David Brooks (BoaterDave)
Jersey Cottage 86 Granary Lane
Budleigh Salterton Devon EX9 6ER United Kingdom
Phone: 44-1395-443340 (H) 07974-193550 (M)
Email(s): ,


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  #38  
Old December 7th 19, 09:23 PM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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Default [OT]BD-Thief!!! (Was was a payware disk utility

On Wed, 4 Dec 2019 12:12:58 -0700, Ken Blake
wrote:

On 12/4/2019 7:00 AM, Shadow wrote:

**Are people able to "think" after 2 bottles of whiskey?
Apparently not coherently ...


Thinking coherently isn't the problem. Most people are not able to
*live* after two bottles of whiskey. That's way over a fatal dose for
almost everyone.


I had the ill fortune of dealing with my son the weekend he
overindulged the weekend before start of grade 12. As in high .30s
blood alcohol content with a police escort to hospital and emergency
treatment.

After he fell asleep that night I worked on what I knew would be one
of the most important speeches of my life and the next morning told
him that I knew he had wonderful dreams (which he is now well on the
way to achieving 10 years later) which I thought were great and fully
supported - but that the doctors told me that anything over .30
carries a risk of permanent brain damage and that nothing would hurt
me more than him being unable to realize his ambitions because of this
kind of damage. (Considerably more length than that but that was the
key point - fortunately for me my wife was 2000 miles away that
weekend visiting her parents - no question her reaction would have
been totally over the top and likely would have hurt the cause)

I'm not aware he's had more than one drink at a time on any occasion
since including at his wedding last summer. (He drank a lot at his
wedding but I heard him asking the bartender for soda water early in
the evening and again later on)
  #39  
Old December 7th 19, 09:30 PM posted to alt.computer.workshop,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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I wouldn't touch Win 10 with a barge pole.

Windows 10 is great.


Windows 10 is not as bad as Vista or WinME or Win8. This is far from
being good, much less great. Felines really should know better.


Going back to MS-DOS days Microsoft operating systems have gone back
and forth between fairly decent and outright clunkers.

Consider:
MSDOS 2.0 meh, 3.0 ok, 4.0 OMG - one of the worst ever, 5.0
reasonable, 5.1 meh, 5.2 / 5.22 decent, 6.0 meh, 6.2 best of the
MS-DOS line

Windows 1.0, 2.0 - OMG, 3.0 decent, 3.1meh, 3.11 (first to have any
kind of networking meh on the networking components, decent
otherwise), 4.0 OMG - nearly as bad as DOS 4.0, 95 - probably the best
early one they did, 98 - mostly bug fixes - meh, 7 - good for its
time, 8 OMG, 10 better than it's predecessors which could be good or
bad depending on your opinion.

My own opinion is that 10 and 7 are/were the best of an indifferent
lot.
  #40  
Old December 7th 19, 10:39 PM posted to alt.computer.workshop,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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On 12/7/2019 1:30 PM, The Horny Goat wrote:
I wouldn't touch Win 10 with a barge pole.

Windows 10 is great.


Windows 10 is not as bad as Vista or WinME or Win8. This is far from
being good, much less great. Felines really should know better.


Going back to MS-DOS days Microsoft operating systems have gone back
and forth between fairly decent and outright clunkers.

Consider:
MSDOS 2.0 meh, 3.0 ok, 4.0 OMG - one of the worst ever, 5.0
reasonable, 5.1 meh, 5.2 / 5.22 decent, 6.0 meh, 6.2 best of the
MS-DOS line

Windows 1.0, 2.0 - OMG, 3.0 decent, 3.1meh, 3.11 (first to have any
kind of networking meh on the networking components, decent
otherwise),



I agree with some of your assessments of versions, but not all of them;
however the reason for this post is to correct what you say about 3.11.

Windows 3.11 did not have any new network components. It was almost
identical to 3.1; it just incorporated a few new drivers that had
previously been issued separately.

You are undoubtedly thinking of Windows for Workgroups 3.11, which was
very different from Windows 3.11.

You are not the first person to make this error. It was a very common
error; many thousands (millions?) of people made it. It was all
Microsoft's fault; they shouldn't have used the name 3.11 for two such
different things, and they should have made the difference much clearer



4.0 OMG - nearly as bad as DOS 4.0, 95 - probably the best
early one they did, 98 - mostly bug fixes - meh, 7 - good for its
time, 8 OMG, 10 better than it's predecessors which could be good or
bad depending on your opinion.

My own opinion is that 10 and 7 are/were the best of an indifferent
lot.



--
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  #41  
Old December 7th 19, 11:43 PM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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On 07/12/2019 20:23, The Horny Goat wrote:
On Wed, 4 Dec 2019 12:12:58 -0700, Ken Blake
wrote:

On 12/4/2019 7:00 AM, Shadow wrote:

**Are people able to "think" after 2 bottles of whiskey?
Apparently not coherently ...


Thinking coherently isn't the problem. Most people are not able to
*live* after two bottles of whiskey. That's way over a fatal dose for
almost everyone.


I had the ill fortune of dealing with my son the weekend he
overindulged the weekend before start of grade 12. As in high .30s
blood alcohol content with a police escort to hospital and emergency
treatment.

After he fell asleep that night I worked on what I knew would be one
of the most important speeches of my life and the next morning told
him that I knew he had wonderful dreams (which he is now well on the
way to achieving 10 years later) which I thought were great and fully
supported - but that the doctors told me that anything over .30
carries a risk of permanent brain damage and that nothing would hurt
me more than him being unable to realize his ambitions because of this
kind of damage. (Considerably more length than that but that was the
key point - fortunately for me my wife was 2000 miles away that
weekend visiting her parents - no question her reaction would have
been totally over the top and likely would have hurt the cause)

I'm not aware he's had more than one drink at a time on any occasion
since including at his wedding last summer. (He drank a lot at his
wedding but I heard him asking the bartender for soda water early in
the evening and again later on)


I'm surprised that 'Shadow' hasn't returned to chastise you for failing
in your duties as a parent. He'd claim that had your son been brought up
'properly' he would never have nearly killed himself.

=

Personally, I can only imagine the anguish you must have gone through
during that night ten years ago. I'm delighted to learn that your son
recovered from his ordeal and I wish him a long and happy marriage.

As you're a goat, I'll send you a {{{{{HUG}}}}} and trust you'll have no
worse event befall you.
  #42  
Old December 8th 19, 12:36 AM posted to alt.computer.workshop,uk.comp.sys.mac,alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.freeware
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On Sat, 07 Dec 2019 12:23:39 -0800, The Horny Goat
wrote:

On Wed, 4 Dec 2019 12:12:58 -0700, Ken Blake
wrote:

On 12/4/2019 7:00 AM, Shadow wrote:

**Are people able to "think" after 2 bottles of whiskey?
Apparently not coherently ...


Thinking coherently isn't the problem. Most people are not able to
*live* after two bottles of whiskey. That's way over a fatal dose for
almost everyone.


I had the ill fortune of dealing with my son the weekend he
overindulged the weekend before start of grade 12. As in high .30s
blood alcohol content with a police escort to hospital and emergency
treatment.

After he fell asleep that night I worked on what I knew would be one
of the most important speeches of my life and the next morning told
him that I knew he had wonderful dreams (which he is now well on the
way to achieving 10 years later) which I thought were great and fully
supported - but that the doctors told me that anything over .30
carries a risk of permanent brain damage and that nothing would hurt
me more than him being unable to realize his ambitions because of this
kind of damage.


That's what good parenting is all about. You took him to a
medical facility and went on to care for him in later years.
Just about everyone I know has been in that situation because
of a family member, and it doesn't always end well. Few die from acute
intoxication, but many become alcoholics.

On the subject of alcohol-abuse, I know a person who was told
to stop drinking by numerous doctors, so he resorted to this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcohol_enema

He can still cross-post numerous OT/stalking/spam messages
(without the OT up) but the brain damage is quite apparent. And he has
trouble sitting down.

Going back to MS-DOS days Microsoft operating systems have gone back
and forth between fairly decent and outright clunkers.

Consider:
MSDOS 2.0 meh, 3.0 ok, 4.0 OMG - one of the worst ever, 5.0
reasonable, 5.1 meh, 5.2 / 5.22 decent, 6.0 meh, 6.2 best of the
MS-DOS line

Windows 1.0, 2.0 - OMG, 3.0 decent, 3.1meh, 3.11 (first to have any
kind of networking meh on the networking components, decent
otherwise), 4.0 OMG - nearly as bad as DOS 4.0, 95 - probably the best
early one they did, 98 - mostly bug fixes - meh, 7 - good for its
time, 8 OMG, 10 better than it's predecessors which could be good or
bad depending on your opinion.


You forgot to mention Win 98 SE, XP/2000 and ME in your
decent/"meh"/OMG classification.

[]'s


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