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Old December 11th 10, 09:47 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
J. P. Gilliver (John)
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Default +1! Do not hijack this thread. Post a new post with your problems.

In message , Twayne
writes:
+1!


+2! However, you won't change this poster: he seems to enjoy pouncing,
and name-calling (I'm sure he'll respond to one of _our_ posts, and call
us silly names too).

In ,
Tim Meddick typed:
If someone decides that it's a good idea to reply to a post
from the stone age, I don't believe it requires anyone else
to follow in a cascade of foolishness and loose sight of


[Mind you, that should have been "lose" ... (-:]

common sense...
They will simply be alone with their solitary response -
and when - eventually - the poster realizes why his
solitary contribution is so eerily alone, he will cringe
inwardly with the rest of us!


(Yup, done it myself.)

It really does benefit no-one to call him by playground
names.


[I guess the name under which he posts ... (-:]

There should be only one unwritten rule in a group that has
no method to enforce any at it's disposal - keep your text
to the thread!
Your body of text has little to do with it's subject .

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :-)




"Harden Thicke" wrote in message
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Hey, you idiot...

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