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Post by Diane Richar » Sat, 23 Oct 1999 04:00:00



donot sen any mor messages in the future and delete all message from my
computer
 
 
 

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Post by Diane Richar » Sat, 23 Oct 1999 04:00:00


didoyou get my message donot send any more messages in the future and
delete the 378 messages from my computer.
 
 
 

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Post by Dan and Marla Nikir » Sat, 23 Oct 1999 04:00:00


???????????????
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> donot sen any mor messages in the future and delete all message from my
> computer

 
 
 

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Post by Prem Subrahmanya » Sat, 23 Oct 1999 04:00:00


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> didoyou get my message donot send any more messages in the future and
> delete the 378 messages from my computer.

Um, Diane...in your software mark the newsgroup as "All Read" and get
a life...we're not going to be quiet so you can have a clean mailbox.

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Post by K Barret » Sat, 23 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> Ohhhhhhh,
> these orchids try men's (and wimen's) hearts and souls...

Uh, Mick, its spelled 'wimmen's' as in:
Ma loved Pa and Pa loved wimmen.
Ma caught Pa with one in swimmin'.
Here lies Pa.

Grave stone humor... I've sunk as low as grave stone humor.... I don't
think even Aaron Hicks has stooped so low....

Oh, the horror, the horror...

K Barrett

[Yes, as a matter of fact it is quite late here.]

 
 
 

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Post by Mick Fournie » Sun, 24 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Dan and Marla,

Yikes.... I would venture to say Diane definitely does not want to hear from
RGO anymore.  Has her heart been broken by RGO?  What RGO evil has been
unleashed on poor innocent Diane?  Could  someone be tormenting sweet Diane?
A lover?  A villain?  Or worse... an orchid nut?  My god... what horror has
befallen her?  And so close to Halloween on top of that!

Does Diane know (or not know) something that we "should" all know?

She seems to be struggling to free herself of RGO "input" but still the
"input" reaches her computer... her life... her essence.... her very
soul.... tickling the darkest depths of her you-know-whatsy-poo.  Ohhhhhhh,
these orchids try men's (and wimen's) hearts and souls... as Popeye the
sailor man would say.  Toot-toot.

Come forth all ye members of RGO and help... tell Diane (and the rest of us)
the secret to freeing yourself from RGO.   How can we break free of RGO's
grip for all time?  And, how does one really "delete" RGO messages from
their computer?  Can it be done?  (I think not).

Who knows the true story?  Even a clue would help?

Mick
www.OrchidFlask.com

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> ???????????????


> > donot sen any mor messages in the future and delete all message from my
> > computer

 
 
 

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Post by knisb.. » Sun, 24 Oct 1999 04:00:00


  And, how does one really "delete" RGO messages from their computer?
Can it be done?  (I think not).

  Mick,
  I think rgo messages are permanently burned into the hard drive- no
chance of removal...

  As for preventing further messages, we *could* all pass around a roll
of duct tape and a large box of Chinese finger traps.  Hard to type when
your keyboard's taped up and you're stuck in a finger trap.

  Doesn't sound like too much fun, either, does it?  On second thought,
nevermind.....

  Karen

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Before you buy.

 
 
 

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Post by Barbar » Sun, 24 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Hahahahahaha..... Thanks, Karen!
Quote:


> > Ohhhhhhh,
> > these orchids try men's (and wimen's) hearts and souls...

> Uh, Mick, its spelled 'wimmen's' as in:
> Ma loved Pa and Pa loved wimmen.
> Ma caught Pa with one in swimmin'.
> Here lies Pa.

> Grave stone humor... I've sunk as low as grave stone humor.... I don't
> think even Aaron Hicks has stooped so low....

> Oh, the horror, the horror...

> K Barrett

> [Yes, as a matter of fact it is quite late here.]

 
 
 

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Post by Barbar » Sun, 24 Oct 1999 04:00:00


What a horrible feeling it must be to be inundated with messages you did not
invite nor want. Sorta like the inlaws. Can't make 'em go away either...
Gotta close the door, turn off all the lights and make like you are not home.
In newsgroup language, that means, unsubscribe. <grin>

Barbara


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> ???????????????


> > donot sen any mor messages in the future and delete all message from my
> > computer

 
 
 

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Post by Ken Woodwar » Sun, 24 Oct 1999 04:00:00


You are correct, with one possible exception: you can delete your own
messages.
_________________
__ Ken Woodward ___
____Newton, MA___
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>   And, how does one really "delete" RGO messages from their computer?
> Can it be done?  (I think not).

 
 
 

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Post by Ken Woodwar » Sun, 24 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> To carry it one step farther.  Imagine if she subscribed to all 27,000 (or
> however many thousand her ISPcarries) news groups and now doesn't know how
> to stop the downloading of all those messages from all those newsgroups.
> She may not be able to get her computer to do anything else.   Even now,
she
> is sending out a message to the 4 thousandth newsgroup telling those
people
> to stop.  Years from now Diane will be telling her therapist how her life
> was ruined by the computer that wouldn't stop sending her messages.

> _________________
> __ Ken Woodward ___
> ____Newton, MA___



> > What a horrible feeling it must be to be inundated with messages you did
> not
> > invite nor want. Sorta like the inlaws. Can't make 'em go away either...
> > Gotta close the door, turn off all the lights and make like you are not
> home.
> > In newsgroup language, that means, unsubscribe. <grin>