Not illegal to complain but the complaint is "actionable" inasmuch as what
it intends to accomplish or suppress.
Now, someone who didn't like the topic and didn't like the tenacity that I
have in pursuing it, suggested that I might have too much time on my hands.
Actually, they are correct! Lately, I have been laid up due to an injury I
sustained after my vet prescribed my pet some dogfood. Well, I got home
with the food and decided to mix in some onions, bellpeppers, rice and some
lean ground beef.
Doggone it, that stuff sure smelled good simmering in its own gravy on the
I decided that my dog and I would each have a bowl. What could it hurt, I
surmised. Thirty minutes later, after having finished a lovely bowl of
dogchow, I bolted for the door, ran outside and began chasing a car down the
street and barking and howling. Well, I was hit by another car as I chased
the original car through the intersection!
Since then, I have been***ing my wounds and growling and whimpering. They
say those are the first signs that you have done something that you
shouldn't. I notice that a few of you have begun barking, whimpering and
***ing your wounds, of late.
> well, uhm...
> >That Buglady would stoop to attempt to silence me by seeing if she could
> >my news server to drop me is petty and immature and venal and mean and
> >illegal, should I decide to pursue it.
> Nope, nothing illegal about complaining about excessive crossposting or
> spammers. What Altopia choses to do with it is up to them. I told you
> twice not to crosspost my replies and you deliberately put the other
> back in. This takes forethought and effort, for if you just hit reply
> reply only to this group. I have never once complained about anyone who
> calls me names, told me I'm stupid or disagrees with what I have to say.
> You just don't have any common sense or courtesy. It has nothing to do
> silencing you. Now you crosspost everyone's messages. This is against
> TOS of most news servers/ISPs and there's a reason for it. People decide
> on their own to post to one group or another, its not up to you to add NGs
> to their original post for the gratification of spreading yourself all
> the net.
> take out the dog before replying