| | Re: OT: FiOS newsgroups?
-= Hawk =- <Hawk@SPAMcfl.SUCKSrr.com> wrote:
>"Adam H. Kerman" <email@example.com> scribbled:
>>Dean <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>>What does use of fiber optics have to do with what a subscriber might
>>>>experience? Suddenly help desk droids will have useful information when
>>>>asked straight questions?
>>>Uh, DUH, perhaps some of their many thousands of subscribers may want to
>>>discuss solutions they've found to common problems and issues?
>>What is it with your inability to properly attribute someone else's
>>remarks when quoting? Don't do that again.
>Or Adam will tell you not to do it again. Fear that kind of power!
>>I don't expect the experience to be unique to having some fiber along
>>the network path, no. Hell, even cable companies may have fiber along
>>the path in many instances.
>>>Like, EXACTLY why anyone would have formed THIS newsgroup? A.C.V. has been
>>>an invaluable resource for me for years, arming me with (sometimes) correct
>>>answers to help me deal with the droids, and better yet, helping me avoid
>>>calling them for (sometimes) incorrect answers to begin with.
>>The question was about a generic group for fiber public internet
>>systems. I note your cellular group is carrier-specific.
>>>Geez, it's the Usenet Police!! Quick, everybody, hide your questions!!!
>>>Why not do us a service, and post your requirements for what constitutes a
>>>legitimate need for a newsgroup? We'll run with that.
>>-= Hawk =- is now in the business of blowing sunshine up your ***.
>>He's playing the Nice Usenet Policeman these days.
>Adam's funny, in a sad, destitute, decrepit, cross the street there's an
>old bum walking this way kinda way. He lies through his teeth, mostly
>because he's a lame old **** who's been here so long he's gone bitter
>and lonely defending usenet from people like you.
>So, Adam, where have I agreed with anyone lately? Oh, that's right,
>you're just lonely and need attention. Here, happy? I spent a few
>seconds laughing at you again.
I'm trying to think of anyone on Usenet you don't have bitter feelings
toward. Everyone else is such a disappointment to you. 'Tis okay, gives
you lots of others to blame, to excuse the pity you feel for yourself.
Still waiting for you to offer the help you promised to these deserving
proponents. You'll get right on that, won't you?