On Fri, 27 Aug 2010 03:57:31 -0700, in
>On 8/26/2010 10:40 PM, Nessnet wrote:
>> "John Navas" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>> Coming from YOU John, this is classic!!
>>>> I can think of FEW (if any) here over the years that have done the
>>>> above more than you.
>>>> (Well maybe one)
>>> Back into the killfile you go.
>> How typical this is for those so consistently proven full of crap.
>Surely you know by now that it's whatever he buys, or whatever he has
>personally used, that's automatically the best product or service on the
>market, regardless of reality.
It's only best for _my_ particular needs (reality), and that because
I've taken the time to thoroughly investigate facts, instead of relying
of prejudice and supposition, as you do.
>He never takes the time to learn anything
>because making things up is so much easier. Then he digs himself in
>deeper by trying to cover his lack of knowledge by being as obnoxious as
>If someone asks me about a product or service I use, I'll tell them why
>I chose it, based on actual reality, and include both the good and bad
>points. It makes no sense to have an emotional attachment to a
>corporation to the point that you feel compelled to consistently lie
>about their products, yet you see him doing that for many different
>products and services.
You've described yourself quite well.
At least you're right about something.
>As my original post in this thread stated: "Pretty good deal if you can
>live with Sprint's native 3G network coverage." I just wanted to make it
>clear to everyone that the low price of Virgin's unlimited data service
>comes with one big caveat that they need to consider. Even Virgin makes
>no secret of their limited coverage area, as their maps clearly show.
Except the coverage is not "limited" -- it's actually good.
>> Thanks for the hearty laugh John
>His antics ceased to be funny a long time ago.
'Those who have evidence will present their evidence,
whereas those who do not have evidence will attack the man.'
"It is better to sit in silence and appear ignorant,
than to open your mouth and remove all doubt." -Mark Twain
"A little learning is a dangerous thing." -Alexander Pope
"Being ignorant is not so much a shame,
as being unwilling to learn." -Benjamin Franklin