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Old 05-09-2007, 10:24 PM
thegoons
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Default Rod Speed

Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else, and
has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to this
post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he uses,
along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all relax in
knowing what's best for us all.



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Old 05-10-2007, 04:58 AM
James Bell
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"thegoons" <thegoons@bigpond.com> wrote in message
news:46423dd0$0$16275$88260bb3@free.teranews.com.. .
> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else, and
> has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to this
> post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he uses,
> along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all relax in
> knowing what's best for us all.



Rod worked for the PMG for 40 years so he is a dyed in the wool Telstra
supporter.



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Old 05-10-2007, 09:13 AM
Two Bob
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>> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else,
>> and has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to
>> this post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he
>> uses, along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all
>> relax in knowing what's best for us all.

>
>
> Rod worked for the PMG for 40 years so he is a dyed in the wool Telstra
> supporter.


Rod is many things, but I see no evidence of him being a telstra supporter,
he seems to have a fairly balanced outlook with most carriers. I also highly
doubt he is in his late eighties.



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Old 05-10-2007, 01:21 PM
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"James Bell" <jbell@telstra.net.au> wrote in message
news:9Ex0i.35884$M.22089@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
>
> "thegoons" <thegoons@bigpond.com> wrote in message
> news:46423dd0$0$16275$88260bb3@free.teranews.com.. .
>> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else,
>> and has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to
>> this post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he
>> uses, along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all
>> relax in knowing what's best for us all.

>
>
> Rod worked for the PMG for 40 years so he is a dyed in the wool Telstra
> supporter.
>


Was nice of the PMG to keep a dunnycleaner in a life-long career at Griffith
exchange and line-yard.



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Old 05-10-2007, 07:06 PM
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Two Bob <dept9@iprimus.com.au> wrote:

>> Rod worked for the PMG for 40 years so he is a dyed in the wool Telstra supporter.


> Rod is many things, but I see no evidence of him being a telstra supporter,


Yep, dont currently use them directly for anything at all.

The most I ever do is rub fool's noses in the fact that telstra's
profit leaves all the rest for dead, in fact leaves the total of all
the other telcos that operate in this country for dead, by far.

> he seems to have a fairly balanced outlook with most carriers.


> I also highly doubt he is in his late eighties.


Yeah, tad unlikely.



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Old 05-11-2007, 05:11 AM
atec 77
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James Bell wrote:
> "thegoons" <thegoons@bigpond.com> wrote in message
> news:46423dd0$0$16275$88260bb3@free.teranews.com.. .
>> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else, and
>> has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to this
>> post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he uses,
>> along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all relax in
>> knowing what's best for us all.

>
>
> Rod worked for the PMG for 40 years so he is a dyed in the wool Telstra
> supporter.
>
>

Cleaning the crapper quolifies a person for nothing but the obvious and
it aint a technical brief .

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Old 05-12-2007, 06:33 AM
Michael J
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"thegoons" <thegoons@bigpond.com> wrote in message
news:46423dd0$0$16275$88260bb3@free.teranews.com.. .
> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else, and
> has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to this
> post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he uses,
> along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all relax in
> knowing what's best for us all.
>
>
> --
> Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
>


LOL,



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Old 05-13-2007, 10:45 AM
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On May 12, 4:33 pm, "Michael J" <mich...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "thegoons" <thego...@bigpond.com> wrote in message
>
> news:46423dd0$0$16275$88260bb3@free.teranews.com.. .
>
> > Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else, and
> > has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to this
> > post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he uses,
> > along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all relax in
> > knowing what's best for us all.

>
> > --
> > Posted via a free Usenet account fromhttp://www.teranews.com

>
> LOL,


Oh its rod speed, i named him ron. Would like to know his true up/down
speed with dialup. Otherwise he has conformed to that which he is
against? And he is a former dunny cleaner at PMG? That would explain
his continuous 'objection' to views of other Usenet users on
Aus.comms.

Wonder if 'rod' would know what will happen to The COSPAS SARSAT
System?
Or maybe what the 156E GOV Satellite Network does?

I'd like to think 'rod' could be more useful and inform this Usenet
group on changes to the Commonwealth RadCom legislation and how this
might affect us?
With 'rod's' years of experience and demonstrated background of
telecom (his views are quite to the point) he should have no problems
showing us what communications (wired or not) are about??

How about it "rod"?


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Old 05-15-2007, 09:59 AM
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Default Re: Rod Speed

Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying **** with a
brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be hard put
to beat him in an argument. His view isn't always balanced either, but
it usually contains a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped in attitude
from hell/

Don't like it? Big deal, lots don't. Get over it.



and Two Bob wrote:
>>> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else,
>>> and has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to
>>> this post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he
>>> uses, along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all
>>> relax in knowing what's best for us all.

>>
>> Rod worked for the PMG for 40 years so he is a dyed in the wool Telstra
>> supporter.

>
> Rod is many things, but I see no evidence of him being a telstra supporter,
> he seems to have a fairly balanced outlook with most carriers. I also highly
> doubt he is in his late eighties.
>
>


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Old 05-15-2007, 09:18 PM
Michael J
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Default Re: Rod Speed

Hear hear!

"Alice" <e@shitanddie.com> wrote in message
news:464984c8@dnews.tpgi.com.au...
> Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying **** with a
> brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be hard put to
> beat him in an argument. His view isn't always balanced either, but it
> usually contains a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped in attitude from
> hell/
>
> Don't like it? Big deal, lots don't. Get over it.
>
>
>
> and Two Bob wrote:
>>>> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else,
>>>> and has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond
>>>> to this post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan
>>>> he uses, along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can
>>>> all relax in knowing what's best for us all.
>>>
>>> Rod worked for the PMG for 40 years so he is a dyed in the wool Telstra
>>> supporter.

>>
>> Rod is many things, but I see no evidence of him being a telstra
>> supporter, he seems to have a fairly balanced outlook with most carriers.
>> I also highly doubt he is in his late eighties.
>>



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Old 05-16-2007, 02:32 AM
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On May 10, 8:24 am, "thegoons" <thego...@bigpond.com> wrote:
> Seeing that Rod Speed knows everything, is better than everybody else, and
> has to have the final word on everything, perhaps he could respond to this
> post and advise us which home/landline phone provider and plan he uses,
> along with the same for mobile and internet, so that we can all relax in
> knowing what's best for us all.
>
> --
> Posted via a free Usenet account fromhttp://www.teranews.com



Despite your cynical implications, I find what Speedo has to say quite
interesting and provocative (but no one is infallible), although he
does seem somewhat cryptic at times (and he is perhaps too personally
abusive, although it is amusing), when I am interested in information
concerning digital technology. It is, in fact, quite good that he
does take the trouble to present his opinions in forums such as this,
since, no matter what his particular personal situation is, it is good
that he is available to help us with information, when most would not
be able to do so.


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Old 05-16-2007, 08:26 AM
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Alice wrote:
> Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying **** with a
> brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be hard put
> to beat him in an argument. His view isn't always balanced either, but
> it usually contains a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped in attitude
> from hell/
>
> Don't like it? Big deal, lots don't. Get over it.


You gotta love Usenet! Free speech rules!


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Old 05-16-2007, 11:26 AM
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Hear Hear! Let's get it all out of the way then.

Rod Speed,

I love you.

Alice wrote:
> Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying **** with a
> brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be hard put
> to beat him in an argument. His view isn't always balanced either, but
> it usually contains a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped in attitude
> from hell/
>
> Don't like it? Big deal, lots don't. Get over it.
>


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Old 05-17-2007, 12:18 AM
atec 77
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Nole Boaday wrote:
> Hear Hear! Let's get it all out of the way then.
>
> Rod Speed,
>
> I love you.

you're homosexual ?
philthy will be pissed
>
> Alice wrote:
>> Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying **** with
>> a brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be hard
>> put to beat him in an argument. His view isn't always balanced either,
>> but it usually contains a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped in
>> attitude from hell/
>>
>> Don't like it? Big deal, lots don't. Get over it.
>>


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Old 05-17-2007, 11:24 AM
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Alice <e@shitanddie.com> writes:

>Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying **** with a
>brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be hard put
>to beat him in an argument.


That's mostly because Rod won't justify anything he asserts and he turns
to insult anytime he loses the upper hand. You can only win an argument
with a person who is at least semi-rational and is willing to admit
defeat when it stares them in the face.

> His view isn't always balanced either, but
>it usually contains a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped in attitude
>from hell/


Rod's viewpoints are usually presented as incontrovertible truths
without any elaboration on the logic (if any) behind them, so any
logic you see is more likely a figment of your imagination due to
agreeing with whatever it was.

>Don't like it? Big deal, lots don't. Get over it.


Agreed. There's no point at all getting mad at Rod. You'll just
give yourself heartburn or high blood pressure. Rod's a sociopath;
insulting you is his natural state and so more fool you if you let
him get you riled up.

Rod, have you ever tried Scientology? These are people who train
at eliminating emotional reactions from one other. I bet you could
stir them up big time, even without mentioning Xenu.

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Old 05-17-2007, 06:08 PM
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Nick Andrew <nick@spamtrap.nick-andrew.net> wrote
> Alice <e@shitanddie.com> writes


>> Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying ****
>> with a brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be
>> hard put to beat him in an argument.


> That's mostly because Rod won't justify anything he asserts


Bare faced lie, as always from you.

Have fun explaining the comment about plenty getting perfectly
adequate performance with adsl2 in the current thread claiming
that broadband is slower here than anywhere else.

<reams of your peurile **** thats all you can ever manage, flushed where it belongs>

>> His view isn't always balanced either, but it usually contains
>> a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped inattitude from hell/


> Rod's viewpoints are usually presented as incontrovertible truths
> without any elaboration on the logic (if any) behind them, so any
> logic you see is more likely a figment of your imagination due to
> agreeing with whatever it was.


See above.

<reams of your peurile **** thats all you can ever manage, flushed where it belongs>



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Old 05-17-2007, 09:02 PM
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"Nick Andrew" <nick@spamtrap.nick-andrew.net> wrote in message
news:f2he20$n76$1@godzilla.zeta.org.au...
> Alice <e@shitanddie.com> writes:
>
>>Speed can be an annoying **** at times, but he's an annoying **** with a
>>brain and a half. You might not agree with him, but you'll be hard put
>>to beat him in an argument.

>
> That's mostly because Rod won't justify anything he asserts and he turns
> to insult anytime he loses the upper hand. You can only win an argument
> with a person who is at least semi-rational and is willing to admit
> defeat when it stares them in the face.
>
>> His view isn't always balanced either, but
>>it usually contains a fair degree of logic - albeit wrapped in attitude
>>from hell/

>
> Rod's viewpoints are usually presented as incontrovertible truths
> without any elaboration on the logic (if any) behind them, so any


That can be the frustrating thing about Rod

> Agreed. There's no point at all getting mad at Rod. You'll just
> give yourself heartburn or high blood pressure. Rod's a sociopath;


Nope.

> insulting you is his natural state and so more fool you if you let


He just doesnt tolerate fools

> him get you riled up.


All in all, its great entertainment. Without Rod there wouldnt be much
reason to visit




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