References: <0001HW.B9C26E7400A7161B165FEAC0@news.covad.net> <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Best way to power array of LEDs?
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Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 20:45:12 GMT
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Organization: Road Runner
"JoeBloe" wrote in message
> On Wed, 09 Oct 2002 23:02:39 GMT, "daestrom"
> Gave us:
> You dumbshit. I didn't "spoof" anything. You don't even know what
> the word means... obviously.
> What I post under is a nym, you retard. I do not give an e-mail
> address, but THAT isn't even required to determine the origin of a
> post, you total moron. This is usenet, anonymity is totally different
> than tracing server hops.
> You make me laugh.
> My post clearly shows that I am from cox.net which places me in
> North America, jerk.
Oh, and aren't you just so proud of this....
!!Reply-To: "Fat Bytestard"
!!From: "Fat Bytestard"
!!Subject: ATTENTION EVERYONE
!!Organization: The Bat at The End of the Universe
!!X-Newsreader: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4807.1700
!!Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 08:43:16 -0500
!!NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 07:46:09 CDT
Proving that you do know how to connect to another news server (and spoof
reply addresses so we all would think it came from one of the people you
slam more often than most).
So that whining you made about you 'obviously' being from cox.net is
probably no more valid than you being from newsfeed.slurp.net. Which does
accept connections from outside its domain but requires authorization. How
long did you whack at that server before you hit a password?
Guess you were worried about posting such an inflammatory message from your
home isp. But you should have at least changed your dummy domain. The
anonymity of 'thebarattheendoftheuniverse.org' has been somewhat compromised
By the way, in the organization line you misspelled 'bar'. Another clue
that the .org you use is phony (which I proved earlier since it isn't even
registered to anyone). Geeez, good hackers at least use a real domain name
so it looks plausible.
BTW, how's the service at 'dtgnet.com'? Or is this just a machine you've
compromised (dtgnet is another high speed access provider covering multiple
states). Oh well, machine doesn't 'ping' right now.