From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Design of Experiments Workshop in NYC, SF, Miami
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Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 16:54:59 GMT
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On Mon, 09 Dec 2002 16:07:42 GMT,
email@example.com (John Fields),
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Re: Design of Experiments Workshop in NYC, SF, Miami",
Wrote the following:
|Here's an interesting response I got via email...
|(From a Dr. no less!^)
|In sci.engr and several other groups, you wrote...
|No one here asked anything about your course and yet, out of the
|appeared, extolling the virtues of your pecuniary scheme. While
|newsgroup isn't moderated and doesn't seem to have a hard and fast
|about who advertises here, most of the kind of crap you're trying
|isn't looked on with favor by most of the folks here, AFAIK. Of
|can only speak for myself, but when I've never seen you post
|but an ad, I kind of tend to think that you're bogus.
|Guess what? You are a spammer too. You posted in this thread
|more often than the original guy. Knock it off, or I'll have
|a talk with your postmaster. You have no business "speaking
|for yourself" and doing it in front of the world.
|Dr. Ron Graham
|founder of Usenet newsgroup sci.engr
|Professional circuit designer
Oh my! Oh my! Dr. Dork is going to have a "talk with your
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