From: "Frank Bemelman"
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Subject: Re: Nazi Human Experimentation : 16 Ja 2003 - Pictures of My RadiationElectrocutionandBurns
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 23:31:49 +0100
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"John Woodgate" schreef in bericht
> I read in sci.electronics.design that News2020 wrote
> (in ) about
> 'Nazi Human Experimentation : 16 Ja 2003 - Pictures of My RadiationElect
> rocutionandBurns', on Fri, 17 Jan 2003:
> >Won't go on once the
> >people know about it.
> But people on every newsgroup you've posted to *already* know about it
> (more than they ever wanted to, as well). So, according to your
> 'reasoning', the phenomena should have stopped by now.
> Just what do you hope to achieve by posting to Usenet? You should be
> convinced by now that it's not doing you any good.
Some 10 years ago there was a particular idiot (Straver) who posted
all kinds of unrelated rubbish on a dutch newsgroup 'nl.neurs'.
It was his way of using 'dejanews' as his personal filing cabinet
annex database. Cheaper than making your own notes and backups.
He's still there today, filing all kinds of crap, day in, day out.
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