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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Choosing the right transformer
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 18:36:24 +1100
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"Chuck Simmons" wrote in message
> > > I beg your pardon. To which remark do you refer?
> > THIS ONE :
> > > > >
> > > > > Yes, whatever.
> > >
> > ** Post **that ** under a perfectly correct statement of mine
> > and ALL HELL WILL BREAK LOOSE.
> Yes, whatever.
> I did agree with you. Precisely which part of the word "yes" did you
> find difficulty in understanding?
** You *are* begging for it aren't you ?
> "Whatever," since you don't seem to understand it either, is short for
> "whatever you say" in the context. Thus I wrote two affirmatives making
> doubly sure that there would be no doubt of the affirmation.
** It has a comom smartarse meaning - and you know that.
> Just a thought. Perhaps you might purchase a dictionary? This would make
> it easier to understand words.
** So we have another AUTISTIC cunt in the NG.
> > > > ** May I suggest it is NOT suitable for bashing people over the
> > > > with - esp me.
> > >
> > > What, may I ask, does "esp" mean in this context?
> > ** No - you fuckhead.
> Then I shall ask anyway. What does "esp" mean in this context?
** You must have a brain the size of a pea - but that is an insult to
Child molesters have more to recommend them than you do.
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