From: "Alan Ellingson"
References: <3DEEB5A0.CA381740@earthlink.net> wrote in message
> Robert Baer America Is A Christian Nation, or Israel Maynot Exist.
> >HissyFit'n PaminiFarm wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> Can You Explain This One?
> >> When ever i close down 'puter, i must first
> >> unplug my telephone from the computer,
> >> because if i donot; when i turn on 'puter, my
> >> McAfee is disabled. Another thing is, after i
> >> turn on the computer, telephone calls start
> >> that have no one at the other end. I realize
> >> what i am saying will have little to know
> >> meaning to many, therefore please donot
> >> feel obligated to answer this post.
> >> Thank you'll
> >> Love From HissyFit'n PaminiFarm
> >> Proof U.S.A. Is a Christian Nation
> >> http://paminifarm.freeservers.com/Christnation.html
> >> Famous "urls" page http://paminifarm.bravepages.com/urls.html
> > Stupid questions:
> > 1) are you using an internal modem?
> > 2) is it one of those *!$&*^#!& "WinModems" (ie software "modem")?
> Your questions donot seem "stupid" to me
> so blast away with more of the same if you wish.
You need to answer the questions if you want help. Or post this on a
newsgroup that actually is concerned with fixing your modem/computer
> Everything is the same as it has been since i
> have had McAfee, so i donot feel what is in my
> computer should make a difference.
Alas, in the world of computers everything makes a difference. Even time.
> Also i as
> a free and suppossedly "protected" American should
> be able to use what ever product i wish in the
> privacy of my own home.
You can. No one would ever rob that right from such ardent protester of
non-existant threats. But don't expect everything you use to work right
every time. The only reason you have the right to bitch is because other
people have the right to make inferior products. Chances are you own a few
of those. Hence the "stupid questions" above.
> Blaming the victim is an
> old, worn-out trick, used by cheap mobsters that
> were once businessmen, so, Bubba, donot try to use
> that ol' trick on this ol' gal . . .
Yes, I saw a lot of blame being cast around this thread so far. Especially
blaming the victim. Caveat Emptor. You bought the computer. Don't attack the
person who might have helped you even though you posted this in the wrong
> Aside from
> that if you have something to offer, please spit
> it out, and do it without blame
Hmmm, that differs from what he asked...how?
>- or state your
> evidence as publicly as you have stated your
> unsubstantiated, possible slander.
Slander is spoken. This is written, it would be libel. If he had actually
done anything wrong.
This said, if you would like some help you need to submit as much
information as possible to a newsgroup devoted to helping people fix
computers. Neither of the two groups you cross posted this to is one such as
I just described unless you want to talk about viruses.