On Apr 17, 12:01 am, Alex <n...@leng.id.au> wrote: > In aus.tv Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > > On Apr 16, 11:40 pm, Alex <n...@leng.id.au> wrote: > >> In aus.tv Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> > On Apr 16, 10:34 pm, Alex <n...@leng.id.au> wrote: > >> >> In aus.tv Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote: > > >> >> > I WON'T BE CHECKING THIS THREAD ANY MORE, 100+ POSTS IN A GOOGLE > >> >> > THREAD TAKES TOO LONG TO READ THIS MORONS BULLSHIT. > > >> >> *Chuckle* Usenet via Google Groups. I guess you really *are* > >> >> that clueless. > > >> > Look you idiot, if you correct me you will faulter yourself. > > >> You mean "falter", don't you genius? > > >> > Similar to if you tried to shoot me you would injure yourself, that > >> > way the human race is guaranteed to progress with my progeny. > > >> Correcting your numerous and often humorous errors is in no way like > >> perpetrating violence. > > >> This progeny you seem to think the human race can't do without - is > >> it of the same fictional composition as your porn-site millions? > > >> > Let's try and make something positive of this thread. > > >> > I can read an entire 25 post thread in 3 clicks, including the > >> > Favorites Button, so what's so special about newsreaders these days.. > >> > click click scroll click scroll click click scroll click scroll click > >> > click scroll click scroll click click scroll click scroll click click > >> > scroll click scroll > > >> You were the one whinging how difficult it was to read threads in Google > >> Groups - I'm not remotely interested in how many click scroll click > >> efforts it takes you, or in educating you why a newsreader beats a > >> browser for accessing Usenet. > > > geez you're a pretentious asshole. > > Careful, your "Americanitis" is showing... > > > how do people refrain from hitting you in person every time you open > > your mouth? > > By relaxing their muscles and unclenching their fists, I guess. Or was > that a rhetorical question? > > It's interesting how you always resort to suggesting or offering violence > when you lose an argument, though. You should curb that tendency of > yours... > > Alex
You couldn't even state an argument you're a cross between a neanderthal and a baboon!