> > > > Nice enough topic, and you are right about the kinds of index methods > > of censorship that takes place, and otherwise notice how few if any > > K-12s are anywhere to be seen within these public Usenet/newsgroups. >
Do you seriously have sympathy for someone who dumps his off-topic garbage in
sci.math? Where is the _Mathematical_ content in any of this? How is this O.K,
specially considering that s/he (plutonium) has plenty of other sites where
s/he could post this on-topic? Could be sci.physics, his/her blog, 100's of
other options? I am a student, I access sci.math through my school computer,
and I cannot filter this wannabee worthless waste-of-life baboon plutonium.
How is this O.K? How about some sympathy instead, for all of us who see our
MATHEMATICS site defaced by worthless imbeciles like plutonium? > > > They'll also connect your words together so as to making them a whole > > lot less searchable, and they've done the same thing with external > > links by connecting the prior word to that link and thereby making it > > unfunctional. So, there are ways of messing up your topics and > > replies in ways that computer forensics can't link to the insider > > perpetrators that intend to make their own stuff stick and your stuff > > either fail or eventually vanish. > > > > However, I do believe we're seeing more than 400 million ly distance > > by way of extremely long time exposures and lots of computer PhotoShop- > > like methods applied.