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Topic: lines in Euclidean geometry intersect sometimes in points, sometimes
in empty-space #1266 Correcting Math 3rd ed

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adamk

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Registered: 8/15/09
Re: some posters think sci.math is a chat room
Posted: Nov 10, 2012 8:48 PM
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> On Nov 10, 5:30 pm, Frederick Williams
> <freddywilli...@btinternet.com>
> wrote:
>

> > Yes it did.
>
>
> You have to learn how to stop making sick useless
> posts.


Ditto, hypocrit.
>
> If you were my employee in a company,


That is not likely to _ever_ happen, by the simple fact

that you have never had a job other than dishwasher, and

you are untrainable and unemployable.


I would fire
> you on the spot for
> such a post.


You need to be a boss, and in order to be a boss, you

need to have a job, which you're unable to do; there

is an IQ minimum of 75 , which is way above yours.
>
> Every post to sci.math should have some information
> content, not your
> silly little opinion.


Yes, your "Happy plutonium day" post has plenty of

"information content":

http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=2413807

The sci. newsgroups should not
> be a chat room
> for immature posters. Not be facebook or some twitter
> droll.


Not be? Don't you mean , not is be?
>
> So grow up before posting to sci.math


So drop dead and post somewhere else.
>
> AP




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