Spam Rules, per argument (Re: Any package for surveys?)
elbbit at gmail.com
Fri Jan 28 16:22:08 UTC 2011
On 28/01/11 16:15, Robert Bonomi wrote:
>> From elbbit at gmail.com Fri Jan 28 08:59:21 2011
>>> On 28/01/11 12:28, Robert Bonomi wrote:
>>>> see: <http://www.pearlgates.net/nanae/rulesofspam.shtmld>
>>> Rule #0: Spam is theft.
>> Mail servers are offering a service. If you don't want to receive >>
spam stop offering the service.
>>> Angel's Commentary: Spammers believe it's okay to steal a little >>>
bit from each person on the Internet at once.
>> Stealing... taking without consent... hey, you offered to deliver
>> some mail for me.
What? Now you are saying that you didn't offer to send the mail for me?
You just received THIS email so you are STILL offering the service of
reception to me.
> The mailing list operator offered to deliver mail for a SPECIFIC
> PURPOSE. You _disregarded_ that purpose.
Please identify the purpose if it is not "discussion." We are
discussing "spam," are we not?
>>> Rule #1: Spammers lie.
>> Assumptive. Just like when you lose something you assume it may be
>> gone for ever, but wait, no, there it is, you left it in your
>> pocket. Assumptions can be wrong as well as right.
> Your are a spammer.
Assumptive. I could label you back, but I am able to control my emotions.
> you lied. see above. Q.E.D.
I'm not going to repeat something which has already been done. This is
the equivalent of making a journey from my office to the mail box twice
just to deliver a single envelope.
> The rest of your 'analysis' simply proves Shar's Commentary.
Who is Shar? And what did they comment? A reference please. I tried a
Google search for this, but it is too vague.
> Enjoy the fruits of your labors.
I don't "work" like you do. I live in a world without money, without
rules and restrictions, without deadlines and targets. I don't labour
anything - I leisure everything.
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