Broken link on your website
bonomi at mail.r-bonomi.com
Sat Jul 14 01:43:44 UTC 2012
> From owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org Fri Jul 13 16:00:15 2012
> From: Emma Haze <emmakhaze at gmail.com>
> Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2012 04:57:52 +0800
> To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> Subject: Re: Broken link on your website
> I just wanted to follow up with you regarding the email I had sent you
> about the broken link I found on your website. Please let me know if you
> had the chance to look at both the broken link and my suggested
> replacement. It would be great if my resource was used.
People looked. A *permanent* decisionwas made _NOT_ to use anything from
your phoney diploma-mill website.
> Please let me know what you think!
We think you are an imbecilic spammer who couldn't catch a clue even
if you doused yourself in clue musk, and did the clue-mating dance
in the middle of a field full of randy clues, at the height of the
How could _anyone_ possibly come to that conclusion, you ask?
Hint #1: *NOBODY* at the address you have repeatedly spammed has anything
to do with the site you found.
Hint #2: What you found was a _copy_ -- a sadly out-of-date (four years
or so) one -- of the official website.
Hint #3: The _official_ website removed that broken link *YEARS* ago.
Hint #4: Under no circumstances would the official site consider using
anything fom someone who is incapable of figuring out the
_correct_ contact address for the webmaster, and bombards a
user-support mailing-list instead.
Hint #5: There is no way that the *unmaintained* 'copy' site would ever
use your 'resource'. If they were ever to update things, they
would simply pull a newer copy of the official website. Which
eliminates the out-of-date link.
Now, *PLEASE* stop bombarding the innocent users of the support mailing-list
with your ignorant, ill-informed, impossible-of-fullfilment nonsense.
Continued spamming off the mailing-list might well result in numerous people
deciding to forward all their junk email to you, as 'thanks' for wasting their
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