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Anonymous
September 8, 2005 6:07:13 AM

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Just checking in to see if the bottom feeders of the gene pool are still
about. I'm going back out the door. Can't close it too many asses in the
way.

--

Taffy is delicious.

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Anonymous
September 8, 2005 1:18:43 PM

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"flame_thrower" <skankyxwhore400@charter.net> wrote in message
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> Just checking in to see if the bottom feeders of the gene pool are still
> about. I'm going back out the door. Can't close it too many asses in the
> way.

And you're being far to nice to that ???????. They just don't make
words bad enought to describe him.

wizofwas
Anonymous
September 8, 2005 5:09:24 PM

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Craig wrote:
> Whitedog wrote:
> > "foobear" <bearmac_@_Hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:eoh0i1p75ov9kvluiansvkn7cpkl6liudk@4ax.com...
> >> What newsreader proggy are you using?
> >>
> >> foobear
> >
> > Outlook Express
> highlight one of his messages, click on the message menu near the top of the
> screen, that should pop up a menu, about 10th option down is block sender,
> click on that and you in buisness, rinse and repeat for the other
> cross-posters and your done. They do make a point of changing they're
> settings often, so you will have to do it each time he climbs back out.
> Unfortunatly OE does not have the option to block anything crossposted to X
> group
>
> HTH

Yes, it does, just not documented. I thknk Gabriele posted the method.

Mickey
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September 8, 2005 8:47:35 PM

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"foobear" <bearmac_@_Hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> What newsreader proggy are you using?
>
> foobear

Outlook Express
September 9, 2005 9:19:31 AM

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Whitedog wrote:
> "foobear" <bearmac_@_Hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:eoh0i1p75ov9kvluiansvkn7cpkl6liudk@4ax.com...
>> What newsreader proggy are you using?
>>
>> foobear
>
> Outlook Express
highlight one of his messages, click on the message menu near the top of the
screen, that should pop up a menu, about 10th option down is block sender,
click on that and you in buisness, rinse and repeat for the other
cross-posters and your done. They do make a point of changing they're
settings often, so you will have to do it each time he climbs back out.
Unfortunatly OE does not have the option to block anything crossposted to X
group

HTH

Craig
September 9, 2005 2:01:29 PM

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Mickey wrote:
> Craig wrote:
>> Whitedog wrote:
>>> "foobear" <bearmac_@_Hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:eoh0i1p75ov9kvluiansvkn7cpkl6liudk@4ax.com...
>>>> What newsreader proggy are you using?
>>>>
>>>> foobear
>>>
>>> Outlook Express
>> highlight one of his messages, click on the message menu near the
>> top of the screen, that should pop up a menu, about 10th option down
>> is block sender, click on that and you in buisness, rinse and repeat
>> for the other cross-posters and your done. They do make a point of
>> changing they're settings often, so you will have to do it each time
>> he climbs back out. Unfortunatly OE does not have the option to
>> block anything crossposted to X group
>>
>> HTH
>
> Yes, it does, just not documented. I thknk Gabriele posted the method.
>
unfortunatly that method doesn't seem to work with OE (Gabriele appears to
use a program called Gravity) or if it does I couldn't get it to work from
the information given, the only way to select a newsgroup to block is to
choose it from your subscribed groups which means I had to add it (did that)
but when I unsubbed from that group the filter no-longer worked.

Craig
September 9, 2005 9:40:06 PM

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~misfit~ wrote:
> Mickey wrote:
>> Craig wrote:
>>> Whitedog wrote:
>>>> "foobear" <bearmac_@_Hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:eoh0i1p75ov9kvluiansvkn7cpkl6liudk@4ax.com...
>>>>> What newsreader proggy are you using?
>>>>>
>>>>> foobear
>>>>
>>>> Outlook Express
>>> highlight one of his messages, click on the message menu near the
>>> top of the screen, that should pop up a menu, about 10th option down
>>> is block sender, click on that and you in buisness, rinse and repeat
>>> for the other cross-posters and your done. They do make a point of
>>> changing they're settings often, so you will have to do it each time
>>> he climbs back out. Unfortunatly OE does not have the option to
>>> block anything crossposted to X group
>>>
>>> HTH
>>
>> Yes, it does, just not documented. I thknk Gabriele posted the
>> method.
>
> Hmmm, that would be handy to know. I tried creating a rule in OE to
> do it but it only offered me the option of blocking posts to groups I
> was subscribed to (Duh! MS are geniuses). Accordingly I subscribed to
> soc.culture.jewish, made the rule, then unsubscried and the rule
> showed up with a red 'X' through it after I unsub'ed.
>
> Then again, as I've said, software isn't my forté.

Hey! I said that first ;p

Craig
Anonymous
September 10, 2005 5:53:25 AM

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"Craig" <craigusREMOVE@YOURoptusPANTShome.com.au> wrote in message
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> Whitedog wrote:
>> "foobear" <bearmac_@_Hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:eoh0i1p75ov9kvluiansvkn7cpkl6liudk@4ax.com...
>>> What newsreader proggy are you using?
>>>
>>> foobear
>>
>> Outlook Express
> highlight one of his messages, click on the message menu near the top of
> the screen, that should pop up a menu, about 10th option down is block
> sender, click on that and you in buisness, rinse and repeat for the other
> cross-posters and your done. They do make a point of changing they're
> settings often, so you will have to do it each time he climbs back out.
> Unfortunatly OE does not have the option to block anything crossposted to
> X group
>
> HTH
>
> Craig

I just go the the "Message" dropdown box and use "create a rule from
message" when he shows up with a new account. Set it to delete his
messages. Then go to Tools\Message Rules\News and highlight the rule. Hit
"Apply now" and poof, all of his messages are gone.

-Steve
September 11, 2005 12:35:42 PM

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>>>> What newsreader proggy are you using?
>>>>
>>>> foobear
>>>
>>> Outlook Express
>> highlight one of his messages, click on the message menu near the
>> top of the screen, that should pop up a menu, about 10th option down
>> is block sender, click on that and you in buisness, rinse and repeat
>> for the other cross-posters and your done. They do make a point of
>> changing they're settings often, so you will have to do it each time
>> he climbs back out. Unfortunatly OE does not have the option to
>> block anything crossposted to X group
>>
>> HTH
>>
>> Craig
>
> I just go the the "Message" dropdown box and use "create a rule from
> message" when he shows up with a new account. Set it to delete his
> messages. Then go to Tools\Message Rules\News and highlight the
> rule. Hit "Apply now" and poof, all of his messages are gone.
>
that works the same as block sender but with more clicks :) 
what we are looking for is a way to block anything with soc.culture.jewish
in the header since thats where most the trash is coming from.

Craig
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