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> "bbocquin" wrote:
> : Nothing against him, but I wonder why "cernovog" just doesn't host his
> : stuff. That was what? 36 posts?
"Dr Richard Cranium" wrote:
> i would guess most "graphic's" (binaries) ng's stream daily lots and lots
of pictures, and
> they tend to be a repository for a good long while, consisting of several
> After his 36 Lara pictures showed up over at news:alt.binaries.lara.croft
> triggered a flush out of the ng. Now all I see are maybe two pictures and
that is it. I
> don't see why news:alt.binaries.Lara.croft is getting the 'axe' so often.
> looks like a virus has been through that ng.
> Maybe he doesn't want the 'hassle' of maintaining a web site. This kind
of posting sure
> makes that ng is "watched" so you can snag those Lara pictures.
> ** no fate **
I'm still seeing 72 posts in that newsgroup currently. Including your test
I have my news server options set to delete message (body/header et al)
after x number of days. Interestingly enough, I have seen several reply
posts from users to SPAM or the like, but the messages he's replied to [are]