HOW DOI RESTORE FILES FROM A CLEARED DRIVE?"



skewzzz me!! please help me! i am lost!
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
i
i RAN XP DISC OVER MY SCUNGY OLD PRO DISK BUT ACCIDENTALLY THINK i WIPED ALL
THE INFO AND FILES ON MY C DRIVE. COZ NOW I HAVE NOT FOR TO SEEEEEEEE IT
ANWHERE - devastated xpprincessw!!! Can i restore from reg at all? or
anything you 'd can think of

Pegasus \(MVP\)
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
"skewzzz me!! please help me! i am lost!" <skewzzz me!! please help me! i am
lost!@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:BF24392B-0559-41D7-AC6C-C54D5B268DD7@microsoft.com...
> i
> i RAN XP DISC OVER MY SCUNGY OLD PRO DISK BUT ACCIDENTALLY THINK i WIPED
ALL
> THE INFO AND FILES ON MY C DRIVE. COZ NOW I HAVE NOT FOR TO SEEEEEEEE IT
> ANWHERE - devastated xpprincessw!!! Can i restore from reg at all? or
> anything you 'd can think of

Sorry, your case is hopeless. And for your next post,
try fixing your CapLock key, your spelling checker
and your grammar checker.

NoNoBadDog!
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
Troll


Can't spell.

Can't make a coherent, correctly structured sentence.

Doomed to spend the rest of his life asking "Would you like fries with
that?"

Go back to school, finish the 4th grade, learn to spell.

Bobby

"skewzzz me!! please help me! i am lost!" <skewzzz me!! please help me! i am
lost!@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:BF24392B-0559-41D7-AC6C-C54D5B268DD7@microsoft.com...
>i
> i RAN XP DISC OVER MY SCUNGY OLD PRO DISK BUT ACCIDENTALLY THINK i WIPED
> ALL
> THE INFO AND FILES ON MY C DRIVE. COZ NOW I HAVE NOT FOR TO SEEEEEEEE IT
> ANWHERE - devastated xpprincessw!!! Can i restore from reg at all? or
> anything you 'd can think of

John Collopy
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
Cannot add anything that Pegasus and NoNoBadDog have already said. John.


"skewzzz me!! please help me! i am lost!" <skewzzz me!! please help me! i am
lost!@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:BF24392B-0559-41D7-AC6C-C54D5B268DD7@microsoft.com...
>i
> i RAN XP DISC OVER MY SCUNGY OLD PRO DISK BUT ACCIDENTALLY THINK i WIPED
> ALL
> THE INFO AND FILES ON MY C DRIVE. COZ NOW I HAVE NOT FOR TO SEEEEEEEE IT
> ANWHERE - devastated xpprincessw!!! Can i restore from reg at all? or
> anything you 'd can think of

rotnrat
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
You people are pathetic morons, why on earth do you even bother posting
in a "user help forum" just to belittle people? I certainly hope I
never have to rely on the likes of you insensitive fools to help me!!!
In the first place not every one on this planet speaks fluent English,
and even if they are supposed to be able to speak it, social and
economic status may be a determining factor in their inability. All of
which is completely understandable, but as for discrimination for
ethnic or social economic reasons - defiantly not excusable under any
circumstances, get a grip and if you cant provide help donít post to
try to harm!!!

Sorry but this sort of thing really gets my goat!!

Now as for your problem, what exactly did you do? Give a little more
detail to the problem and maybe some one can help. Contrary to what
Pegasus says your case may not be hopeless.

It really does infuriate me when people think they have a right to be
ugly to others because they think they are better educated! Why donít
yíall go join your friends in the KKK. Maybe you could drag someone
down the road tell they tear limb from limb for making a typo, or beat
them to death with a baseball bat because they left their caps lock
on!!!!

Good day


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Mike Hall \(MS-MVP\)
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
rotnrat" <rotnrat.1pwoa1@> wrote in message
news:v42dnfzcqoVOBQHfRVn_vg@giganews.com...
>
> You people are pathetic morons, why on earth do you even bother posting
> in a "user help forum" just to belittle people?


Belittle who?.. the OP did that by the use of grammar.. this is a newsgroup,
not an instant messenger where a group of kids are discussing the merits of
'blowing trees'..


> I certainly hope I never have to rely on the likes of you insensitive
> fools to help me!!!


Being realistic is often mistaken for being insensitive..


> In the first place not every one on this planet speaks fluent English,
> and even if they are supposed to be able to speak it, social and
> economic status may be a determining factor in their inability. All of
> which is completely understandable..


The OP lives in the Sydney area of Australia, which can hardly be considered
the 'outback'.. and Australia's first language is English, albeit Aussie
English..


> .... but as for discrimination for ethnic or social economic reasons -
> defiantly not
> excusable under any circumstances, get a grip and if you cant provide help
> don't post to
> try to harm!!!


Nobody mentioned anything regarding 'ethnic' culture or socio-economics
other than the fact that the education level demonstrated appeared to be
that of the average KFC/McD/BK counter service personnel..


> Sorry but this sort of thing really gets my goat!!


There has been little to 'get your goat' about thus far.. if the OP was to
go into a computer store and use the same approach as in the post, I doubt
that much credibility would be attached..


> Now as for your problem, what exactly did you do? Give a little more
> detail to the problem and maybe some one can help. Contrary to what
> Pegasus says your case may not be hopeless.


This should have been posted directly to the OP, and not as part of the
reply to those who 'got your goat'..


> It really does infuriate me when people think they have a right to be
> ugly to others because they think they are better educated!


If the OP was educated as well as others in these threads, and had any
respect for the people here that are expected to help, it was certainly not
demonstrated in the original post, and one can only judge by appearence in
this kind of medium..


> Why don't y'all go join your friends in the KKK. Maybe you could drag
> someone
> down the road tell they tear limb from limb for making a typo, or beat
> them to death with > a baseball bat because they left their caps lock
> on!!!!


Dragging members of 'ethnic' groups behind vehicles is a Southern state
practice, I believe..


> Good day


And back at ya.. :-)


--
Mike Hall
MVP - Windows Shell/User
http://dts-l.org/goodpost.htm
>

Richard Urban
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
Your post, though more articulate, isn't too good. WHAT ARE you talking
about. What was the original post. If you were to keep this in the original
thread we all would know. As it is now I just see someone ranting and raving
but don't see the cause of it all.

--
Regards,

Richard Urban

aka Crusty (-: Old B@stard :-)

If you knew as much as you think you know,
You would realize that you don't know what you thought you knew!


"rotnrat" <rotnrat.1pwoa1@> wrote in message
news:v42dnfzcqoVOBQHfRVn_vg@giganews.com...
>
> You people are pathetic morons, why on earth do you even bother posting
> in a "user help forum" just to belittle people? I certainly hope I
> never have to rely on the likes of you insensitive fools to help me!!!
> In the first place not every one on this planet speaks fluent English,
> and even if they are supposed to be able to speak it, social and
> economic status may be a determining factor in their inability. All of
> which is completely understandable, but as for discrimination for
> ethnic or social economic reasons - defiantly not excusable under any
> circumstances, get a grip and if you cant provide help don't post to
> try to harm!!!
>
> Sorry but this sort of thing really gets my goat!!
>
> Now as for your problem, what exactly did you do? Give a little more
> detail to the problem and maybe some one can help. Contrary to what
> Pegasus says your case may not be hopeless.
>
> It really does infuriate me when people think they have a right to be
> ugly to others because they think they are better educated! Why don't
> y'all go join your friends in the KKK. Maybe you could drag someone
> down the road tell they tear limb from limb for making a typo, or beat
> them to death with a baseball bat because they left their caps lock
> on!!!!
>
> Good day
>
>
> --
> rotnratPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access
>

Miss Perspicacia Tick
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
rotnrat wrote:
> You people are pathetic morons, why on earth do you even bother
> posting in a "user help forum" just to belittle people?


The OP "belittled" herself. If she'd bothered attending school beyond Year 5
(instead of hanging around in shopping centres texting her, equally
illiterate, friends) then she would have received much more credence. As it
is, she doesn't deserve any.


I certainly
> hope I never have to rely on the likes of you insensitive fools to
> help me!!!

You've nothing to worry yourself about on that score - we wouldn't. I only
see two fools in this thread - you and the OP.


In the first place not every one on this planet speaks
> fluent English, and even if they are supposed to be able to speak it,

The OP is Australian - last I checked, they did.


> social and economic status may be a determining factor in their
> inability.

I am in receipt of £730 a month which, in this country, makes me not well
off. Australia is about as wealthy as the UK, and the OP lives in Sydney (or
somewhere around Sydney) so, chances are, she would be attending school
(though I doubt he actually attends school, he just hangs around shopping
centres with his, equally illiterate, friends). I would put her age at
between 13 and 16 (though probably more towards the lower end of the range)
and she types like she does because her usual method of communication is 'r
u gng 2 the prk 2nte?" Vowels are a complete mystery to her, as is any form
of proper English.


All of which is completely understandable, but as for
> discrimination for ethnic or social economic reasons

As we know nothing about her ethnic or socio-economic background, how the
hell can we discriminate on those grounds?! Actually, we weren't
"discriminating" at all - can you please clarify where you think the
discrimination occurred?


- defiantly not

"Defiantly"?! What was anyone being 'defiant' about?! Actually, maybe you're
being a little defiant...

> excusable under any circumstances,
You're right. There is no excuse for poor English.

> get a grip and if you cant provide help

Sorry, but telling someone that they're not going to receive much in the way
of assistance if they don't post in coherent sentences *is* helping.

donít post to try to harm!!!
>
> Sorry but this sort of thing really gets my goat!!

You're right. It gets mine too. The poor use of English as got my goat for
over 20 years. As have cretins like you who think there's an excuse for poor
English. There isn't.

>
> Now as for your problem, what exactly did you do? Give a little more
> detail to the problem and maybe some one can help. Contrary to what
> Pegasus says your case may not be hopeless.

Oh it's definitely (note spelling) hopeless (in more ways than one...)

>
> It really does infuriate me when people think they have a right to be
> ugly to others because they think they are better educated!

Nothing whatsoever to do with education. My great-grandfather never had any
form of education and he could read and write perfect English (and he was
born and brought up in one of the most impoverished parts of Scotland).


Why donít
> yíall go join your friends in the KKK.

Er what's an extreme right-wing organisation dedicated to White supremacy
got to do with the price of pilchards? Are you saying those that strive for
the correct use of English are racist? If so, that's libellous.


Maybe you could drag someone
> down the road tell they tear limb from limb for making a typo, or beat
> them to death with a baseball bat because they left their caps lock
> on!!!!

Sorry, but the OPs post did not contain three dozen typos, it was misspelt
all the way through and that shows carelessness and lack of thought. And one
doesn't "accidentally" leave their caps lock on for nearly an entire post.
There is a green light that indicates the condition of the caps lock key -
if it's illuminated, it's on, if not, it's off. I cannot see how anyone can
fail to miss that. Therefore, a post all in caps, or nearly all in caps, is
most definitely deliberate.

> Good day

Don't let the door hit you on the way out.



--
In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/

rotnrat
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
> The OP "belittled" herself. If she'd bothered attending school beyond
> Year 5
> (instead of hanging around in shopping centres texting her, equally
> illiterate, friends) then she would have received much more credence.
> As it
> is, she doesn't deserve any.
How do you know anything about this person or what kind of life they
have lead that could be the cause of your suspected illiteracy? Did you
go through life wearing his/her shoes? How can you simply explain this
soul away as "they caused their own problems by not going to school"
when you were not there? This, I believe, my friend is prejudice in its
purest form and that is what Iím talking about. Now you take some one
that has struggled with a speech impairment their entire life because
they were born with a clep pallet and not enough money to afford
corrective surgery and you make fun of them all you want but I will try
to help them. Maybe simple because I am not so afraid of what my cronies
would think that I can have my own opinion but the fact is WRONG is
WRONG! it is a lot simpler to be nice to people than it is to keep face
with your friends. to make fun of someone and call them names because of
their lack of education is no worse in my eyes than dragging a man down
the street in chains because of the color of his skin or beating a man
to death with a baseball bat because you donít understand his sexual
preferences. You are causing irrevocable damage in any of those cases,
and doing that to feel good about yourself or to make yourself look
good in front your friends is the disgusting act of a worthless little
coward.

> You're right. It gets mine too. The poor use of English as got my goat
> for
> over 20 years. As have cretins like you who think there's an excuse for
> poor
> English. There isn't.

Now this is rich!!! Missed an H there professor, opps sorry I shouldnít
point out every mistake you make should I !!!! If you are concerned
about someoneís ability to communicate the way you would like, it would
be far more becoming of you to teach them the right way than to ridicule
them for being wrong


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Also extreamly overweight
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
Hi rotnrat,

Don't let the not quite so little Miss get under your skin. Since she
was disabled several years ago by Burger King and McDonalds she spends
the majority of her time looking for people to ridicule. Do a search
through her postings if you're looking for some entertaining reading.

I actually like to read her posts, makes me realize there are lots of
folks worse off than I.

rotnrat
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
> Hi rotnrat,
>
> Don't let the not quite so little Miss get under your skin. Since she
> was disabled several years ago by Burger King and McDonalds she spends
> the majority of her time looking for people to ridicule. Do a search
> through her postings if you're looking for some entertaining reading.
>
> I actually like to read her posts, makes me realize there are lots of
> folks worse off than I.
>
ah could it be... actually another sane person here, for a minute I
thought when I ran the search for AMDAGP.SYS boot problems, some how
Google got it confused with HELL and located this charming little place
on the net.


--
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Gunilla
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
Hi rotnrat,

I agree totally with you, just so you know that not all visitors here are
pleased with the "language" that is used towards some less "well spoken"
humans. It's amazing that she (and a few others) even can be allowed
continue to post abusive replies!? Yeah, she has been around for years, and
do contribute with knowledge sometimes but that should not be a reference
for letting her continue being nasty and to belittle people.

I wonder sometimes if they understand what "being humble" means, what "feel
compassion for" means and empathy! and last but not least...understand that
not all people have had a good youth because of bad living conditions, lack
of money and etc. And also....some people might "suffer" from a disorder
such as ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia
http://www.dys-add.com/symptoms.html#dysgraphia
but can manage pretty good in the society thanks to understanding people who
doesn't judge blindly.

So how can we judge when not knowing!? How do they feel by being met in an
aggressive way just because they posted a request for help? They might have
had their regrets because they know deep inside their lack of putting words
together so it looks good, maybe they had a friend or relative (mother,
father) who said "Try to ask in Microsoft's newsgroups".

So now my ranting is over...(for this time) :-))

Gunilla.


"rotnrat" <rotnrat.1pxmmn@> skrev i meddelandet
news:E_adnWtmfPnW2wDfRVn_vg@giganews.com...
>
>> Hi rotnrat,
>>
>> Don't let the not quite so little Miss get under your skin. Since she
>> was disabled several years ago by Burger King and McDonalds she spends
>> the majority of her time looking for people to ridicule. Do a search
>> through her postings if you're looking for some entertaining reading.
>>
>> I actually like to read her posts, makes me realize there are lots of
>> folks worse off than I.
>>
> ah could it be... actually another sane person here, for a minute I
> thought when I ran the search for AMDAGP.SYS boot problems, some how
> Google got it confused with HELL and located this charming little place
> on the net.
>
>
> --
> rotnratPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access
>

Mike Hall \(MS-MVP\)
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
The OP suffers nothing like that.. the post was made up of 'street' talk..
plain and simple.. anybody can see it is street talk, and I doubt that the
OP gets away with it in class..

--
Mike Hall
MVP - Windows Shell/User
http://dts-l.org/goodpost.htm





"Gunilla" <kakaomumsathotmaildotcom> wrote in message
news:%23sp%23QWtZFHA.3356@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> Hi rotnrat,
>
> I agree totally with you, just so you know that not all visitors here are
> pleased with the "language" that is used towards some less "well spoken"
> humans. It's amazing that she (and a few others) even can be allowed
> continue to post abusive replies!? Yeah, she has been around for years,
> and do contribute with knowledge sometimes but that should not be a
> reference for letting her continue being nasty and to belittle people.
>
> I wonder sometimes if they understand what "being humble" means, what
> "feel compassion for" means and empathy! and last but not
> least...understand that not all people have had a good youth because of
> bad living conditions, lack of money and etc. And also....some people
> might "suffer" from a disorder such as ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia
> http://www.dys-add.com/symptoms.html#dysgraphia
> but can manage pretty good in the society thanks to understanding people
> who doesn't judge blindly.
>
> So how can we judge when not knowing!? How do they feel by being met in an
> aggressive way just because they posted a request for help? They might
> have had their regrets because they know deep inside their lack of putting
> words together so it looks good, maybe they had a friend or relative
> (mother, father) who said "Try to ask in Microsoft's newsgroups".
>
> So now my ranting is over...(for this time) :-))
>
> Gunilla.
>
>
> "rotnrat" <rotnrat.1pxmmn@> skrev i meddelandet
> news:E_adnWtmfPnW2wDfRVn_vg@giganews.com...
>>
>>> Hi rotnrat,
>>>
>>> Don't let the not quite so little Miss get under your skin. Since she
>>> was disabled several years ago by Burger King and McDonalds she spends
>>> the majority of her time looking for people to ridicule. Do a search
>>> through her postings if you're looking for some entertaining reading.
>>>
>>> I actually like to read her posts, makes me realize there are lots of
>>> folks worse off than I.
>>>
>> ah could it be... actually another sane person here, for a minute I
>> thought when I ran the search for AMDAGP.SYS boot problems, some how
>> Google got it confused with HELL and located this charming little place
>> on the net.
>>
>>
>> --
>> rotnratPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access
>>
>
>

Gunilla
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
Yes I believe you have right about that Mike and I am not arguing against
that observation but have to say that there has been situations where it is
not so obvious that the OP can do better. That's just my observation though,
maybe I am just as fast to judge as I claim others to be. Anyway...I can
relate though to how it was to be new in making posts to a newsgroup, or
forum and how nervous I became when being met by an aggressive and abusive
answer and all I wanted was to have some help, and that experience is making
me being more understanding towards the so-called "newbie's".

Regards,

Gunilla.


"Mike Hall (MS-MVP)" <mike.hall.mail@sympatico.ca> skrev i meddelandet
news:OMH2E2uZFHA.3040@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> The OP suffers nothing like that.. the post was made up of 'street' talk..
> plain and simple.. anybody can see it is street talk, and I doubt that the
> OP gets away with it in class..
>
> --
> Mike Hall
> MVP - Windows Shell/User
> http://dts-l.org/goodpost.htm
>
>
>
>
>
> "Gunilla" <kakaomumsathotmaildotcom> wrote in message
> news:%23sp%23QWtZFHA.3356@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
>> Hi rotnrat,
>>
>> I agree totally with you, just so you know that not all visitors here are
>> pleased with the "language" that is used towards some less "well spoken"
>> humans. It's amazing that she (and a few others) even can be allowed
>> continue to post abusive replies!? Yeah, she has been around for years,
>> and do contribute with knowledge sometimes but that should not be a
>> reference for letting her continue being nasty and to belittle people.
>>
>> I wonder sometimes if they understand what "being humble" means, what
>> "feel compassion for" means and empathy! and last but not
>> least...understand that not all people have had a good youth because of
>> bad living conditions, lack of money and etc. And also....some people
>> might "suffer" from a disorder such as ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia
>> http://www.dys-add.com/symptoms.html#dysgraphia
>> but can manage pretty good in the society thanks to understanding people
>> who doesn't judge blindly.
>>
>> So how can we judge when not knowing!? How do they feel by being met in
>> an aggressive way just because they posted a request for help? They might
>> have had their regrets because they know deep inside their lack of
>> putting words together so it looks good, maybe they had a friend or
>> relative (mother, father) who said "Try to ask in Microsoft's
>> newsgroups".
>>
>> So now my ranting is over...(for this time) :-))
>>
>> Gunilla.
>>
>>
>> "rotnrat" <rotnrat.1pxmmn@> skrev i meddelandet
>> news:E_adnWtmfPnW2wDfRVn_vg@giganews.com...
>>>
>>>> Hi rotnrat,
<Snipped>

rotnrat
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
I have found that for the most part when someone acts this way towards
another human, they are really trying to cover their own inadequacies,
but in truth it is a cowardly way to make yourself feel important.


--
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Miss Perspicacia Tick
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Mike Hall (MS-MVP) wrote:
> The OP suffers nothing like that.. the post was made up of 'street'
> talk.. plain and simple.. anybody can see it is street talk, and I
> doubt that the OP gets away with it in class..

Didn't you read my post, Mike? I very much doubt the OP even attends
school - too busy hanging around the shopping centre with its, equally
illiterate mates...


--
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Miss Perspicacia Tick
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Gunilla wrote:
> Yes I believe you have right about that Mike and I am not arguing
> against that observation but have to say that there has been
> situations where it is not so obvious that the OP can do better.
> That's just my observation though, maybe I am just as fast to judge
> as I claim others to be. Anyway...I can relate though to how it was
> to be new in making posts to a newsgroup, or forum and how nervous I
> became when being met by an aggressive and abusive answer and all I
> wanted was to have some help, and that experience is making me being
> more understanding towards the so-called "newbie's".

Anyone with half a brain can see you're only sliming up to Mike because he
happens to be an MVP - that's all it is. Sliming plain and simple. I bet you
used to do the same thing at school, didn't you? I bet you were the kid who
ratted on those smoking behind the toilet block, or the one who intercepted
the note being passed round the classroom and handed it to the teacher.

In short, I bet you were one lonely little boy at school - you were the one
who stood in the corner of the playground playing catch with his imaginary
friend.

If Mike hadn't been an MVP you'd have responded to him in the same manner
you have done me or Bobby.

You make my flesh crawl. I think I'm going to have to go and have a shower
now... Yeuch!



--
In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/

Miss Perspicacia Tick
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
rotnrat wrote:
> I have found that for the most part when someone acts this way towards
> another human, they are really trying to cover their own inadequacies,
> but in truth it is a cowardly way to make yourself feel important.

I guess all English teachers must be inadequate cowards, then? I wasn't
going to kill-file you because I found you amusing, but you're beginning to
bore me now. Into the kill-file with you!

--
In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/

Kerry Brown
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
news:URAne.3211$C72.1768@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
> rotnrat wrote:
>> I have found that for the most part when someone acts this way towards
>> another human, they are really trying to cover their own inadequacies,
>> but in truth it is a cowardly way to make yourself feel important.
>
> I guess all English teachers must be inadequate cowards, then? I wasn't
> going to kill-file you because I found you amusing, but you're beginning
> to bore me now. Into the kill-file with you!
>
> --
> In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/

Perhaps English teachers are better suited to perusing alt.english than
microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware. Last I checked this was newsgroup for
helping people with hardware problems when using Windows XP. If you have
nothing to add that's on topic it is best to just move on to the next thread
or at least change the header to reflect that your post is OT.

If you are a retired English teacher I am very sorry for the students that
had to endure your classes.

Kerry

Gunilla
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Inline please...

"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:jQAne.3210$C72.2540@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
> Anyone with half a brain can see you're only sliming up to Mike because he
> happens to be an MVP - that's all it is. Sliming plain and simple. I bet
> you used to do the same thing at school, didn't you? I bet you were the
> kid who ratted on those smoking behind the toilet block, or the one who
> intercepted the note being passed round the classroom and handed it to the
> teacher.

Listen here Miss Perspicacia Tick! For the first...No, I am not sliming up
to Mike or anyone else anywhere, any place but I am impressed though that he
is an MVP because that means that he has (as I assume) dedicated lots of
time being helpfull, adequate, used his imagination when reading posts that
seemed to not make any sense regarding spelling and grammar and that he has
not used abusive language towards posters...in short, being very
professional.

>
> In short, I bet you were one lonely little boy at school - you were the
> one who stood in the corner of the playground playing catch with his
> imaginary friend.

The other things you wrote is up to you to believe, I wont tell you how it
was or what I did. It is just bull**** and is an evidence that you can't
take any criticism, instead you begin to critizie back with useless words
without any real knowledge about the person you critizie and when not manage
to being adequate you begin to throw nasty comments around you. Okay, I can
tell you that I am really a woman....a grown woman with three wonderful kids
and I am dedicating my days by helping kids with cancer. What are you doing
with your days?

>
> If Mike hadn't been an MVP you'd have responded to him in the same manner
> you have done me or Bobby.

I would have responded just as I did regardless to who it was.
>
> You make my flesh crawl. I think I'm going to have to go and have a shower
> now... Yeuch!

Feeling better now? :-))


Gunilla.
>
>
>
> --
> In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/
>

Miss Perspicacia Tick
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Kerry Brown wrote:
> "Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
> news:URAne.3211$C72.1768@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
>> rotnrat wrote:
>>> I have found that for the most part when someone acts this way
>>> towards another human, they are really trying to cover their own
>>> inadequacies, but in truth it is a cowardly way to make yourself
>>> feel important.
>>
>> I guess all English teachers must be inadequate cowards, then? I
>> wasn't going to kill-file you because I found you amusing, but
>> you're beginning to bore me now. Into the kill-file with you!
>>
>> --
>> In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/
>
> Perhaps English teachers are better suited to perusing alt.english
> than microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware. Last I checked this was
> newsgroup for helping people with hardware problems when using
> Windows XP. If you have nothing to add that's on topic it is best to
> just move on to the next thread or at least change the header to
> reflect that your post is OT.
> If you are a retired English teacher I am very sorry for the students
> that had to endure your classes.
>
> Kerry

I retired through ill-health and my kids were very sorry to see me go. I
still go back occasionally to help out. Our Key Stage 1 and 2 pass rate was
continually in the mid to high 90%.

Kerry Brown
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
news:YWLne.4532$Kt2.4076@fe07.highwinds-media.phx...
> Kerry Brown wrote:
>> "Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
>> news:URAne.3211$C72.1768@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
>>> rotnrat wrote:
>>>> I have found that for the most part when someone acts this way
>>>> towards another human, they are really trying to cover their own
>>>> inadequacies, but in truth it is a cowardly way to make yourself
>>>> feel important.
>>>
>>> I guess all English teachers must be inadequate cowards, then? I
>>> wasn't going to kill-file you because I found you amusing, but
>>> you're beginning to bore me now. Into the kill-file with you!
>>>
>>> --
>>> In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/
>>
>> Perhaps English teachers are better suited to perusing alt.english
>> than microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware. Last I checked this was
>> newsgroup for helping people with hardware problems when using
>> Windows XP. If you have nothing to add that's on topic it is best to
>> just move on to the next thread or at least change the header to
>> reflect that your post is OT.
>> If you are a retired English teacher I am very sorry for the students
>> that had to endure your classes.
>>
>> Kerry
>
> I retired through ill-health and my kids were very sorry to see me go. I
> still go back occasionally to help out. Our Key Stage 1 and 2 pass rate
> was continually in the mid to high 90%.

Then you had a different attitude in the classroom than you do on Usenet.
Behaviourist teaching usually emphasises rewarding good behaviour rather
than punishing bad behaviour. If a teacher publicly ridiculed a pupil like
you do in some posts they wouldn't last long in most western culture school
systems. I am sorry about your health.

My point about off topic posts still stands. If you feel duty bound to
correct peoples grammar without adding any other value to the thread please
insert an OT into the header. I have seen you post on topic before. The
answers were usually spot on. I would like to read those posts but I am
tired of reading rants about poor grammar and spelling.

Kerry


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