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He couldn't bear being told that he was wrong, or perhaps it was that I generously referred to him as "smeg for brains". So he forwarded one of my posts to my system administrator, complaining of Usenet abuse. Poor little namby-pamby baby. Here's a sound clip from Red Dwarf for you: http://www.angelfire.com/wa/WolfensWorld/images/Smeghed1.wav Bev -- Bev A. Kupf Bev's House of Pancakes...

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    He couldn't bear being told that he was wrong, or perhaps it was
    that I generously referred to him as "smeg for brains". So he
    forwarded one of my posts to my system administrator, complaining
    of Usenet abuse.

    Poor little namby-pamby baby. Here's a sound clip from Red Dwarf
    for you:
    http://www.angelfire.com/wa/WolfensWorld/images/Smeghed1.wav

    Bev
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    In article <mimnet.northwestern.edu>,
    "Bev A. Kupf" <mimnet.northwestern.edu> wrote:
     


    heh. Thanks!
    Michael

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    Bev A. Kupf <mimnet.northwestern.edu> wrote:
     

    I have to say that, despite having followed his antics for several
    years, I'm surprised by this. I actually would have believed this was
    beneath even him. Just curious - which post of yours did he forward?
    And did your sys admin laugh while telling you about it?

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    Bev A. Kupf <mimnet.northwestern.edu> wrote:
     
    >
    > Yes ...... my sysadmin, like myself, is a Red Dwarf fanatic[/ref]

    Oh, this is way too funny! I have to say I was unfamiliar with Red
    Dwarf when I read your "smeg for brains" put down (although I've since
    familiarized myself with it and plan to watch it now), so I had no idea
    what you were really calling him. Of course, Mr. Wolf had absolutely no
    idea what you were calling him, either.

    I wonder what he'd do if I called him pee pee head...

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    >He couldn't bear being told that he was wrong, or perhaps it was 

    This is one reasons why I value aol. Its very difficult to be friends with
    those in the abuse or administrator department and suspect to get away with
    abuse.

    On your isp it appears you are friends with these people, so they are not
    taking your posts literally. Complaining to abuse is a vain effort.
    Crucifyself03 Guest

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    On Thu, 31 Jul 2003 15:40:10 -0500, Bev A. Kupf wrote
    (in message <mimnet.northwestern.edu>):
     

    He's upset 'cause you think he's as bright as a brand of Swedish white goods?
    Shouldn't it be the Swedes who should be upset?
     

    Bloody hell. Whatever would he do if he encountered someone like Styx or
    Tigalth or Tiggie's boyfriend, Hines the Hawaiian Housing Officer? Or even
    Enough?
     



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    On 8/1/03 10:39 AM, in article aol.com,
    "Crucifyself03" <comnojunk> wrote:
     
    >
    > This is one reasons why I value aol. Its very difficult to be friends with
    > those in the abuse or administrator department and suspect to get away with
    > abuse.
    >
    > On your isp it appears you are friends with these people, so they are not
    > taking your posts literally. Complaining to abuse is a vain effort.[/ref]

    Complain to Earthlink, that is his ISP!!

    Robert Guest

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    In article <tdl.com>, Phil Stripling
    <zzn.com> wrote:
     
    >
    > I've always assumed 'smeg' was a reference to smegma? Any way to find out?[/ref]

    Watch almost any episode of 'Red Dwarf'.

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    >Complain to Earthlink, that is his ISP!!

    I doubt it.
    Crucifyself03 Guest

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