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On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 06:05:01 +0000 (UTC), "Franz Heymann"
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In that case, take the trouble to read them correctly.

Franz


Martin:


bigbe1.bellsouth.net!bigfeed2.bellsouth.net!news. bellsouth.net!elnk-atl-
nf1!newsfeed.earthlink.net!newshosting.com!nx02.i ad01.newshosting.com!ne
wsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.fjserv.net!feed.news.tisc ali.de!news.belwue.de!n
ews.uni-stuttgart.de!carbon.eu.sun.com!btnet-feed5!btnet!news.btopenworl
d.com!not-for-mail

Franz:

bigbe1.bellsouth.net!bigfeed2.bellsouth.net!news. bellsouth.net!cyclone1.
gnilink.net!gnilink.net!peer01.cox.net!cox.net!ne wshosting.com!nx02.iad0
1.newshosting.com!newsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.fjser v.net!feed.news.tiscali
.de!news.belwue.de!news.uni-stuttgart.de!carbon.eu.sun.com!btnet-feed5!b
tnet!news.btopenworld.com!not-for-mail

Whoops...close enough for me...


Then you prove you don't understand headers. Both use the same isp, so
its not surpriding that posts take the same route. All those headers
are is the route news takes.

If you look at the other headers, you'll see that the versions of
Outlook used are different (not conclusive in itself, but in conjunction
with the totally different posting styles and contents, its pretty
obvious to me that they are not the same.)

BUSTED.


Now wait for the wrongful arrest charges.

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If you look at the other headers, you'll see that the versions of
Outlook used are different (not conclusive in itself, but in conjunction
with the totally different posting styles and contents, its pretty
obvious to me that they are not the same.)


Certainly not conclusive in itself. Heck, I've got two different
versions of Outlook Express on two different computers in this very
room (I never bohered upgrading the one on the seldom used computer in
the network, mainly because I don't even bother using Outlook in the
first place). But if I *did* use Outlook, depending on which computer
I used, that would determine the version of Outlook on my headers. If
I had a work computer, which I don't, I'd bet that it would be
different as well. And a possible laptop? Sure, might be a fourth one.

As to the "totally different posting styles and contents", that's what
sockpuppeting is all about, innit?

That's some crazy people that they have using that ISP which suddenly
starts popping up on rec. garden.roses. It *must* be a coincidence,
since that ISP is as huge as demon...
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On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 16:36:17 +0100, newsb
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If you look at the other headers, you'll see that the versions of
Outlook used are different (not conclusive in itself, but in conjunction
with the totally different posting styles and contents, its pretty
obvious to me that they are not the same.)


Certainly not conclusive in itself. Heck, I've got two different
versions of Outlook Express on two different computers in this very
room (I never bohered upgrading the one on the seldom used computer in
the network, mainly because I don't even bother using Outlook in the
first place). But if I *did* use Outlook, depending on which computer
I used, that would determine the version of Outlook on my headers. If
I had a work computer, which I don't, I'd bet that it would be
different as well. And a possible laptop? Sure, might be a fourth one.

As to the "totally different posting styles and contents", that's what
sockpuppeting is all about, innit?

That's some crazy people that they have using that ISP which suddenly
starts popping up on rec. garden.roses. It *must* be a coincidence,
since that ISP is as huge as demon...
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"dave weil" wrote in message
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[snip]

That's some crazy people that they have using that ISP which

suddenly
starts popping up on rec. garden.roses. It *must* be a coincidence,
since that ISP is as huge as demon...


You are once again showing what a failure you are as far as deductive
powers are concerned. The ISP I use is run by British Telephone,
which is the major telephone company in the UK, so it is not a notable
coincidence if two urglers use it.

If you had had any powers of observation, you would also by now have
noticed that I make no secret of the fact that I live at the top of
Wensleydale and the Martin who supports the Bexhill Rose Society posts
from Bexhill (there are at least 3 Martins who participate in urg).
If you knew how to use a ruler, and you could lay your hands on a map
of the UK in that benighted part of the world you live in, you might
be able to establish for yourself that the distance between those
places is more than 300 miles.

Franz



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"dave weil" wrote in message
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[snip]

That's some crazy people that they have using that ISP which

suddenly
starts popping up on rec. garden.roses. It *must* be a coincidence,
since that ISP is as huge as demon...


You are once again showing what a failure you are as far as deductive
powers are concerned. The ISP I use is run by British Telephone,
which is the major telephone company in the UK, so it is not a notable
coincidence if two urglers use it.

If you had had any powers of observation, you would also by now have
noticed that I make no secret of the fact that I live at the top of
Wensleydale and the Martin who supports the Bexhill Rose Society posts
from Bexhill (there are at least 3 Martins who participate in urg).
If you knew how to use a ruler, and you could lay your hands on a map
of the UK in that benighted part of the world you live in, you might
be able to establish for yourself that the distance between those
places is more than 300 miles.

Franz





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