Restoration technique [Was: Re: Bay Area: IBM 4341 and HP3000]

Sean Caron scaron at
Wed Jan 14 18:33:07 CST 2015

Wha? All I did was offer up some free space, bandwidth and static IPs when
various people expressed a need.

I didn't realize that Jay was the only person allowed to respond to those
kind of requests here so I'll say no more when such threads come up and
I'll leave it to him.

I don't understand why my just offering up some free hosting got Jay so
worked up where he needs to come in here and basically say, hey, everything
you are running is a joke, waste of time... and, I mean, fine, you can have
your own opinion of my home network, but I felt his messages ran deeper as
a personal attack against me and my level of skill as a professional

If this list were running on my machines, the first thing I'd tell you is
that you don't owe me a darn thing for doing it.

I will leave if asked, after all, I guess it's Jay's sandbox.



On Wed, Jan 14, 2015 at 5:47 PM, geneb <geneb at> wrote:

> On Wed, 14 Jan 2015, js at wrote:
>> What does *PLONK* mean?   I keep seeing that here.
>>  It's the sound an email address makes when it strikes the inside of the
> killfile. :)
> A killfile is a thing that holds email addresses.  When an inbound email
> finds a match in the killfile, it's simply dropped on the floor and never
> delivered.
> g.
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