Problem with RF73 DSSI disk

Johnny Billquist bqt at
Sat Sep 5 05:10:21 CDT 2015

Holm. You may call it whatever you want.

I found your comments insulting. And following your advice I'll not 
ignore you. Have fun.


On 2015-09-05 09:00, Holm Tiffe wrote:
> Johnny Billquist wrote:
> [..]
>>> He Johnny, clam down.
>>> There was _NO_ Answer at all.
>> Yes. And what is your problem with that? Noone answered, so live with it.
>>> Did you mean that it is better for me that people that doesn't
>>> answer me additionaly can't read my messages?
>>> Does this make any difference?
>> What the hell? There is no indication that people can't read your
>> messages. You have gotten plenty of answers in the past. In addition,
>> you can yourself also see that your messages reached the list.
>> If you do not get an answer, it is because people either do not have an
>> answer, or else do not want to answer.
>> Trying to offend them by being sarcastic will most likely not get you
>> any more answers. However, it do show, to others reading, that you are
>> pretty much expecting and demanding that people respond to your posts.
>> Which is a rather child-like behavior. We are not here to satisfy your
>> needs.
> Johnny, If you think we should fight over the same thing every time,
> please continue. This is exactly the same topic as in the port-vax list
> 2 or 3 years before. Otherwise (using your words): live with it.
>>> Im 52 years old (as you know) and already had my first heart attac last
>>> year so don't tell me that I sould behave more adult.
>>> Possibly I don't have so much time left that I can wait any time.
>> Who knows how much time they have left. Does that make it ok to offend
>> anyone else who is not responding to your every demand?
>> I think not. You are free to disagree, but in that case I will
>> definitely ignore you.
> What I have done?
> I was sarcastic, that was all.
> There where no insulting words in my mail.
> What I have reached with that?
> Besides of your opinion about my childishness, there where other answers
> that where at least interresting. (Thanks to Dave and Richard at this point,
> I've subscribed comp.os.vms in the meantime but think I meet the same
> people there)
>>> Let me live the rest of my time like a child playing with old computers,
>>> that's exactly why we are here; nothing else matters.
>>> I know that people trying to help, trust me, I'm doing that in other,
>>> cases with other people too and there are other people that pissing me
>>> off. But: I don't have a killfile.
>> I do have a killfile. If people start offending me, or being generally
>> obnoxious, I am obviously not going to change them, nor do I care enough
>> to actually waste my time doing that. My time is precious enough to me
>> as it is.
>> So the obvious solution is to just ignore them from that point on. They
>> can go on ranting about how unfair people are to them, and I do not have
>> to read it.
>> 	Johnny
>> --
> "When people start offending me.." ... read was I wrote and read again
> what you wrote.
> "I am obviously not going to change them" .. but this is exactly what you
> trying to do here.
> Sorry for being "obnoxious":
> My Answer to your answer in this thread was "Yes", accepting what our
> wrote to me, now the thing was done for me.  I knew why I only wrote that.
> So from my point of view you don't wanted the discussion to be completed,
> so that seems to be your hobby. You are looking a little bit like an
> choleric from here, may be I'm the only one that feels like this.
> Besides of that I know that you are an clever fellow and you trying to
> help if you can. So if that aren't your shoes, why the heck your trying
> to wear them?
> About the killfile:
> I think I'm a "strong enough personality" so I don't think the computer
> should decide for me if I should read something or not. On the other side
> I'm trying to help people if I can, even if the pissed on my shoes in the
> past and sometimes enemies are turning into friends over time. No, don't
> need no killfile on my side. Don't get me wrong, that's no technical
> problem this time, we all get tons of spam mails and most of us have
> mechanisms to prevent spam from appearing in the inbox. I'm a small hosting
> company of my own and the usual mechanisms for that are installed an working,
> no problem to add folks there but I prefer deciding myself.
> Back to the topic:
> I think it where much more helpful to answer things like "Sorry don't know,
> never had todo with that", vs.  simply saying nothing at all, leaving
> the man that looks for help alone. Maybe that's only my point of view,
> maybe not.
> about my intention: When I ask for help or opinions, I need that help
> or opinion, since I can't find a way tho clear the problem on my own.
> So Dave Wade isn't totally wrong with that what he thinks about my post.
> Maybe not "a cry of desperation" maybe more " there anyone
> out there..?"
> ..
> Now, after that many text about "Role of Meaning" is it just me that
> thinks that the time where better to be used for clearing technical
> problems?
> Regards,
> Holm

Johnny Billquist                  || "I'm on a bus
                                   ||  on a psychedelic trip
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pdp is alive!                     ||  tryin' to stay hip" - B. Idol

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