Posted by Amanda Hugandkiss on July 22, 1998 at 15:38:48:
In Reply to: VULTURES WITH PATRIOT FEATHERS posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on July 22, 1998 at 14:24:49:
: This is the very best metaphor I could conjure,
: in light of the enormous efforts we continue
: to expend, in the face of terribly widespread
: copyright infringements, and equally offensive
: messages from so-called professionals, after
: we politely and professionally inform them
: of the exact evidentiary proof of the violations
: we have confirmed, after using a triply redundant
: methodology for doing so.
Excuse me, politely. Not hardly. Politely would be "Excuse me, but you are hosting copyrighted materials on your site, please ask the user to remove them". You send out a bogus lawsuit. I do not consider that polite. And "Triply redundant", what you consider 3 email messages triple redundancy? Hello, please go down to the corner market and purchase a clue
: You can bet that not one of these people has
: ever published ANYTHING in their entire lives,
: nor will they ever.
Bzzzzzzt. Wrong, try again, schmuck-o
: The IRS does not have a monopoly on vultures.
And the US government does not have a monopoly on idiots, either, so what's your point?
: /s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
: Author (under a pen nam)
He uses a pen nam [sic] yet scolds others for doing the same. What a double standard!
: : Why resort to insults? It seems utterly childish to me and not a good way to influence people.
- VULTURES WITH PATRIOT FEATHERS Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. 16:49:08 7/22/98 (1)
- Re: VULTURES WITH PATRIOT FEATHERS Amanda Hugandkiss 23:05:09 7/22/98 (0)
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