Public Service Announcement

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by UK Usenet Posting Administrator, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. This is a Usenet Public Service Announcement:

    The poster John Smith (really Ian Keith Gomeche of Banchory,
    Scotland, has transgressed the laws of UK Usenet. His posts are now
    going on autocancel. Whilst we tune the software one of two of his
    posts may slip through. We apologise for this.

    That is all.

    UK Usenet Posting Administrator
     
    UK Usenet Posting Administrator, Feb 29, 2004
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    John Smith Guest

    ha ha very clever whellans / huyton

    so what about all the highly libellous flame i am getting whi i am just
    responding to

    laws of uk usenet ?

    what bollox is that huyton / whellans?

    ikg

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    "UK Usenet Posting Administrator"
    This is a Usenet Public Service Announcement:

    The poster John Smith (really Ian Keith Gomeche of Banchory,
    Scotland, has transgressed the laws of UK Usenet. His posts are now
    going on autocancel. Whilst we tune the software one of two of his
    posts may slip through. We apologise for this.

    That is all.

    UK Usenet Posting Administrator
     
    John Smith, Feb 29, 2004
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    John Smith Guest

    "since when has the brish british gov used altopia.corp for its internet
    access huyton you oh so celver little smartars

    that was too clever for whellans to have come up with unless jackson did it


    ikg

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    This is a Usenet Public Service Announcement:

    The poster John Smith (really Ian Keith Gomeche of Banchory,
    Scotland, has transgressed the laws of UK Usenet. His posts are now
    going on autocancel. Whilst we tune the software one of two of his
    posts may slip through. We apologise for this.

    That is all.

    UK Usenet Posting Administrator
     
    John Smith, Feb 29, 2004
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    John Smith Guest

    amazingly this did come from krysrtian whellans as he has started to us that
    atropica .com thing or whatever to try to disguse his IP address

    didn't think he was clever enough

    whellans is attempting toimaster the art of email header spoofing but he
    still has a long way to go

    huyton is something of an expert in the hacking field which is why i assumed
    it must have been him



    so now whellans is passing himself off as the british government, it seems

    ho hum

    so come on all the outraged of tunbidge wells etc who thought i should be
    shot for using and pasing myself off as some paper companies

    start complaining about whellans then

    you mean you won't , cos he is 'our boy' ?

    i understand

    ikg

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    "UK Usenet Posting Administrator"
    This is a Usenet Public Service Announcement:

    The poster John Smith (really Ian Keith Gomeche of Banchory,
    Scotland, has transgressed the laws of UK Usenet. His posts are now
    going on autocancel. Whilst we tune the software one of two of his
    posts may slip through. We apologise for this.

    That is all.

    UK Usenet Posting Administrator
     
    John Smith, Feb 29, 2004
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