• Re: Hacker Group Releases Password To NSA's "Top Secret Arsenal" - so w

    From FredW@1:396/4 to All on Sun Apr 9 19:08:32 2017
    From: FredW <fredw@ninmule.invalid>

    On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 20:10:25 +0200, "s|b" <me@privacy.invalid> wrote:

    On Sun, 9 Apr 2017 11:50:58 -0400, Wolf K wrote:

    Ado, adu. Old word, found only in that cliche phrase. It just means
    "doing stuff", or "fuss".

    Do you by any chance have a definition for 'spelling Nazi' ? ;-)

    I do not appreciate you using the N.. word for anything.
    (and you use the wrong term).
    :-(((

    We leave using those inflammatory words to Erdogan and people like him.
    :-(

    By the way ... you lost.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin's_law


    (and I do not think Wolf K. deserves such qualification)

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  • From s|b@1:396/4 to All on Mon Apr 10 16:10:56 2017
    From: "s|b" <me@privacy.invalid>

    On Sun, 9 Apr 2017 19:46:37 -0400, Wolf K wrote:

    Do you by any chance have a definition for 'spelling Nazi' ? ;-)

    Yes: me.

    Hah!

    hh (-:

    Well, I must admit I learned something new. I was familiar with the
    expression, but not with the way it is written.

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  • From s|b@1:396/4 to All on Mon Apr 10 16:21:20 2017
    From: "s|b" <me@privacy.invalid>

    On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 23:08:33 +0200, FredW wrote:
    Do you by any chance have a definition for 'spelling Nazi' ? ;-)

    I do not appreciate you using the N.. word for anything.

    It's a common expression, as well as 'grammar Nazi'. (And I thought the "n-word" stands for something else.)

    (and you use the wrong term).
    :-(((

    No, I don't. 'spelling Nazi', 'grammar Nazi', check the definition.

    We leave using those inflammatory words to Erdogan and people like him.
    :-(

    It's a common expression, although I think Erdogan might not be familiar
    with it.

    By the way ... you lost.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin's_law

    I'd say you're using the wrong term. I wasn't taking part in the
    discussion.

    (and I do not think Wolf K. deserves such qualification)

    You /did/ notice the little smiley at the end, yes?

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  • From FredW@1:396/4 to All on Mon Apr 10 18:02:44 2017
    From: FredW <fredw@ninmule.invalid>

    On Mon, 10 Apr 2017 20:21:20 +0200, "s|b" <me@privacy.invalid> wrote:
    On Sun, 09 Apr 2017 23:08:33 +0200, FredW wrote:


    Just a few comments ..

    Do you by any chance have a definition for 'spelling Nazi' ? ;-)

    I do not appreciate you using the N.. word for anything.

    It's a common expression, as well as 'grammar Nazi'. (And I thought the >"n-word" stands for something else.)

    It is certainly not a common expression for many, many people.
    It refers to a very dark period in the history of Europe (and the whole
    world), World War II.
    It is not done to refer so casual to the regime that brought so much
    misery and suffering in that period (gas chambers!)
    (dozens of millions (!) of people were killed in Europe in 1939-1945)


    We leave using those inflammatory words to Erdogan and people like him.
    :-(

    It's a common expression, although I think Erdogan might not be familiar
    with it.

    It is not a common expression, I have never seen it before.

    President Erdogan of Turkey has accused the governments of Germany, Netherlands, Denmark and Belgium of being fascists and nazis.
    That has created much political tension between Turkey and those
    countries.

    Don't you follow the news?
    Don't you know the history of Western Europe, including your country?

    I cannot see any humor whatsoever in you using such a wrong expression,
    how many smilies you may add to it.

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