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Old 09 Sep 2004, 10:15 am
Vernacular? That's a derby!
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Default Re: 02/03 Impreza (a real piece-o-junk in the Subaru/FHI tradition !!)


Really now Paul...? I found great amusement after reading your amazing
reply : )

(You wouldn't happen to be a devotee of the Church of $cientology
would you..? Indeed, I have noticed an almost cult-like following
among some Subaru/FHI owners. They remind me alot of
the Unification Church zombies and the $cientologists with their tables
on the sidewalks in the city trying to fetch 'engrams' and $$$ from abject
suckers and fooles, much like the average salespeople at your local
Subaru Dealership.....grin hint-hint know-what-I-mean, nudge-nudge..)

Paul, you show me verifiable proof of a Subaru, and I mean ANY
Subaru or Fuji Heavy Industries product, that has 200K (or more??!)
on the Odometer, that is not falling apart at the seams and blowing MUCH
blue oil smoke and barely passes USA new emissions testing, and I'll buy
you a bag of NYC's finest Brooklyn baked bagles and have them
sent to you via Fed-Ex.

Subaru cars are designed very badly from a classic
mechanical engineering standpoint. FHI copied the
classic Volkswagen Beetle engine, made it much
bigger and raised the cylinder compression to a very
high level. As a result their engines run *very hot* and
is well known by almost every mechanic and service
shop that a Subaru/FHI car which has 50K miles or
more on it will be a "driveway dripper". (taking into
consideration the poor Japanese-made gaskets that
they use which are made of pressed paperboard and
cheap recycled polymers) Bottom line is that every
H-O'ppsd Subie Engine is a ticking time bomb on the
verge of either exploding in an oil-shower bath when
the gaskets finally blowout, or pistons seize into place
like when a NFL Linebacker slides across dry astroturf
to a halt with friction burns on his a--!

Also to be considered is Subaru/FHI's Horizontally Opposed
Cylinder design in which the same are placed exactly 180° apart
from each other, albeit staggeed. Because the cylinders are in
the *same flat plane* as the roadway, gravity will cause oil to pool
and remain in the bottom of the same. After the engine is shut off
and still hot, any oil remaining in the cylinder COOKS to a BOIL
in the bottom of the same instead of draining back into the oil pan!

The result is when the car is re-started, a strip of TAR LIKE BURNT
OIL is rubbed into the bottom cylinder walls, piston rings and crud
is shoved up against the cylinder head. Over time this creates a score in
the same and drastically shortened engine life. Ever wonder what that *oil
like* SMELL
is when you start up your Subaru in the morning cold?? It's the BURNT OIL
that is
left in the cylinders, having being cooked and now *scored* into the
cylinder walls and burnt off via combustion! (Hint: if you want to get
100K (?) out of
a Subie, you had better be using 100% Synthetic Hi-Temp oil 5W-30 weight!)

I could go on but you get it idea. Subaru FHI cars are fit only for
use in Nintendo Video Games like Super Mario 5. (Mario drives a
Subaru in Virtual Reality you know) In REAL LIFE, if you want a car that
is built well and DESIGNED PROPERLY FROM AN ENGINEERING
STANDPOINT, buy yourself a Honda or a Toyota instead of a
Subaru/FHI Product.

Their cars are fit ONLY for use in Video Games and driven by the
moe-rons 'merkins who are stupid enough to pay big $$$$ for
these horrid yuppie-like station wagon type cars.

Subaru/FHI should be put among the forgetable cars of history.
The Subaru Outback, Baja, Impreza and the rest are 8Japan's answer*
to the Yugoslavian Yugo, the USA's Chevy Vega, the Fiat Strada, the East
German Trabant and several other examples of automotive history that
is not even worth recycling the raw materials into new cars from.
The world would be a better place if Subaru/Fuji Heavy Industries
recalled every one of their horrid, unreliable, poorly built and designed
goofy station wagons, dumped them into the ocean off the coast
of NJ or NC for use as artificial reefs for endangered marine life
right alongside the old NYC LIRR cars at present.

In closing, if you want a good laugh, go to the FHI Corporate Site
http://www.fhi.co.jp/english/corp/outline/index.html
and read the .PDF file called "The Fuji Dynamic Revolution"

Here: http://www.fhi.co.jp/fina/english/vision/index.html

----------------------------------------------------------
(FHI) QUALITY POLICY (Established in November 1994)

"FHI considers customer satisfaction as the first
priority, and will work constantly to improve products
and services to provide world-class quality"
----------------------------------------------------------

BAAAAAAAAA....HA HA HA HA HA HA......
WHAT A LOAD OF KEERRRAPPPPPP !!!!!

Instead of making cars, Subaru/FHI should be >writing speeches<
for George W Bush, John Kerry and other slippery-type US politicians.
Truly the FDR-1 document has got to be the *greatest load of utter BS
that I've read since I got my Annual Financial Report of Halliburton Corp
in the mail !

Oy-Vey Jeeze Louise cut-me-a-break!

--------- end -----------

Someone get me a nice bagel with cream cheese and
a copy of the Wall Street Journal. I need a writers
break and a visit from my crazy brother in law about now. ; ) ; )

---------------------------------

"Henry Paul" <callisto@email.uophx.edu> wrote in message
news:10jvo8sm8cs30af@corp.supernews.com...
> Um, first of all those of us reading this post ALREADY own a Subaru.

Second
> you are wasting your time complaining about reliability in a group with

cars
> that have easily passed 200, 300, and 400 thousand miles and are still
> running strong.
>
> --
> Henry Paul


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Old 09 Sep 2004, 12:28 pm
Rick Courtright
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Default Re: 02/03 Impreza (a real piece-o-junk in the Subaru/FHI tradition !!)

"Vernacular? That's a derby!" wrote:
>
> Really now Paul...? I found great amusement after reading your amazing
> reply : )


It's so good to know we can bring joy to the life of a cross-posting
troll. Hope you guys in all the other groups enjoy this character, too.

BTW, Troll, if I liked bagels I'd argue the 355,261 miles on my Subie's
original engine, that just passed California (toughest in the nation)
smog check last month, might help disprove your tirades. But I don't
care for bagels. Or arguing with idiots.

Rick
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Old 09 Sep 2004, 02:41 pm
Steve n Holly
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Default Re: 02/03 Impreza (a real piece-o-junk in the Subaru/FHI tradition !!)

You know

While I do not know details I do know of a few Subies with >100K miles on
them, although I am not up on their repair history.

You spend a while bashing the boxer engine--I might point out that a small
German firm has done ok with the boxer--ever hear of Porsche?


"Vernacular? That's a derby!" <boing3eerb@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:63d4a$414065ad$d1cc796f$2552@snip.allthenewsg roups.com...
>
> Really now Paul...? I found great amusement after reading your amazing
> reply : )
>
> (You wouldn't happen to be a devotee of the Church of $cientology
> would you..? Indeed, I have noticed an almost cult-like following
> among some Subaru/FHI owners. They remind me alot of
> the Unification Church zombies and the $cientologists with their tables
> on the sidewalks in the city trying to fetch 'engrams' and $$$ from abject
> suckers and fooles, much like the average salespeople at your local
> Subaru Dealership.....grin hint-hint know-what-I-mean, nudge-nudge..)
>
> Paul, you show me verifiable proof of a Subaru, and I mean ANY
> Subaru or Fuji Heavy Industries product, that has 200K (or more??!)
> on the Odometer, that is not falling apart at the seams and blowing MUCH
> blue oil smoke and barely passes USA new emissions testing, and I'll buy
> you a bag of NYC's finest Brooklyn baked bagles and have them
> sent to you via Fed-Ex.
>
> Subaru cars are designed very badly from a classic
> mechanical engineering standpoint. FHI copied the
> classic Volkswagen Beetle engine, made it much
> bigger and raised the cylinder compression to a very
> high level. As a result their engines run *very hot* and
> is well known by almost every mechanic and service
> shop that a Subaru/FHI car which has 50K miles or
> more on it will be a "driveway dripper". (taking into
> consideration the poor Japanese-made gaskets that
> they use which are made of pressed paperboard and
> cheap recycled polymers) Bottom line is that every
> H-O'ppsd Subie Engine is a ticking time bomb on the
> verge of either exploding in an oil-shower bath when
> the gaskets finally blowout, or pistons seize into place
> like when a NFL Linebacker slides across dry astroturf
> to a halt with friction burns on his a--!
>
> Also to be considered is Subaru/FHI's Horizontally Opposed
> Cylinder design in which the same are placed exactly 180° apart
> from each other, albeit staggeed. Because the cylinders are in
> the *same flat plane* as the roadway, gravity will cause oil to pool
> and remain in the bottom of the same. After the engine is shut off
> and still hot, any oil remaining in the cylinder COOKS to a BOIL
> in the bottom of the same instead of draining back into the oil pan!
>
> The result is when the car is re-started, a strip of TAR LIKE BURNT
> OIL is rubbed into the bottom cylinder walls, piston rings and crud
> is shoved up against the cylinder head. Over time this creates a score in
> the same and drastically shortened engine life. Ever wonder what that *oil
> like* SMELL
> is when you start up your Subaru in the morning cold?? It's the BURNT OIL
> that is
> left in the cylinders, having being cooked and now *scored* into the
> cylinder walls and burnt off via combustion! (Hint: if you want to get
> 100K (?) out of
> a Subie, you had better be using 100% Synthetic Hi-Temp oil 5W-30 weight!)
>
> I could go on but you get it idea. Subaru FHI cars are fit only for
> use in Nintendo Video Games like Super Mario 5. (Mario drives a
> Subaru in Virtual Reality you know) In REAL LIFE, if you want a car that
> is built well and DESIGNED PROPERLY FROM AN ENGINEERING
> STANDPOINT, buy yourself a Honda or a Toyota instead of a
> Subaru/FHI Product.
>
> Their cars are fit ONLY for use in Video Games and driven by the
> moe-rons 'merkins who are stupid enough to pay big $$$$ for
> these horrid yuppie-like station wagon type cars.
>
> Subaru/FHI should be put among the forgetable cars of history.
> The Subaru Outback, Baja, Impreza and the rest are 8Japan's answer*
> to the Yugoslavian Yugo, the USA's Chevy Vega, the Fiat Strada, the East
> German Trabant and several other examples of automotive history that
> is not even worth recycling the raw materials into new cars from.
> The world would be a better place if Subaru/Fuji Heavy Industries
> recalled every one of their horrid, unreliable, poorly built and designed
> goofy station wagons, dumped them into the ocean off the coast
> of NJ or NC for use as artificial reefs for endangered marine life
> right alongside the old NYC LIRR cars at present.
>
> In closing, if you want a good laugh, go to the FHI Corporate Site
> http://www.fhi.co.jp/english/corp/outline/index.html
> and read the .PDF file called "The Fuji Dynamic Revolution"
>
> Here: http://www.fhi.co.jp/fina/english/vision/index.html
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> (FHI) QUALITY POLICY (Established in November 1994)
>
> "FHI considers customer satisfaction as the first
> priority, and will work constantly to improve products
> and services to provide world-class quality"
> ----------------------------------------------------------
>
> BAAAAAAAAA....HA HA HA HA HA HA......
> WHAT A LOAD OF KEERRRAPPPPPP !!!!!
>
> Instead of making cars, Subaru/FHI should be >writing speeches<
> for George W Bush, John Kerry and other slippery-type US politicians.
> Truly the FDR-1 document has got to be the *greatest load of utter BS
> that I've read since I got my Annual Financial Report of Halliburton Corp
> in the mail !
>
> Oy-Vey Jeeze Louise cut-me-a-break!
>
> --------- end -----------
>
> Someone get me a nice bagel with cream cheese and
> a copy of the Wall Street Journal. I need a writers
> break and a visit from my crazy brother in law about now. ; ) ; )
>
> ---------------------------------
>
> "Henry Paul" <callisto@email.uophx.edu> wrote in message
> news:10jvo8sm8cs30af@corp.supernews.com...
> > Um, first of all those of us reading this post ALREADY own a Subaru.

> Second
> > you are wasting your time complaining about reliability in a group with

> cars
> > that have easily passed 200, 300, and 400 thousand miles and are still
> > running strong.
> >
> > --
> > Henry Paul

>



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Old 09 Sep 2004, 09:58 pm
Henry Paul
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I accept your challenge.

http://hometown.aol.com/nv1z/subaruh...eage.html?f=fs

Go to gallery and you will find links for 100, 200, 300, 400k miles. (I
think the 400 section is still blank at this point in time.)

I personally have 103k on my '96 Impreza. My dad has a '95 and '93 with 155k
and 165k respectively. Neither of us has had any problems whatsoever.

As far as engine temps I really don't know what you are talking about. I can
park my car from highway driving and pop the hood. Before I can get my oil
pan in position the car is cool enough to change the oil. Neither of us has
any kind of fluid leak either.

If you want to complain about leaks and engine problems, maybe you should go
hang out in a Jeep forum. ;-)

So, do you want my address for the bagels?

--
Henry Paul


"Vernacular? That's a derby!" <boing3eerb@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:63d4a$414065ad$d1cc796f$2552@snip.allthenewsg roups.com...
>
> Really now Paul...? I found great amusement after reading your amazing
> reply : )
>
> (You wouldn't happen to be a devotee of the Church of $cientology
> would you..? Indeed, I have noticed an almost cult-like following
> among some Subaru/FHI owners. They remind me alot of
> the Unification Church zombies and the $cientologists with their tables
> on the sidewalks in the city trying to fetch 'engrams' and $$$ from abject
> suckers and fooles, much like the average salespeople at your local
> Subaru Dealership.....grin hint-hint know-what-I-mean, nudge-nudge..)
>
> Paul, you show me verifiable proof of a Subaru, and I mean ANY
> Subaru or Fuji Heavy Industries product, that has 200K (or more??!)
> on the Odometer, that is not falling apart at the seams and blowing MUCH
> blue oil smoke and barely passes USA new emissions testing, and I'll buy
> you a bag of NYC's finest Brooklyn baked bagles and have them
> sent to you via Fed-Ex.
>
> Subaru cars are designed very badly from a classic
> mechanical engineering standpoint. FHI copied the
> classic Volkswagen Beetle engine, made it much
> bigger and raised the cylinder compression to a very
> high level. As a result their engines run *very hot* and
> is well known by almost every mechanic and service
> shop that a Subaru/FHI car which has 50K miles or
> more on it will be a "driveway dripper". (taking into
> consideration the poor Japanese-made gaskets that
> they use which are made of pressed paperboard and
> cheap recycled polymers) Bottom line is that every
> H-O'ppsd Subie Engine is a ticking time bomb on the
> verge of either exploding in an oil-shower bath when
> the gaskets finally blowout, or pistons seize into place
> like when a NFL Linebacker slides across dry astroturf
> to a halt with friction burns on his a--!



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Old 09 Sep 2004, 10:31 pm
CompUser
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In article <63d4a$414065ad$d1cc796f$2552
@snip.allthenewsgroups.com>, boing3eerb@yahoo.com
says...
>
> Really now Paul...? I found great amusement after reading your amazing
> reply : )


Looks like you also found your Caps Lock key.
Good job.
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Old 11 Sep 2004, 09:12 pm
Rudy
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Default Re: 02/03 Impreza (a real piece-o-junk in the Subaru/FHI tradition !!) CROSSSPOSTING IDIOTS

Dear HALF-WITS !
If you are talking about the SUBARU Impreza..THERE IS NO NEED TO CROSSPOST
THIS DRIVEL to EIGHT UNINTERESTED other car brand newsgroups


"Henry Paul" <callisto@email.uophx.edu> wrote in message
news:10k22ivrs2oof45@corp.supernews.com...
> I accept your challenge.
>
> http://hometown.aol.com/nv1z/subaruh...eage.html?f=fs
>
> Go to gallery and you will find links for 100, 200, 300, 400k miles. (I
> think the 400 section is still blank at this point in time.)
>
> I personally have 103k on my '96 Impreza. My dad has a '95 and '93 with

155k
> and 165k respectively. Neither of us has had any problems whatsoever.
>
> As far as engine temps I really don't know what you are talking about. I

can
> park my car from highway driving and pop the hood. Before I can get my oil
> pan in position the car is cool enough to change the oil. Neither of us

has
> any kind of fluid leak either.
>
> If you want to complain about leaks and engine problems, maybe you should

go
> hang out in a Jeep forum. ;-)
>
> So, do you want my address for the bagels?
>
> --
> Henry Paul
>
>
> "Vernacular? That's a derby!" <boing3eerb@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:63d4a$414065ad$d1cc796f$2552@snip.allthenewsg roups.com...
> >
> > Really now Paul...? I found great amusement after reading your amazing
> > reply : )
> >
> > (You wouldn't happen to be a devotee of the Church of $cientology
> > would you..? Indeed, I have noticed an almost cult-like following
> > among some Subaru/FHI owners. They remind me alot of
> > the Unification Church zombies and the $cientologists with their tables
> > on the sidewalks in the city trying to fetch 'engrams' and $$$ from

abject
> > suckers and fooles, much like the average salespeople at your local
> > Subaru Dealership.....grin hint-hint know-what-I-mean, nudge-nudge..)
> >
> > Paul, you show me verifiable proof of a Subaru, and I mean ANY
> > Subaru or Fuji Heavy Industries product, that has 200K (or more??!)
> > on the Odometer, that is not falling apart at the seams and blowing MUCH
> > blue oil smoke and barely passes USA new emissions testing, and I'll buy
> > you a bag of NYC's finest Brooklyn baked bagles and have them
> > sent to you via Fed-Ex.
> >
> > Subaru cars are designed very badly from a classic
> > mechanical engineering standpoint. FHI copied the
> > classic Volkswagen Beetle engine, made it much
> > bigger and raised the cylinder compression to a very
> > high level. As a result their engines run *very hot* and
> > is well known by almost every mechanic and service
> > shop that a Subaru/FHI car which has 50K miles or
> > more on it will be a "driveway dripper". (taking into
> > consideration the poor Japanese-made gaskets that
> > they use which are made of pressed paperboard and
> > cheap recycled polymers) Bottom line is that every
> > H-O'ppsd Subie Engine is a ticking time bomb on the
> > verge of either exploding in an oil-shower bath when
> > the gaskets finally blowout, or pistons seize into place
> > like when a NFL Linebacker slides across dry astroturf
> > to a halt with friction burns on his a--!

>
>



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Old 11 Sep 2004, 09:52 pm
Bruce L. Bergman
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On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 01:12:40 GMT, "Rudy" <NoSpam@no-onehome.net>
wrote:

>Dear HALF-WITS !
>If you are talking about the SUBARU Impreza..THERE IS NO NEED TO CROSSPOST
>THIS DRIVEL to EIGHT UNINTERESTED other car brand newsgroups


Sure there is! They posted flame-bait to multiple antipathetic
groups (people who naturally would have a hard time getting along) to
see if anyone would react, and you swallowed the hook, line, sinker,
and are currently towing their boat across the lake for free. ;-)

And since you can count to eight, you knew it was a massive
crosspost before you responded. Words to the wise: Next time, don't
get pissed and give them the satisfaction of reacting. That's exactly
what they wanted.

Just mark all messages read (or ignore the whole thread), put the
original poster in your twit-filters so if they try it again you won't
see it, and move on. Pretty much everyone else did.

Sheesh. Usenet Noobies, it must be September again and school is
back in session... ;-P

--<< Bruce >>--
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Old 11 Sep 2004, 10:02 pm
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"Rudy" <NoSpam@no-onehome.net> muttered darkly in
news:coN0d.395865$gE.330491@pd7tw3no:

> Dear HALF-WITS !
> If you are talking about the SUBARU Impreza..THERE IS NO NEED TO
> CROSSPOST THIS DRIVEL to EIGHT UNINTERESTED other car brand
> newsgroups




So how come YOU DID *JUST THAT*? For a NetKop,you're not even a smart one.

<followup set to alt.autos.audi to keep things neat from this post on>



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Old 12 Sep 2004, 02:58 pm
roger
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Yeah, you can also have my address for the bagels----'84 GL wagon,
300,104 miles. Gonna use the bagels for what they are intended, new
wheels for my Delta tablesaw! *Sigh*
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

"Henry Paul" <callisto@email.uophx.edu> wrote in message news:<10k22ivrs2oof45@corp.supernews.com>...
> I accept your challenge.
>
> http://hometown.aol.com/nv1z/subaruh...eage.html?f=fs
>
> Go to gallery and you will find links for 100, 200, 300, 400k miles. (I
> think the 400 section is still blank at this point in time.)
>
> I personally have 103k on my '96 Impreza. My dad has a '95 and '93 with 155k
> and 165k respectively. Neither of us has had any problems whatsoever.
>
> As far as engine temps I really don't know what you are talking about. I can
> park my car from highway driving and pop the hood. Before I can get my oil
> pan in position the car is cool enough to change the oil. Neither of us has
> any kind of fluid leak either.
>
> If you want to complain about leaks and engine problems, maybe you should go
> hang out in a Jeep forum. ;-)
>
> So, do you want my address for the bagels?
>
> --
> Henry Paul
>
>
> "Vernacular? That's a derby!" <boing3eerb@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:63d4a$414065ad$d1cc796f$2552@snip.allthenewsg roups.com...
> >
> > Really now Paul...? I found great amusement after reading your amazing
> > reply : )
> >
> > (You wouldn't happen to be a devotee of the Church of $cientology
> > would you..? Indeed, I have noticed an almost cult-like following
> > among some Subaru/FHI owners. They remind me alot of
> > the Unification Church zombies and the $cientologists with their tables
> > on the sidewalks in the city trying to fetch 'engrams' and $$$ from abject
> > suckers and fooles, much like the average salespeople at your local
> > Subaru Dealership.....grin hint-hint know-what-I-mean, nudge-nudge..)
> >
> > Paul, you show me verifiable proof of a Subaru, and I mean ANY
> > Subaru or Fuji Heavy Industries product, that has 200K (or more??!)
> > on the Odometer, that is not falling apart at the seams and blowing MUCH
> > blue oil smoke and barely passes USA new emissions testing, and I'll buy
> > you a bag of NYC's finest Brooklyn baked bagles and have them
> > sent to you via Fed-Ex.
> >
> > Subaru cars are designed very badly from a classic
> > mechanical engineering standpoint. FHI copied the
> > classic Volkswagen Beetle engine, made it much
> > bigger and raised the cylinder compression to a very
> > high level. As a result their engines run *very hot* and
> > is well known by almost every mechanic and service
> > shop that a Subaru/FHI car which has 50K miles or
> > more on it will be a "driveway dripper". (taking into
> > consideration the poor Japanese-made gaskets that
> > they use which are made of pressed paperboard and
> > cheap recycled polymers) Bottom line is that every
> > H-O'ppsd Subie Engine is a ticking time bomb on the
> > verge of either exploding in an oil-shower bath when
> > the gaskets finally blowout, or pistons seize into place
> > like when a NFL Linebacker slides across dry astroturf
> > to a halt with friction burns on his a--!

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Old 14 Sep 2004, 11:28 pm
Rob Duncan
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"Bruce L. Bergman" <blPYTHONbergman@earthlink.invalid> wrote in message
news:s8a7k0dm64hqkfje227qivt8mf7drugcka@4ax.com...
> On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 01:12:40 GMT, "Rudy" <NoSpam@no-onehome.net>
> wrote:
>
> >Dear HALF-WITS !
> >If you are talking about the SUBARU Impreza..THERE IS NO NEED TO

CROSSPOST
> >THIS DRIVEL to EIGHT UNINTERESTED other car brand newsgroups

>
> Sure there is! They posted flame-bait to multiple antipathetic
> groups (people who naturally would have a hard time getting along) to
> see if anyone would react, and you swallowed the hook, line, sinker,
> and are currently towing their boat across the lake for free. ;-)
>
> And since you can count to eight, you knew it was a massive
> crosspost before you responded. Words to the wise: Next time, don't
> get pissed and give them the satisfaction of reacting. That's exactly
> what they wanted.
>
> Just mark all messages read (or ignore the whole thread), put the
> original poster in your twit-filters so if they try it again you won't
> see it, and move on. Pretty much everyone else did.
>
> Sheesh. Usenet Noobies, it must be September again and school is
> back in session... ;-P
>
> --<< Bruce >>--


Actually, Bruce, I think *your* reply was more what he was fishing for. The
post of first condescension. The apex of argument. An assumption gone bad.
A professer fool you played. An unknowing puppet. You do know... some of
us can think that far ahead?

Sheesh. Usenet Noobies, it must be... ;^)


Rob


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