Daniel Beckham (email@example.com)
Mon, 2 Oct 2000 10:59:25 -0500
Ok, ok. I apologize for my knee jerk reaction to the post. My post wasn't
very well thought out and didn't do anything positive for this Gundam
mailing list and I apologize for it. The flames are well deserved.
And -Z- as far as the two messages go, one was sent to the list and one was
sent personally to you. I should have only sent a personal e-mail to you
instead of the list. Think what you will, but that is the proper netiquette
on quite a few mailing lists.
----- Original Message -----
From: "-Z-" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, October 02, 2000 10:51 AM
Subject: RE: [gundam] OT - QAZ Virus and DBZ on I-Channel
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
> > Behalf Of Daniel Beckham
> > Sent: Monday, October 02, 2000 07:03
> > To: email@example.com
> > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: [gundam] OT - QAZ Virus and DBZ on I-Channel
> > Why are you sending this crap to our mailing list? No one wants to see
> > another lame virus warning, nor any forwarded jokes or chain letters.
> > are all pretty much in the same category. Useless crap.
> > Daniel
> Why are you sending this crap directly to me, Daniel, and not to our
> list, where your views might deter others from wrongdoing? As you can
> corrected that oversight now. I've also added your name to my Bozo
> if you wish to rebut you'll have to do it here.
> A few points, Mr. Beckham. First of all, it's not your place to tell
> to behave, since [A} you could obviously use a few lessons in netiquette
> yourself and [B} that honor already belongs to Dave Van Cleef, our host
> administrator of this list. If my posts are out of line, he'll tell me,
> you. YOU can tell HIM that you thought my post was inappropriate and
> to him to deal with however he may, but if you want to express an opinion
> the content of a given post, the proper venue is the mailing list itself.
> Second, you should always READ a post and better still UNDERSTAND it
> go off on a flame or tirade about it. The message in question was clearly
> labeled "Off Topic" -- that's what the "OT" prefix means -- and prefaced
> apology and rationale for posting off topic. The message was not "another
> virus warning" but a continuation of my reply to an earlier post by a list
> member who'd been infected by the QAZ Trojan and was concerned that others
> have also been so inflicted, possibly as a result of his posting to the
> while infected.
> The second part of my post, appended hereto in the interests of clarity,
> concerned anime on the International Channel, again in reply to an earlier
> inquiry by someone else.
> My post, albeit OT, contained no lame virus warnings, no forwarded jokes,
> chain letters. If you go back through the Gundam Archives, you'll see
> made a considerable contribution to this list over the last few years,
> which fall into any of the categories cited above. I don't recall seeing
> name on "our" list before and, in fact, the only thing I've ever seen from
> is this nastygram, which didn't even appear on the list.
> Third, you should send one and only one reply to any given message, not
> identical replies that I received from you. Mistakes like that make you
> to be a technoklutz, which tends to undermine your message as a whole, no
> how salient and well reasoned.
> I'll cut you some slack because there have been a few spams on the list in
> recent days and you may be off your medication. But I suggest to you than
> messages from Daniel Beckham regarding "useless crap" appear to be a case
> pot calling the kettle black.
> I further suggest that you follow the link at the end this message to the
> Mailing List Archives and [A] see some of the dreck that routinely gets
> here from people who have not yet had the benefit of your guidance and
> and [B] get some idea of what constitutes a worthwhile contribution, so
> may emulate it accordingly.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "-Z-" <email@example.com>
> > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2000 1:14 PM
> > Subject: [gundam] OT - QAZ Virus and DBZ on I-Channel
> > > I don't usually post off-topic, but both of these topics have come up
> > > and I thought that some of you might be interested in hearing the
> > >
> > > The W32.HLLW.Qaz.A virus, also known as Qaz.Trojan and Qaz.Worm, is
> > > the second most submitted virus to the Symantec AntiVirus Research
> > > Norton AntiVirus has protected against this virus since July 18, 2000.
> > > W32.HLLW.Qaz.A can spread over networks by using shared folders and
> > > remote user to connect to and control the computer, Symantec suggests
> > > sharing folders with read-only access or using password protection.
> > > information on this virus, including instructions on how to protect
> > > folders, point your browser to:
> > >
> > > http://service.symantec.com/vURL.cgi/nav57
> > >
> > > The International Channel is also showing Dragon Ball Z, Sundays at
> > > PST, with reruns the following Wednesday at 1am EST/10pm PST (followed
> > > rerun of Armored Trooper Votoms). Unlike Votoms, DBZ appears to be
> > > Japanese. I say "appears" because I only caught the Next Episode
> > > closing credits, so it's entirely possible that I just saw the only
> > > portion of the show. Oh, by the way, the Japanese pronunciation of
> > > as in the British fashion, not "Zee" as in the American.
> > >
> > > -Z-
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