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Re: 86 Messages All 2 minutes apart? Is this a SPAM_BOT?

flatfish (Sandeep Kumar) nymshifted:

> On Thu, 27 Nov 2008 17:44:02 +0100, Peter Köhlmann wrote:
>> The racist, liar and software thief Gary Stewart (flatfish) nymshifted:
>>> On Thu, 27 Nov 2008 16:30:40 +0000, Phil Da Lick! wrote:
>>>> Sandeep Kumar wrote:
>>>>> Who is this clown Schestowitz?Is it even a human being?How can he post
>>>>> near a 100 messages, many with 300+ lines of text and all 2 minutes
>>>>> apart or so?I see the same messages on digg and Netscape-Propeller as
>>>>> well on a couple of blogs that I follow.
>>>>> Nobody could do that kind of research,typing and posting manually.It's
>>>>> not humanly possible so he must be using scripts to parse rss feeds,
>>>>> pull articles from an ever growing database and then add a few canned
>>>>> comments to make it look like it's coming from a human.So who is
>>>>> paying this guy to do this?He also appears to run at least 3 different
>>>>> websites devoted to spewing hate so it's obviously a full time
>>>>> occupation for him.Is he employed by the Free Software Foundation?So
>>>>> who is this dork Schestowitz?
>>>> Nah, just a REALLY_FAST_TYPER.
>>> It's not humanly possible.
>> Sure it is. It is very simple.
>> He prepares the posts without sending them directly.
> Sending them is easy.It's the preparing them that is not humanly
> possible.The research,the number of lines,the number of characters in each
> post,the links,the extra fodder he tacks on to the posts.It's not humanly
> possible to do manually.

That you are a slow "thinker" (tiny brain and all) is your problem, flatfish

>> That you widiots with tiny brains can't think is entirely your problem
> You seem like yet another very bitter person.Seems you shall fit in this
> group perfectly.

Law of Probable Dispersal:
Whatever it is that hits the fan will not be evenly distributed.

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