[ciscomgr] Re: time to lay down the law?

  • From: tlv <tlv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ciscomgr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 09:39:29 -0800 (PST)

I met lopharin IRL and was surprised, he was the total
opposite of his IRC self, seemed like a real nice guy... *shrug*
weird shit...

As for kafka i personally do not need him around.

On Wed, 13 Nov 2002, Merlin Gillespie wrote:

> Quoting Rupert Spencer (rupertspencer@xxxxxxxxxxx):
> First of all, I want to ask you all to put in a good word for me if you are
> related to Natalie Portman, Eliza Dushku, Claire Forlani or Shannon Elizabeth.
> > While the goatse.cx links didn't need to be given, the guy did deserve a
> > trout slap - his legitimate question was easily answered by a simple search,
> > instead of asking for it to be handed to him on a silver platter. "nat 1700"
> > returns 187  hits on public cco and the first hit had a configuration
> > example.Grounds for BAR in my opinion.
> Secondly, I agree that pushing people towards links such as these is all well
> and good if someone comes in and A. says "HY I AM WANT IRCOP PLZZZZZ" or "can
> someone give me a copy of boson router simulator + crack please". However,
> having been in the past on the regular recieving end of useful help when the 
> fan
> has fallen into the shit I can wholeheartedly relate to that poor fuckers 
> reaction. Whether you can search for something on CCO or not, is irrelevant. 
> Tell him
> that it is available on cisco then halt. if it's a her, tell her how to do it.
> Being made fun of when you are in a jam does not help you feel positive and 
> can
> lead to random shootings in schools, road rage, assault and battery and most 
> of
> all child molestation. Whether we are here primarily to have fun and 
> secondarily
> to help or primarily to help and secondarily to have fun is moot. Our 
> incentives
> are roughly the same and helping is included in the top two. Helping, and 
> being
> unncessarily unhelpful without provocation are both mutually exclusive.
> > Still, Kafka's actions violate rule #1 (dont be a dick when u wearing the @)
> > of the 11 channel commandments, and maybe #7 as well (dont abuse for
> > legitimate questions) tho see above, I would consider this question very
> > borderline or  grey area since the first hit on CCO answered it.
> I still quite like kafka, even though he's been acting increasingly like 
> dos622
> over the past little while.
> Loph, however, his parents didn't love him enough, he's bitter and angry at 
> the
> world. He's going to councilling now and I am confident that with the right
> drugs, he'll relax. We just need to tell him that it isn't his fault once in a
> while. Also, it's useful having someone around that knows multicast inside 
> out.
> > It might be that some people just have to be told directly DO NOT POST LINKS
> > TO FAGGOTRY in the channel, since they obviously either cant put 2 and 2
> > together or ignore the rule #1 totally.
> I think that the best action in this case would be to send a polite "please do
> not post links to goatse.cx or any other equally faggy places with a undertone
> of "prepare to experience a kick in the nuts if you do".
> A bean toast
> -merl
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