Re: The Talk2 List back

2009-04-01 Thread farhan Khan

I would not use the spam filters on your ISP.
I wouldn't even use ISP email at all.
I wouldn't reformat so  many times like you do and use norton ghosts, I 
wouldn't be from on a small island where they outlaw beastiality, 
because I bet you have some old 80 men that like to have sex with small 
mice but can't do that over there.



On 3/31/2009 9:44 PM, shaun everiss wrote:

Hi all.
I am back online stupid spam filters on isp.



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Re: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay

2009-04-01 Thread Brandon Hicks
Of course it's a joke. TPB has no interest for someone like this. Good 
one to play on the ignorant, though.


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Re: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay

2009-04-01 Thread Rosie Morales
Man, that was written so well! Almost got me there. Oh little Vanja.
How you amuse me so at this moment. The pirate bay is good but not
good enough to be bought over like that.

On 4/1/09, Brandon Hicks hicks.brand...@gmail.com wrote:
 Of course it's a joke. TPB has no interest for someone like this. Good
 one to play on the ignorant, though.

 Brandon


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Re: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay

2009-04-01 Thread Derek Lane
I'm thinking so, given those companies would try to tare each other apart given 
what they do.
  - Original Message - 
  From: Venison88a 
  To: talk2 
  Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2009 1:44 AM
  Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay


What the hell?? Is this some kind of april fools joke? This just doesnt 
sound right at all.


--- On Tue, 3/31/09, Vanja Sudar va...@sudar.co.uk wrote:


  From: Vanja Sudar va...@sudar.co.uk
  Subject: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay
  To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
  Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2009, 7:26 PM


  acquire The Pirate Bay, the consumer media company for

  people to share original copies through a Web experience, for $13.37 
billion in a stock-for-stock transaction. Following

  the acquisition, The Pirate Bay will operate independently to 
preserve its successful brand and passionate community.

  The acquisition combines one of the largest and fastest growing 
online entertainment communities with Warner Bros’s

  expertise in organizing information and creating new models for 
advertising on the Internet. The combined companies

  will focus on providing a better, more comprehensive experience for 
users interested in downloading, watching and

  sharing content, and will offer new opportunities for professional 
content owners to distribute their work to reach a

  vast new audience.

  “The The Pirate Bay team has built an exciting and powerful media 
platform that complements Warner Bros’s mission

  to organize the world’s information and make it universally 
accessible and useful,” said Jim Kjeyzer, Chief Executive

  Officer of Warner Bros. “Our companies share similar values; we both 
always put our users first and are committed to

  innovating to improve their experience. Together, we are natural 
partners to offer a compelling media entertainment

  service to users, content owners and advertisers.”

  “Our community has played a vital role in changing the way that 
people consume media, creating a new hip culture.

  By joining forces with Warner Bros, we can benefit from its global 
reach and technology leadership to deliver a more

  comprehensive entertainment experience for our users and to create 
new opportunities for our partners,” said Anakata,

  CEO and Co-Founder of The Pirate Bay. “I’m confident that with this 
partnership we’ll have the flexibility and resources

  needed to pursue our goal of building the next-generation platform 
for serving media worldwide.”

  When the acquisition is complete, The Pirate Bay will retain its 
distinct brand identity, strengthening and complementing

  Warner Bros’s own fast-growing video business. The Pirate Bay will 
continue to be based in Stockholm, Sweden,

  and all The Pirate Bay employees will remain with the company. With 
Warner Bros’s technology, advertiser relationships

  and global reach, The Pirate Bay will continue to build on its 
success as one of the world’s most popular services

  for online entertainment.

  The number of Warner Bros shares to be issued in the transaction will 
be determined based on the 30-day average closing

  price two trading days prior to the completion of the acquisition. 
Both companies have approved the transaction,

  which is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected to 
close in the third quarter of 2009.

  The company will host a conference and webcast at 1:30 p.m. Pacific 
Time (4:30 p.m. Eastern Time) tomorrow to

  discuss the acquisition. To access the conference, please email 
scott.r...@warnerbros.com A replay of the will be

  available until midnight Thursday, April 16 at various interwebs 
internationally. Confirmation code for the replay is

  1337101.

  About Warner Bros Inc.

  Warner Bros’s innovative movie film technologies connect millions of 
people around the world with information every

  day. Founded in 1918 by small time crooks Harry and Albert, Warner 
Bros today is a top web property in all major

  global markets. Warner Bros’s targeted film movie program provides 
businesses of all sizes with measurable results,

  while enhancing the overall web experience for users. Warner Bros is 
headquartered in Hollywood with offices throughout

  the Americas, Europes and Asias. For more information, visit 
www.WarnerBros.com.

  About The Pirate Bay

  Vanja

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  AIM: vanja121
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Re: The Talk2 List back

2009-04-01 Thread shaun everiss
h well unless I can find something other than isp mail which is free easy 
to register and doesn't include varification like google and yahoo I suspect I 
will not be moving.
in fact isp mail is ok just the spam filter used to be that it got to little 
now its to much.
and its only list mail for me everyone is fine.
Some say I should buy a domain and get a vps and then run that.
however I don't see the point, as long as I can get my mail.
out of 126 messages overnight about 5 were spam.
its 5 to many but my isp filters block  around  40 lagit messages per 5 spams.
I suppose that is standard.
I have not used gmail for ages so I suspect my gmail account has expired.
and not sure if it would work anyway.
At 03:08 a.m. 2/04/2009, you wrote:
I would not use the spam filters on your ISP.
I wouldn't even use ISP email at all.
I wouldn't reformat so  many times like you do and use norton ghosts, I 
wouldn't be from on a small island where they outlaw beastiality, because I 
bet you have some old 80 men that like to have sex with small mice but can't 
do that over there.


On 3/31/2009 9:44 PM, shaun everiss wrote:
Hi all.
I am back online stupid spam filters on isp.



Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.

   



Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.




Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
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has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.


Re: The Talk2 List back

2009-04-01 Thread Patrick Perdue

Aww, 5 out of 126? Try 1200 out of 1300, then properly complain about it.

As for the rest, I own a domain and have a VPS, hosting my own mail, and 
god, I hate doing it!
I am almost tempted to use GMail, but I won't do it. It does have Imap 
now, but still...


shaun everiss wrote:

h well unless I can find something other than isp mail which is free easy 
to register and doesn't include varification like google and yahoo I suspect I 
will not be moving.
in fact isp mail is ok just the spam filter used to be that it got to little 
now its to much.
and its only list mail for me everyone is fine.
Some say I should buy a domain and get a vps and then run that.
however I don't see the point, as long as I can get my mail.
out of 126 messages overnight about 5 were spam.
its 5 to many but my isp filters block  around  40 lagit messages per 5 spams.
I suppose that is standard.
I have not used gmail for ages so I suspect my gmail account has expired.
and not sure if it would work anyway.
At 03:08 a.m. 2/04/2009, you wrote:

I would not use the spam filters on your ISP.
I wouldn't even use ISP email at all.
I wouldn't reformat so  many times like you do and use norton ghosts, I 
wouldn't be from on a small island where they outlaw beastiality, because I bet 
you have some old 80 men that like to have sex with small mice but can't do 
that over there.


On 3/31/2009 9:44 PM, shaun everiss wrote:

Hi all.
I am back online stupid spam filters on isp.



Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.

  



Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.





Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
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Re: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay

2009-04-01 Thread Venison88a
Yeah i kinda figured that too, because thats just too way out of left field. 
The media powers arent going to reconsider their stance that quickly. But it 
did give some thought. I still remembering the comcast and tech tv fiasco with 
comcast buying them out just to destroy them because of all their badmouthing 
of comcast. Still, good one. g

--- On Wed, 4/1/09, Vanja Sudar va...@sudar.co.uk wrote:

From: Vanja Sudar va...@sudar.co.uk
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 7:59 PM

I don't think it's just question of it being good, it's really conflict of 
interests in many ways..Ah well anyway, glad I could amuse you.
Vanja
http://www.sudar.co.uk
http://mashupradio.net
MSN/windows live messenger: suda...@hotmail.com
AIM: vanja121
Skype: vanja121
- Original Message - 
From: Rosie Morales ro...@amazingkitty.net
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2009 6:28 PM
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List Warner Brothers Inc. acquires The Pirate Bay


 Man, that was written so well! Almost got me there. Oh little Vanja.
 How you amuse me so at this moment. The pirate bay is good but not
 good enough to be bought over like that.

 On 4/1/09, Brandon Hicks hicks.brand...@gmail.com wrote:
 Of course it's a joke. TPB has no interest for someone like this. Good
 one to play on the ignorant, though.

 Brandon


 Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
 http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
 has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.



 Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
 http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
 has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again. 



Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
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Re: The Talk2 List back

2009-04-01 Thread shaun everiss
yeah venison.
issue I have to set it for each message.
I have just got 7 spams today, out of 200 messages.
I ccalculated that about 100 of my messages were coming to me but 40-50-90 
messages say in 200-300 were never reaching their destinations.
in short I can't be bothered trying to buggerise around with the system.
Used to be bad when I got loads on loads of spam but the blacklist spamhouse 
filters seem to keep it under control.
as long as I don't get more than 12 per day and not all at the same time, I 
don't mind, its just when 20 or more at each check are spam that I may have to 
choose to turn the filter on.
One good thing now is I can chat on agrip again, and now I won't miss a show 
announcement for tbrn which I was on a regular basis.
At 04:38 p.m. 2/04/2009, you wrote:
Hey, he just has to set those filters CORRECTLY, and they work. And as far as 
you and beastiality, oh wait, never mind. *places goats and sheep in a secure 
pen with armed guards*



--- On Wed, 4/1/09, farhan Khan i.am.far...@gmail.com wrote:

From: farhan Khan i.am.far...@gmail.com
Subject: Re: The Talk2 List back
To: talk2 talk2@AndreLouis.COM
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 10:08 AM

I would not use the spam filters on your ISP.
I wouldn't even use ISP email at all.
I wouldn't reformat so  many times like you do and use norton ghosts, I 
wouldn't be from on a small island where they outlaw beastiality, 
because I bet you have some old 80 men that like to have sex with small 
mice but can't do that over there.


On 3/31/2009 9:44 PM, shaun everiss wrote:
 Hi all.
 I am back online stupid spam filters on isp.



 Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
 http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/http://www.mail-archive.com/talk2%40andrelouis.com/
 has it for you.  Never miss a Talk2 message again.





Did you miss a message?  Well, don't.
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