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Alias

Thread starter #201
On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>

>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>> bought AOL?


>

> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be what

> it is today.....

>

> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>

> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

> America.

>

> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's millions

> at a time making them cost very little per unit, then dump them

> off at every POS location in the country and have them labelled

> free....as well as a mailing campaign.

>

> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other single

> online service, like Compuserve......

>

> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>

> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best provider,

> but, I really don't think we'd be where we are today w/AOL.

>

> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been the

> leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was in fact

> AOL.)




In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in Germany and

England. I don't think AOL had anything to do with the increased speed.

They died when broadband hit the scene and people realized how fucked up

AOL was.



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Alias
 
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Thread starter #202
Alias wrote in

news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:



> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>

>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>> bought AOL?


>>

>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>> what it is today.....

>>

>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>

>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>> America.

>>

>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>> campaign.

>>

>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>

>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>

>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>> today w/AOL.

>>

>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>> in fact AOL.)


>

> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

> Germany and England.




It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

Online.



> I don't think AOL had anything to do

> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.




No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.
 
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Alias

Thread starter #203
On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

> Alias wrote in

> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>

>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>

>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>> bought AOL?

>>>

>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>> what it is today.....

>>>

>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>

>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>> America.

>>>

>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>> campaign.

>>>

>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>

>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>

>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>> today w/AOL.

>>>

>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>> in fact AOL.)


>>

>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>> Germany and England.


>

> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

> Online.




But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

wasn't called USA Online, now was it?



>

>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.


>

> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>

>




It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real Internet

and a bitch to remove from a computer.



--

Alias
 
F

Frank

Thread starter #204
On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>> Alias wrote in

>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>

>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>

>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>

>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>

>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>

>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>> America.

>>>>

>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>> campaign.

>>>>

>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>

>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>

>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>

>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>

>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>> Germany and England.


>>

>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>> Online.


>

> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>

>>

>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.


>>

>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>

>>


>

> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real Internet

> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>


hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol hell

scam huh?...Hahahaha...that's funny!
 
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Alias

Thread starter #205
On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>> Alias wrote in

>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>

>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>

>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>

>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>

>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>

>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>> America.

>>>>>

>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>

>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>

>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>

>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>

>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>

>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>> Germany and England.

>>>

>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>> Online.


>>

>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>

>>>

>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>

>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>

>>>


>>

>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real Internet

>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>


> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol hell

> scam huh?...




Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and AOL

Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.



Hahahaha...that's funny!



What, that you guessed wrong again? Not funny, sport, pathetic.



--

Alias
 
F

Frank

Thread starter #206
On 8/7/2010 9:25 AM, Alias wrote:

> On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

>> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>>> Alias wrote in

>>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>>

>>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>>

>>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>>

>>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>>

>>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>>> America.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>>

>>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>>

>>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>>> Germany and England.

>>>>

>>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>>> Online.

>>>

>>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

>>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>>

>>>>

>>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>>

>>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real Internet

>>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>>


>> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol hell

>> scam huh?...


>

> Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and AOL

> Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.




Sure you did...LOL!

>

> Hahahaha...that's funny!

>

> What, that you guessed wrong again?




I nailed your lying ass....again...as usual!



Not funny, sport, pathetic.



Yes, you are the most pathetic, lying, POS excuse for a human being to

ever post in any ng.

Oops!

>
 
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Alias

Thread starter #207
On 08/07/2010 06:48 PM, Frank wrote:

> On 8/7/2010 9:25 AM, Alias wrote:

>> On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

>>> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>>>> Alias wrote in

>>>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>>>

>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>>>> America.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>>>

>>>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>>>> Germany and England.

>>>>>

>>>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>>>> Online.

>>>>

>>>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

>>>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>>>

>>>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>

>>>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real Internet

>>>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>>>

>>> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol hell

>>> scam huh?...


>>

>> Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and AOL

>> Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.


>

> Sure you did...LOL!




Yep, I sure did. AOL wasn't offered in Spain, DUMB FUCK!



>>

>> Hahahaha...that's funny!

>>

>> What, that you guessed wrong again?


>

> I nailed your lying ass....again...as usual!




See above, stupid.



>

> Not funny, sport, pathetic.

>

> Yes, you are the most pathetic, lying, POS excuse for a human being to

> ever post in any ng.

> Oops!




You just got punked and you are too stupid to realize it and too

arrogant to admit it.





--

Alias
 
F

Frank

Thread starter #208
On 8/7/2010 9:54 AM, Alias wrote:

> On 08/07/2010 06:48 PM, Frank wrote:

>> On 8/7/2010 9:25 AM, Alias wrote:

>>> On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>> Alias wrote in

>>>>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>>>>

>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>>>>> America.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>>>>> Germany and England.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>>>>> Online.

>>>>>

>>>>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

>>>>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>>>>

>>>>>>

>>>>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>>>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>>>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>>>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>>>>

>>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real Internet

>>>>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>>>>

>>>> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol hell

>>>> scam huh?...

>>>

>>> Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and AOL

>>> Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.


>>

>> Sure you did...LOL!


>

> Yep, I sure did. AOL wasn't offered in Spain, DUMB FUCK!




You could use aol in spain.

>

>>>

>>> Hahahaha...that's funny!

>>>

>>> What, that you guessed wrong again?


>>

>> I nailed your lying ass....again...as usual!


>

> See above, stupid.




See about, stupid.

>

>>

>> Not funny, sport, pathetic.

>>

>> Yes, you are the most pathetic, lying, POS excuse for a human being to

>> ever post in any ng.

>> Oops!


>

> You just got punked...






....yes, you did!

Oops!



and you are too stupid to realize it and too

> arrogant to admit it.




Yes, you are!...LOL!

Oops!

>

>
 
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Alias

Thread starter #209
On 08/07/2010 07:36 PM, Frank wrote:

> On 8/7/2010 9:54 AM, Alias wrote:

>> On 08/07/2010 06:48 PM, Frank wrote:

>>> On 8/7/2010 9:25 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>> On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>>> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>> Alias wrote in

>>>>>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>>>>>> America.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>>>>>> Germany and England.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>>>>>> Online.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

>>>>>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>>>>>

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>>>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>>>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>>>>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>>>>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>>>>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>

>>>>>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real Internet

>>>>>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>>>>>

>>>>> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol hell

>>>>> scam huh?...

>>>>

>>>> Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and AOL

>>>> Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.

>>>

>>> Sure you did...LOL!


>>

>> Yep, I sure did. AOL wasn't offered in Spain, DUMB FUCK!


>

> You could use aol in spain.




News to me.



>>

>>>>

>>>> Hahahaha...that's funny!

>>>>

>>>> What, that you guessed wrong again?

>>>

>>> I nailed your lying ass....again...as usual!


>>

>> See above, stupid.


>

> See about, stupid.




About what?



>>

>>>

>>> Not funny, sport, pathetic.

>>>

>>> Yes, you are the most pathetic, lying, POS excuse for a human being to

>>> ever post in any ng.

>>> Oops!


>>

>> You just got punked...


>

>

> ...yes, you did!

> Oops!




No, you did.



>

> and you are too stupid to realize it and too

>> arrogant to admit it.


>

> Yes, you are!...LOL!

> Oops!




No, you are.



--

Alias
 
F

Frank

Thread starter #210
On 8/7/2010 10:52 AM, Alias wrote:

> On 08/07/2010 07:36 PM, Frank wrote:

>> On 8/7/2010 9:54 AM, Alias wrote:

>>> On 08/07/2010 06:48 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>> On 8/7/2010 9:25 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>> On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>>>> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>> Alias wrote in

>>>>>>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>>>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>>>>>>> America.

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>>>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>>>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>>>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>>>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>>>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>>>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>>>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>>>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>>>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>>>>>>> Germany and England.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>>>>>>> Online.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for it. It

>>>>>>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>>>>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>>>>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>>>>>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>>>>>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>>>>>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real

>>>>>>> Internet

>>>>>>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>>>>>>

>>>>>> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol hell

>>>>>> scam huh?...

>>>>>

>>>>> Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and

>>>>> AOL

>>>>> Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.

>>>>

>>>> Sure you did...LOL!

>>>

>>> Yep, I sure did. AOL wasn't offered in Spain, DUMB FUCK!


>>

>> You could use aol in spain.


>

> News to me.




Not surprising, seeing as how you are the most uninformed, ill-informed

person in here.

>

>>>

>>>>>

>>>>> Hahahaha...that's funny!

>>>>>

>>>>> What, that you guessed wrong again?

>>>>

>>>> I nailed your lying ass....again...as usual!

>>>

>>> See above, stupid.


>>

>> See about, stupid.


>

> About what?




See above, about how stupid you are.

>

>>>

>>>>

>>>> Not funny, sport, pathetic.

>>>>

>>>> Yes, you are the most pathetic, lying, POS excuse for a human being to

>>>> ever post in any ng.

>>>> Oops!

>>>

>>> You just got punked...


>>

>>

>> ...yes, you did!

>> Oops!


>

> No, you did.




You don't even know what that means.

>

>>

>> and you are too stupid to realize it and too

>>> arrogant to admit it.


>>

>> Yes, you are!...LOL!

>> Oops!


>

> No, you are.




Your stupidity is only exceeded by your arrogance. Nice combo huh?

>
 
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Alias

Thread starter #211
On 08/07/2010 08:26 PM, Frank wrote:

> On 8/7/2010 10:52 AM, Alias wrote:

>> On 08/07/2010 07:36 PM, Frank wrote:

>>> On 8/7/2010 9:54 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>> On 08/07/2010 06:48 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>>> On 8/7/2010 9:25 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>>> On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>>>>> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>> Alias wrote in

>>>>>>>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>>>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>>>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>>>>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>>>>>>>> America.

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>>>>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>>>>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>>>>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>>>>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>>>>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>>>>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>>>>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>>>>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>>>>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>>>>>>>> Germany and England.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>>>>>>>> Online.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for

>>>>>>>> it. It

>>>>>>>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>>>>>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>>>>>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>>>>>>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>>>>>>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>>>>>>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real

>>>>>>>> Internet

>>>>>>>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol

>>>>>>> hell

>>>>>>> scam huh?...

>>>>>>

>>>>>> Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and

>>>>>> AOL

>>>>>> Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.

>>>>>

>>>>> Sure you did...LOL!

>>>>

>>>> Yep, I sure did. AOL wasn't offered in Spain, DUMB FUCK!

>>>

>>> You could use aol in spain.


>>

>> News to me.


>

> Not surprising, seeing as how you are the most uninformed, ill-informed

> person in here.

>>

>>>>

>>>>>>

>>>>>> Hahahaha...that's funny!

>>>>>>

>>>>>> What, that you guessed wrong again?

>>>>>

>>>>> I nailed your lying ass....again...as usual!

>>>>

>>>> See above, stupid.

>>>

>>> See about, stupid.


>>

>> About what?


>

> See above, about how stupid you are.

>>

>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>> Not funny, sport, pathetic.

>>>>>

>>>>> Yes, you are the most pathetic, lying, POS excuse for a human being to

>>>>> ever post in any ng.

>>>>> Oops!

>>>>

>>>> You just got punked...

>>>

>>>

>>> ...yes, you did!

>>> Oops!


>>

>> No, you did.


>

> You don't even know what that means.




Yes, I do, punk.



>>

>>>

>>> and you are too stupid to realize it and too

>>>> arrogant to admit it.

>>>

>>> Yes, you are!...LOL!

>>> Oops!


>>

>> No, you are.


>

> Your stupidity is only exceeded by your arrogance. Nice combo huh?




No, you are and the only combo you can understand is sold at fast food

joints.





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F

Frank

Thread starter #212
On 8/7/2010 12:52 PM, Alias wrote:

> On 08/07/2010 08:26 PM, Frank wrote:

>> On 8/7/2010 10:52 AM, Alias wrote:

>>> On 08/07/2010 07:36 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>> On 8/7/2010 9:54 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>> On 08/07/2010 06:48 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>>>> On 8/7/2010 9:25 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>>>> On 08/07/2010 06:15 PM, Frank wrote:

>>>>>>>> On 8/6/2010 9:40 AM, Alias wrote:

>>>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 06:35 PM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>>> Alias wrote in

>>>>>>>>>> news:i3fioa$ic9$1@news.eternal-september.org:

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> On 08/06/2010 01:21 AM, DanS wrote:

>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>>> Just goes to show that if you have enough advertising

>>>>>>>>>>>>> money, you can sell anything. Remember how many idiots

>>>>>>>>>>>>> bought AOL?

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> If it wasn't for those 'idiots', the internet wouldn't be

>>>>>>>>>>>> what it is today.....

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> Before AOL, it was 1200 baud BBS....(OK, maybe 9600)

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> AOL marketing is what opened up the entire online world to

>>>>>>>>>>>> America.

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> It was friggin' genius........pump out disk's and CD's

>>>>>>>>>>>> millions at a time making them cost very little per unit,

>>>>>>>>>>>> then dump them off at every POS location in the country

>>>>>>>>>>>> and have them labelled free....as well as a mailing

>>>>>>>>>>>> campaign.

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> The shear numbers of AOL subscribers dwarfed any other

>>>>>>>>>>>> single online service, like Compuserve......

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> And AOL made a killing right up until the merger with T/W.

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> That being said, that doesn't mean they were the best

>>>>>>>>>>>> provider, but, I really don't think we'd be where we are

>>>>>>>>>>>> today w/AOL.

>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>> ......(or Compuserve if that would have taken off and been

>>>>>>>>>>>> the leader, or maybe even some other company....but it was

>>>>>>>>>>>> in fact AOL.)

>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> In the USA, yes. In Europe, AOL was only successful in

>>>>>>>>>>> Germany and England.

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> It *was* called AMERICA Online, not Europe Online, or TheWorlD

>>>>>>>>>> Online.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> But only one country in America was stupid enough to fall for

>>>>>>>>> it. It

>>>>>>>>> wasn't called USA Online, now was it?

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>> I don't think AOL had anything to do

>>>>>>>>>>> with the increased speed. They died when broadband hit the

>>>>>>>>>>> scene and people realized how fucked up AOL was.

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>> No, not f'd up. How limited is was, or that it was only

>>>>>>>>>> usefull as a middleman to get to the internet, and that was

>>>>>>>>>> when other dial-up internet providers started coming out of

>>>>>>>>>> the woodwork and offering unlimited usage for $20/month.

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>> It was fucked up, mouse oriented, gardened off from the real

>>>>>>>>> Internet

>>>>>>>>> and a bitch to remove from a computer.

>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>> hehehe...so you admit you were stupid enough to fall for the aol

>>>>>>>> hell

>>>>>>>> scam huh?...

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> Nope, a friend of mine from the USA came here with her computer and

>>>>>>> AOL

>>>>>>> Hell on it. I removed it for her -- for free.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> Sure you did...LOL!

>>>>>

>>>>> Yep, I sure did. AOL wasn't offered in Spain, DUMB FUCK!

>>>>

>>>> You could use aol in spain.

>>>

>>> News to me.


>>

>> Not surprising, seeing as how you are the most uninformed, ill-informed

>> person in here.

>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> Hahahaha...that's funny!

>>>>>>>

>>>>>>> What, that you guessed wrong again?

>>>>>>

>>>>>> I nailed your lying ass....again...as usual!

>>>>>

>>>>> See above, stupid.

>>>>

>>>> See about, stupid.

>>>

>>> About what?


>>

>> See above, about how stupid you are.

>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>>

>>>>>> Not funny, sport, pathetic.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> Yes, you are the most pathetic, lying, POS excuse for a human

>>>>>> being to

>>>>>> ever post in any ng.

>>>>>> Oops!

>>>>>

>>>>> You just got punked...

>>>>


Hahaha..thanks for proving my point...*PUNK*!

>>>>

>>>> ...yes, you did!

>>>> Oops!

>>>

>>> No, you did.


>>

>> You don't even know what that means.


>

> Yes, I do, punk.

>

>>>

>>>>

>>>> and you are too stupid to realize it and too

>>>>> arrogant to admit it.

>>>>

>>>> Yes, you are!...LOL!

>>>> Oops!

>>>

>>> No, you are.


>>

>> Your stupidity is only exceeded by your arrogance. Nice combo huh?


>

> No, you are and the only combo you can understand is sold at fast food

> joints.




You're stoned again, right?

Figures!
 
A

Alias

Thread starter #213
On 08/08/2010 12:31 AM, Frank wrote:

> You're stoned again, right?

> Figures!




Nope, you're lying again.



--

Alias
 
F

Frank

Thread starter #214
On 8/7/2010 3:35 PM, Alias wrote:

> On 08/08/2010 12:31 AM, Frank wrote:

>> You're stoned again, right?

>> Figures!


>

> Nope, you're lying again.

>


You don't even know the difference, do you?

Figures!
 
A

Alias

Thread starter #215
On 08/08/2010 01:24 AM, Frank wrote:

> On 8/7/2010 3:35 PM, Alias wrote:

>> On 08/08/2010 12:31 AM, Frank wrote:

>>> You're stoned again, right?

>>> Figures!


>>

>> Nope, you're lying again.

>>


> You don't even know the difference, do you?

> Figures!




I know you're a liar.



--

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F

Frank

Thread starter #216
On 8/7/2010 5:45 PM, Alias wrote:

> On 08/08/2010 01:24 AM, Frank wrote:

>> On 8/7/2010 3:35 PM, Alias wrote:

>>> On 08/08/2010 12:31 AM, Frank wrote:

>>>> You're stoned again, right?

>>>> Figures!

>>>

>>> Nope, you're lying again.

>>>


>> You don't even know the difference, do you?

>> Figures!


>

> I know you're a liar.

>


hehehe...I can't believe that you keep bending over for me so that I can

continually kick your lying scumbag ass.

You must really like it!

Oops!
 
A

Alias

Thread starter #217
On 08/08/2010 05:11 AM, Frank wrote:

> On 8/7/2010 5:45 PM, Alias wrote:

>> On 08/08/2010 01:24 AM, Frank wrote:

>>> On 8/7/2010 3:35 PM, Alias wrote:

>>>> On 08/08/2010 12:31 AM, Frank wrote:

>>>>> You're stoned again, right?

>>>>> Figures!

>>>>

>>>> Nope, you're lying again.

>>>>

>>> You don't even know the difference, do you?

>>> Figures!


>>

>> I know you're a liar.

>>


> hehehe...I can't believe that you keep bending over for me so that I can

> continually kick your lying scumbag ass.




Frank thinks he's winning when he's losing again.



> You must really like it!

> Oops!

>




Keep your sick fantasies to yourself.



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