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Taking bets..

Sep 7, 2002, 7:08pm
I wouldn't have thought you would stereotype people so close to your own age... There's really no reason to mention ages or
skin conditions in your post; it would mean the same without them.

-Agent1

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Taking bets..

Sep 7, 2002, 7:11pm
[View Quote] Either it's for everyone or not. You can't say that you'll "practice good will" towards everyone, then go on and exclude someone.

-Agent1

Taking bets..

Sep 9, 2002, 12:24pm
Citizens being allowed to use guns within the law doesn't make a country less safe. Criminals would and do continue to get anything they want. Making something illegal doesn't magically stop it.


-Agent1

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Taking bets..

Sep 9, 2002, 9:58pm
You think if the United States attacks Iraq, they won't respond?

-Agent1

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Taking bets..

Sep 10, 2002, 12:21pm
Quoting what you are replying to is not a waste of bandwidth.

-Agent1

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Taking bets..

Sep 10, 2002, 12:24pm
You mean like the "War on Drugs"?

-Agent1

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Taking bets..

Sep 11, 2002, 3:55pm
[View Quote] There is no real "War on Terrorism"; it's simply a phrase used for propoganda.

> And if I'm not mistaken, British forces did about half of the work in Afghanistan... :)

So what?

> And they're better off as a society as a whole because of it.

Most likely, but do you know that? Have you visited their country and checked?

> Or did you not watch Sky News or the BBC?

Sorry, I don't get those channels from my Canadian cable company. Don't assume I live in the UK just because I have a point of view.

-Agent1


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Re: RWXMOD

Sep 8, 2002, 4:10pm
It won't take two months to convert textures using a batch tool.

-Agent1

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A!!CT World will drop Heartfall Sept.16

Sep 19, 2002, 12:49pm
[View Quote] ROFL.

-Agent1

Eep's Objects (was: Re: Object Path Protection)

Sep 14, 2002, 3:10pm
I can't believe I'm even replying to this crap...

First of all, calling you a child does not mean he has some sort of liking for young boys. Implying that he does is just immature and counterproductive.

Secondly, since when has thinking a certain way been illegal? As long as they don't involve any real children, "liking" young boys is not illegal.

-Agent1


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Someone...

Sep 14, 2002, 3:07pm
I wouldn't bother using that exploit since it will eventually be fixed.

-Agent1


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Someone...

Sep 14, 2002, 8:51pm
No. The rotation happens on the browser end each time you visit the area. If the exploit is fixed, using a bunch of periods won't let you use the commands unless you have the rights needed to.

-Agent1

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Someone...

Sep 14, 2002, 9:42pm
[View Quote] *yawn*

> Actually the checking to see if you have the rights is on the server side isn't it?

Yeah... I guess that would only make sense.

> Supposedly putting all those ....,,,,,; stuff confused the server to not check the following commands after it I'm guessing.

Well that's pretty stupid if it's true. Maybe the world server should try to validate the action line and only add what it understands and validates.

> All of the objects I used with the old exploits still rotate...

Well I suppose it makes sense they would, then, since the browser can't really be trusted to handle rights-based access.

Seems to me that the whole "special commands" rights system needs an overhaul :\


-Agent1

Next Wave of Beta Testers

Sep 19, 2002, 6:30pm
They must already have enough people with "new" computers. Too bad for you. It is their software, and they really *don't* have to allow anyone outside of their company to test at all anyway...

-Agent1

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Until now, an undocumented command

Sep 26, 2002, 6:57pm
Except that doesn't actually work...

-Agent1

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Until now, an undocumented command

Sep 26, 2002, 7:34pm
"If, for example, someone were to call him a pinhead, he would get out a tape measure and after finding that his cranium falls within normal size specifications Android would dismiss the comment as erroneous."

ROFL :)

-Agent1

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Re: EMAIL TO AW

Sep 26, 2002, 6:59pm
Sorry, that's not how it works.

-Agent1

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Re: EMAIL TO AW

Sep 26, 2002, 7:32pm
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[View Quote] Your sentence is broken.

> You represent their company if you are working on something for them.

Only if you're an employee. If all you did was create an object, you wouldn't be considered knowledgeable about their internal structure or business dealings.

> A'yuck that's common sense.

Except that it's not because it's incorrect.

> You really are a moronic troll

I'm not posting just to get an emotional response. I'm posting because you're *wrong*. Insulting someone doesn't really prove anything. Anyone can do it.
<Example> Bowen is a whiny bitch. </Example>

> why doesn't anyone else see that.

Maybe because I'm not trolling... What a concept!

> You only post whenever you feel you can bicker some more.

No, I post when I feel I have something to add to the discussion.

-Agent1

Evvvilll Software Corporation (HTML!!!)

Oct 11, 2002, 1:33pm
Why do you make remarks like that without even trying to back it up? It's not like it makes you seem "cool" if you insult Microsoft. It just makes you look like a mindless follower and makes many people respect you a lot less.

-Agent1

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Re: Concerning The Game

Oct 16, 2002, 3:49pm
You're not "informing" anyone of anything. We read your first post - anything after that is just spam.

-Agent1
Followup-To: general.discussion

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Need 3D StudioMax 4.0, 4.2 or 5.0 .Cab files

Oct 19, 2002, 11:54am
You would probably be best off if you just contacted Discreet yourself and explained your situation. It's probably against the EULA to distribute setup files, anyway.

-Agent1

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Re: build 435

Oct 23, 2002, 1:31pm
Oh don't be such an idiot. Why bother porting it if it's not even finished yet? Once it's ready, there will be a *nix server.

-Agent1

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How about a little paranoa?

Nov 5, 2002, 8:26pm
Uhh... they *did* enter the worlds but it was just to test the search indexing bot, IIRC.

-Agent1

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Hosting Agreement (was Re: download problem)

Nov 10, 2002, 11:32pm
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[View Quote] Obviously there is no such thing as the "Internet Police" and I never claimed to be it. The fact is that you agreed to follow their terms and so have no reason or right to complain when they enforce that agreement.

> secondly , only the ones with their own payed webspace i hear agreeing here

I paid for personal webspace but I don't use it for Activeworlds.

> now evryone who wants to put up their pic should go buy a whole website space ?

No one said that. You are able to do just that if you wish, but it must be via your website and not through direct download from AW.

> in all those years before no one complained about using free webspace for that purpose

Yes, the hosts would have if you weren't following the terms in the agreement. In fact, the major free hosts have been preventing download of files in this way for quite a while if the referrer didn't match your account's site.


Basically, you can either find a free host that lets you use your space in the way you want, buy webhosting, or stop whining that you can't break a valid agreement.

-Agent1

Re: Hosting Agreement (was Re: download problem)

Nov 13, 2002, 5:07pm
I didn't snip anything. My newsreader just doesn't add it by default. In this case, I can see how you'd be confused, though.

-Agent1

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Advertising and its lack of logic...

Dec 10, 2002, 11:01pm
okokokokokokokokokokok *takes deep breath* That's totally incorrect :O

A virus (I'm talking real-life, not computer) invades a cell or cells and hijacks it, replacing your DNA with its own. The cell starts making more of the virus until it explodes (or the virus passes through the membrane) and the new "copies" go around infecting other cells.

Your white blood cells see something frumpy's going on, and so they attack the virulent stuff and produce antibodies that will bind to that specific virus in the future. These either prevent the virus from entering the cells of your body or hold it until fluids produced by the liver can destroy it.

Either way, you don't "stay infected" with a virus; that's just wrong.

-Agent1

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hot cloud?

Sep 4, 2002, 9:33pm
I don't see how, since humans (according to theories) evolved from primates...

-Agent1

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Slow Moving Throughout AW

Sep 8, 2002, 1:01pm
In your first post, you said 1.3MHz, not 1.3GHz...

-Agent1


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A!!CT World will drop Heartfall Sept.16

Sep 29, 2002, 8:57pm
I didn't bother to read most of your message since I've read it before...

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[View Quote] What are you talking about? There have been no "hate crime" in this newsgroup at all. You obviously don't know the definition of that term.

> Does the newsgroup need to be wiped out by law?

Since it is private property and there have been no laws broken, the United States court system has no authority over this newsgroup whatsoever.


> It is coming close to that seeing how hate is allowed...

No one has posted anything close to "hateful". Stop overreacting.

> hate crimes are illegal...

Real ones.

> harboring, promoting, facilitating hate are therefore also very illegal.

No. People are free to hate anyone they wish and nothing can be done about that. If they act upon it in specific ways, then there *may* be a law against that.


> Since Johnny b is speaking solely on gossip... the motive of his personal hate cannot be argued.

Even if he was speaking "on gossip" and he did actually hate you, there is nothing you can do about it because it's not like he bombed your house or something.


Stop overreacting when people say they don't trust you as a host. They are as free to post things like that as you are to post self-serving crap spamming your questionable hosting "services".


-Agent1

Re: Object path protection

Sep 10, 2002, 7:39pm
Not nessecarily. Many people who find security holes will first give the author time to fix it, only releasing it if they fail to acknowledge a problem.


-Agent1

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