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Keyser Söze
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      01-02-2009
Sinner <> wrote in message
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> "« Agent 007 ½" <> wrote in message
> news:ada76202-3709-4671-9e66-...
>> More browsers means competition and you get better browsers. It's a
>> win-win situation for the consumers.

>
> No, you just get morons inappropriately cross-posting their inane
> questions.


Indeed, there is no doubt that x-poasting is annoying.

What is more annoying are ****wits just like you highlighting how annoying
x-poasting is which in turn promotes more x-poasting.

It really does beg the question then, who the ****ing moron is, eh?

Oh, and what the **** does your point, other than the one which resides on
top of your head, to do with the kkkrome browser exactly, moron?
 
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Don Lancaster
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      01-03-2009

The Javascript in Chrome is blisteringly faster than in any other browser.

The speed differences in such programs as
http://www.tinaja.com/demo28a.asp are utterly stunning.

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      01-03-2009
In article <>,
Don Lancaster <> wrote:

> The Javascript in Chrome is blisteringly faster than in any other browser.


Except the Safari development builds: http://nightly.webkit.org/

> The speed differences in such programs as
> http://www.tinaja.com/demo28a.asp are utterly stunning.


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our time, who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your
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Chris Ahlstrom
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      01-04-2009
After takin' a swig o' grog, Don Lancaster belched out
this bit o' wisdom:

> The Javascript in Chrome is blisteringly faster than in any other browser.
>
> The speed differences in such programs as
> http://www.tinaja.com/demo28a.asp are utterly stunning.
>
> --
> Many thanks,
>
> Don Lancaster voice phone: (928)428-4073
> Synergetics 3860 West First Street Box 809 Thatcher, AZ 85552
> rss: http://www.tinaja.com/whtnu.xml email:
>
> Please visit my GURU's LAIR web site at http://www.tinaja.com


Are you the "electronics" guy. I remember reading articles by a fellow of
the same name in the old days, when I built a lot of PAIA equipment.

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thanatoid
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      01-04-2009
Don Lancaster <> wrote in
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> The Javascript in Chrome is blisteringly faster than in any
> other browser.


I wonder why...

<SNIP>
 
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thanatoid
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      01-04-2009
"Keyser Söze" <> wrote in
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> Sinner <> wrote in message
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>
>> "« Agent 007 ½" <> wrote in message
>> news:ada76202-3709-4671-9e66-
>> egroups.com...
>>> More browsers means competition and you get better
>>> browsers. It's a win-win situation for the consumers.

>>
>> No, you just get morons inappropriately cross-posting
>> their inane questions.

>
> Indeed, there is no doubt that x-poasting is annoying.
>
> What is more annoying are ****wits just like you
> highlighting how annoying x-poasting is which in turn
> promotes more x-poasting.
>
> It really does beg the question then, who the ****ing moron
> is, eh?
>
> Oh, and what the **** does your point, other than the one
> which resides on top of your head, to do with the kkkrome
> browser exactly, moron?


Do you guys prefer blueberry or strawberry jam on your poast?
SIGH.
 
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O-Furylcarbonyl-Thiocyanate-PropoxyO-Dichlorobenzoic-Acid
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      01-04-2009
thanatoid palpitated:

> "Keyser Söze" <> wrote in
> news: mus.Corpus.e
> dimus:
>
>> Sinner <> wrote in message
>> news:lSu7l.1640$:
>>
>>> "« Agent 007 ½" <> wrote in message
>>> news:ada76202-3709-4671-9e66-
>>> egroups.com...
>>>> More browsers means competition and you get better
>>>> browsers. It's a win-win situation for the consumers.
>>>
>>> No, you just get morons inappropriately cross-posting
>>> their inane questions.

>>
>> Indeed, there is no doubt that x-poasting is annoying.
>>
>> What is more annoying are ****wits just like you
>> highlighting how annoying x-poasting is which in turn
>> promotes more x-poasting.
>>
>> It really does beg the question then, who the ****ing moron
>> is, eh?
>>
>> Oh, and what the **** does your point, other than the one
>> which resides on top of your head, to do with the kkkrome
>> browser exactly, moron?

>
> Do you guys prefer blueberry or strawberry jam on your poast?


Somthing which leaves a taste in the target's mouth is always preferable for
effect.

What would you like to swollow today?

> SIGH.


Out of puff?
 
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thanatoid
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      01-04-2009
"O-Furylcarbonyl-Thiocyanate-PropoxyO-Dichlorobenzoic-Acid"
<> wrote in
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> thanatoid palpitated:


<SNIP>
>>> What is more annoying are ****wits just like you
>>> highlighting how annoying x-poasting is which in turn
>>> promotes more x-poasting.


<SNIP>

>> Do you guys prefer blueberry or strawberry jam on your
>> poast?

>
> Somthing which leaves a taste in the target's mouth is
> always preferable for effect.
>
> What would you like to swollow today?
>
>> SIGH.

>
> Out of puff?


No, just ****ing tired of seeing the word "poast" all over the
place. How retarded can you get?
But I guess being ignorant and uneducated is sort of a national
hobby in the good ol' US of A.

 
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Trimethoxybenzoyl-Pyrazole-Trifluoroethanol4-Methyl-1-Furylpropanoate
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      01-04-2009
thanatoid spritzed:

> "O-Furylcarbonyl-Thiocyanate-PropoxyO-Dichlorobenzoic-Acid"
> <> wrote in
> news:gjqbbt$utg$:
>
>> thanatoid palpitated:

>
> <SNIP>
>>>> What is more annoying are ****wits just like you
>>>> highlighting how annoying x-poasting is which in turn
>>>> promotes more x-poasting.

>
> <SNIP>
>
>>> Do you guys prefer blueberry or strawberry jam on your
>>> poast?

>>
>> Somthing which leaves a taste in the target's mouth is
>> always preferable for effect.
>>
>> What would you like to swollow today?
>>
>>> SIGH.

>>
>> Out of puff?

>
> No,


Yes.

> just ****ing tired of seeing the word "poast" all over the
> place.


Is that it, you ****ed up word picking moron? You get 'tired', "tired of
seeing the word "poast" all over the place."

You'd better go and lay down you soft ****.

> How retarded can you get?
> But I guess being ignorant and uneducated is sort of a national
> hobby in the good ol' US of A.


<Aside: Lame ****tard>
 
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Damian
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      01-04-2009
thanatoid wrote:
> "O-Furylcarbonyl-Thiocyanate-PropoxyO-Dichlorobenzoic-Acid"
> <> wrote in
> news:gjqbbt$utg$:
>
>> thanatoid palpitated:

>
> <SNIP>
>>>> What is more annoying are ****wits just like you
>>>> highlighting how annoying x-poasting is which in turn
>>>> promotes more x-poasting.

>
> <SNIP>
>
>>> Do you guys prefer blueberry or strawberry jam on your
>>> poast?

>>
>> Somthing which leaves a taste in the target's mouth is
>> always preferable for effect.
>>
>> What would you like to swollow today?
>>
>>> SIGH.

>>
>> Out of puff?

>
> No, just ****ing tired of seeing the word "poast" all over the
> place. How retarded can you get?


All these froups use poast.

> But I guess being ignorant and uneducated is sort of a national
> hobby in the good ol' US of A.


Kinda like Canada... only not as stoopid.


 
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