MVP Question

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Sunny, May 4, 2009.

  1. Sunny

    Leythos Guest

    If you have no issues with being "Identified" then why not post your
    home address, your phone number, and possibly your other personal
    information?

    Most of us have a Usenet Identity, it's almost always a long history and
    can be tracked and followed, even validated by headers and other such
    things. There is no reason to attach a face to any part of the Usenet
    identity as it doesn't make it any more or less valid.

    Suggesting that a "real" name or some other personal trait makes a
    user/post more valid is a sign of talking to a person that has never
    worked with security in any capacity.
     
    Leythos, May 5, 2009
    #61
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  2. Sunny

    Leythos Guest

    Wrong, real MVP's don't act like you do, don't impersonate other MVP's,
    don't create pornographic filth and then post links to it in MS groups
    and other groups....
     
    Leythos, May 5, 2009
    #62
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  3. Sunny

    Leythos Guest

    You mean your record for pirating others tools and then editing the
    credits so that they "appear" to be yours, have a great record and can't
    be touched - why is it that markers inserted in the tools you copy
    MONTHS before show up in your tools where they were not before?
     
    Leythos, May 5, 2009
    #63
  4. Sunny

    Marianne Guest

    Prove it or SHUT UP! It's easy to prove without divulging your name or
    private information.

    Some time ago a "real" MVP told us that if you logon to the private
    Microsoft MVP support site and make a post to the group via the web
    interface that an MVP logo would appear by your name on your post. Not many
    MVPs use the web interface but we see the MVP logo from the few that do post
    via the web. Surely if you are an MVP you should be able to figure out how
    to logon to the private site and make a post via the web interface. Just
    post a reply to this post and be done with it!

    You could put this to rest in less than two minutes and be done with it once
    and for all, others would have no choice but to stop challenging you! For
    once you could tell others to SHUT UP and be smug at the same time. But I
    doubt that you will do this because you simply crave attention so you like
    the fuss others make about your use of the MVP title... and of course you
    aren't a real MVP so you cannot logon to the private MVP site to make the
    simple little post. So just STFU!

    M

     
    Marianne, May 5, 2009
    #64

  5. Once again, you have ignored the request for information to prove what
    you say you are. I'll repeat my requests quoted below:

    "If you disagree with me, by all means prove that I am wrong. Give us
    some evidence that you are an MVP. For example, tell us in what
    technical area you are an MVP and tell us the name of your lead."

    "So, for example, I'm a Windows Desktop Experience MVP. Are you also a
    Windows Desktop Experience MVP? If so, who is your lead? If not, tell
    us what your technical area is, and who your lead is."

    If you are not willing to provide the asked-for information, it's just
    another example of your fakery. You are clearly *not* an MVP if you
    refuse to provide any evidence at all that you are.
     
    Ken Blake, MVP, May 5, 2009
    #65
  6. Hilarious!

    This one offers expert Comic Relief.

    Utterly Clueless...

    Thinks Like A Pimply-Faced Kid.
    --
    D. Spencer Hines
    Lux et Veritas et Libertas
    Vires et Honor
    Veni, Vidi, Calcitravi Asinum

     
    D. Spencer Hines, May 5, 2009
    #66
  7. Hilarious!

    He calls himself "The Real Truth" but doesn't want people to know his Real
    Name.

    Looney Tunes.
     
    D. Spencer Hines, May 5, 2009
    #67
  8. Sunny

    Marianne Guest

    Listen you fool, what you say is false! I'm not an MVP so I can't post to
    make the point but some of the other MVPs post with pseudonyms and the logo
    shows up! You don't have to divulge your real name to post to the web
    interface, you are just making excuses so that you can keep on with this
    crazy charade of yours! Once again, make the post and we will all shut up.
    With all of the challenges to your MVP claim I think that certainly you
    would be the first one to want to finally put this to rest! If you don't
    want to make the post you should stop pretending that you are an MVP and
    STFU about it!

    Maybe some other "real" MVP will post with a moniker just to show all who
    read here how much of a lying fake you really are!

    M
     
    Marianne, May 5, 2009
    #68
  9. From: "PA Bear [MS MVP]" <>

    | Now pull the other one, Paddy!

    No comment :)
     
    David H. Lipman, May 5, 2009
    #69
  10. From: "Ken Blake, MVP" <>

    | On Mon, 4 May 2009 18:06:49 -0700, "The Real Truth [MS MVP]"


    | Once again, you have ignored the request for information to prove what
    | you say you are. I'll repeat my requests quoted below:

    Side-stepped it completely !

    He can NOT provide the MVP lead because he's not a Microsoft MVP!
     
    David H. Lipman, May 5, 2009
    #70
  11. Sunny

    Gordon Guest

    Gordon, May 5, 2009
    #71
  12. Sunny

    Peter Foldes Guest

    He will dance around it as usual. He is one sick person that needs to get some
    professional help

    --
    Peter

    Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
    Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.
     
    Peter Foldes, May 5, 2009
    #72
  13. Sunny

    Jake Marley Guest

    I can't understand why everyone just doesn't killfile the idiot and
    move on. This kind of thread seems to erupt frequently, always with
    the same people being involved.
     
    Jake Marley, May 5, 2009
    #73
  14. Sunny

    Bob Lucas Guest

    Killfile does not address the problem, because newcomers to this
    newsgroup have no reason to question the person's status.

    It is a great pity there is no way of preventing posts from
    spurious MVPs from reaching the server, because a newcomer might
    be duped into accepting advice or downloading files that could be
    dangerous.
     
    Bob Lucas, May 5, 2009
    #74
  15. Sunny

    Twayne Guest

    Look, another one crawled out of the woodwork.
     
    Twayne, May 5, 2009
    #75
  16. Sunny

    Twayne Guest

    LOL! You're a good one to talk! You do the exact same thing! Fit the
    same description, too!
     
    Twayne, May 5, 2009
    #76
  17. Sunny

    Twayne Guest

    LOL, that's nearly word for word to boilerplate you've used several
    times before for other subjects! You and butt-troll are from the same
    mold! No matter what the fool comes back with, you'll weasle-word it to
    death and refuse to accept it anyway. What a waste of skin!

    Twayne
     
    Twayne, May 5, 2009
    #77
  18. Sunny

    Twayne Guest

    YOu're a good little puppet, M.

    Twayne
     
    Twayne, May 5, 2009
    #78

  19. No thank you. I don't need to keep asking, and I won't get even
    slightly blue in the face. Like almost all the rest of us here, I
    already know the answer. You are not an MVP, and your refusal to
    answer questions like mine below is just another proof that you are
    not.

     
    Ken Blake, MVP, May 5, 2009
    #79
  20. Sunny

    Leythos Guest

    It appears you have exposed yourself as a Usenet Troll, possibly even
    PCBUTTS himself, as this is something he would do just to stir crap in
    the group.

    If you object to people not using real names, if you believe personal
    information should be made public, then you should lead by example.
     
    Leythos, May 5, 2009
    #80
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