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    Don't talk so much crap!
    by simon on Tuesday November 20 2001, @03:54AM (#3799)
    User #2982 Info | http://www.nic.pro/
    "I went to their mesage board and it seems that there are about 5 people that post there,..."

    http://new.chat.new.net/bb_memberlist.php

    Username From Joined Posts Email URL ICQ AIM YIM MSN
    1 Admin Apr 11, 2001 5
    2 eden Jul 16, 2001 5
    3 lamabile Los Angeles, CA, USA Jul 16, 2001 672
    4 mole Singapore Jul 17, 2001 881
    5 csingleton Jul 17, 2001 2
    6 Tomsters USA Jul 17, 2001 734
    7 beggers Los Angeles Jul 17, 2001 284
    8 lachx1 San Francisco Jul 17, 2001 97
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    10 domain domain.shop Jul 17, 2001 212
    11 © Colorado, USA Jul 17, 2001 144
    12 Wireless A M E R I C A Jul 17, 2001 778
    13 ® Jul 17, 2001 1
    14 sex.xxx Jul 17, 2001 4
    15 EasyTech Germany Jul 17, 2001 253
    16 jod Jul 17, 2001 11
    17 Cyborg Australia Jul 17, 2001 2
    18 Mr. Email Southern California Jul 17, 2001 62
    19 king Jul 17, 2001 111
    20 .player London Jul 17, 2001 109
    21 sleepy US of UK Jul 17, 2001 169
    22 jedi CTown, Ohio Jul 17, 2001 78
    23 Harry New York Jul 17, 2001 23
    24 WeTLD Prescott, Arizona, USA Jul 17, 2001 1
    25 InterSurge Clarksville, TN Jul 17, 2001 5
    26 Jweb Jul 17, 2001 52
    27 ZIPTOad Jul 17, 2001 9
    28 auctions Mystery, Alaska Jul 17, 2001 9
    29 Louise_69 Jul 17, 2001 4
    30 blkadder New.net Jul 17, 2001 1
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    34 slumbum Springfield, MA Jul 17, 2001 5
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    46 jpontanilla California Jul 17, 2001 0
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    254 needshelp Oct 28, 2001 0
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    Don't talk so much crap! by simon
    Re: Don't talk so much crap!
    by Anonymous on Tuesday November 20 2001, @12:42PM (#3806)
    Thats exactly what you are talking, crap!

    99.5% of those names registered have never had a post.

    -or-

    They posted once and again and were banned because they don't kiss new.net ass with their comments!

    The same five people post there ONLY everyday.

    You do not need to register to read, so don't tell me that these people registered to be a part of the board for that reason!

    My origanal post description of 5 people post there is not crap it is the truth.

    I can see buying a couple of domains there for maybe 5 bucks a pop to see if you get any additional traffic to a .com forwarding setup, but 35.00? You are a sucker on that one.

    The five people that post there call themselves professionals, this "wildcard" character says he knows it all, if he did, he wouldn't be there everyday telling you he does.

    You know that old SV ass***e, changed his name to wildcard because he made such an ass out of himself and I am sure scared away alot biz from new.net.

    .movie, lol, just trying to get some money from the movie industry and that won't happen!

    Another loser for new.net, are you?
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Re: Don't talk so much crap!
    by Anonymous on Wednesday November 21 2001, @02:02AM (#3815)
    Yeah, LOL, most have been thrown out of the forum, for bashing New.net, because they New.net sucks.

    Don't waste your money on New.net
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Is the EMAIL solution also a Plug-in solution or "
    by Anonymous on Thursday November 22 2001, @05:00PM (#3836)
    EMAIL is the lifeblood of any business....This is what I want to know. Does the email work? Simple question.

    (writing to other new.net disciples doesn't count)
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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