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Date:      Thu, 27 Jan 2011 11:47:39 -0800
From:      Chip Camden <sterling@camdensoftware.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Any package for surveys?
Message-ID:  <20110127194738.GD72285@libertas.local.camdensoftware.com>
In-Reply-To: <4D41C296.8020605@gmail.com>
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Quoth elbbit on Thursday, 27 January 2011:
> On 27/01/11 17:04, Bill Moran ...
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> Thank you for taking the time to reply Bill.  I am glad you challenge
> me.  Someone needs to!
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> > In response to elbbit <elbbit@gmail.com>:
> >> On 27/01/11 14:41, Andrew McGlashan wrote:
> >>> Hi Simon,
> >> Thanks for taking the time to reply Andrew.
> >>=20
> >>> elbbit wrote:
> >>>> I held off writing back because I have just launched a new
> >>>> website at: http://www.tibble.net/
> >>>>=20
> >>>> Wait!  Don't go!  This isn't spam!   Please!  Just listen!
> >>> Yes, it looks very spammy to me....
> >> I sent similar emails to other lists and was promptly scalded for
> >> being so uncouth.  I thank those who encourage me to stop spamming
> >> for teaching me humility.  However, I think the importance of
> >> global self awareness is too important to worry about whether or
> >> not we like to know about the problems.  This is the equivalent of
> >> a hit-and-run, in my opinion.  I am here to stay, I am not going
> >> anywhere and the world will become self-aware in my presence.  It
> >> is why I have been born.
> >=20
> > You are a delusion dipshit, and a bad liar.
> I forgive you.
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> > If you feel so righteous about your cause, why did you hijack another
> > thread without changing the subject?
> With all the respect that is due to you, and all others who frequent
> these mailing lists, I feel the topic of global voting is too important
> to worry about whether or not my particular message fits into a defined
> category.  The survey thread I chose to reply to is the closest match I
> could find that was both recent and relevant to OUR cause.  By "our" I
> mean all people in the world, not just those involved with me.
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> To highlight some facts here:
> a) original poster asked about conducting a survey
> b) original poster wants to gather the opinion using the internet
> c) I am conducting a survey of all people on all views, sorted by most
> active vote/talk thread
> d) my survey is being conducted on the internet
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> > It's because you don't really care if anyone on the list reads it,
> Naturally, when you understand the significance of everyone being able
> to vote, and then being able to change their vote at any time, and being
> able to vote on anything - completely unrestricted, unmoderated,
> clear-cut decision.  Take a second to imagine in your mind, and call it
> fiction if you will, that it is wholly possible that all people can vote
> in this way.  Now, seeing as we are dealing with fiction, and made up
> ideas, you must remember that money is a made up idea.  Someone thought
> it up.  Let's continue...
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> > you just want the message to be in the multitude of web archives that
> > archive this mailing list so you'll have more links back to your page
> > so search engines are more likely to rank you highly.  I expect
> > you've got some scheme in mind that eventually involves making=20
> > yourself money once you've got enough traffic.
> I am not hostile.  I care.  I love.  Yes, you read me right.  I have
> nothing but love for you all, and whilst you might think I am going to
> fail without the use of money - I think you will find that there is a
> growing trend where people are starting to question why we have all
> believed in money.  Money is the religion of today, if you open your
> eyes to see it for yourself.  I am not here to make money.  I am here to
> see what the world decides for itself.
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> > I sent a complaint to your ISP about the spamming.  If enough other=20
> > people do the same, you'll find your site shut down eventually.  I=20
> > wish you poor luck and misery.
> I forgive you [again] for thinking that I am hostile.  I am not hurting
> anybody.  No blood is being spilt because I am "asking for your
> opinion."  Go ahead and annoy the ISP if you want, but if they shut
> Tibble down it will just appear somewhere else, maybe even being written
> by someone new.
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> I am on the outside of the matrix.  You have no idea how great it is out
> here.  Unplug, and free your mind, just like Neo does in the famous
> movie.  Only, try to understand, the real fiction we deal with is money
> and those who make it.  They use it to control you.  Do your own
> research.  Don't believe the crazy man - because I am crazy...or am I?
>=20
> Simon
>=20
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> --=20
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> elbbit

As I was reading this, I couldn't help picturing the speaker as King
Julian from the Madagascar movies.

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Sterling (Chip) Camden | sterling@camdensoftware.com | 2048D/3A978E4F
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