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In article<p1hu7v03bb@news3.newsguy.com>, PeterN
<"peter,newdelete"@deleteverizon.net> wrote:

> >>>>>> The reason I didn't consider a failing drive, and kept fighting this
> >>>>>> is that there are no other signs of it. No crashes, no errors in
> >>>>>> normal use, nothing at all.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> drives can fail in mysterious and sometimes sudden ways.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> one of mine randomly decides it's read-only. an unmount/mount fixes it,
> >>>>> at least for a while. needless to say, it's queued for replacement.
> >>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> With my attitude it would not be qued for replacement,n Replacement
> >>>> would take place within a few minutes of ensuring that there was a
> >>>> proper backup.
> >>>
> >>> there are proper backups, more than one in fact.
> >>>
> >>> once again, you're talking out your ass.
> >>
> >> You really stretched for a nasty comment, that was of no help to anyone.
> > 
> > no stretch needed, as you are very clearly talking out your ass, and
> > i'll add to that, something you do shockingly often.
> > 
> >> Go crawl under your corner bed sheet, now that you have made a valuable
> >> contribution to the discussion..
> > 
> > speaking of nasty comments...
> > 
> > i'll also note that you know absolutely *nothing* about what the drive
> > mentioned above is used for.
> 
> Another kindergarten response. 

school is out for the holidays.

> We all ought to thank the powers that be, 
> that you don' build anything we need to depend on.

yes, you should, as you would be very surprised what i have built. you
or someone you know may in fact, be using or have used some of it.