From: David B. <>
Subject: Re: Because I care about the friends I've made here!
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Subject: Re: Because I care about the friends Ive made here!
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On 28/01/2018 01:03, Savageduck wrote:
> On Jan 27, 2018, David B. wrote
> (in article <IU8bC.629289$SF3.526976@fx28.fr7>):
>> On 27/01/2018 23:37, PeterN wrote:
>>> On 1/27/2018 2:08 PM, nospam wrote:
>>>> In article<>, PeterN
>>>> <"peter,newdelete">  wrote:
>>>>>> In article<yL1bC.797477$ll3.431890@fx12.fr7>, David B.
>>>>>><>  wrote:
>>>>>>> Look what's been found!
>>>>>> that you're a troll who hasn't any clue about the crap he posts.
>>>>>>> https://www.virustot
>>>>>>> Views invited.
>>>>>> bad idea.
>>>>> Why?
>>>> because he's a troll who has a stick up his ass about mac malware and
>>>> doesn't understand the links he posts, even posting links that cause
>>>> harm to users and going so far as claiming that anti-malware utilities
>>>> actually install malware rather than remove it.
>>>> nothing is 100% secure, but unless people install unknown apps from
>>>> untrusted sources, there is essentially no risk for malware on the mac.
>>> That may be true. What you say about installing unknown apps, is true on
>>> PC's as well. The greedy guys who look for free, or low cost
>>> installation keys are only asking for a problem.
>> If you goes here https://www.clxxx, how
>> can you be sure that you are going to be PROTECTING your Apple computer,
>> not INSTALLING malware?
>> Always wondering.
> You certainly do not live up to your subject line.

I'm really sorry that you think so. :-(

> Do you even think before before you crosspost and then repeat your obsessive
> malware rant which is totally off topic in r.p.d.?

Of course. I understood that at least SOME of the folk reading/writing 
here use an Apple computer.

> Though I have given you the benefit of doubt when some of your posts to
> r.p.d. appeared benign, now it seems that the only solution is to add you to
> my kill-file.

You must do what you think is in the best interest of the group as a 
whole. I'm trying to EDUCATE, not disrupt.

David B.