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From "Zahid Rahman" <>
Subject I have proof ----- info :- Bug in the kernel
Date Mon, 23 Sep 2002 11:40:38 GMT
1. Windows users.
You may find that you have a bug in the kernel.
I use windows 2000 professional.
I recently downloaded SP3 (fix pack (approx. 38 MBs).
I noticed the kernel was being downloaded aswell.
I wrote a java program which can show you if there is a bug in your kernel.

2. I have a letter which says this is how it will look like in your program.
I am referring to my second invention.
Guess what ! I will not be showing it to you.

Kicked off the line -- Line Test
3. I was logged on the websphere line.
Just to find out how welcome one is  I wrote I bought JSP PRO,
it cost me #46.00 sterling and it had loads of typing in it.
The line administrator logged me off ( kicked me off)
because he said I was making inappropriate remarks.
It later came to the attention of the line users that I didn't write

If you go to somebody wrote JSP PRO
has loads of typing in it but it is a very good book.
As a result of this review I bought the book.
I don't just invent things I am a very good judge of character too.

5. Can you explain to every one what you (Galbreath, Mark)
meant by "We don't owe you anything".

----- Original Message -----
From: "Galbreath, Mark" <>
To: "'Struts Users Mailing List'" <>
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 11:57 AM
Subject: RE: [CRAP] This guy from the bank raised a question ?

> Mark
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Zahid Rahman []
> Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 5:15 PM
> Eddie Bush wrote that the designer of the architecture,  Craig R.
> McClannahan is present on this line.
> I was on the websphere line and Don Carlos, from DB.COM was talking about
> it.
> So I mentioned it.
> I have also read at the that many people have asked
> question.
> What do you do about the back button on the browser ?
> The answer being nothing.
> Let the real experts answer if they so wish and don't if they do not wish
> to.
> That is their perogative.
> You are the one who wrote for some bizarre reason we don't owe you
> FYI -  Mr. Ioin Woods wrote to me "I think you had a question"
> and the expert group can be found at struts.
> That is exactly the same thing eddie Bush wrote.
> "... the expert group can be found at Struts ..."
> I don't believe in such coincidences but if Eddie Bush wishes to elaborate
> it would be nice on how he came up with that quote
> "... the expert group can be found at Struts ..."
> The other message which says Welcome was nice aswell.
> It is spelt with two lls rather than one L.
> His/her first language isn't English.That much I have been able to deduce.
> I am doing some work at the moment and I don't appreciate such answers
> you
> or any answers from you.
> Anyway I don't like your tone so do not answer my postings.
> There are two kinds of people in this world.
> If you have problems relating than let me put it this way.
> In a cowboy film you would be wearing the black hat whilst
> Eddie Bush and would be wearing the white hat.
> I also know something of your culture and your breeding ...
> Here is a quote from your culture ...
> "We red necks always say if you want to kill_ a few chickens boy !!! then
> get into the hen house"
> Just to end this posting -  Luba Powell admitted to me that it was one her
> buddies who
> called his account Mohammed.
> She then went on to say he did not imply he was a Muslim.
> This all came from her mind.That means she planned the whole thing.
> I am waiting for her giving me a public apology.
> I even showed how to apologise on the websphere line.
> I hope that woman never again set foot in another muslim country again.
> It has already been written that Luba Powell of Jini doesn't stay  in
> employment  on her merit but her deviousness to impersonate.
> Somebody was actually fed up of incompetence of Luba Powell's
> kind and said.
> The answer to your hmmm.....  is Jini but you go and do
> the training  using jsps/servlets and NOT jini.
> The puzzle has been conclusively solved.
> Luba Powell likes to be the one to go to Muslims countries and screw
> the Muslims. Which can be done very easily because Muslims are the
> and helpful sort.
> This Indian I came across also went on to say -  Luba Powell how dare you
> call the Indian programmers
> inferior. I know enough American "Crappy Coders".
> Actually I also know of an occasion when this guy from the UK went to
> as an advisor.
> He came back with the news that  they were hard coding the back end.
> This is, so as to hide the fact from the managers that they
> have been unable to amalgatamate the complex logic.
> I don't know if you know this but in a large and complex project
> alot of co-ordination is required amongst friendly people,
> but not that friendly as the ones found in Texas.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Galbreath, Mark" <>
> To: "'Struts Users Mailing List'" <>
> Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 9:24 PM
> Subject: RE: This guy from the bank raised a question ?
> > My reaction, too. (a) What is the relation between the subject line and
> your
> > question?  (b)  Do a little research before asking questions; this
> > has been discussed ad nauseum here.
> >
> >
> >
> > Mark
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Eddie Bush []
> > Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 3:59 PM
> >
> > Huh?
> >
> > Zahid Rahman wrote:
> >
> > >Have you made any  contingency planning in the design of the
> architecture,
> > >with regard to the user pressing the back button on the browser,
> > >Or is that left up to me to implement some how, perhaps using branching
> > >statements.
> >
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