heres what happens when u help!!please read

heres what happens when u help!!please read

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Posted by robbie schmitt on January 21, 2002 at 12:14:27:

In Reply to: XWave QS3000A driver for Windows 2000 posted by Kashif Rajpoot on August 27, 2001 at 13:49:37:

hey people. You wanna hear what happens when u help people . Here a message from somebody i was going to help.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: robbie schmitt []
> Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2002 11:23 AM
> To: Scott Wescovich
> Subject: Re: Computing.Net Post - windowsxp-1300
> --- Scott Wescovich wrote:
> > Robbie,
> > Would you mind emailing me the XP drivers for the
> > QS3000A card? The
> > Labway driver site has been down all day (both the
> > USA and the Taiwan
> > sites!).
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Scott
> >
>auto answer::::
> yes i do, in return all i need is a recomendation
> letter saying that i helped u and something that
> sounds good for a college. You can make it up.
> Just
> need something. I need your operating system so i
> can
> give u the right driver.
> send the letter to #@$#$#$#$%#%#%#%#%%5
> robbie schmitt
> thanks peace

This asshole writes:

--- Scott Wescovich wrote:

> Robbie,
>Please give me a break!
> You reply to a request sent over 2 1/2 months ago,
> and have the nerve to
> say that you need a recommendation letter in return?
> Never mind the
> fact that you obviously didn't read my request very
> carefully since you
> said you needed to know my operating system. Was
> the request for the
> "XP drivers" unclear?
> You obviously do not understand the etiquette
> involved in Usenet groups.
> If someone requests something that you have, you
> either provide it to
> them, or ignore the post.
> There's nothing wrong with providing the requested
> item, then requesting
> something of the provider, but you NEVER reply by
> saying you'll provide
> the requested item but only if you receive something
> in return. That's
> usually a surefire request to be mail-bombed
> (fortunately, I'm not one
> of those who would do that)
> In addition, to make this demand in reply to a
> request sent over 2 1/2
> months ago shows nothing short of complete
> ignorance. Do you honestly
> think that in 2 1/2 months I wasn't able to find
> this driver?
> Please, don't try to "help" anyone else by showing
> your foolishness.
> By the spelled "recommendation" wrong.
> Good luck in college!
> Scott


ok buddy, im a single computer server who was dumb enough to post a message on every single forum that had required my help. In fact i have recieved 1000's of email a day. bringing down my little server almost everyday with responses. So im sorry if me (one person couldnt read every single message in a day or 2), basing this on a life i have, for i just got to your message the other day. Maybe being so big and bad u didnt realize this and that is why i was asking for a recommendation letter. Maybe to help me out or seomthing. but mail bomb. U must be a minimum wage ass hole sitting behind a computer sucking offf his boss. Well im 17, and probably above any intelligence u might have and then more. So by u acting like an asshole, i hope u see my fuc%en name in the paper. This message was sent to every person that has sent me a message and i have recieve not 1 but 25 recommendation letters. One more important than any.... msn, some no name man that works for them. But im sure it will sound good. just remember.
fuc% you

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