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r u 4 real, "NA"?
Message #1 Posted by K on 27 Aug 2005, 2:17 a.m.

"NA" --

Regarding the thread you started: "your opinion of the HP49G"

Are you for real, or just some troll? What country or text-messaging subculture are you from?

Only a nitwit would repeatedly post insulting and idiotic garbage such as the following, after people have attempted to provide information.

wat do u think? i think its an amazing calc.
it has RPN u idiot. u no mabey u should use it before u talk!!
some what new.. yes. but i have had my calc since it came out.
there is something called a manual and trial and error. after a while u get used to using the calc and then its like a piece of cake.

Don't indulge this twit, folks...

Re: r u 4 real, "NA"?
Message #2 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 27 Aug 2005, 3:10 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by K


I somehow had my own concerns after reading some of NA's answers. BTW, who are you, K? Not J's fellowmate from M.I.B., I suppose! Would that be true?

Yeap, us from downhere also have our own sort of foreign cultural experiences...

Except in some exceptional circumstances where spicy but harmfull short answers may seem fun enough to deserve anonymous funny credit, I always use my own name and origin ID. Now with the new MoHPC Forum policy and being a registered member, I see no reason being unidentified. In any way, doing monkey busines in front of serious people like the world abroad, brainy guys found here, seems major waste of time. Mainly their time.

I believe some guys get used to participate in forums where actual identity should be preserved in order to be aware of accidental agressions from casual participants that are not bound to the main forum subject, instead are there only to annoy. When these guys mannage to get here without knowing about our main concerns, their behavior follow previous deffensive patterns. I myself have had about enough of this sort of subject.

Luiz (Brazil)

Edited: 27 Aug 2005, 3:22 a.m.

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