2003-11-28 SvsG Events

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Staddon vs. Griever: SvsG Messages: 2003

18:40 from Bubba

Nick Notes

Friday afternoon (11/28) I finally remembered that I had decided it was past time for friendliness regarding email accounts, so I killed the last email redirect I had left in place b-2022-12-9-15:49-spam@vbzspam.net at Bubba's whiny request and closed both his and Lynne's redhouse.com POP3 accounts.

This is what I received about an hour later:

Email

Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 18:40:51 -0500 (EST)
Subject: /wmail
From: <b-2022-12-9-15:49-spam@ltpgaspam.com>
To: <nick-2022-12-9-15:49-spam@redhousespam.com>
Cc: [Nick's dad's email address]

N., did you change my wmail password?

Your little snits are so childish. Your delusion that you built the entire VBZ.NET reality yourself and saying that all I did was process some images is so laughable. Do you really believe this? If you really want me to show the world what a liar and an idiot you are then by all means just say the word.

B.

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Evidence elsewhere would suggest that b-2022-12-9-15:49-spam@ltpgaspam.com is just a forward to b-2022-12-9-15:49-spam@vbzspam.net, which was being forwarded to bubba-2022-12-9-15:49-spam@redhousespam.com... so Bubba is now without an email account, since he apparently didn't bother to find a POP3 anywhere when I asked him to. Gosh darn.

I am now deleting the last of their hosting accounts. One of them may have been "live" but was not in use; the other two had already been moved to other servers but nobody bothered to tell me. (Woops... should have copied the email files. Will do that for the last one.)

(The above notes were written on or about 2003-11-28)