I haz been useful?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by magnet18, Apr 25, 2011.

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  1. magnet18

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  2. Georacer

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    Doesn't it feel great when you share knowledge?
     
  3. GetDeviceInfo

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    your avatar should be grinning.
     
  4. Lightfire

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    Yes, you have been useful for me so far. :)
     
  5. someonesdad

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    Nice job! Take a little, give a little...
     
  6. bribri

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    last time i tried to do that, the thread got closed
     
  7. magnet18

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    Hmm???
    Do what?
     
  8. bribri

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    to be useful.
    i recently tried,
    and then a regular-poster (perhaps a bit too regular) chimes in, simply to bully me (again) and contradict my statements.
    i'm there trying to offer honest and useful advice based on knowledge and experience, whilst the troll in this case is essentially just calling the OP an idiot for not even knowing the function of the equipment they're trying to hack. that whilst treating the thread as some sort of competition and outing himself as one who is not even particularly knowledgeable about the topic. . . offering pointless speculation instead of actual help.
    so, bang, thread closed. question unresolved.
    it's embarrassing to AAC.
    maybe some posters need a breathalyzer dongle in order to log-in, i don't know.
    if the grumpy old me want to chase off enthusiastic members through continual agitation, it's working.
     
  9. t06afre

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    Poor bribri. What can I say! Noli nothis permittere te terere :p
     
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  10. JoeJester

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    Interesting. You wanted help to "hack" something. I sure hope this is a communication misunderstanding.

    I don't think you will find alot of people here, especially those who earn their living in electronic related industries, willing to assist someone in "reverse engineering" someone's intellectual property.
     
  11. beenthere

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    I will suggest that agreeing to disagree is the wisest course here. Airing issues in public is not what Off Topic is for. There are moderators and administrators to handle disputes.
     
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