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Subject: RE: hey i thought im sorry! ;-)
Thread ID: 50259 Message ID: 50735 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 6 Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Sunday, September 05, 2004 11:05:42 PM         
   


> by the way... don't call people names... im not peter pan nor anybody else here in the forum.
> (is that the way the so called 'professionals' talk... he he damn... how come warez are more friendly... hmm...)
>
> hey if you are a professional... so does everybody here in the forum... you are no far better
> than anybody else here. nor you are not the weakest since everyone here learns. so therefore
> even if you work in a company, freelancer, independent developers, or even if they are
> underground groups, hackers, crackers or whatever they call themselves still they are professional.
> hmm... perhaps the microsoft certified would react... he he (nah... just a piece of paper).
>
> i have seen alot of works of very good developers of different nations, languages who have written
> lots and lots of contribution to the computing side. and hey they have place 'kevin mitnick' in prison
> just because of a ham radio. ;-) but they are not certified... they just knew how to code... what is
> important for them is to earn some money so they can have something to provide for their family.
>
> now a poor man who is working hard for his family whether he is a good or average or even the best
> programmer he could be, that man is a professional. ;-)
>
> if you find me offending on what i say or my codes and contributions offending, kindly
> tell me and hey my mail is open for you.
>
> and if my programs and articles seems to be offending kindly criticize it. hey, i know people
> are listening here in the forum and ive been with them for so many times. they have their own
> minds and thinkings and we can't control that. they have the freedom to mark whom they want
> they have the freedom to choose whom they want... simple things just like that.
>
> i remember when i write my article 'steganography'... well does my article promote terrorism... no.
> indeed terrorist use steganography as a technique for their networking. they communicate in mediums
> that are not very obvious to those who may read them. a simple poem can be a steganography or
> anything else. i have attached a source code and an explanation about this matter for everyone to
> learn and everyone to know and not to become a terrorist (for sure does anyone here wants to be
> the bad guy, kindly raise your hand) he he. the purpose of that is to expose some realities... it is
> to expose alot of possibilities. when the dildog have written 'back orifice' the microsoft people
> react and many did say that is a trojan... now, the BO2K is open source you could download and
> read the code in C and tell us if it is a trojan or an admin tool. anyway so much for CDC...
>
> im not here fer competion good friend... were here to contribute and solve problems in as many
> ways as we can go. we are not forced to give a solution nor we steal code or any credits from
> anybody else. what i know is this, in this site i did learn alot and im willing to share what i knew.
> besides when i have some questions, they give answers. and when i give answers, i am corrected
> by people like you. hey thanx!
>
> if your a professional, may i ask if you could write something and post it at foxite so that many
> will benefit. perhaps you can share your knowledge to us... (cmon... your a good programmer
> right... contribute pls... have something for free...). how eager are we to ask of you to share
> what you have learned in your work. man... this is a just simple challenge for you... just as i said
> you have your own mind and freewill, its up to you to accept it or not.
>
> enjoy!
>
> -MzDarkReligion


What's wrong with Peter Pan? He's a very smart, wonderful kid. Reminds me so much of how you express yourself. I just thought there are some similarities. Just made you feel how much fun you had branding people 'lamerz', or directly insulting them for showing obvious stupidity, or not being gifted as you thought yourself to be. 'Pikon ka pala', sorry. I never thought somebody who 'applies math in everything man' has sensitive side. By the way, you probably didn't notice, but you've been told off a number of times by others, and mine's just a little direct (with a little read between the line). Did you get pissed off because the comments didn't come from a VFP-MVP? Nobody laughs at your jokes man. I could see how talented and well rounded developer you are, but often times, you show signs of longingness for attention.

I mentioned "AwarnessOfExpressionsThatMakesYouSoundSoNaiveAndUnprofessional", because I was shocked with the way a FORMER INSTRUCTOR in a well known computer institute in the Phils. display such expressions and behaviour. Is that how you become former instructor? Doesn't AMA have any standards at all? I taught Clipper, FoxBase Database Management and Programming and Desktop Publishing in Hands-on Computers to senior co. staffs back in 1995 when I was 20, and volunteered and appointed by the Phil. Embassy/Labour Office in Abu Dhabi, UAE in 1996 as Computer Instructor to train and help improve the careers of more than 150 professionals and underpriviledged Filipino workers at the time through Overseas Filipino Contract Workers (OFCW) Free Training Program and I know the responsibilities and how to behave like one.

Since, this is obviously a VFP site, and most members are keen in learning and developing in VFP, I'll discuss and contribute in the best way I could within the subject and scope.

I never intended to compete with you, and just like what you've said "were here to contribute and solve problems in as many as we can go", let's keep it that way, and not discourage people from learning and posting by humiliating them.

That's all and have a very productive day!

Regards,
Bonn


ENTIRE THREAD

Verify Records Posted by Satyapal Singh @ 8/31/2004 8:18:49 AM
RE: Verify Records Posted by Bernard Bout @ 8/31/2004 8:39:36 AM
RE: Verify Records Posted by Satyapal Singh @ 8/31/2004 10:32:48 AM
RE: Verify Records Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 8/31/2004 10:55:21 AM
RE: Verify Records Posted by Ken Blum @ 8/31/2004 4:10:53 PM
RE: Verify Records Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 9/2/2004 9:08:36 AM
the easiest way... Posted by Mz @ 9/3/2004 6:52:16 AM
RE: the easiest way... Posted by Bonn Tipontipon @ 9/4/2004 1:05:00 AM
hey im sorry! ;-) Posted by Mz @ 9/4/2004 5:36:21 AM
RE: hey im sorry! ;-) Posted by Bonn Tipontipon @ 9/4/2004 8:56:30 AM
RE: hey im sorry! ;-) Posted by Mz @ 9/4/2004 11:45:37 AM
RE: hey im sorry! ;-) Posted by Bonn Tipontipon @ 9/4/2004 11:49:43 AM
RE: hey im sorry! ;-) Posted by Mz @ 9/5/2004 7:58:21 AM
RE: hey i thought im sorry! ;-) Posted by Bonn Tipontipon @ 9/5/2004 11:05:42 PM
RE: hey i thought im sorry! ;-) Posted by Mz @ 9/6/2004 3:49:12 AM
Kabayan, Okay ba diyan. Posted by Rene Relucio @ 9/4/2004 7:46:38 AM
RE: Kabayan, Okay ba diyan. Posted by Bonn Tipontipon @ 9/4/2004 9:00:50 AM
RE: Kabayan, Okay ba diyan. ENGLISH PLEASE Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 9/4/2004 10:56:34 AM
RE: Kabayan, Okay ba diyan. ENGLISH PLEASE Posted by Bonn Tipontipon @ 9/4/2004 11:30:59 AM
RE: Kabayan, Okay ba diyan. ENGLISH PLEASE Posted by Rene Relucio @ 9/5/2004 8:58:55 AM
RE: Kabayan, Okay ba diyan. ENGLISH PLEASE Posted by Rene Relucio @ 9/4/2004 4:48:59 PM
RE: Fellow Countryman, is it ok there? Posted by Bonn Tipontipon @ 9/5/2004 11:17:09 PM
Here's a solution :-) Posted by aktayal @ 9/7/2004 10:24:02 AM