Message from discussion My Famous Blahg - Unenforced changes
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Subject: My Famous Blahg - Unenforced changes
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I know that most of you, if not all, are regular readers of my excellent blahg
on my personal web-site. You will probably have noticed a very minor change to
some of the pages over the last couple of days.
You will almost certainly have been regular readers of the pages entitled:
"Cloudy, turning to fud later" - which of course has (well, actually "had"
now) hurled regular insults at "Another sociopath in uk.rec.cycling (urc)
<who> calls himself "Judith Smith" (JMS). "
If you cannot recall the page, it was the one which had the accusation that the
person named above had visited the AGM of BP in order to dob someone in it. I
now understand that that person had not attended the AGM at all; but "my
accusation was totally without merit." (NB I have purely put quotes around
that sentence for no particular reason whatsoever - and certainly not because
it was suggested by someone unknown)
Anyway, I digress.
I have just taken a number of pages down from my website purely as an "Autumn
I can assure you all that the decision was purely my own, and it had nothing to
do with a letter I didn't receive from Amazon Legal Services regarding the web
pages and talk about something called an AUP. I can tell you now, anyone who
suggests anything like that will find themselves the subject of their own
personal web page on my blahg in double-quick time. (For most of you who won't
know, that is a musical term which I, unlike you, as a first class choir singer
am very familiar with)
My pages are of course hosted on the Amazon Cloud service.
Coincidentally I think that I may have fallen for some sort of scam where
Amazon select users of their service at random - and threaten them with some
sort of trumped up accusation if random pages are not removed.
Finally: I wish to make it clear that I am an IT professional with an excellent
understanding of what is, and what is not acceptable on public web-pages; and I
am an authority on IP addressing and covering one's tracks; consequently anyone
who writes to Dell with any details of this non-event will find themselves the
subject of a Norwich Pharmacal order pretty damn quick.