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Thread: Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

  1. #1
    Bear Guest

    Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

    Dustin <die.spammers.die@nospam.nothanks.com> wrote in
    news:XnsA122EE33D71BEB7Z317AGDTEHHI8AJ283@no:

    > Bear <removebear.bottoms1@gmail.com> wrote in
    > news:XnsA122F08C1BF9Ebearbottoms1gmail.AC@130.225. 254.104:
    >
    >> Eagle <deagle01@gmail.com> wrote in
    >> news:mn.3ba27dcc4fada45a.128701@gmail.com:
    >>
    >>> After serious thinking Bear wrote :
    >>>> Eagle <deagle01@gmail.com> wrote in news:mn.3b247dcc1fec2290.128701
    >>>> @gmail.com:
    >>>>
    >>>>> on 12/6/2012, G. Morgan supposed :
    >>>>>> Dustin wrote:
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>> I just checked my email.. I'm one of those sorry *******s who's
    >>>>>>> CompTIA A+ certified "for life". This doesn't seem to be cool
    >>>>>>> with them anymore...
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> I didn't think that "grandfather" clause would last forever.
    >>>>>> When you took the test it probably asked a bunch of stupid
    >>>>>> questions about parallel ports and modem UARTs.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> I think anyone hiring today for a A+ technician would prefer a
    >>>>>> current one anyway, not one earned a decade or more ago - all that
    >>>>>> is mostly irrelevant now.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> How long is that A+ ticket good for? Is it worth lighting a fire
    >>>>> with?
    >>>>
    >>>> Technology moves quickly. You can be out of date in 5 years. Who
    >>>> wants a tech with old skills?
    >>>>
    >>>> Jax
    >>>
    >>> Do you have any info regarding the A+ tech ticket?

    >>
    >> I read these......
    >>
    >> "Why A New Exam? The CompTIA A+ exam was last updated in 2006.
    >> Releasing a new version of the exam ensures that CompTIA A+ reflects
    >> changes in technologies and covers the latest skills needed by IT
    >> technicians. Additionally, CompTIA A+ is ISO 17024 accredited and
    >> must be reviewed and updated every three years to maintain
    >> accreditation."
    >>
    >> "The A+ hasnít been updated 2006, a long time in IT years. Because of
    >> that, CompTIA has done a complete refresh of the A+. Hereís what you
    >> need to know about the brand-new A+ certification."

    >
    > Which as long as you've been, working on computers, troubleshooting,
    > etc, like I've always done. lol! since before certification, thanks, I'm
    > not suffering from "old skills" as you tried to slime me with. I can
    > still walk the dog on your IT dept, anyday.
    >
    > Also, I did my test in 2000; but I've always remained consistent and
    > updated. I didn't leave the computer store I worked at until well until
    > 2008; when I was hired on with Malwarebytes. So I'm still very
    > technically proficient thanks.
    >
    > Jax, you do know I do service calls and have a decent client list right?
    > I don't just do electrical apprenticeship. [g]


    Dustin I see 2000 was big year for you. You passed your tech exams and
    wrote a virus. Has it been downhill since then?

    It seems reasonable that CompTIA need to check if people are still up to
    date because activities like fitting solar panels doesn't really count.

    Jax
    --
    Bear Bottoms
    http://bearware.info

    xcopied other ngs

  2. #2
    SeaNymph Guest

    Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

    On 12/8/2012 12:21 PM, Bear wrote:
    > Dustin <die.spammers.die@nospam.nothanks.com> wrote in
    > news:XnsA122EE33D71BEB7Z317AGDTEHHI8AJ283@no:
    >
    >> Bear <removebear.bottoms1@gmail.com> wrote in
    >> news:XnsA122F08C1BF9Ebearbottoms1gmail.AC@130.225. 254.104:
    >>
    >>> Eagle <deagle01@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>> news:mn.3ba27dcc4fada45a.128701@gmail.com:
    >>>
    >>>> After serious thinking Bear wrote :
    >>>>> Eagle <deagle01@gmail.com> wrote in news:mn.3b247dcc1fec2290.128701
    >>>>> @gmail.com:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> on 12/6/2012, G. Morgan supposed :
    >>>>>>> Dustin wrote:
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> I just checked my email.. I'm one of those sorry *******s who's
    >>>>>>>> CompTIA A+ certified "for life". This doesn't seem to be cool
    >>>>>>>> with them anymore...
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> I didn't think that "grandfather" clause would last forever.
    >>>>>>> When you took the test it probably asked a bunch of stupid
    >>>>>>> questions about parallel ports and modem UARTs.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> I think anyone hiring today for a A+ technician would prefer a
    >>>>>>> current one anyway, not one earned a decade or more ago - all that
    >>>>>>> is mostly irrelevant now.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> How long is that A+ ticket good for? Is it worth lighting a fire
    >>>>>> with?
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Technology moves quickly. You can be out of date in 5 years. Who
    >>>>> wants a tech with old skills?
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Jax
    >>>>
    >>>> Do you have any info regarding the A+ tech ticket?
    >>>
    >>> I read these......
    >>>
    >>> "Why A New Exam? The CompTIA A+ exam was last updated in 2006.
    >>> Releasing a new version of the exam ensures that CompTIA A+ reflects
    >>> changes in technologies and covers the latest skills needed by IT
    >>> technicians. Additionally, CompTIA A+ is ISO 17024 accredited and
    >>> must be reviewed and updated every three years to maintain
    >>> accreditation."
    >>>
    >>> "The A+ hasnít been updated 2006, a long time in IT years. Because of
    >>> that, CompTIA has done a complete refresh of the A+. Hereís what you
    >>> need to know about the brand-new A+ certification."

    >>
    >> Which as long as you've been, working on computers, troubleshooting,
    >> etc, like I've always done. lol! since before certification, thanks, I'm
    >> not suffering from "old skills" as you tried to slime me with. I can
    >> still walk the dog on your IT dept, anyday.
    >>
    >> Also, I did my test in 2000; but I've always remained consistent and
    >> updated. I didn't leave the computer store I worked at until well until
    >> 2008; when I was hired on with Malwarebytes. So I'm still very
    >> technically proficient thanks.
    >>
    >> Jax, you do know I do service calls and have a decent client list right?
    >> I don't just do electrical apprenticeship. [g]

    >
    > Dustin I see 2000 was big year for you. You passed your tech exams and
    > wrote a virus. Has it been downhill since then?


    Since you seem to constantly be headed on a downward spiral, it seems
    obvious you never made it to the top of the hill. Too bad, probably
    sucks to be you


  3. #3
    Johann Sebastian Drosselmeyer Guest

    Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

    On Dec 8, 10:21*am, Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Dustin <die.spammers....@nospam.nothanks.com> wrote innews:XnsA122EE33D71BEB7Z317AGDTEHHI8AJ283@no:>
    > > Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote in
    > >news:XnsA122F08C1BF9Ebearbottoms1gmail.AC@130.225 .254.104:

    >
    > >> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in
    > >>news:mn.3ba27dcc4fada45a.128701@gmail.com:

    >
    > >>> After serious thinking Bear wrote :
    > >>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in news:mn.3b247dcc1fec2290.128701
    > >>>> @gmail.com:

    >
    > >>>>> on 12/6/2012, G. Morgan supposed :
    > >>>>>> Dustin wrote:

    >
    > >>>>>>> I just checked my email.. I'm one of those sorry *******s who's
    > >>>>>>> CompTIA A+ certified "for life". This doesn't seem to be cool
    > >>>>>>> with them *anymore...

    >
    > >>>>>> I didn't think that "grandfather" clause would last forever.
    > >>>>>> When you took the test it probably asked a bunch of stupid
    > >>>>>> questions about parallel ports and modem UARTs.

    >
    > >>>>>> I think anyone hiring today for a A+ technician would prefer a
    > >>>>>> current one anyway, not one earned a decade or more ago - all that
    > >>>>>> is mostly irrelevant now.

    >
    > >>>>> How long is that A+ ticket good for? Is it worth lighting a fire
    > >>>>> with?

    >
    > >>>> Technology moves quickly. You can be out of date in 5 years. Who
    > >>>> wants a tech with old skills?

    >
    > >>>> Jax

    >
    > >>> Do you have any info regarding the A+ tech ticket?

    >
    > >> I read these......

    >
    > >> "Why A New Exam? The CompTIA A+ exam was last updated in 2006.
    > >> Releasing a new version of the exam ensures that CompTIA A+ reflects
    > >> changes in technologies and covers the latest skills needed by IT
    > >> technicians. Additionally, CompTIA A+ is ISO 17024 accredited and
    > >> must be reviewed and updated every three years to maintain
    > >> accreditation."

    >
    > >> "The A+ hasn t been updated 2006, a long time in IT years. Because of
    > >> that, CompTIA has done a complete refresh of the A+. Here s what you
    > >> need to know about the brand-new A+ certification."

    >
    > > Which as long as you've been, working on computers, troubleshooting,
    > > etc, like I've always done. lol! since before certification, thanks, I'm
    > > not suffering from "old skills" as you tried to slime me with. I can
    > > still walk the dog on your IT dept, anyday.

    >
    > > Also, I did my test in 2000; but I've always remained consistent and
    > > updated. I didn't leave the computer store I worked at until well until
    > > 2008; when I was hired on with Malwarebytes. So I'm still very
    > > technically proficient thanks.

    >
    > > Jax, you do know I do service calls and have a decent client list right?
    > > I don't just do electrical apprenticeship. [g]

    >
    > Dustin I see 2000 was big year for you. You passed your tech exams and
    > wrote a virus. Has it been downhill since then?
    >
    > It seems reasonable that CompTIA need to check if people are still up to
    > date because activities like fitting solar panels doesn't really count.
    >
    > Jax
    > --
    > Bear Bottomshttp://bearware.info
    >
    > xcopied other ngs


    *****, SINCE YOUR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY IS WALKING THE STREETS SELLING
    SKIN, I AM NOT SURE, BUT IT SURE LOOKS LIKE DUSTIN, WARTS AND ALL, IS
    ABOVE YOUR PAY GRADE. INSUBORDINATION IS CAUSE FOR CONDIGN
    DENIGRATION AND FLAMES. DO YOU REQUIRE THE BROWN SHIRTS TO
    DEMONSTRATE TO YOU WHAT IS POSSIBLE WHEN THE NSDAP GETS RILED? NO
    ANSWER MEANS YOU DESIRE A DEMONSTRATION BECAUSE NO ANSWER IS AGREEMENT
    IN ENGLISH COMMON LAW, OUR AMERICAN LAW. THINK HARD BEFORE YOU IGNORE
    THIS CHALLENGE.

  4. #4
    Eagle Guest

    Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

    After serious thinking Johann Sebastian Drosselmeyer wrote :
    > On Dec 8, 10:21*am, Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> Dustin <die.spammers....@nospam.nothanks.com> wrote
    >> innews:XnsA122EE33D71BEB7Z317AGDTEHHI8AJ283@no:>
    >>> Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>> news:XnsA122F08C1BF9Ebearbottoms1gmail.AC@130.225. 254.104:
    >>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>>> news:mn.3ba27dcc4fada45a.128701@gmail.com:
    >>>>> After serious thinking Bear wrote :
    >>>>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in news:mn.3b247dcc1fec2290.128701
    >>>>>> @gmail.com:

    >>
    >>>>>>> on 12/6/2012, G. Morgan supposed :
    >>>>>>>> Dustin wrote:

    >>
    >>>>>>>>> I just checked my email.. I'm one of those sorry *******s who's
    >>>>>>>>> CompTIA A+ certified "for life". This doesn't seem to be cool
    >>>>>>>>> with them *anymore...

    >>
    >>>>>>>> I didn't think that "grandfather" clause would last forever.
    >>>>>>>> When you took the test it probably asked a bunch of stupid
    >>>>>>>> questions about parallel ports and modem UARTs.
    >>>>>>>> I think anyone hiring today for a A+ technician would prefer a
    >>>>>>>> current one anyway, not one earned a decade or more ago - all that
    >>>>>>>> is mostly irrelevant now.

    >>
    >>>>>>> How long is that A+ ticket good for? Is it worth lighting a fire
    >>>>>>> with?

    >>
    >>>>>> Technology moves quickly. You can be out of date in 5 years. Who
    >>>>>> wants a tech with old skills?

    >>
    >>>>>> Jax

    >>
    >>>>> Do you have any info regarding the A+ tech ticket?
    >>>> I read these......

    >>
    >>>> "Why A New Exam? The CompTIA A+ exam was last updated in 2006.
    >>>> Releasing a new version of the exam ensures that CompTIA A+ reflects
    >>>> changes in technologies and covers the latest skills needed by IT
    >>>> technicians. Additionally, CompTIA A+ is ISO 17024 accredited and
    >>>> must be reviewed and updated every three years to maintain
    >>>> accreditation."

    >>
    >>>> "The A+ hasn t been updated 2006, a long time in IT years. Because of
    >>>> that, CompTIA has done a complete refresh of the A+. Here s what you
    >>>> need to know about the brand-new A+ certification."
    >>> Which as long as you've been, working on computers, troubleshooting,
    >>> etc, like I've always done. lol! since before certification, thanks, I'm
    >>> not suffering from "old skills" as you tried to slime me with. I can
    >>> still walk the dog on your IT dept, anyday.
    >>> Also, I did my test in 2000; but I've always remained consistent and
    >>> updated. I didn't leave the computer store I worked at until well until
    >>> 2008; when I was hired on with Malwarebytes. So I'm still very
    >>> technically proficient thanks.

    >>
    >>> Jax, you do know I do service calls and have a decent client list right?
    >>> I don't just do electrical apprenticeship. [g]

    >>
    >> Dustin I see 2000 was big year for you. You passed your tech exams and
    >> wrote a virus. Has it been downhill since then?
    >>
    >> It seems reasonable that CompTIA need to check if people are still up to
    >> date because activities like fitting solar panels doesn't really count.
    >>
    >> Jax
    >> --
    >> Bear Bottomshttp://bearware.info
    >>
    >> xcopied other ngs

    >
    > *****, SINCE YOUR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY IS WALKING THE STREETS SELLING
    > SKIN, I AM NOT SURE, BUT IT SURE LOOKS LIKE DUSTIN, WARTS AND ALL, IS
    > ABOVE YOUR PAY GRADE. INSUBORDINATION IS CAUSE FOR CONDIGN
    > DENIGRATION AND FLAMES. DO YOU REQUIRE THE BROWN SHIRTS TO
    > DEMONSTRATE TO YOU WHAT IS POSSIBLE WHEN THE NSDAP GETS RILED? NO
    > ANSWER MEANS YOU DESIRE A DEMONSTRATION BECAUSE NO ANSWER IS AGREEMENT
    > IN ENGLISH COMMON LAW, OUR AMERICAN LAW. THINK HARD BEFORE YOU IGNORE
    > THIS CHALLENGE.


    Why are you yelling?

    --
    Eagle
    It does not require many words to speak the truth.
    Chief Joseph



  5. #5
    Bear Guest

    Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

    Eagle <deagle01@gmail.com> wrote in
    news:mn.43247dccb0fd8c68.128701@gmail.com:

    > After serious thinking Johann Sebastian Drosselmeyer wrote :
    >> On Dec 8, 10:21*am, Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>> Dustin <die.spammers....@nospam.nothanks.com> wrote
    >>> innews:XnsA122EE33D71BEB7Z317AGDTEHHI8AJ283@no:>
    >>>> Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>>> news:XnsA122F08C1BF9Ebearbottoms1gmail.AC@130.225. 254.104:
    >>>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>>>> news:mn.3ba27dcc4fada45a.128701@gmail.com:
    >>>>>> After serious thinking Bear wrote :
    >>>>>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>>>>>> news:mn.3b247dcc1fec2290.128701 @gmail.com:
    >>>
    >>>>>>>> on 12/6/2012, G. Morgan supposed :
    >>>>>>>>> Dustin wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>>>>>>> I just checked my email.. I'm one of those sorry *******s who's
    >>>>>>>>>> CompTIA A+ certified "for life". This doesn't seem to be cool
    >>>>>>>>>> with them *anymore...
    >>>
    >>>>>>>>> I didn't think that "grandfather" clause would last forever.
    >>>>>>>>> When you took the test it probably asked a bunch of stupid
    >>>>>>>>> questions about parallel ports and modem UARTs.
    >>>>>>>>> I think anyone hiring today for a A+ technician would prefer a
    >>>>>>>>> current one anyway, not one earned a decade or more ago - all
    >>>>>>>>> that is mostly irrelevant now.
    >>>
    >>>>>>>> How long is that A+ ticket good for? Is it worth lighting a fire
    >>>>>>>> with?
    >>>
    >>>>>>> Technology moves quickly. You can be out of date in 5 years. Who
    >>>>>>> wants a tech with old skills?
    >>>
    >>>>>>> Jax
    >>>
    >>>>>> Do you have any info regarding the A+ tech ticket? I read
    >>>>>> these......
    >>>
    >>>>> "Why A New Exam? The CompTIA A+ exam was last updated in 2006.
    >>>>> Releasing a new version of the exam ensures that CompTIA A+ reflects
    >>>>> changes in technologies and covers the latest skills needed by IT
    >>>>> technicians. Additionally, CompTIA A+ is ISO 17024 accredited and
    >>>>> must be reviewed and updated every three years to maintain
    >>>>> accreditation."
    >>>
    >>>>> "The A+ hasn t been updated 2006, a long time in IT years. Because
    >>>>> of that, CompTIA has done a complete refresh of the A+. Here s what
    >>>>> you need to know about the brand-new A+ certification."
    >>>> Which as long as you've been, working on computers, troubleshooting,
    >>>> etc, like I've always done. lol! since before certification, thanks,
    >>>> I'm not suffering from "old skills" as you tried to slime me with. I
    >>>> can still walk the dog on your IT dept, anyday.
    >>>> Also, I did my test in 2000; but I've always remained consistent and
    >>>> updated. I didn't leave the computer store I worked at until well
    >>>> until 2008; when I was hired on with Malwarebytes. So I'm still very
    >>>> technically proficient thanks.
    >>>
    >>>> Jax, you do know I do service calls and have a decent client list
    >>>> right? I don't just do electrical apprenticeship. [g]
    >>>
    >>> Dustin I see 2000 was big year for you. You passed your tech exams and
    >>> wrote a virus. Has it been downhill since then?
    >>>
    >>> It seems reasonable that CompTIA need to check if people are still up
    >>> to date because activities like fitting solar panels doesn't really
    >>> count.
    >>>
    >>> Jax
    >>> --
    >>> Bear Bottomshttp://bearware.info
    >>>
    >>> xcopied other ngs

    >>
    >> *****, SINCE YOUR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY IS WALKING THE STREETS SELLING
    >> SKIN, I AM NOT SURE, BUT IT SURE LOOKS LIKE DUSTIN, WARTS AND ALL, IS
    >> ABOVE YOUR PAY GRADE. INSUBORDINATION IS CAUSE FOR CONDIGN
    >> DENIGRATION AND FLAMES. DO YOU REQUIRE THE BROWN SHIRTS TO
    >> DEMONSTRATE TO YOU WHAT IS POSSIBLE WHEN THE NSDAP GETS RILED? NO
    >> ANSWER MEANS YOU DESIRE A DEMONSTRATION BECAUSE NO ANSWER IS AGREEMENT
    >> IN ENGLISH COMMON LAW, OUR AMERICAN LAW. THINK HARD BEFORE YOU IGNORE
    >> THIS CHALLENGE.

    >
    > Why are you yelling?


    Eagle that is Haby the Haberdasher. He's a most learned bulwark of a.c.f
    and smarter by far than Dustin. Confusing to those who cannot untangle his
    double entendres. He accepts no master. All but Pooh Cat are fair game!

    Jax
    --
    Bear Bottoms
    http://bearware.info

  6. #6
    Eagle Guest

    Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

    Bear was thinking very hard :
    > Eagle <deagle01@gmail.com> wrote in
    > news:mn.43247dccb0fd8c68.128701@gmail.com:
    >
    >> After serious thinking Johann Sebastian Drosselmeyer wrote :
    >>> On Dec 8, 10:21*am, Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>>> Dustin <die.spammers....@nospam.nothanks.com> wrote
    >>>> innews:XnsA122EE33D71BEB7Z317AGDTEHHI8AJ283@no:>
    >>>>> Bear <removebear.botto...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>>>> news:XnsA122F08C1BF9Ebearbottoms1gmail.AC@130.225. 254.104:
    >>>>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>>>>> news:mn.3ba27dcc4fada45a.128701@gmail.com:
    >>>>>>> After serious thinking Bear wrote :
    >>>>>>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in
    >>>>>>>> news:mn.3b247dcc1fec2290.128701 @gmail.com:
    >>>>>>>>> on 12/6/2012, G. Morgan supposed :
    >>>>>>>>>> Dustin wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>>>>>>> I just checked my email.. I'm one of those sorry *******s who's
    >>>>>>>>>>> CompTIA A+ certified "for life". This doesn't seem to be cool
    >>>>>>>>>>> with them *anymore...
    >>>>
    >>>>>>>>>> I didn't think that "grandfather" clause would last forever.
    >>>>>>>>>> When you took the test it probably asked a bunch of stupid
    >>>>>>>>>> questions about parallel ports and modem UARTs.
    >>>>>>>>>> I think anyone hiring today for a A+ technician would prefer a
    >>>>>>>>>> current one anyway, not one earned a decade or more ago - all
    >>>>>>>>>> that is mostly irrelevant now.
    >>>>>>>>> How long is that A+ ticket good for? Is it worth lighting a fire
    >>>>>>>>> with?
    >>>>
    >>>>>>>> Technology moves quickly. You can be out of date in 5 years. Who
    >>>>>>>> wants a tech with old skills?
    >>>>>>>> Jax
    >>>>
    >>>>>>> Do you have any info regarding the A+ tech ticket? I read
    >>>>>>> these......
    >>>>
    >>>>>> "Why A New Exam? The CompTIA A+ exam was last updated in 2006.
    >>>>>> Releasing a new version of the exam ensures that CompTIA A+ reflects
    >>>>>> changes in technologies and covers the latest skills needed by IT
    >>>>>> technicians. Additionally, CompTIA A+ is ISO 17024 accredited and
    >>>>>> must be reviewed and updated every three years to maintain
    >>>>>> accreditation."
    >>>>
    >>>>>> "The A+ hasn t been updated 2006, a long time in IT years. Because
    >>>>>> of that, CompTIA has done a complete refresh of the A+. Here s what
    >>>>>> you need to know about the brand-new A+ certification."
    >>>>> Which as long as you've been, working on computers, troubleshooting,
    >>>>> etc, like I've always done. lol! since before certification, thanks,
    >>>>> I'm not suffering from "old skills" as you tried to slime me with. I
    >>>>> can still walk the dog on your IT dept, anyday.
    >>>>> Also, I did my test in 2000; but I've always remained consistent and
    >>>>> updated. I didn't leave the computer store I worked at until well
    >>>>> until 2008; when I was hired on with Malwarebytes. So I'm still very
    >>>>> technically proficient thanks.
    >>>>
    >>>>> Jax, you do know I do service calls and have a decent client list
    >>>>> right? I don't just do electrical apprenticeship. [g]
    >>>>
    >>>> Dustin I see 2000 was big year for you. You passed your tech exams and
    >>>> wrote a virus. Has it been downhill since then?
    >>>>
    >>>> It seems reasonable that CompTIA need to check if people are still up
    >>>> to date because activities like fitting solar panels doesn't really
    >>>> count.
    >>>>
    >>>> Jax
    >>>> --
    >>>> Bear Bottomshttp://bearware.info
    >>>>
    >>>> xcopied other ngs
    >>>
    >>> *****, SINCE YOUR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY IS WALKING THE STREETS SELLING
    >>> SKIN, I AM NOT SURE, BUT IT SURE LOOKS LIKE DUSTIN, WARTS AND ALL, IS
    >>> ABOVE YOUR PAY GRADE. INSUBORDINATION IS CAUSE FOR CONDIGN
    >>> DENIGRATION AND FLAMES. DO YOU REQUIRE THE BROWN SHIRTS TO
    >>> DEMONSTRATE TO YOU WHAT IS POSSIBLE WHEN THE NSDAP GETS RILED? NO
    >>> ANSWER MEANS YOU DESIRE A DEMONSTRATION BECAUSE NO ANSWER IS AGREEMENT
    >>> IN ENGLISH COMMON LAW, OUR AMERICAN LAW. THINK HARD BEFORE YOU IGNORE
    >>> THIS CHALLENGE.

    >>
    >> Why are you yelling?

    >
    > Eagle that is Haby the Haberdasher. He's a most learned bulwark of a.c.f
    > and smarter by far than Dustin. Confusing to those who cannot untangle his
    > double entendres. He accepts no master. All but Pooh Cat are fair game!
    >
    > Jax


    Oh. ^_^

    --
    Eagle
    It does not require many words to speak the truth.
    Chief Joseph



  7. #7
    Dustin Guest

    Re: CompTIA.. hurtin for cash?

    Bear <removebear.bottoms1@gmail.com> wrote in
    news:XnsA123E6E6C5C23bearbottoms1gmail.AC@130.225. 254.104:

    > Eagle that is Haby the Haberdasher. He's a most learned bulwark of
    > a.c.f and smarter by far than Dustin. Confusing to those who cannot


    Jealous that you AND your husband can't hold a candle to me huh? How
    embarrasing it must be for you both.


    --
    Notice: Changing the toilet paper roll does not cause brain damage.

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