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Date: 08 Jul 2007 06:10:10
From: spudz
Subject: World's First Healthy Coffee
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Date: 11 Jul 2007 20:09:24
From:
Subject: Re: World's First Healthy Coffee
On Jul 8, 2:10 am, spudz <myganocof...@cox.net > wrote:
> www.myganocoffee.net
>
> Healthy Coffee
165 Antioxidants - Anti Aging
> www.myganocoffee.net

Anti Aging .... So THATS the secret potion that the guy in the
Twilight Zone drank to live forever.

Len


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Date: 12 Jul 2007 03:47:43
From: WindsorFox
Subject: Re: World's First Healthy Coffee
admin@coffeeroastersclub.com wrote:
> On Jul 8, 2:10 am, spudz <myganocof...@cox.net> wrote:
>> www.myganocoffee.net
>>
>> Healthy Coffee
> 165 Antioxidants - Anti Aging
>> www.myganocoffee.net
>
> Anti Aging .... So THATS the secret potion that the guy in the
> Twilight Zone drank to live forever.
>
> Len

Ugh, it's a .biz site and we all know only spammers and scammers use
.biz domains.

--
To be clear on that last one, I would rather irradiate myself
with a radioactive cobalt cockring than have even three point
seven seconds of sexytime with Pamela Anderson. - Flaming Poultice


 
Date: 08 Jul 2007 19:26:44
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: World's First Healthy Coffee
On Jul 8, 12:21 pm, "Bertie Doe" <montebrasi...@ntl.com > wrote:
> "spudz" wrote in message
>
> Lower Caffeine - Better Energy Boost, No Jittery Nerves or Insomnia
> =B7
> Improves Memory and Mental Clarity
> =B7
> Improves mental clarity? but only a madman would spam a newsgroup and risk
> their account being pulled. Stop drinking this stuff spudz before it's too
> late.

Recall some recent research, Tampa, if I'm not mistaken, on benefits
from coffee substances in cases of Alzheimer's. Made the syndicated
feeds, in any event. Anything for a buck, as for the rest. Nothing is
pulled by Google. Appears to be rash of Indian spam bloggers that
operate with impunity in a few lightly trafficked groups I frequent.
Other than having bought the rights to store the Usenet, I can't see
much evidence Google intends to maintain it in working order apart
from flagrant abuses. A shame, really.



  
Date: 13 Jul 2007 18:40:36
From: Scott Sellers
Subject: Re: World's First Healthy Coffee
Flasherly <gjerrell@ij.net >:
>On Jul 8, 12:21 pm, "Bertie Doe" <montebrasi...@ntl.com> wrote:
>> "spudz" wrote in message
>>
>> Lower Caffeine - Better Energy Boost, No Jittery Nerves or
>> Insomnia Improves Memory and Mental Clarity Improves
>> mental clarity? but only a madman would spam a newsgroup and
>> risk their account being pulled. Stop drinking this stuff
>> spudz before it's too late.

>Recall some recent research, Tampa, if I'm not mistaken, on
>benefits from coffee substances in cases of Alzheimer's. Made
>the syndicated feeds, in any event. Anything for a buck, as for
>the rest. Nothing is pulled by Google. Appears to be rash of
>Indian spam bloggers that operate with impunity in a few lightly
>trafficked groups I frequent. Other than having bought the
>rights to store the Usenet, I can't see much evidence Google
>intends to maintain it in working order apart from flagrant
>abuses. A shame, really.

Who did google buy these "rights" from? Anyone (with enough
server space) can store usenet. Google bought out the deja.com
(dejanews) usenet archive some time ago, but that's different.

By all means, google should police users posting to usenet
through google groups. Just like any ISP should police those
posting through their servers. It would be a sorry day indeed if
google, or any entity, gained "rights" to police/control usenet
itself.

cheers,
Scott S

--
Scott Sellers


 
Date: 08 Jul 2007 17:21:50
From: Bertie Doe
Subject: Re: World's First Healthy Coffee

"spudz" wrote in message

Lower Caffeine - Better Energy Boost, No Jittery Nerves or Insomnia

Improves Memory and Mental Clarity

Improves mental clarity? but only a madman would spam a newsgroup and risk
their account being pulled. Stop drinking this stuff spudz before it's too
late.

Bertie "suspects potato blight's the culprit" Doe