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Date: 12 May 2007 07:16:38
From: Randy G.
Subject: possibly dangerous MugPlug and the spammer who keeps reposting his msgs.
This spammer continues to post his messages concerning this
questionable device in alt.coffee. It appears to be a solution that
has the potential to cause more problems than it solves:

mikebus30@msn.com wrote:

>> >thank you for your forum on coffee lots of great comments. i will
>> >however listen to the critics and offer anyone from alt free shipping
>> >if you order the mugplug. and steve we received your order thank you.
>>
>> > http://mandyscustomworkshop.com/mugplug.html


If you are a coffee shop I suggest giving this solution serious
consideration. I actually saw it in use at the Long Beach SCAA show
and it really does work!
http://www.thehottopper.com
More effective, easier to use, and safer (all IMO).
[I have no personal stake, interest, nor benefit from this]
[No connection to Chang Yue nor Hottop USA]


MugPlug Spammer continued to spam the group with:
>
>you have not orderd our mugplug dont knock it until you tried it. tks


I will not try it for the following reasons:
1) Your repeated spamming of this non-commercial newsgroup.
2) The inherent danger of a device that has the potential of pulling
off the lid covering a cup of very hot liquid. if used in a vehicle
you would have to take your eyes off the road to operate it, and some
would be tempted to use two hands to operate it making for a VERY
dangerous situation. As a motorcycle rider I personally find this
unacceptable.
3) the unsanitary nature of something that is repeatedly removed and
then replaced into a cup of liquid meant for consumption.
4) your removal of your posts from Google so that the messages do not
show up over a long term. That is why I am re-posting this so that
when someone wants to sue you for injuries suffered from the use of
your device they can use this pre-knowledge against you.

I warned you before that this thing is dangerous. I am doing it again.
If a lid is of a poor fit or maybe not 100% tight on the cup, the
pulling of the "leash" on your device can easily remove the lid
causing a burn danger. If the leash is accidentally caught on a button
or snap it can also accidentally and unexpectedly pull the lid off.


Randy "likes neither first nor second degree burns" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com







 
Date: 13 May 2007 12:37:32
From: Dave b
Subject: Re: possibly dangerous MugPlug and the spammer who keeps reposting his msgs.
On May 12, 1:50 pm, "theothe...@gmail.com" <theothe...@gmail.com >
wrote:
> On May 12, 7:16 am, Randy G. <f...@DESPAMMOcncnet.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > This spammer continues to post his messages concerning this
> > questionable device in alt.coffee. It appears to be a solution that
> > has the potential to cause more problems than it solves:
>
> > mikebu...@msn.com wrote:
> > >> >thank you for your forum on coffee lots of great comments. i will
> > >> >however listen to the critics and offer anyone from alt free shipping
> > >> >if you order the mugplug. and steve we received your order thank you.
>
> > >> > http://mandyscustomworkshop.com/mugplug.html
>
> > If you are a coffee shop I suggest giving this solution serious
> > consideration. I actually saw it in use at the Long Beach SCAA show
> > and it really does work!
> > http://www.thehottopper.com
> > More effective, easier to use, and safer (all IMO).
> > [I have no personal stake, interest, nor benefit from this]
> > [No connection to Chang Yue nor Hottop USA]
>
> > MugPlug Spammer continued to spam the group with:
>
> > >you have not orderd our mugplug dont knock it until you tried it. tks
>
> > I will not try it for the following reasons:
> > 1) Your repeated spamming of this non-commercial newsgroup.
> > 2) The inherent danger of a device that has the potential of pulling
> > off the lid covering a cup of very hot liquid. if used in a vehicle
> > you would have to take your eyes off the road to operate it, and some
> > would be tempted to use two hands to operate it making for a VERY
> > dangerous situation. As a motorcycle rider I personally find this
> > unacceptable.
> > 3) the unsanitary nature of something that is repeatedly removed and
> > then replaced into a cup of liquid meant for consumption.
> > 4) your removal of your posts from Google so that the messages do not
> > show up over a long term. That is why I am re-posting this so that
> > when someone wants to sue you for injuries suffered from the use of
> > your device they can use this pre-knowledge against you.
>
> > I warned you before that this thing is dangerous. I am doing it again.
> > If a lid is of a poor fit or maybe not 100% tight on the cup, the
> > pulling of the "leash" on your device can easily remove the lid
> > causing a burn danger. If the leash is accidentally caught on a button
> > or snap it can also accidentally and unexpectedly pull the lid off.
>
> > Randy "likes neither first nor second degree burns" G.
> > http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com
>
> Randy,
> Thanks for being the advocate here. It's not what you say it's how you
> say it that makes the difference.
> JoeR

rg: product and internet 'cop'



 
Date: 12 May 2007 10:50:37
From: theotherjo@gmail.com
Subject: Re: possibly dangerous MugPlug and the spammer who keeps reposting his msgs.
On May 12, 7:16 am, Randy G. <f...@DESPAMMOcncnet.com > wrote:
> This spammer continues to post his messages concerning this
> questionable device in alt.coffee. It appears to be a solution that
> has the potential to cause more problems than it solves:
>
> mikebu...@msn.com wrote:
> >> >thank you for your forum on coffee lots of great comments. i will
> >> >however listen to the critics and offer anyone from alt free shipping
> >> >if you order the mugplug. and steve we received your order thank you.
>
> >> > http://mandyscustomworkshop.com/mugplug.html
>
> If you are a coffee shop I suggest giving this solution serious
> consideration. I actually saw it in use at the Long Beach SCAA show
> and it really does work!
> http://www.thehottopper.com
> More effective, easier to use, and safer (all IMO).
> [I have no personal stake, interest, nor benefit from this]
> [No connection to Chang Yue nor Hottop USA]
>
> MugPlug Spammer continued to spam the group with:
>
>
>
> >you have not orderd our mugplug dont knock it until you tried it. tks
>
> I will not try it for the following reasons:
> 1) Your repeated spamming of this non-commercial newsgroup.
> 2) The inherent danger of a device that has the potential of pulling
> off the lid covering a cup of very hot liquid. if used in a vehicle
> you would have to take your eyes off the road to operate it, and some
> would be tempted to use two hands to operate it making for a VERY
> dangerous situation. As a motorcycle rider I personally find this
> unacceptable.
> 3) the unsanitary nature of something that is repeatedly removed and
> then replaced into a cup of liquid meant for consumption.
> 4) your removal of your posts from Google so that the messages do not
> show up over a long term. That is why I am re-posting this so that
> when someone wants to sue you for injuries suffered from the use of
> your device they can use this pre-knowledge against you.
>
> I warned you before that this thing is dangerous. I am doing it again.
> If a lid is of a poor fit or maybe not 100% tight on the cup, the
> pulling of the "leash" on your device can easily remove the lid
> causing a burn danger. If the leash is accidentally caught on a button
> or snap it can also accidentally and unexpectedly pull the lid off.
>
> Randy "likes neither first nor second degree burns" G.
> http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com

Randy,
Thanks for being the advocate here. It's not what you say it's how you
say it that makes the difference.
JoeR