Sun, Nov 5, 2006, 6:37am (EST+5) email@example.com (Bill) did burble:
JOAT ... it's presently 1:33 am EDT on Nov. 5 and the question marks are
still there / back.
And just exactly what part of:
"Any bitching about mis-spelled words, links not working, or anything
else, and I may immediately change the link, thus denying access."
on my page did you not understand? It's about 10:30 AM here now, the
link has not been, and will not be changed. Any more remarks about the
questions marks, which were not, and will not be, removed, and I'll
change the link, then you won't have to worry about it.
This is just the type of thing that made me change the links to the
rest of my web pages. I work to find links for myself, and sometime
that takes a lot of work. What I post on rec.woodworking is
side-effects and I seldom save those. So, you might say I'm not
genuinely appreciative when someone whines about a bad link on one of my
web pages, and expects "me" to change it, or find another, for "their"
benefit. Those people probably still believe in the Tooth Fairy too.
To put it politely, I didn't make any changes to the @#$in' links
and I'm not about to. I'll leave the page up, for now; at least until I
post pictures of the finish. Then I'll probably leave it up for a week
or two, and chang it later, or until I get someone with more comments on
the links, whichever comes first.. Yeah, I know, it's a real hoot to
say something - but then when I change the link, it cuts "everyone" off,
not just you. That's happened before.
If you're not making a rocket, it ain't rocket science.