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FOTW Our recent item, Win-XP kills Verizon DSL, has attracted over two hundred notes of appreciation and solidarity, and one flame. That's right, only one; but it just doesn't get any better than this:

Return-Path: [tou4you2000@yahoo.com] Received: from web21307.mail.yahoo.com (web21307.mail.yahoo.com [216.136.128.232]) by sys3.cambridge.uk.psi.net (8.9.1/8.9.1) with SMTP id BAA05406 for [thomas.greene@theregister.co.uk]; Wed, 13 Mar 2002 01:54:03 GMT

Did you reread your article. Those techs raped your stupid mind good. I work in tech support(not for verizon). Your article made me want to stick a pencil in your eye and bring it out your ass. You dumb ass. How is it WinXP when you state you and a problem browsing in XP and Linux. Dumb ass. Did you do the research yourself. Oh my god, I and any technical person that read the article probably is laughing at you or wants to kick you ass. You show the true stupidity of a customer. I hate my job sometimes because of people like you. If they don't provide you with a modem why in the hell do you think they should support it. If you go to a store and buy a cell phone from verizon and something goes wrong, are you going to call sprint and complain. You, you dumb ass. Do you have a job with computers. Did you follow a flow chart to be so stupid. You stupid fuck. If you lie, which they probably knew, dumb ass you get fucked. Remember a good tech reads the notes the others left. That's why they gave you that lame reas
on. Tech support does not have any contact with the Network techs directly. You actually fell into a pile of shit. I'm sorry your so ignorant. It's not your fault, I'm sure your mom raised you right. No, I'm sure her dumb ass calls in too. If you still have a problem and thinks WinXP does not work with DSL, well I'm laughing at you now. Ha, ha. There hundreds of people using XP with DSL, oh ya not just verison uses the speed stream, and they are working. Dumb ass. I hope your idot tendencies do not reflect your lame life. On the serious note, if you have a problem with the modem you have I would suggest power cycling your modem. Or just try theirs you idiot. If it is your line they would be glad to say it's their issue. Please for the love of tech support, do it. ******Oh your stupid fuck.

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