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From: "jpzr" <jpzr@WirelessSoftware.info<
To: <andrew.orlowski@theregister.co.uk>
Subject: Beth Goza
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 23:29:13 +0300
X-Priority: 3

Andrew,

you have exaggerated by making "fun" of Beth Goza's weblog! if you will not apologize her publicly (in the www.theregister.co.uk ) and admit publicly that you was wrong,

then I will publish negative information about you at http://WirelessSoftware.info and I will ensure that it will be apppearing at FIRST PLACE in Google.com after typing "Andrew Orlowski" and clicking search!

* * *

I know that you are blind hater of Microsoft but getting personal with Beth - that's I don't like and I will not accept. I know also that you don't like weblogs. But, but, but: criticize Microsoft and weblogs at will but leave Beth Goza alone for God's sake!

I am also pissed off that you - an American of Polish origins (I am regular Pole from Poland that happens to live in Finland at this moment) are making bad fame for Polish people in general (your family name is clearly Polish)...

So, either apologize her publicly or I will counter-attack you in cyberspace!

Respectfully,
Jacek Rutkowski (jpzr).

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