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FoTW Some flames have it all. Gobs of questionable spelling, heaps of distressing capitalization and a general incoherence that makes them works of art. This Flame of the Week doesn't quite meet all of our traditional, exacting standards. It does, however, have a phenomenal accusatory streak beyond any other letter received in recent days.

Regular readers will be particularly amused by the charges that The Register hides behind a feeble content management system and never provides any feedback on its stories.

Off we go.

RE:Is Google DRM crippling culture as great as it seems?

You guys are full of shit. why don't the whole register site just get a life. Is it because you can't write as good articles as google news finds for people, or is is t beacuse you are jealous of the money google makes?

you guys are pretty lame to write all this and fill all of your page with google ads, what are you trying to prove? That you are against it but you still like the money you get from it?

who is corrupted now?

and I am writing about the recent articles in the whole register site, in addition to yours.

a. j

It took a. j all of one minute and 45 seconds to decide that he had not quite said enough on the matter. Enter the second e-mail.

no wonder you don't have a 'response' or 'writeback' feature for your articles. That's what's letting you be so stupid. why don't you let everyone see what everyone writes? are you ashamed of what people might see?

or is your IT technically insufficient in doing that feature?

a. j

We suggest that you all turn away from this page so we can go on being so stupid. ®

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