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Fred Abse
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 7:04 pm    Post subject: Re: NEED: These Toshiba Transistors Reply with quote

On Sat, 15 Jul 2006 14:04:22 -0400, Spehro Pefhany wrote:

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Without dung beetles, the world would be wallowing in excrement.

Whaddya mean - "would be" ?

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Barry & Nikki
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Joined: 19 May 2005
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 11:54 pm    Post subject: Re: NEED: These Toshiba Transistors Reply with quote

Yet another person who refuses to read for proper comprehension. I am not
expecting ANYTHING for free. I expect to pay I just don't want to pay the
HUGE shipping fees or have to purchase hundreds of these to meet a wholesale
distributors quota. How F'n hard is that to figure out. I am no different
than anyone else that comes here looking for help, other than it appears I
always attract people that do not have a proper reading comprehension
background and just read their own meanings into a posting just to get crap
flowing. It amazes me how one post can go into this. It use to be "We need
more info." "what do you need these for, how do you expect us to know here".
Well when specific part numbers are given that info. should not matter. Now
you find other crap to go on and on about and infer that I am the one with
the attitude. Damn right I get an attitude when people are so ignorant and
can not read the written English language. If you are not from the U.S. then
there is no need to reply being I stated shipping to the U.S. If purchased
outside the U.S. there goes shipping again. Arrive at logical conclusions
for once instead of showing your true education for everyone to read. I know
what's coming next .......That's how easy it is to figure small minded
people out. Go head continue... I'm here to listen and make you feel al
high and mighty.


"Michael A. Terrell" <mike.terrell@earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:44B9B95D.29D68D07@earthlink.net...
Quote:
Barry & Nikki wrote:

Piss poor attitude? People come here looking for help and get dung
beetles that infiltrate these groups telling them how the "correct" way
is
to go about getting a part/help.
Know how to Google? WTF..of course I did that first thing. I am
fully
aware you can purchase these at any given time; but I
was hoping that these groups were still here for one hobbyist to help
another by offering an item that they may have an extra 1-2 of and not
wanting to get rich off of shipping. Getting the item working that I
have is
not my major priority nor did I want to sink hundreds into it thus I
came
here being these parts are "*very* common parts that are available
pretty
much anywhere that sells
semiconductors". Figured someone would have some lying around since they
are
so easily obtainable. Right when I thought
news groups could
not get any lower multiple dung beetles surface instead of the usual one
on
a posting.


If you wanted someone to give you free parts, then ask for them. We
can't read small minds and your bad attitude doesn't really make anyone
want to help you. Your attitude really stinks. I think you know
millions dung beetles up close and personal with your shitty attitude.
It is people like you who is lowering the quality of Usenet, and groups
like this. Go to http://nte01.nteinc.com/webforms.nsf/qcsignin?openform
and download the NTE cross reference so you can see if you can find the
parts for yourself.


BTW: Get down off your high horse before you get a nose bleed and
pass out from the sight of your blood.


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Michael A. Terrell
electronics forum Guru


Joined: 24 Mar 2005
Posts: 2291

PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 6:13 pm    Post subject: Re: NEED: These Toshiba Transistors Reply with quote

Barry & Nikki wrote:
Quote:

I'm here to listen and make you feel al
high and mighty.


Don't take on jobs that you can't handle.


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prove it.
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