Re: Antivirus 2008/2009



"Liar, liar, pants on fire!" Is that your only defense? (Yes, I know you did
not use those exact words, so don't get all excited.)

You stated, "You are mistaking MVP's with MS employees, they are not. So you
can't even understand what you are reading."

Apparently, you thought that I do not even know what an MVP is, so I chose
to stoop very low (again) and answer your ***ridiculous*** ASSUMPTION. I
posted one link showing ***that I do know what an MVP is*** and you somehow
think that is a "lie" on my part? NOWHERE did I say that the link had
anything to do with my previous searches for your specific "The Real Truth
MVP" misnomer. The two comments are TOTALLY UNRELATED.

How about YOU step up and ***be a man*** and GIVE US A LINK proving that you
are an MVP, i.e., a real official ***current*** Microsoft-awarded "Most
Valuable Professional"? Or are you too chicken?

Until you man up, NO ONE has any reason to believe a single word you say.
Put your money where your mouth is. Until you do, I will have EVERY REASON
to think it is you who is lying.

Gregg Hill




"The Real Truth MVP" <toidi@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:0I0uk.18251$LG4.17776@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Well the you lied when you said this "I found in Google searches evidence
from Microsoft employees indicating that you are not an MVP" MS would not
post anything saying that for two reasons.

1. Because I am a current MS MVP and they know it.
2. MS employees who deal with this stuff do not posts to newsgroups.

Now do you want to back up your lie by posting a link to that Google
search?


--
Cyberstalking is a crime. If you had one as bad as I did simply ignoring
them is not an option.




"Gregg Hill" <greggmhill at please do not spam me at yahoo dot com> wrote
in message news:%23JtOOhiCJHA.4368@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Indeed I do! http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/gp/mvpawardintro

Gregg Hill


"---Fitz---" <---fitz---@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:udS5Y6ZCJHA.5316@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
"The Real Truth MVP" <toidi@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:6BLtk.11734$vn7.3478@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
You are mistaking MVP's with MS employees, they are not. So you can't
even understand what you are reading.

--
I think he understands perfectly what he's reading.





.



Relevant Pages

  • Re: Restart Window Service
    ... (And the code shown is incorrect no matter what the goal is). ... There is no reason to use a wait hint other than 0 if the type is not a _PENDING type ... MVP Tips: http://www.flounder.com/mvp_tips.htm ...
    (microsoft.public.vc.mfc)
  • Re: You are a f*****t. A moronic, clueless, cretinous, imbecilic, idiotic,
    ... this is one MVP who certainly *will not* stick up for her. ... >to come alive.For some reason some of the regulars in this group (the xp ... >groups) and a few of the MVP's stick up for her, maybe because she is nasty ... >> 3) Your 'advice', as well as being dangerous, is so poorly written ...
    (microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers)
  • Re: PCButts1 aka TheRealTruth exposed - not a Microsoft MVP
    ... Liar show me one post from anyone about a disaster from using my tools. ... Normal results from the MVP imposter is a disaster. ... sure that they do not bring the name of MicroSoft into disrepute? ...
    (microsoft.public.windowsxp.general)
  • Re: Listbox selected line mostly just below bottom of window
    ... It's on my MVP Tips site. ... While a global handle variable is extremely poor style, it is not the reason for the ... and the RedrawWindow is completely irrelevant to the solution of the problem; ... not surprised to learn the programming methods aren't great. ...
    (microsoft.public.vc.mfc)
  • Re: Antivirus 2008/2009
    ... to bore myself with reading all about you again, and had I posted the link, ... If I dig up a link to the information I found where a Microsoft employee ... said you were not an MVP, you will simply claim it to be false, as you have ... NO ONE has any reason to believe a single word you say. ...
    (microsoft.public.security.virus)