Re: Linux admin position
On Fri, 16 Jun 2006, in the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.misc, in article
<87lkrwojmc.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, John Hasler wrote:
Old guy writes:
I know you're brain-dead, but didn't you see the reactions to the post
"Looking for Several Unix/Linux SysAdmins - NYC", or haven't you figured
out how to use a computer yet?
Spammers never read Usenet: they only post.
Yeah, especially from google. Hopefully prospective workers know that this
is a major indication of scum you don't want to do business with. As mentioned,
I've added their name to the list of companies we'll never do business with.
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