__/ [David] on Sunday 11 December 2005 06:48 \__
> On Sat, 03 Dec 2005 15:09:59 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>> --> I cannot tell you for sure. But if you remove your messages from
>>>>> Google, it kills a big big part of the problem. Give it a try. And tell
>>>>> us about your result.
>>I tried to remove Dave's post, which ended up as the number 1 result for my
>>surname in a Google Groups search.
> Yeah, number one for Roy Schestowitz in google groups without even
> trying :-D
>>The context is missing (I called him
>>something, so he projected it back to receive attention).
> Err no Roy not for attention, but for action from you since you called
> me a pathological liar in another thread I was trying help you on and
> you refused to backup the statement with facts or take it back. If you
> can't back it up and refuse to apologise you are a liar who throws mud
> then hides.
> Sorry Roy Schestowitz, but that's how it works when you are a liar on
> If you don't want your lies mentioned can I suggest not mentioning
> what you did in the hope I forget about it. If you mention it even as
> subtle as above I'll respond again and again until you do the
> honourable thing.
>>As a standalone
>>post this looks bad, especially to prospective employers or peers in
> Had you backed it up or retracted the statement there would have been
> no need for me to change the subject line to attract your attention.
> I'm sorry if someone searching for employment history about you finds
> this, consider it a lesson for having no honour. I know I wouldn't
> employ a known liar.
>>That post removal tool from Google does not accept the URL's. I gave up
>>after 5-10 minutes. I don't even know how threads are handled in removal,
>>but there you go...
> Sounds a little like poetic justice for Roy Schestowitz not retracting
> his lies.
> Roy Schestowitz will you ever backup the statement that I've "been
> proven in the past to be a pathological liar"?
> If not you are nothing more than a liar yourself Roy Schestowitz.
> BTW I don't care what anyone finds about me on Usenet or anywhere else
> as long as it's true and one thing I don't do is lie. If you or anyone
> else want to show I'm liar feel free (note: Bill is not a reliable
> source of information about me :-).
He is to me. Let's just put it behind, Dave. It's not worth having any
tention in newsgroup. We could both use the break.
Kind regards and merry Christmas...