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Old June 7th, 2010, 05:34 AM posted to microsoft.public.access,microsoft.public.access.gettingstarted,microsoft.public.access.reports,microsoft.public.access.tablesdbdesign
Piet Linden[_2_]
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On May 30, 7:17*pm, "Larry Linson" wrote:
Well, John, I've challenged Steve to post a copy of any e-mail where I
inquired about work, which of course he could not do, and he hasn't even had
the smarts or guts to forge a copy. *This isn't the first time he's made
such a baseless claim.

In words made famous by michka, "I'd rather slide down a giant razor blade
into a vat of iodine than work for Steve." *I remember his first posts,
where he was bitching about not getting two days work from someone for
half-a-day's pay... that's not the kind of person you'd want to work for. If
I remember correctly, he didn't pay the guy anything, even though it sounded
as if the guy had completed and sent him exactly what Steve had asked for -- *
Steve just didn't know enough to specify the work product properly. *I'd
sooner switch to eating a cheaper brand of dog food than stoop to working
for Steve, and, despite his claims, I haven't had to switch to even the best
of dog food, yet.

But, in moderated forums, he's going to find his opportunities extremely
limited. So I think we are going to have to be vigilant in CDMA to not let
him get away with it -- I know there are enough "old hands" headed back
there to be all over him like a cheap suit if he tries his tricks there. I
just hope he doesn't flood it with so much spam that people will not come
there to ask questions.

By the way, he plagiarized the "old man / living in past / previous
versions" stuff from the late Don P. Mellon. *He doesn't even have enough
imagination and intelligence to create his own insults. *But, then, he also
doesn't have enough imagination and intelligence to use anonymizers and such
to beseige a newsgroup, even with Mellon's example, to try to kill it.
Mellon, at least, _sometimes_ got in a pretty good "zinger" that'd make us
grin.

--
Larry Linson, Microsoft Office Access MVP
Co-author: "Microsoft Access Small Business Solutions", published by Wiley
Access newsgroup support is alive and well in USENET
comp.databases.ms-access

"John... Visio MVP" wrote in . ..

Larry is far more competent with Access when he is asleep than stevie is
when stevie is supposedly at the top of his game.


I have yet to see Larry post anything that was a lie, but stevie on the
other hand seems to enjoy wallowing in untruths.
He has claimed to be an engineer, but any qualified engineer knows that
they have standards and ethics to maintain. Stevie kows nothing about
ethics or quality.


So one ZIP code per city? Sounds like some one from small town PA.


Stevie, go back to being a gasoline station attendant.


John... Visio MVP
"Steve" wrote in message
...
This post is nothing but sour grapes!!


A few years ago Larry Linson begged me for a job. I turned him down
because he is an arrogant know-it-all and has no scruples about lieing..
He stands on his soap box wanting you to be riveted to everything he says
but he is nothing but an old man living in the past when he used Access95
and previous versions.


Steve


"Larry Linson" wrote in message
...
Steve Santus has been spamming newsgroups for a good many years.
Regardless of the admonitions that newsgroups are for free assistance,
as this one states; or the admonition that advertising, even of free
stuff, is not permitted, he refuses to follow the rules. Do you want to
subject yourself to the whims of someone who could, but will not, follow
the rules?


Most of Steve's posts are simply flogging his services; but, when he
does attempt to answer questions, his correct answers are so few and far
between that capable, experienced Access developers who answer questions
here for free have said "no rates can be reasonable _enough_ to pay for
wrong answers".


But, poor Steve's claimed thousands of satisfied clients don't seem to
be enough. I doubt that is because he permanently solved their problems
or educated them enough that they no longer ever need any help. So,
Steve must take advantage of the last day or two to appeal for work Yet
Again, here in the dying newsgroup.


I wish Steve well, but I wouldn't wish him _on_ any users of this
newsgroup.


--
Larry Linson, Microsoft Office Access MVP
Co-author: "Microsoft Access Small Business Solutions", published by
Wiley
Access newsgroup support is alive and well in USENET
comp.databases.ms-access


"Steve" wrote


I provide help with Access applications. I specialize
in designing the tables for a new database and fixing
problems and adding new functionality in existing
databases. My fee could be as low as ten dollars. If
you need help and can no longer connect to a news-
group, I can help you. Contact me at my email
address below.


Steve
also known as Steve the Spammer or Santus the Spammer


for your own good, Steve's email was deleted


That's the difference between Steve and Don Mellon. Don was
occasionally helpful... even funny... well, until he stopped taking
his meds.
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