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From Dr Donald Zarlengo <>
Subject Essential remark for majority of OO users - incompatibility of Math formula editor. OO organized hijack of test, spread sheet etc. software...
Date Tue, 12 Nov 2013 07:54:33 GMT
What - when did the Internet get hijacked by near-do-wells?

You are one Italian talking to another Italian…
Stop being so damned impudent. Try reading and thinking first.

What the hell so confidential about MS OS blue screening??????
About all the bugs over the years in Office - admitted by Bill on TV.
when Steve was publicly providing input to the industry.

The Video is available to anyone that wishes to view it!!!!
Take care of yourself, first. 

Where have you had your head Stuck?

Donald Zarlenga Ph.D.

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On Nov 11, 2013, at 11:43 PM, M. Fioretti <> wrote:

On Mon, Nov 11, 2013 23:25:01 PM -0800, Dr Donald Zarlengo wrote:
> Great news. Bu my current major problem on my MacBook Pro...

excuse me, but..

may I respectfully suggest that a former "VP/CIO of IT and Telecom"
may be expected to know better than highjacking threads on a mailing
list (not to mention qsending confidentiality notices to a public
forum)? What has that "major problem on MacBook" to do with what
Sergey asked?


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