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  1. #1 The secret of success...in every kind of business 
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    Lesson number 1:

    If you want that people knows you, it's not important how many information (and the quality of this information) you have in your hands;
    The only important thing is : how to manipulate and diffuse that few information in your hands,taking into account,every potential human reaction in relation of your actions.
    (Gordon Gekko teach)

    Example a) : See this Forum in the section Physics,Biology and Cosmology...and take a little look at my name.

    Example b) : ...without words...http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fausto_Intilla


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    Mon anniversaire est 6 de Fevrier aussi!!


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    Je suis contènt pour toi mon amour...
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    So your plan is to make yourself 'known' by posting cut and pastes to random internet forums?
    And then to channel this 'fame' into some type of business success?

    On the first part. Congratulations. You're known by the few people in this forum that you've annoyed (and the one you seem to have impressed). And also the other forums you're spamming.

    Yay.

    On the second part. Yeah, right.



    Also. We're not Italian.
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    Dear Invert-Nexus,
    this for me was only a test-game...
    if I really would like to be known in every part of the world...
    I should have only to contact five persons (that I know),and with only 20'000 bucks ,10 milion persons could know my name...and my books(traslated in english,obiouvsly).
    But it's to much soon for me now,for this kind of operation.
    Time at time.
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    Yeah.
    Whatever.
    In the meantime you're just some douchebag spamming internet forums with delusions of 'test-games' in his oh-so-deficient brain.

    Your life must be boring, eh?

    Question: Is your 'test-game' over or do you think a banishment is necessary?

    Another question: Do you have anything of your own to contribue? I.e. do you think you can be a contributing member to this board or just a spammer?
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    ...some people appreciated what I wrote in this Forum,
    and for me, that's enough.
    Now I'm ready for another game...in another country...the show must go on...

    Take care dear pal,
    Goodbye!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fausto Intilla
    ...some people appreciated what I wrote in this Forum,!
    There is, in English, a difference between some people and one person. I believe this is also true in Italian.

    You seem to prefer creating an aura of mystery, rather than one of clarity. Do you feel that is appropriate for a science forum? Do you think it is an effective business strategy?
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    Now I'm ready for another game...in another country...
    You mean the same game? In a different forum?
    I'm sure you'll always manage to find one or two people who are impressed by obfuscation. It's a trick as old as time.
    But, pretty lame for you, isn't it? Knowing inside that you're just a bullshit artist? And, really, not even a good bullshit artist at that...

    Anyway.
    Bye bye, dear Fausto.
    Enjoy your life of boredom and pretense.
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    ...you take life to much seriously...

    by the way,thank'you for make me laught with your last answers... :P :P :P

    God bless you!
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    There's a big difference between "famous" and "infamous"

    You must be proud to have your name on the Italian Wikipedia, but it seems they don't like your "cut and paste" style of writing either.

    (automatically translated, so the english is poor)

    http://64.233.179.104/translate_c?hl...D%26safe%3Doff

    If you REALLY want to be known all over the world, there's a much easier way to do it. May I suggest you run naked across a soccer pitch of a televised game with a sign that reads "my name is Fausto Intilla" and then blow yourself up. Guaranteed...you will be known all over the world, for at least 15 minutes.
    Fixin' shit that ain't broke.
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    ...It's a very nice idea Mac! :P :P :P

    Thx a lot for your advice!!! :P :P :P

    I love you guys!!! :P :P :P
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    I have to give you a complement, Fausto...no matter how severe the attack on you has been, you have always taken "the high road", and only responded with smiles and best wishes...and for this I must commend you. I have even purposely given you ammunition to attack me back if you felt the need to (calling myself a "dumb-ass hick") and you have declined. So kudos for that. I also wanted to thank you for providing me with some great material for humor...as you can see, I like to tell a joke or two.

    Cheers,
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