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Member Banumaran abusing Experts Exchange

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Member Banumaran is posting questions, waiting for answers and then never closing out the question. Therefore, I ask all experts to boycott any question posted by this member.
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by:BigSchmuh
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I looked at Banumaran Question history and he only has 2 questions opened dated
   22-march-2004 "db2 privileges"
   5-feb-2004 "Oracle %ROWTYPE / change datatype / is date simillar in db2 udb 7.2"
==> I answer the feb one and never get anything back...but don't you think you can rely on:
-More patience as his last question is only 5 days old
-The cleaning mods to take care of those unfair matters (thanks to them as this is a tough job)

Trusting people is too often a bad "investment" and you can regret it with others or stay disapointed ... alone ;-)
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BigSchmuh earned 20 total points
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For your information: my 5-feb-2004 post has been accepted by Banumaran...
==> May be deleting this 20 pt question is not a bad idea...
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