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From: Earl Truss (1:123/789)
To: All
Date: Sat, 29.09.07 14:25
David, Jason is obviously a troll. Please do not respond to his messages. I
will take care of it. Thanks for the support though.

Moderator - International Science Echo

"DAVID WILLIAMS -> Jason Vierik" wrote in message
->> By: Earl Truss to Jason Vierik on Fri Sep 28 2007 07:54 am

>>> So ... what does this have to do with Science? Or now that the shoe
DW> is o

>>> the other foot, you no longer are concerned about rules? If you
DW> really

>>> believed in rules, you'd not be posting the off-topic messages you
DW> have

>>> been - even like the first one asking about the appropriateness of a

>>> message. You would be leaving it up to the moderator.

>>> You could easily get on my nerves.

->> ...and you are an idiot who obviously knows nothing about the BBS
DW> world. Ho

->> can I tell you ask? You top post.

DW> Earl has been making valuable contributions to this echo for as long as
DW> I can remember. You, on the other hand, seem to have just popped out of
DW> nowhere to cause trouble.

DW> Kindly go back.

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