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Old December 27th 07, 04:20 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
Randy Webb
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Tynk said the following on 12/27/2007 9:31 AM:
On Dec 26, 11:46 pm, Randy Webb wrote:
Tynk said the following on 12/26/2007 11:49 PM:





On Dec 26, 10:43 pm, Randy Webb wrote:
Tynk said the following on 12/26/2007 11:00 PM:
On Dec 26, 9:52´┐Żam, Tynk wrote:
Lies deleted as usual.
What I find ironic is that the yahoo.com address, when not sideswiped by
a troll, is actually answering questions. The only thing I see out of
the @aol.com address is a bunch of whining and trolling about someone
else. That alone speaks for itself.
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Randy
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ROFLMAO!!!
Obviously, you haven't gone back a few pages.

Please excuse me for a few minutes to get the taste out of my mouth, my
foot doesn't taste good.

Being the person that I am, I can admit I was wrong. And, I was wrong.

What happened was I sat down and set up Thunderbird and added this group
to it (I don't use Google Groups). When I first started looking over the
older threads, I saw a kazillion "Tynk this, Tynk that" posts and simply
kill-filed any post from anybody that had Tynk in the email address.
After reading all the old posts, and even some new ones, I removed the
filter. I got the addresses mixed up and had my stuff backwards.

My apologies.

See Tynk its ok for you to trash some one elses post such as yu did
to this persons post but when others do it to you you raise hell and
assume all kinds of other atrocities.


You really are as stupid as I thought you were. My mistake was getting
the two addresses mixed up. You are the one that does nothing but run
around posting troll garbage trying to start trouble. It is the AOL
address that is actually trying to answer posts with content about the
post itself. While you do nothing more than try to start trouble.

It is okay though, I have a RegExp kill-file rule just for you.
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Randy
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