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Posted by Aurino Souza on October 16, 2002 13:14:44 UTC

Maybe you could be right and we are dealing with a troll that has never left

Harv,

I know who you are. I also know who Alan, Paul, and Yanniru are. Everyone else is a big puzzle to me, and I'm not happy at all that their posting behaviour often sounds suspect to me. Maybe it's just me, but I can never feel sure that I'm not talking to a bunch of lunatics.

But it's not the craziness that bothers me, it's the uncertainty. For instance, a few days ago Mike posted a link to an account of mine I haven't used for a long time. Just how did he get that information when I had a lot of trouble finding it myself? Could the webmaster himself be part of it? It's always a possibility.

It's all conspiracy theories, I know, but somehow they make some sense to me.

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