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(Wistfully) Ruquist,, Why Be So Dishonest? We'd Love You Anyway

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Posted by Whittier on December 1, 2003 16:34:28 UTC

In reply to Ruquist:
If he were not anonymous, having such a common name, I would take him to court. But that would be useless as he has no money or property, or ethics. I have asked the Web spider to remove the slanderous posts of Mike. But as you can see, Mike seems to have more influence than I. No action has ever been taken about Mike's unethical posts despites several requests.

So Mike is my enemy. I should take spiritual advantage of such an opportunity. Can you feel my love, Mike?

1) If he thinks I'm anonymous despite all the times he has identified me and posted my self-identification in his replies, and from my posting my link to my biography at a League of Women Voters web site, what shall we conclude about his other computations and assertions?
2) If I'm anonymous, how can he determine my financial status?
3) Ruquist had accused me of hacking his site at or,
whichever is the fife and drum corps. He said my motive was my vengefulness. It is all at the links above which I provided.
4) My apology is sincere to the extent it is deserved.

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