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Over on uk.food+drink.misc, June Hughes wrote:

> In message >, Mike.. . .
> > writes
> > Following up to Janet Baraclough
> >
> >> People often wrongly self-diagnose themselves as having "an

> allergy"
> > > because they don't understand the term or the physical process. A
> > > food or skin sensitivity,
> >> is not necessarily an allergic reaction.

> >
> > I'm sure that's true but for me the central point here is that if
> > you warn people about nuts, people will present with nut symptoms
> > (its probably a little unfortunate its "nuts" that are the current
> > thing :-)
> >

> A real nut allergy can be fatal.
> > Because of our local idiots I posted this to rec.food.cooking
> > separately, over there its got as far as "liar" " "**** off", oh
> > well.
> >

> Are you surprised? And to think, we pay our taxes to keep these
> low-lifes.


Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

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> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?


Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most of
us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.


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"Ed Pawlowski" > wrote in message
news
>
> "Pam" > wrote in message
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>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

>
> Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most
> of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.



What he said!


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"Ed Pawlowski" > wrote in message
news
>
> "Pam" > wrote in message
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>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

>
> Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most
> of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.

Who the hell is June Hughes?



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Ed Pawlowski wrote:

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> "Pam" > wrote in message
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> > Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

>
> Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.



http://groups.google.co.uk/group/uk....73272386?hl=en


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jmcquown > wrote:

> "Ed Pawlowski" > wrote in message
> news
>>
>> "Pam" > wrote in message
>>>
>>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

>>
>> Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most
>> of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.

>
> Who the hell is June Hughes?


Somebody from uk.* judging from the past trolls along these lines.

-sw

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In article >,
"jmcquown" > wrote:

> "Ed Pawlowski" > wrote in message
> news
> >
> > "Pam" > wrote in message
> >>
> >> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

> >
> > Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most
> > of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.


> Who the hell is June Hughes?


Somebody who posts to that UK group.

I have two pieces of advice:

1. Killfile anything on rfc that is crossposted to the UK group.
2. Killfile privacy.net.

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Dan Abel said...

> In article >,
> "jmcquown" > wrote:
>
>> "Ed Pawlowski" > wrote in message
>> news
>> >
>> > "Pam" > wrote in message
>> >>
>> >> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?
>> >
>> > Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality,
>> > most of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.

>
>> Who the hell is June Hughes?

>
> Somebody who posts to that UK group.
>
> I have two pieces of advice:
>
> 1. Killfile anything on rfc that is crossposted to the UK group.
> 2. Killfile privacy.net.



I have Xnews set to kill anything crossposted. Been that way for ages.

I've never heard of most of those people, thankfully.

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"jmcquown" > wrote in message
...
> "Ed Pawlowski" > wrote in message
> news
>>
>> "Pam" > wrote in message
>>>
>>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

>>
>> Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most
>> of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.

> Who the hell is June Hughes?
>


A very nice lady who who posts on uk food group. She has become one of the
targets of a troll, or trolls who revel in obscenities and who must,
therefore, have a small vocabulary and limited intelligence.
Graham


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Dan Abel > wrote:

> In article >,
> "jmcquown" > wrote:
>
>> "Ed Pawlowski" > wrote in message
>> news
>>>
>>> "Pam" > wrote in message
>>>>
>>>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?
>>>
>>> Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most
>>> of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.

>
>> Who the hell is June Hughes?

>
> Somebody who posts to that UK group.
>
> I have two pieces of advice:
>
> 1. Killfile anything on rfc that is crossposted to the UK group.
> 2. Killfile privacy.net.


I've had uk.* and aus.* killfiled for a long while (which is why I
only see follwups to the OP). But privacy/net isn't a good
indicator of anything, IMO. It's just a placeholder. You, and a
bunch of other on ba.* are one of the few remaining peoples that use
their real names/addresses.

-sw


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On Sat, 25 Apr 2009 19:58:50 GMT, "Pam" > wrote:

>Ed Pawlowski wrote:
>
>>
>> "Pam" > wrote in message
>> >
>> > Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?

>>
>> Same reason you are trolling, just to start some crap. In reality, most of us can't climb up high enough to be a low-life.

>
>
>http://groups.google.co.uk/group/uk....73272386?hl=en


Hello Pammy, you've just been killfiled

PLONK

btw this wasn't poated to uk.food+drink.misc
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On Sat, 25 Apr 2009 14:29:03 -0700, Dan Abel > wrote:

>1. Killfile anything on rfc that is crossposted to the UK group.


spot on, old boy.
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On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:12:34 +0100, Mike > wrote:


>>1. Killfile anything on rfc that is crossposted to the UK group.

>
>spot on, old boy.


Accept the fact that 90% of what is downloaded isn't worth the time it
took.

Accept the fact that the last 9% are the "old timers" arguing and
insulting each other like a room full of drunk third graders.

Accept the last 1% and enjoy some valid information regarding food and
cooking.



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Mr. Bill said...

> Accept the fact that the last 9% are the "old timers" arguing and
> insulting each other like a room full of drunk third graders.



Heck, I wish I could've been drunk through 3rd grade with Mrs. Toliver!!!

The hours I spent with my desk turned to the back of the room!

At least it would've helped pass the time. Sadly I had no accomplices.

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On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 10:05:57 -0500, Andy > wrote:

>Heck, I wish I could've been drunk through 3rd grade with Mrs. Toliver!!!


You had a rotten 3rd grade teacher too? Mine was named Mrs. Dillinger
and she actually bragged about being from Gary Indiana. We used to
ask her how her husband, John, was. I don't think she ever understood
we were making fun of her.

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"sf" > wrote in message
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> On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 10:05:57 -0500, Andy > wrote:
>
>>Heck, I wish I could've been drunk through 3rd grade with Mrs. Toliver!!!

>
> You had a rotten 3rd grade teacher too? Mine was named Mrs. Dillinger
> and she actually bragged about being from Gary Indiana. We used to
> ask her how her husband, John, was. I don't think she ever understood
> we were making fun of her.
>


Ahhhhh. *Sigh* Making fun of stupid people just never gets old, does it. Oh
look, there's one now! Gotta go!


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> On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 10:05:57 -0500, Andy > wrote:
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>>Heck, I wish I could've been drunk through 3rd grade with Mrs. Toliver!!!

>
> You had a rotten 3rd grade teacher too? Mine was named Mrs. Dillinger
> and she actually bragged about being from Gary Indiana. We used to
> ask her how her husband, John, was. I don't think she ever understood
> we were making fun of her.



SF!!!!!!

It's not nice to outsmart your teacher! <grins!>

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On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:09:42 -0500, Andy > wrote:

>sf said...
>
>> On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 10:05:57 -0500, Andy > wrote:
>>
>>>Heck, I wish I could've been drunk through 3rd grade with Mrs. Toliver!!!

>>
>> You had a rotten 3rd grade teacher too? Mine was named Mrs. Dillinger
>> and she actually bragged about being from Gary Indiana. We used to
>> ask her how her husband, John, was. I don't think she ever understood
>> we were making fun of her.

>
>
>SF!!!!!!
>
>It's not nice to outsmart your teacher! <grins!>
>

She was as sharp as a bag of hammers... mean too.

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"Pam" > wrote in message
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> Over on uk.food+drink.misc, June Hughes wrote:
>
>> In message >, Mike.. . .
>> > writes
>> > Following up to Janet Baraclough
>> >
>> >> People often wrongly self-diagnose themselves as having "an

>> allergy"
>> > > because they don't understand the term or the physical process. A
>> > > food or skin sensitivity,
>> >> is not necessarily an allergic reaction.
>> >
>> > I'm sure that's true but for me the central point here is that if
>> > you warn people about nuts, people will present with nut symptoms
>> > (its probably a little unfortunate its "nuts" that are the current
>> > thing :-)
>> >

>> A real nut allergy can be fatal.
>> > Because of our local idiots I posted this to rec.food.cooking
>> > separately, over there its got as far as "liar" " "**** off", oh
>> > well.
>> >

>> Are you surprised? And to think, we pay our taxes to keep these
>> low-lifes.

>
> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?
>


More importantly, why should I care?

kimberly


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sf said...

> On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:09:42 -0500, Andy > wrote:
>
>>sf said...
>>
>>> On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 10:05:57 -0500, Andy > wrote:
>>>
>>>>Heck, I wish I could've been drunk through 3rd grade with Mrs.

Toliver!!!
>>>
>>> You had a rotten 3rd grade teacher too? Mine was named Mrs. Dillinger
>>> and she actually bragged about being from Gary Indiana. We used to
>>> ask her how her husband, John, was. I don't think she ever understood
>>> we were making fun of her.

>>
>>
>>SF!!!!!!
>>
>>It's not nice to outsmart your teacher! <grins!>
>>

> She was as sharp as a bag of hammers... mean too.


LOLOL!!!


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"Nexis" > wrote in message
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>
> "Pam" > wrote in message
> ...
>> Over on uk.food+drink.misc, June Hughes wrote:
>>
>>> In message >, Mike.. . .
>>> > writes
>>> > Following up to Janet Baraclough
>>> >
>>> >> People often wrongly self-diagnose themselves as having "an
>>> allergy"
>>> > > because they don't understand the term or the physical process. A
>>> > > food or skin sensitivity,
>>> >> is not necessarily an allergic reaction.
>>> >
>>> > I'm sure that's true but for me the central point here is that if
>>> > you warn people about nuts, people will present with nut symptoms
>>> > (its probably a little unfortunate its "nuts" that are the current
>>> > thing :-)
>>> >
>>> A real nut allergy can be fatal.
>>> > Because of our local idiots I posted this to rec.food.cooking
>>> > separately, over there its got as far as "liar" " "**** off", oh
>>> > well.
>>> >
>>> Are you surprised? And to think, we pay our taxes to keep these
>>> low-lifes.

>>
>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?
>>

>
> More importantly, why should I care?
>
> kimberly
>
>

Who is June Hughes and why does her opinion count? We have enough
self-anointed martinets here without adding another one. I agree with you,
Kimberly....why do we care?
-ginny


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"Virginia Tadrzynski" > wrote in message
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>
> "Nexis" > wrote in message
> ...
>>
>> "Pam" > wrote in message
>> ...
>>> Over on uk.food+drink.misc, June Hughes wrote:
>>>
>>>> In message >, Mike.. . .
>>>> > writes
>>>> > Following up to Janet Baraclough
>>>> >
>>>> >> People often wrongly self-diagnose themselves as having "an
>>>> allergy"
>>>> > > because they don't understand the term or the physical process. A
>>>> > > food or skin sensitivity,
>>>> >> is not necessarily an allergic reaction.
>>>> >
>>>> > I'm sure that's true but for me the central point here is that if
>>>> > you warn people about nuts, people will present with nut symptoms
>>>> > (its probably a little unfortunate its "nuts" that are the current
>>>> > thing :-)
>>>> >
>>>> A real nut allergy can be fatal.
>>>> > Because of our local idiots I posted this to rec.food.cooking
>>>> > separately, over there its got as far as "liar" " "**** off", oh
>>>> > well.
>>>> >
>>>> Are you surprised? And to think, we pay our taxes to keep these
>>>> low-lifes.
>>>
>>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?
>>>

>>
>> More importantly, why should I care?
>>
>> kimberly
>>
>>

> Who is June Hughes and why does her opinion count? We have enough
> self-anointed martinets here without adding another one. I agree with
> you, Kimberly....why do we care?
> -ginny
>


Perhaps you should find out the whole story before you "open your mouth"!


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On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 22:32:08 -0600, "graham" > wrote:

>Perhaps you should find out the whole story before you "open your mouth"!
>

That's what happens when only part of the story is xposted. Nobody
here cares if an unknown from another ng has bad things to say about
us. But from what I've read, she has been attacked unjustly and is
simply lashing out.

I won't bother to figure out what uk usenet group you're posting from
because if you cared what anyone here says in reply, you'd include
your own group for replies - which only means you're "stirring the
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In message >, Nexis >
writes
>
>
>
>"Pam" > wrote in message
...
>> Over on uk.food+drink.misc, June Hughes wrote:
>>
>>> In message >, Mike.. . .
>>> > writes
>>> > Following up to Janet Baraclough
>>> >
>>> >> People often wrongly self-diagnose themselves as having "an
>>> allergy"
>>> > > because they don't understand the term or the physical process. A
>>> > > food or skin sensitivity,
>>> >> is not necessarily an allergic reaction.
>>> >
>>> > I'm sure that's true but for me the central point here is that if
>>> > you warn people about nuts, people will present with nut symptoms
>>> > (its probably a little unfortunate its "nuts" that are the current
>>> > thing :-)
>>> >
>>> A real nut allergy can be fatal.
>>> > Because of our local idiots I posted this to rec.food.cooking
>>> > separately, over there its got as far as "liar" " "**** off", oh
>>> > well.
>>> >
>>> Are you surprised? And to think, we pay our taxes to keep these
>>> low-lifes.

>>
>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?
>>

>
>More importantly, why should I care?
>
>kimberly
>
>

For the past two weeks, a troll, whose identity I believe I know, been
posting derogatory material about me across several groups on Usenet. As
I only generally post to one group (ukfd) and most people there know me,
I am not worried but I am sorry you have been troubled.

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June Hughes wrote:
> In message >, Nexis
> > writes
>>
>>
>>
>> "Pam" > wrote in message
>> ...
>>> Over on uk.food+drink.misc, June Hughes wrote:
>>>
>>>> In message >, Mike.. .
>>>> . > writes
>>>>> Following up to Janet Baraclough
>>>>>
>>>>>> People often wrongly self-diagnose themselves as having "an
>>>>>> allergy" because they don't understand the term or the physical
>>>>>> process. A food or skin sensitivity,
>>>>>> is not necessarily an allergic reaction.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm sure that's true but for me the central point here is that if
>>>>> you warn people about nuts, people will present with nut symptoms
>>>>> (its probably a little unfortunate its "nuts" that are the current
>>>>> thing :-)
>>>>>
>>>> A real nut allergy can be fatal.
>>>>> Because of our local idiots I posted this to rec.food.cooking
>>>>> separately, over there its got as far as "liar" " "**** off", oh
>>>>> well.
>>>>>
>>>> Are you surprised? And to think, we pay our taxes to keep these
>>>> low-lifes.
>>>
>>> Why does June Hughes call everyone on rec.food.cooking a low-life?
>>>

>>
>> More importantly, why should I care?
>>
>> kimberly
>>
>>

> For the past two weeks, a troll, whose identity I believe I know, been
> posting derogatory material about me across several groups on Usenet.
> As I only generally post to one group (ukfd) and most people there
> know me, I am not worried but I am sorry you have been troubled.
>
> Cross-post removed.


What she says is the truth!




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On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 23:12:42 -0700, sf > wrote:

>I won't bother to figure out what uk usenet group you're posting from
>because if you cared what anyone here says in reply, you'd include
>your own group for replies - which only means you're "stirring the
>pot".


wrong! He giving you lot good advice, has it ever occurred to you
there are people who are subscribed to the uk food group *and* this
one and who are telling you to stop helping trolls?
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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:32:27 +0100, "Ophelia" >
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>What she says is the truth!


indeed
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Mike.. . . said...

> Following up to Virginia Tadrzynski
>
>>> More importantly, why should I care?
>>>
>>> kimberly
>>>
>>>

>> Who is June Hughes and why does her opinion count? We have enough
>> self-anointed martinets here without adding another one. I agree with
>> you, Kimberly....why do we care?

>
> correct question is "why are xposting responses to a troll?



This is SOOOOOOO off topic and pitiful in nature that it doesn't merit
responding to. But I had to.

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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 03:17:15 -0500, Andy > wrote:

>This is SOOOOOOO off topic and pitiful in nature that it doesn't merit
>responding to. But I had to.


well at least you didn't xpost it!
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Mike wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:32:27 +0100, "Ophelia" >
> wrote:
>
>> What she says is the truth!

>
> indeed


Hmmm just to clarify, June Hughes is telling the truth. I can assure you
that she is not interested in posting here, nor has she been stirring up
trouble here.




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Ophelia said...

> Mike wrote:
>> On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:32:27 +0100, "Ophelia" >
>> wrote:
>>
>>> What she says is the truth!

>>
>> indeed

>
> Hmmm just to clarify, June Hughes is telling the truth. I can assure you
> that she is not interested in posting here, nor has she been stirring up
> trouble here.



Who actually gives a shit about her?
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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:29:10 -0500, Andy > wrote:

>Who actually gives a shit about her?


such charm :-)
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Mike said...

> On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:29:10 -0500, Andy > wrote:
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>>Who actually gives a shit about her?

>
> such charm :-)



Ya know, I don't go around complaining on Usenet about my problems!

This is not a small group of elite people. There are probably 1,000,000,000
or more people that get to read Usenet posts.

Paint whatever picture you like about yourself to the world. Be our guest!

Not many of us could care less about YOUR problems, whether true or
perceived.

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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 05:00:49 -0500, Andy > wrote:

>This is not a small group of elite people. There are probably 1,000,000,000
>or more people that get to read Usenet posts.


that i doubt.
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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:05:26 +0100, Mike > wrote:

>On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 23:12:42 -0700, sf > wrote:
>
>>I won't bother to figure out what uk usenet group you're posting from
>>because if you cared what anyone here says in reply, you'd include
>>your own group for replies - which only means you're "stirring the
>>pot".

>
>wrong! He giving you lot good advice, has it ever occurred to you
>there are people who are subscribed to the uk food group *and* this
>one and who are telling you to stop helping trolls?


Indeed. Like feeding you, troll.


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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:57:16 +0100, "Mike.. . ."
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>Following up to Virginia Tadrzynski
>
>>> More importantly, why should I care?
>>>
>>> kimberly
>>>
>>>

>> Who is June Hughes and why does her opinion count? We have enough
>> self-anointed martinets here without adding another one. I agree with you,
>> Kimberly....why do we care?

>
>correct question is "why are xposting responses to a troll?


Why have you changed your posting name yet again, troll? You were
"Mike >" a moment ago.
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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:06:07 +0100, Mike > wrote:

>On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:32:27 +0100, "Ophelia" >
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>>What she says is the truth!

>
>indeed


Why should anyone listen to the opinions of a troll?
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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:40:33 +0100, "Ophelia" >
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>Mike wrote:
>> On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:32:27 +0100, "Ophelia" >
>> wrote:
>>
>>> What she says is the truth!

>>
>> indeed

>
>Hmmm just to clarify, June Hughes is telling the truth. I can assure you
>that she is not interested in posting here, nor has she been stirring up
>trouble here.


Indeed. Unlike the "Mike" troll. It's just a shame that June keeps
feeding him.

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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 10:51:10 +0100, Mike > wrote:

>On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:29:10 -0500, Andy > wrote:
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>>Who actually gives a shit about her?

>
>such charm :-)


How can you pretend to be offended after recently calling him a
"******" and "****", troll?
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On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:16:53 +0100, Mike > wrote:

>On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 05:00:49 -0500, Andy > wrote:
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>>This is not a small group of elite people. There are probably 1,000,000,000
>>or more people that get to read Usenet posts.

>
>that i doubt.


What would you know about the truth considering the lies you post,
troll?

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