<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>figures out screen names,<p><hr></blockquote><p>HAHAHAHAHAHA He's not the only one. I can think of more than one person around here that put on their Sherlock Holmes hat to figure out who Carlos was, despite:<br><br>1.) It not being a secret<br><br>2.) There was no attempt to hide the true identity<br><br>3.) And finally, you'd had to have been a frickin' moron to not know who it was!<br><br>But yet, people made these ridiculous, childish "A HA!" posts...like they just discovered something really important. <br><br>
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Well, dear Bryan, it was not very hard to figure it out. You're right about that. It's usually pretty easy to figure out who laid it.<br><br>But I pursued you as Carlos for a number of reasons, one of which, as I said in another thread, is that you have done the same sort of thing before, usually after you've insulted someone enough that the person leaves the forum. To come back then under a different name gives you a space to hide, in the sense that people focus on who the "new" person is, and then spend time on ribbing you for the sockpuppetry. Meanwhile, what you did to the other person is forgotten in the banter. Pretty despicable, but right up there with your other tricks.<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by yoyo52 on 11/04/05 05:51 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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<h1>WHAT?</h1><br>...didn't you understand?<br><br>Not really that difficult, chunky,<br>because no one has anything to hide<br>so we never make an effort to hide<br>who we are.<br><br>Other than that, it's simply a courtesy <br>that decent people extend to each other <br>to keep forums separate, and to allow<br>each other a modicum of privacy.<br><br>What you're doing isn't all that stealthy,<br>it's akin to rummaging through someone's <br>trash, to find out where they shop, what<br>their salary is and when the lady of the <br>house has her monthly cycle, or snooping <br>through discarded mail etc. <br><br>It's legal, but looked upon with disdain. A<br>minor invasion of privacy, that just makes<br>the PoS doing it look like a horses arse.<br><br> <br><br>
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Meanwhile, what you did to the other person is forgotten Ain't gonna happen. <br>He flatters himself, like you said his Mo is transparent. I hope one day soon we will see the return of both Waleed and John. Miss you guys <br><br>
Oh c'mon Al! It's a friggin online forum for cryin' out loud. What's with all the drama? As if anyone here is responsible for anyone else leaving, or returning, or whatever. Please. As for John, who is probably lurking as we speak .. er .. type, he would passively take quiet shots, then BITCH THE LOUDEST when it was returned back to him ... NOT so passively. A classic case of being able to dish it out but not being able to take it. <br><br>* * * * * * * * * * * * * *<br>I [censored] bigger than you.<br>
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