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Re: Re: a new name for this board

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Posted by toolman on August 24, 2004 at 20:53:05 from (

In Reply to: Re: a new name for this board posted by Les on August 24, 2004 at 20:10:46:

oh and your so pure hey les, you never cause any trouble, never chastise anybody about their spelling grammer etc, i been around here long enough to have witnessed your brand of decency, and you have no right to come down on anybody, talk about the pot calling the kettle black, yup take it off board so you can spew your own brand of garbage without anybody calling you on it. alot of us been on your end of this garbage , your well known and yup your right about breaking your silence if your not regreting it i sure am. get a life and quit hanging around looking for trouble so you can sleaze your way in and try and make someone else look don,t work you only add to your own undesirable image.these folks are friends and they,ll work their differences out or not, don,t always try and take advantage of a situtation to make yourself look better, it just don,t work.

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