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lucubration

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    [SIZE=2][He used to say that] thinking is <an instance of the> sacred disease [and that] sight is deceptive- Heraclitus[/SIZE]<br><br>[color=gray]"I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." Jefferson[/color]

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  1. slight modification made. How exactly do you want it written? I'm pretty quick when I'm in the mood.
  2. Hi, I wrote a short statement of sorts
  3. If letters are going to be written.....I'm thinking letters to local news stations have the best chance of success. I don't know about yours, but sometimes the guys over here are really digging to get enough to last their allotted time.....
  4. I prefer Gator nullification. The companies go where they can get an audience. Money talks, not letters. Remove the audience and the Gator dries out in the swamp.
  5. Crapolasaurus!!!! Why not just promote Spyware Blaster, SpyBot and Ad Aware, all of which help fight and kill Gator for FREE? Gator doesn't bother me because I don't join in...simple as that. Spread the word about these three programs and the problem is made null...
  6. lep's right. check my sig for how to network.
  7. lucubration

    Lindows

    For only $100 bucks more and a HD, one could have a running Amptron
  8. hmmm perhaps you should learn to delegate
  9. wow, one can really detect the sincerity of their concern! It moves mountains and laps the miles, fells trees and builds dams
  10. http://www.fraud.org/ http://www1.ifccfbi.gov/index.asp http://www.usps.com/websites/depart/inspect/ In extreme situations, you may want to contact law enforcement to report suspicious activity. To do so, you may: A. File a report with the National Fraud Information Center. B. File a complaint with the Internet Fraud Complaint Center. C. Contact a law enforcement agency in your location or the seller's location. D. File a report with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. Any time Related Help topics on ebay site
  11. maybe it was like a skittles commercial
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