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    I actually can't recall Hemlock or his/her work, what were the other names he/she used on this forum, that's if it's permissable to divulge?
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    All i can say is... What a twerp
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  3. #73
    Quote Originally Posted by Ethan View Post
    I actually can't recall Hemlock or his/her work, what were the other names he/she used on this forum, that's if it's permissable to divulge?
    Well, this happened 12 months ago; the other names hardly, if ever, showed up on the boards, only as votes on polls (which are behind the scenes). Tracking down that list is more than I can afford to do right now.
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  4. #74
    If I created another account, I would read my own work and post...

    "Well that's a load of old tosh isn't it?"

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    More Socks Hung Out to Dry

    The eagle-eyed members among us will notice a few new bright red [banned!] names in some recent or ongoing discussions.

    A collection of Canadian "members" appeared, and proceeded to annoy a lot of people with remarkably similar styles, interests, and arrogance. It turned out that that all of them were forced by poverty or circumstance to share the same two computers.

    Unable to distinguish the real person or people from the unreal, our decision, based on what's best for the forum community, was to ban the lot.
    "I don't know ... I'm making it up as I go ..." - Dr I Jones

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  6. #76
    All that knitting gone to waste...

  7. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by Cran View Post
    The eagle-eyed members among us will notice a few new bright red [banned!] names in some recent or ongoing discussions.

    A collection of Canadian "members" appeared, and proceeded to annoy a lot of people with remarkably similar styles, interests, and arrogance. It turned out that that all of them were forced by poverty or circumstance to share the same two computers.

    Unable to distinguish the real person or people from the unreal, our decision, based on what's best for the forum community, was to ban the lot.
    They can run, but they can't hide. Great work, mod team!

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  8. #78
    I was wondering about the snarky posts about haiku.

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    It's a good thing my words already have the weight of far more people than I would ever have the time to make accounts for. Who needs that kind of temptation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Folcro View Post
    It's a good thing my words already have the weight of far more people than I would ever have the time to make accounts for. Who needs that kind of temptation?
    You're not fooling me, Bishop. That's right...I'm onto you.

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