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I do mind their hiding behind a veil of anonymity
Why do you think it's neccesary that you know?

And later, when you say in response to Ovid :

If only the monk who slienced me had given me warning of imminent silencing, (...) So apparently one of the Power Users is abusing his power.
Why do you think a warning is required? Why do you think this is an abuse of power?

If you feel that some of your previous posts have reasonably explained these questions, please summarize your answers in a response to this post.

update : Sorry, chip, I submitted this accidentally before I wrote all of it.

update : through pandering to you and your desire to act inane in the CB and then complain about your rights to know who shut you up. Hope that helps.


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