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"Myself, I’d love to see the system set up so that it didn’t log me off by accident and dump my posts to Mr. Anonymous."

You seem alone in this accidental log off phenomenon. I've asked yout twice, in different threads to clarify your findings but as yet, no reply, no more details. If you actually care about this so alleged behaviour the logical thing would be to respond with more information. Repeat claims are fairly futile if you're not prepared to follow up on them.

"assumption that someone known to somebody was trying to hide."

Your assumption, you have no evidence anyone else has jumped to this conclusion.

"Maybe my comment just now was taken the same way?"

Perhaps by some, perhaps not. However you've been given some fairly concrete feedback in this thread, and others, which you've chosen to ignore, and instead posted a reply to yourself with theories founded upon assuming you know what others are thinking.

In reply to Re^2: Once again ... is it time to get rid of the Anonymous Monk? by marto
in thread Once again ... is it time to get rid of the Anonymous Monk? by sundialsvc4

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