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GOB,

If you really ARE the good old buk (GOB), I have indeed seen your contributions every day, for years. I've bookmarked and reviewed and re-reviewed many of them. Thank you. A lot.

I just don't think Tye messed with your account. From his past behaviour, I can't see him doing it.

As well, I would consider jumping to help you out if your approach was not so over-the-top. I don't want to stand up and be counted in support of that behaviour. Sorry. You lost credibility when your posts turned to nonsense and hostility instead of logic.

And lastly, there are a lot of people here at the monastery. Is there anyone else experiencing similar abuse? Maybe I've missed some posts, but I don't see a trend of others having similar complaints. If its just you, then you might consider stepping back and thinking about other possibilities for you account problem? I can imagine your frustration, though, losing privilege after all these years.

Anne


In reply to Re^5: Plea for upvotes. (nonsense) by Anneq
in thread Plea for upvotes. by Buk

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