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No, my own insults don't give me an insight into why people are downvoting me. TELL ME WHY, AND DON'T USE AN AFTER-THE-FACT INSULT OF MINE, THAT WAS IN RESPONSE TO SOMEONE'S GROSS MISTREATMENT OF ME, AS AN EXCUSE!
I downvote EVERYONE who calls others idiot, asshole, suck regardless of WHY/WHEN.
You, Tim Vroom, and the majority of monks continue to suck
I never seen Tim Vroom or the majority of monks insult you. You continue to insult everyone in every one of your responses which is why you keep getting downvoted.

You have devoted far too much time and into "defending" yourself around here. You deserve a lengthy time out. Go talk to a therapist, priest, a friend, someone in the real world and forget about this place and relax, you'll live longer.

In reply to Re^12: Wassercrats: Why are you still here? by Anonymous Monk
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