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LanX you are full of what is known around here as horsepucky.

Last 16 nodes considered reaped:
nodeConsidererReason
11103787haukextroll
11103761huckdupe
11103562afokendupe
11103494daviestrolling
11103404Your Motherpointless trolling
11103064martotrolling
11103053LanXtroll
11103012AthanasiusEmpty
11103009chorobaempty
11102999CorionRepost
11102947haukexnoise
11102937LanXtroll
11102780hippoAlmost dup
11102655daviessignal free
11102531haukexnear-dupe
11102445LanXobvious troll

Given your complete awareness of and participation in the real-life implementation of considerations, not to mention your awareness of, participation in and sometimes instigation of similar threads in the past, all of which conclude the same, I am forced to question the reason for your sudden dogmatism for the Policy.

It's so disingenuous it makes me think it's just an attempt to raise controversy, sow discord, maybe pick up a few XP and get your critic a few downvotes ... pretty much like trolling.

Might have to go consider the OP here ;-)


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In reply to Re^3: reap, troll-feeding of reaped troll by 1nickt
in thread reap, troll-feeding of reaped troll by LanX

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