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iEntry.com (the owner of the domain) is a "opt in" "webmaster resource" "we're not spam, really!!" house. Note all the quotes, I've been trying to get off a list I was subscribed to (somehow) for a while- I just filter everything from thier domain into the trash now, and they've been adding me to more and more lists over time.

The whois record says the domain was created on 2001-05-23, so I don't think they were profiteering on the demise of TPJ.

Somehow, I doubt they will respond to reason/and or appeals to their higher mind, though I applaud folks for trying.

And wouldn't that be "theperljournal ne TPJ?

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indistinguishable from doubletalk.


In reply to Re: theperljournal.com != TPJ by Hero Zzyzzx
in thread theperljournal.com != TPJ by dws

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