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#28720 - 05/16/12 06:24 AM Re: insulating a carriage barn [Re: ]
D Wagstaff Offline
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Registered: 02/17/12
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Hello,
Two highly suspect additions by our new contributor that I guess need removal by the administration. Caution to anybody clicking on the blue text in the signature space of this one, and the one down there, these things can be viscous and malicious.

Don Wagstaff


Edited by D Wagstaff (05/16/12 06:30 AM)

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#28722 - 05/16/12 07:40 AM Re: insulating a carriage barn [Re: D Wagstaff]
TIMBEAL Online   content
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Registered: 12/10/07
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Don, do you mean it is ill advised to click on your Farmhouse restoration link? I will stay far away from a 2 poster with a fishy bookmark link. But yours is just too tempting. Did you click on the bookmarks? What happened?

Cheese technique, it was borrowed from Jim's previous post.

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#28725 - 05/16/12 10:33 AM Re: insulating a carriage barn [Re: TIMBEAL]
D Wagstaff Offline
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Registered: 02/17/12
Posts: 243
Hello,

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Cheese technique, it was borrowed from Jim's previous post.
What does this mean Tim?

Clicking on my own blue lettered link could indeed for some be ill advised. For example, were you tempted to swear off using your pencil from now on? If not will you wonder about it? Were you curious enough to seek out Krenov? You had better beware.

This junk crap does have consequences such as the poor bastard I ran into once at the US embassy in Amsterdam on his way from America to Africa to make a cash donation in response to an illegitimate e-mail correspondence - remember those?

Even if I had been so uniformed as to click on the bookmarks link I would not have been the dupe for it because yours truly is connected up to the internet through the TOR network. Ha Ha.

Greetings,

Don Wagstaff

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#28726 - 05/16/12 02:54 PM Re: insulating a carriage barn [Re: D Wagstaff]
TIMBEAL Online   content
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Registered: 12/10/07
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These spam botts use a technique where they borrow from other poster, perhaps to sound educated on the topic at hand, and enticing a fellow fly to land, where it is sucked into the acidic muck never to return from. Cheesy(not cheese) attempt at bait. Go back a page and see Jim's post, this is were the comment was copied from.

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#28730 - 05/16/12 09:29 PM Re: insulating a carriage barn [Re: TIMBEAL]
Ray Gibbs Offline
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Registered: 01/18/03
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Loc: Greely, Canada
Cheese? Did someone say cheese? Now we're talking! That Guinness flavoured cheese is awesome!

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