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Old 10-11-2011, 07:46 PM   #645
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That things breath is so bad, it came thru my monitor. Really... Where's that Febreze.
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Old 10-11-2011, 08:29 PM   #646
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(Heavy sigh)
For those of you who APPARENTLY WEREN'T PAYING ATTENTION:
I'll explain again that I only Declared MY Stunning Victory over My Arch Nemesis,
who by the way seems oddly unaware of his Humiliating Defeat


Hmmmmm.....concise yet obscure.........
Is it possible that the above is a Coded Communique to "sleeper cell" loyalists who're lurking in the shadows?????

And this when Victory Talks are at such a critical stage!

No wonder he's being such a Big Baby about such minor points as who has to take Texas...
It's all a sham- a distraction from his rearmament activities!

I must watch my step...

Francesca

Hmm....Declared victory but only over one nemesis - who hasn't acknowledged defeat. Seems like a very l....o......n.....g stretch to me. I'm not a military strategist but it seems to me if he is re-arming, he is a long way from defeated.

From reading this tread, I'd say that the best that has been accomplished is a temporary secession in the hostilities. The more realistic analysis is that it has, at times, turned into an armadillo - what we call in Texas a speed bump. They get run over and you hardly notice.
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You mean its kiinda like the civil war? It aint over, it just intermission !!!!
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Old 10-11-2011, 08:48 PM   #648
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From what I hear on the news, intermission is about to come to an end.
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Hmm....Declared victory but only over one nemesis - who hasn't acknowledged defeat. Seems like a very l....o......n.....g stretch to me. I'm not a military strategist but it seems to me if he is re-arming, he is a long way from defeated.

From reading this tread, I'd say that the best that has been accomplished is a temporary secession in the hostilities. The more realistic analysis is that it has, at times, turned into an armadillo - what we call in Texas a speed bump. They get run over and you hardly notice.
This should clear things up a bit.
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the x-files, Dana Scully and Diane Fowly - Fox Mulder: I ve only begun to fight!! - YouTube
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I have no more questions, your honor. I rest my case.

And the next salvo is....?
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Old 10-12-2011, 12:05 PM   #651
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Old 10-12-2011, 12:20 PM   #652
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"Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware has detected a malicious process attempting to start and has blocked the execution attempt. Please select an option below."

Probably spyware or tracking software. Whether true or not, I'm not opening it.
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Old 10-12-2011, 09:34 PM   #653
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PUBLIC NOTICE:

"MALWARE ALERT"?????

PUH-L-E-E-E-E-E-ZE


I see everybody fell for Dunner's little trick...
No posts since his "Malware Alert" this morning at 10:00...

I'm no rocket scientist, but even I know you can't "catch" anything from this thread.
Except a lot of flack, of course.

On the other hand, why take a chance?

Probably best to leave well alone and just let this be the last post....the very last...in the history of the world...

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Do everybody a favor and slap yourself. I was talking about the file that downloads from navychaps's above post. MalwareBytes saw a "Websearch" program embedded in the Smile file. A Websearch program sends your search activities to them and they load your email with spam.
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It can also edit your DNS lookups and run all your searches though their servers.. Not many know that the web address you type in is not the 'real' address.. The real address is an 'ip' number that must be looked up on a DNS, or Domain Name Server. Web Search type trojans can change you from your ISP's DNS to their so everything you do online is tracked. It also allows them to send you to any page on the web they like, say a fake eBay log in page..
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Yea yea yea, thats what the last gal told me too.
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S-u-u-u-u-u-u-r-e it does!

And it backflushes to any Internet Forum Thread with the word "threadkiller" in it, too!
In fact, if you're reading this it's going through your checkbook, your old love letters, and your tax returns for the past fifteen years.
And I'm talking about the first drafts- the ones with your REAL income on them...

All because you're looking at The Threadkiller Thread!

I can't bring myself to tell you how much worse it will get if you're foolish enough to POST anything after this....

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OK non-believer. You win! I'm done with this thread.

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