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    Too long for my filter to allow.

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    Martin Frey
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    N 51 01 52.2 E 0 47 21.1
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    And its another addition to killfile hell !


    "Greg Dortmond" <GregDortmond77@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:2aea49a9.0312211146.3347bb05@posting.google.c om...

    Assorted crap deleted for ease of loading.



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    On Sun, 21 Dec 2003 20:04:28 +0000, Martin Frey
    <martinfrey@snipclara.co.uk> wrote:


    Best advice is to activate the killfile Martin
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    In message <2aea49a9.0312211146.3347bb05@posting.google.com >, Greg
    Dortmond <GregDortmond77@hotmail.com> writes

    Nothing

    That's you not just kill filed but reported to your ISP.
    Have a nice day.


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    Greg Dortmond wrote:

    28 pages of total feking drivel......

    and you still think that WE dont think that YOU are NOT a troll ?

    Twat !

    Sorry Group, but this guy finally got to me ....

    David Harris
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    Telford, Shropshire

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    "Greg Dortmond" <GregDortmond77@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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    That's just sad. If you've ever tried to make a point, this shows your
    intent. Happy observing, and please try not to put off too many potential
    amateur astronomers!

    Jeroen.

    <PLONK>



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    "Martin Frey" <martinfrey@snipclara.co.uk> wrote in message
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    I did not even get the header, must be a long one.

    Graeme




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    In message <UuLRa9DyFg5$Ewsu@merseia.fsnet.co.uk>, Jonathan Silverlight
    <jsilverlight@spam.merseia.fsnet.co.uk.invalid> writes
    Sorry to follow up my own post, but I just noticed Hotmail's automated
    reply was marked by Mailwasher as "blacklisted by Spamcop". What a
    surprise!
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    Remove spam and invalid from address to reply.

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    Pete Lawrence <pete.lawrence_nospam@pbl33.co.uk> wrote in
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    Pity I didn't _before_ I checked how long it is - thought it was a bloody
    binary, how can anyone write that much text


    mike r

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    In article <3fe60628@212.67.96.135>, gp.skinner@NOSPAMtalk21.com burbled
    happily...

    Same here, killed on line length.
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