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Old 05-02-2005, 05:08 AM
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Re: Marlim or Winchester?

Boy I'm glad I called that one right. I was worried about looking the fool if this guy was serious but seems as if a few other folks on here thought the same thing.
What I have noticed about trolls is they come on strong but when found out they quickly quite down or just leave.
I think its foolish to attemp such a feat with the folks on here as we arent out to hang anyone generally we are all willing to help anyone out.
He wasted our time and that is just plain wrong.
He would be better suited to try this stuff on other boards like this one where he could get more of a rise outta folks.
I'm glad we all caught this before it got ugly.
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Old 05-02-2005, 08:42 AM
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Re: Marlim or Winchester?

When I first read his post I thought that he was so ridiculous that I did not know if he would even get a response
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Old 05-02-2005, 09:44 AM
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Re: Marlim or Winchester?

Davesok,

I thought the same thing!! I didn't want to chime in on someone who can't type(Like me) but holy smokes!! This cat was typing how "Larry the cable guy" sounds!! Why would you tell a sob story about your buddy's girl in order to get shooting advice? I think there is something Stinky here and it ain't the "meatloaf"!!
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Old 05-02-2005, 10:53 AM
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Re: Marlim or Winchester?

For all of you people who were unfortunane enough not to have been raised in Dixie and do not have a clue what a gar is you can go here.

http://www.garfishing.com/

"Are you SICK in the HEAD?"

Actual quote from a Wisconsin
DNR official in response to a
request for gar fishing hotspots

Notice that the name of the organization is GASS.

If you look at the sentence structure and phraseology of the few coherent posts here and under optics and the punctuation style and run a search on those peculiarities you will find some surprises as to who among us might have actually done this.

I do not know if the IP can be determined and I really am not at all upset it was just interesting to run the searches on phrases and punctuation styles.
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Old 05-02-2005, 12:16 PM
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Re: Marlim or Winchester?

Buffalobob, if you look at the other post in the optics, it amazes me how he mixed dialects up; if you are going to pose to be someone else, make sure you do not mess up, and on a forum like this, it only takes a person to read one post to tell that the people on here know what they are talking about and has a lot of sense. You also notice that he spelled one of the most misspelled words in the english language correctly: Wednesday. Without spell check I would say that I probably would miss that 50% of the time. It sure does not match the rest of his post. Maybe me and his friend should get together so I can tell him how I killed that radioactive, rabid, suicide bomber varmint with cooties (the same one 4ed Horn was talking about) at 500yds with my daisy airgun. By the way, I think he was flicking me off with both hands. Sorry 4ed Horn, I had to add that in there, but I did get him off hand through a NC swamp. It is amazing what that little pellet will do at 500 yards; maybe I can photoshop some pics really quick!!!! I think it will be interesting to hear from this guy.
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Old 05-02-2005, 01:13 PM
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Re: Marlim or Winchester?

Buffalo.

IPs are discoverable by any of the moderators. The mods at www.howwhatwhy.com (my other favorite forum) have discovered many people supporting their own arguements by signing on with another screen name and "helping" argue against any that dissagree with the original posters comments. That forum is the same brand that Len is running here. When that ficticious (sp?) other is exposed the new member is asked to come clean and if they don't they are nuked from the site. No messing around. The regulars don't have time for it and the newcomers don't need to see that sort of nonscense.
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Old 05-02-2005, 02:56 PM
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Re: Marlim or Winchester?

good sniffing on the troll! he asked such a simple question even a rookie like me could answer that one.i didn't see the rifle question till way later.he was probably making fun of my nfx-swaro question.
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