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• Posted by Timmy B.
• Date: Friday, July 28, 2006, at 9:28 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: I did not post the above... Curious why someone would pretend to be me... (Admiral Hull)

> Hmm, the messages were posted close fairly together in time...
> you should get a password.

I posted a message at 8:28 and then the imposter posted theirs at 9:05 and I then didn't realize this until 9:50 when I came back to my computer. Also, my e-mail address is displayed in all my messages but not in the imposter's. If you'll notice, the imposter's IP address is 192.250.976 and mine is Unless this person was smart enough to use a different computer, we should pretty easily be able to figure out who they are through looking at other posts around here. I tried looking up their address on a free IP address locator found through google, but the search results said that the IP address is private/blocked.

I do actually have a password. With your permission, I'll try to see if I can use your name in a post without knowing your password. I bet I'll be able to unless someone with access to administrative tools on this site was the imposter. Also, I get e-mail notifications of all responses to my posts--I didn't get an e-mail notification to my response to the imposter's post...


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