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#81 OFFLINE   TMan

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Posted 15 January 2013 - 01:02 PM

That's OK, it gave me a chance to post about the e6500s.

If you want to delete a post, just follow the deletion instructions that come up when you're in the post's Edit screen.

Were you imbibing when you did that?.... :lol:

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No! :D

I have no idea. I hit the "UserCP" link near the top of the page, as I often do, to see activity on my subscribed threads, and was shocked to see myself listed as the most recent poster on a thread that hasn't even been on my screen for nearly five months. Even if my three-year-old somehow wandered to the basement where my computer was, found the dbstalk tab in Firefox, I have no idea how he could have done anything like that. (I was using a different computer elsewhere at the time.) :confused:
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#82 OFFLINE   Rich

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Posted 15 January 2013 - 01:12 PM

No! :D

I have no idea. I hit the "UserCP" link near the top of the page, as I often do, to see activity on my subscribed threads, and was shocked to see myself listed as the most recent poster on a thread that hasn't even been on my screen for nearly five months. Even if my three-year-old somehow wandered to the basement where my computer was, found the dbstalk tab in Firefox, I have no idea how he could have done anything like that. (I was using a different computer elsewhere at the time.) :confused:


Ah! Another mystery that will never be solved... :lol:

Rich




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