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What are you talking about? ahem

In Reply to: Re: What are you talking about? posted by Crimsus on July 25, 2003 at 15:10:34:

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on July 30, 2003 at 08:47:32

: : I dont think anyone knows what your talking about! If you care to tell us why your so mad or not mad at smart parts. Or is a one person conversation? Maybe your talking to your imaginary enemy (in your head)?

: Maybe if you read the posts in the forum regarding the Smart Parts electronic switch patent issue, you'd know. A good example of someone NOT doing their homework. Thanks megabyte, you made my point for me. Idiot.

I see your a small person, I never once called you names you know if you resorted to that kind of response you have already lost. Good luck against smart parts lol....with your intelligence you will likely get thrown in jail for contempt of court. I suggest not calling the judge an idiot!

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