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Old 09-21-2007, 11:56 AM
captainmaxmushroom@sporelab.com
 
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Default Re: Captain Max

Jacobe, we don't sell prints. We also don't accept paypal or credit
cards, cash or money orders only. I'll throw you in some tips for
free.

Try to ignore the troll, he's obvioulsy just an idiot.

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On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 05:41:15 GMT, "Jacobe Hazzard"
<spamsink@ATeudoramail.DOTcom> wrote:

>Three questions.
>
>1) do you sell prints?
>
>2) how do you accept payment?
>
>3) would you sell me some quantity of syring tips with my order as I can't
>find them locally?
>
>thx
>


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Old 09-21-2007, 11:56 AM
captainmaxmushroom@sporelab.com
 
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>As far as I know,
>captain max has been a contributor to ADM for longer than you have (could be
>wrong about this)



Try about 8 years which is about 7 years longer than the current
useless trolls.


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On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 19:04:43 GMT, "Jacobe Hazzard"
<spamsink@ATeudoramail.DOTcom> wrote:

>Anony Muzz Azzole wrote:
><snip>
>
>> and no, not a flame war. Just exercising my right to post
>> my opinion.

>
>My opinion is that your opinion is bordering on the psychotic. I don't know
>why you hate sporelabs so much but the fact is that there is a large number
>of posters in this forum, regulars and otherwise, who are very much
>interested in the various spore vendors they might patronize. I honestly
>believe that there are others reading here that want to know the answer to
>these questions, and will probably want to hear about it if I review the
>captain after my order. If we can't have advertising about sporevendors in
>alt.drugs.mushrooms, then where does it belong?? The mainstream media?
>
>I don't understand why you are so offended by any mention of a commercial
>service, and why you find it so difficult to ignore. As far as I know,
>captain max has been a contributor to ADM for longer than you have (could be
>wrong about this) and has certainly gone out of his way NOT to spam the
>group. Your attacks are spreading a lot of negative energy in the group, and
>I personally would appreciate it a lot if you would apologize to or at least
>tolerate/ignore the captain. It's not much to ask.
>


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Old 09-21-2007, 11:56 AM
Anony Muzz Azzole
 
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On Fri, 23 Jan 2004 14:04:24 GMT, captainmaxmushroom@sporelab.com
wrote:

>
>
>
>>As far as I know,
>>captain max has been a contributor to ADM for longer than you have (could be
>>wrong about this)

>
>
>Try about 8 years which is about 7 years longer than the current
>useless trolls.
>
>

<snip>sporelab<snip> << MORE SPAM
>
>
>
>
>On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 19:04:43 GMT, "Jacobe Hazzard"
><spamsink@ATeudoramail.DOTcom> wrote:
>
>>Anony Muzz Azzole wrote:
>><snip>
>>
>>> and no, not a flame war. Just exercising my right to post
>>> my opinion.

>>
>>My opinion is that your opinion is bordering on the psychotic. I don't know
>>why you hate sporelabs so much but the fact is that there is a large number
>>of posters in this forum, regulars and otherwise, who are very much
>>interested in the various spore vendors they might patronize. I honestly
>>believe that there are others reading here that want to know the answer to
>>these questions, and will probably want to hear about it if I review the
>>captain after my order. If we can't have advertising about sporevendors in
>>alt.drugs.mushrooms, then where does it belong?? The mainstream media?
>>
>>I don't understand why you are so offended by any mention of a commercial
>>service, and why you find it so difficult to ignore. As far as I know,
>>captain max has been a contributor to ADM for longer than you have (could be
>>wrong about this) and has certainly gone out of his way NOT to spam the
>>group. Your attacks are spreading a lot of negative energy in the group, and
>>I personally would appreciate it a lot if you would apologize to or at least
>>tolerate/ignore the captain. It's not much to ask.
>>


I could at this point do a 'Cappie Max' and leave my URL at the bottom
of this (and every) post regardless of whether it was a useful
addition to the thread or just a simple, one line, tenuous and useless
piece of rhetoric in order to hopelessly substantiate a blatant piece
of spam, but I won't.
Ever the Azzole ..

I am an Idiot .. ;o)
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