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Post by PB »

"The administrator has disabled public write access.

You are allowed to view the Forum but only registered

users are allowed to make posts."



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aquaman811
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Post by aquaman811 »

PB-



We are all interested in your story. Everyone should have a voice & I truly don't think Jason has any sinister motives to registering onto his website.



Looking forward to hearing from you soon.



Tony
"TAKE CARE OF THE LUXURIES,THE NECESSITIES WILL TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES.."
AQUAMAN811-TONY

jackmax
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Post by jackmax »

Go to most of the internet forums, and you have to be a registered user to post. I also participate in a Nissan Maxima forum; same thing. In fact, this is one of the VERY FEW where guests can post.



If you have something against registering, that's your perogative. But you must be a very paranoid liberal to think there is something sinister or evil going on.



My suggestion...see a good shrink. :lol:

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