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#21 Sun 13 Jan 13 11:34pm

mummza

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

I don't think it is allowed to happen here wine-o it seems to be that with the new site the spam filters need a bit more work on them . Moderators do a good job but its hard to cover the site 24/7 .

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#22 Tue 15 Jan 13 8:38pm

wine~o

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

me too..but at at just about the same time.....then couldn't find the rooly eyes smillie.....roll

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#23 Tue 15 Jan 13 8:41pm

Kye

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

yawn  wink  smile

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#24 Tue 15 Jan 13 8:52pm

Kye

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

wine~o wrote:

reported ...again...this idiot bot should have been banned by your moderators...it wouldn't happen on "other" sites...why is it allowed here???

'They' will get there one day. Unforunately we are lacking patience..I am anyway roll

How about a few very simple IQ tests for new loggers.

Name of famous river in London.
Are brussel spouts eaten by the Brits.
Name of the crappiest well read newspaper.

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#25 Tue 15 Jan 13 9:19pm

wine~o

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

Kye wrote:

wine~o wrote:

reported ...again...this idiot bot should have been banned by your moderators...it wouldn't happen on "other" sites...why is it allowed here???

'They' will get there one day. Unforunately we are lacking patience..I am anyway roll

How about a few very simple IQ tests for new loggers.

Name of famous river in London.
Are brussel spouts eaten by the Brits.
Name of the crappiest well read newspaper.

I have a real problem with your 3 rd question.... whistle


(have already suggested in another thread that the site gets rid of the "Captcha" sign up, which spam bots can now read...
On *another* forum we use a "Drag and drop" exercise, with 3 things needed to make a cup of tea....spam bots can't figure it ...yet...which leaves "human spammers", far easier to deal with... wink

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#26 Tue 15 Jan 13 9:28pm

wine~o

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

Oh, look Kye...your "reported" post has disappeared, along with the spam post....

......But not my "Me too" post..scratch head???

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#27 Wed 16 Jan 13 2:07pm

Thistledo

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

"Name of the crappiest well read newspaper."

Erm, I can't imagine  big_smile

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#28 Wed 16 Jan 13 3:03pm

wine~o

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

Thistledo wrote:

"Name of the crappiest well read newspaper."

Erm, I can't imagine  big_smile

May depend on your political standpoint....for me the crappiest would be the Daily Mail....closely followed by the Guardian hmm

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#29 Wed 16 Jan 13 3:17pm

Thistledo

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

wine-o, they're all out to sell their stuff and will go to great lengths to ensure the most eye catching headlines.

Once upon a time, they were good for wrapping up fish-n-chips, lol.

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#30 Wed 16 Jan 13 3:20pm

wine~o

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Re: MSG LINKED TO OBESITY

I wouldn't insult my Haddock by wrapping it in either of the above.... whistle

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