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was John Ehrlichman banned?

 

No. He was here, now he's not. there is nothing else to it. I realise that this will bring up more questions, but they are unnecessary. refer to the going offline thread or something and you will find a sort of answer to the question you seek the answer to.

 

heh ...

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Yes, I hope someone with a little more backstory can shed some light. I really hate to put on my thinfoil thinking cap and start speculating. But I 'm sure je would be immensly amused by it.

 

Surely, the nsa must have infiltrated the watmm managment by now... ;P

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I KNOW WHY HE WAS BANNED


IT WAS NOT JOHNS, JOYREX OR ANY OF THE MODS DECISION

I CAN NOT SAY MORE

I CAN ONLY GIVE YOU THIS


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I KNOW WHY HE WAS BANNED

 

 

IT WAS NOT JOHNS, JOYREX OR ANY OF THE MODS DECISION

 

I CAN NOT SAY MORE

 

I CAN ONLY GIVE YOU THIS

 

 

5 4 5 3 5

4 B O N U S 2

3 O N U S B 4

2 N U S B O 2

1 U S B O N 1

2 S B O N U 1

4 5 3 3 1

SHARE BEFORE THIS POST GETS DELETED

 

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