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Posted by  Per Corell on April 14, 2003 at 00:04:14:

In Reply to:  Re: Has Society In General Become Anti-social? posted by Brujenn on April 13, 2003 at 20:16:16:

Hi
The web is a very educating place.
Now my guess is that Ken acturly ansver on a tread in a very different palce of the web, ---- this is my guess but you must know that anyone can take the name you want, and on Usenet you somtimes ask yourself if this tread is one person discussing as two ot tree persons, anyway It is not worth bothering why I think Ken have used another name in another discussion I participated, but there are a lead.
Now beside you can say I ask the trouble put upon this forum myself, I try to agrea my ignorance but I do not blame those who se this as a lame exchouse to even harder promote my obsession about new building methods, ------ beside my questions towerds specific architectural Icons will be seen by a few, as quite challancing.
Even then I been advised to concentrate my replies into fewer numbers and not focus on my own personal Pony beside I know that not just my limited number of english words and some bad spelling do upset others on usenet and web , -------- I try make it better, but again how many times have I used the word "I" in just this text.

 
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