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____/ Sinister Midget on Saturday 27 December 2008 15:20 : \____
> On 2008-12-27, Erik Funkenbusch <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> claimed:
>> On Fri, 26 Dec 2008 20:25:54 -0800 (PST), nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>> The thing you fail to realize Roy, is that *YOU* egage in exactly the same
>>>> behavior you pretend to loathe.
>>> You mean....writing letters to the editor using the names of dead
>> You miscarachterize the event. The letters were written with the people's
>> permission while they were alive, they were then sent to them to sign, but
>> dying before they could sign them and mail them. Family members crossed out
>> the dead relatives name and signed them in their own names.
>> The actual account is here:
>> "Utah officials found two of the pre-fab letters bore the typed names of
>> dead people. Those names had been crossed out by family members who signed
>> for them"
> HA HA HA HA!
> Here's some more for you if you think that was the extent of it:
ErikFu revisionist detector deltdown.
Don't let James Plamondon's buddies rewrite the news:
Microsoft’s Antitrust Case (Litigation)
The Los Angeles Times reported that at least two dead people sent a form
letter by CAGW opposing the antitrust case against Microsoft to Utah Attorney
General Mark Shurtleff. According to the Times, family members crossed out the
names on the form letters and signed for them. This brought about
the “Microsoft Supported by Dead People” controversy from Microsoft’s and
CAGW’s opponents and the CAGW’s response that they were not tied to Microsoft
or to ATL.
The "letters from the dead" incidents are well documented.
~~ Best of wishes
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