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who sent that to me?

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      Yawn
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        not meant to be spam lol!!  you can get free trackers that do the same!!

        Yawn
        Participant

          not meant to be spam lol!!  you can get free trackers that do the same!!

          TinaR
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            Uh? Why don't  you just ask the sender? I have a variety of  e-mail addresses where I store different things on different host sites so I often send messages to people never thinking they don't know who it is…but all they have to do is ask and I'd be happy to share.

            Have you tried that ? I bet it works AND you don't need a tutorial !!  What kind of mail are you tracking anyway…secret spy stuff?? Porn? National Security secrets??? Tell us…or should WE TRACK YOU!!!!!  wink

             

              Yawn
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                And the winner of the most schrewd deflection isssssssss
                TinaR
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                  Huh?

                  Yawn
                  Participant

                    Never you mind Roxy!!

                    TinaR
                    Participant

                      Well, you may not know this…but I'm a mystery lover. Never me mind? Never ever gonna happen….  so, is it top secret? THAT is my favorite twist….

                      (oh, and quit calling me Roxy…you don't know me!  AND I HATE IT )

                      Yawn
                      Participant

                        Huh?

                        TinaR
                        Participant

                           Huh?  Wha? 

                          TinaR
                          Participant

                             Huh?  Wha? 

                            Yawn
                            Participant

                              Huh?

                              TinaR
                              Participant

                                Well, you may not know this…but I'm a mystery lover. Never me mind? Never ever gonna happen….  so, is it top secret? THAT is my favorite twist….

                                (oh, and quit calling me Roxy…you don't know me!  AND I HATE IT )

                                Yawn
                                Participant

                                  Never you mind Roxy!!

                                  TinaR
                                  Participant

                                    Huh?

                                    Yawn
                                    Participant
                                      And the winner of the most schrewd deflection isssssssss
                                    TinaR
                                    Participant

                                      Uh? Why don't  you just ask the sender? I have a variety of  e-mail addresses where I store different things on different host sites so I often send messages to people never thinking they don't know who it is…but all they have to do is ask and I'd be happy to share.

                                      Have you tried that ? I bet it works AND you don't need a tutorial !!  What kind of mail are you tracking anyway…secret spy stuff?? Porn? National Security secrets??? Tell us…or should WE TRACK YOU!!!!!  wink

                                       

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