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who sent that to me?

Forums General Melanoma Community 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!!

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

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      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

       

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        Yawn
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        And the winner of the most schrewd deflection isssssssss

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        TinaR
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        Huh?

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        Yawn
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        Never you mind Roxy!!

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        TinaR
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        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 )

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        Yawn
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        Huh?

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        TinaR
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         Huh?  Wha? 

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        TinaR
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         Huh?  Wha? 

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        Yawn
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        Huh?

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        TinaR
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        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 )

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        Yawn
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        Never you mind Roxy!!

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        TinaR
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        Huh?

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        Yawn
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        And the winner of the most schrewd deflection isssssssss

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      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

       

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