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(Permalink) Posted: June 27 2007,13:45   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ June 27 2007,13:41)
Quote (VMartin @ June 27 2007,13:34)

ok, now this idiot is trolling an actual thread about something NOT him.  What's more, the response to his idiocy is even in his own thread.

What are you babbling about cretin? What thread? Is it forbidden here to make fun of Meyers and Christine but it is reccomended to denigrate "Javison" in every post however you like? Calm down and go observe your colorful fish-ancestors in aquarium.

Poor widdle VMartin. So afraid to answer questions.

I don't WANT him to answer questions here.

total waste of fucking time.

I don't give a shit what he "thinks" (an oxymoron in his case), he obviously has nothing interesting to contribute, hasn't the slightest clue what he is talking about, and can serve as nothing but a distraction from actually discussing the real issues involved in studying signaling.

seriously, no offense, but if you want him to answer questions, take it back to the other thread.

"And the sea will grant each man new hope..."


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