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"This Welshman who is running this struggling Internet business..."
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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780

Posted: 6/16/2004 11:56:38 PM

By: The Hammer

"This Welshman who is running this struggling Internet business was trying for months to get his site noticed and visited to increase subscription to his “inner secret” of the financial world. The timing could not have been better. The NDC needed the political boost, and his Internet site need the attention. So what do they do together? Dug up some half baked story on his long time nemesis Dr. Keith Mitchell, and make it look like the crime of the century!"

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 6/17/2004 12:22:00 AM

By: Offshore Informant

After reading 'that' I decided that my half-baked theory of collusion between David and the NDP were so far off that I realized I didn't want to say anything further that might support the wrong side now. EVER! lol

Where do I sign, besides on my 'booking slip', David?

Paul Collin, Host



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