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Old 10-26-2011, 10:54 AM   #461
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I didn't read the other 400 gazillion posts---but where the heck is cutefuzzybunny these days??
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Old 10-26-2011, 12:52 PM   #462
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Well thanks for that Nords.
Next up, JG..
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Old 10-26-2011, 02:13 PM   #463
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Well thanks for that Nords.
Next up, JG..
Banned for life.

I've been using Google Alerts to track his letters to the editors of various newspapers & magazines. He hadn't changed a bit...

His last letter was at least six months ago, but presumably Google Alerts would trigger on obituaries too.
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Old 10-26-2011, 05:19 PM   #464
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I've been using Google Alerts to track his letters to the editors of various newspapers & magazines. He hadn't changed a bit...
Whattaya do all day, indeed...

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His last letter was at least six months ago, but presumably Google Alerts would trigger on obituaries too.
That's reassuring...
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Old 10-27-2011, 01:03 AM   #465
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Whattaya do all day, indeed...
That's reassuring...
Well, I'd rather let Google do the work for me while I'm surfing.

But his musings & missives have the same entertainment value as they always did, except that the editorial websites are a lot less likely to moderate the outraged responses of the other readers...
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:08 PM   #466
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Well, I'd rather let Google do the work for me while I'm surfing.

But his musings & missives have the same entertainment value as they always did, except that the editorial websites are a lot less likely to moderate the outraged responses of the other readers...
Do you do the same for the Hoc-meister? 'cause I'd like to send flowers if, you know....
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Old 10-31-2011, 10:44 AM   #467
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Do you do the same for the Hoc-meister? 'cause I'd like to send flowers if, you know....
... he goes back to work?

Um, no.

Hoc-meister's name returns too many hits, even if you add keywords. Even then he's splashed himself around the Internet in way more places than JG, yet oddly enough his volume still doesn't distill down to even a fraction of JG's pithy platitudes.

I keep track of JG to see how the train wreck is proceeding. In Hoc's case, there's nothing left to watch...
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Banned for life.

I've been using Google Alerts to track his letters to the editors of various newspapers & magazines. He hadn't changed a bit...

His last letter was at least six months ago, but presumably Google Alerts would trigger on obituaries too.
Just saw one dated september 8.
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Hoc-meister's name returns too many hits, even if you add keywords. Even then he's splashed himself around the Internet in way more places than JG, yet oddly enough his volume still doesn't distill down to even a fraction of JG's pithy platitudes.

I keep track of JG to see how the train wreck is proceeding. In Hoc's case, there's nothing left to watch...
This sort of thing makes me feel very fortunate that I have no idea who you're talking about.
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Old 10-31-2011, 04:21 PM   #470
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This sort of thing makes me feel very fortunate that I have no idea who you're talking about.
You are absolutely right.

I won't even post the links on this board for fear of attracting its attention. But if you want to know more then I can send you a PM.

The rest of you got the hint, right? Nobody's going to post any links that'll bring this brain-eating zombie back to life, OK?
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For lack of better things to do, I decided to revive this longest-running bacon thread.

Here's something new for you: bacon-shaped bandaids!

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