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Tramadol
Mini me
gayeld

I don't think you're doing it right when you spam people trying to get them to click on a link for something (a drug, I presume,) and they don't have the foggiest notion what that is.

I could probably look it up on the internet (it's not like I'm not obviously here,) but I found it more entertaining to look up the Spammer's IP address (somewhere in the Ukraine.) 

Then I followed that up by looking up the IP address the person I'd never heard of who friended me on LJ and then about a week later wanted to know if I knew two sisters by the name of Kelly and Cassia Collier. (Somewhere in Iraq.  Too bad I deleted all of Kelly's messages, because I think she mentioned someone was going to Iraq.)

Gee, no, never heard of them.  And I totally believe that it's just a coincidence that you just happened to create a brand new LJ account and go searching for reference to my darling, deeply loved, (totally legally not related to me! *waves adoption papers*) half-sisters just after dear, sweet (obviously off her medication) KC (not from KC) happened to send me a bizillion facebook messages in the middle of the night.

Can you block someone on LJ like you can on FB?

I have Safety Training in 10 minutes. I makes me cranky.


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I knew there was a reason I kept you on staff!

So, basically, you can't stop someone from putting you on their friends list. But as long as you don't friend them as well, they can't see your friends only posts. That was my main concern with the sudden influx of interested people.

Can I have a raise? And more vacation time?


And I think so, yes.

Consider both doubled.

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