hugh/mozzer 23rd went to the gig tonight! and no andy rourke messages?? hmmm

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Archibald

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The game

> andy ison may be a real person, but the one who posts here is hugh

> AS YOU WELL KNOW!

Moby,what are you playing at? Are you trying to wind up Morrissey the 23rd or are you stringing along this Freeyourself character? Setting him up maybe?

And please,spare me the "nebber" and "not me boss"

Andy has many aliases and also likes to give the impression she has many imposters when most are herself,but to say Moz the 23 rd is really her is so daft it must be a ruse known only to yourself.

I remember many months ago when you (and others) were saying that Johnny was Andy.

What happened to that little theory (game)?
 
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andrea ison aka hugh clark

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Re: The game

ahhhh, you are the other twat that replies to her are you not?

say no more
 
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Archibald

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Re: The game

> ahhhh, you are the other twat that replies to her are you not?

> say no more

Her? I thought you said she was a he.

And yes I do reply to HER because as I have said before I`m having a laugh with someone who is having a laugh.But SHE aint Hugh Clarke!
 
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andrea ison aka hugh clark

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Re: The game

> Her? I thought you said she was a he.

don't try to twist anything, you are making yourself even more obvious

> And yes I do reply to HER because as I have said before I`m having a laugh
> with someone who is having a laugh.But SHE aint Hugh Clarke!

and who were you before archibald? i look forward to you revealing who you
really are
 
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Archibald

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Re: The game

> don't try to twist anything, you are making yourself even more obvious

> and who were you before archibald? i look forward to you revealing who you
> really are

I`m only Archibald,no one else.I have in the past been others too (as have most here),but not now and not for some time.

I just wish this board would show ip addresses with messages as do some other forums then we wouldnt have this alias problem.Though I suppose that would spoil the fun for some here .Perhaps yourself for one?
 
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andrea ison aka hugh clark

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Re: The game

.Though I suppose that
> would spoil the fun for some here .Perhaps yourself for one?

i.p. addresses mean absolutely nothing, as you are well aware!

now don't try to convince me any further about who you are or are not,
i know that you know that i know!, you know!
 
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Archibald

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Re: The game

> i know that you know that i know!, you know!

Lol....okay.
 
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Grim O'Grady

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Re: The napoleon game

look it's napoleon (well one of his many alias's having a so called laugh), watch out Archy you're next in line to the Andy EI throne no doubt, mind you I've just set myself up to be crowned as well by replying to his nuttiness.

GrimO

> .Though I suppose that

> i.p. addresses mean absolutely nothing, as you are well aware!

> now don't try to convince me any further about who you are or are not,
> i know that you know that i know!, you know!
 
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thursday-pathetic

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Archibald, there IS a word...!

Yes, Archibald, as a matter of fact, there is! I've just made it up. Someone, call Webster's!

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Archibaldization
transitive verb
also: Arch·i·bald·at·ed, Arch·i·bald·at·ing, Arch·i·bald·ates

To assume the character or appearance of one's self, especially fraudulently: Archibaldate Morrissey.

To imitate the appearance, voice, or manner of; mimic: an entertainer who Archibaldates himself.

Archaic To embody one's self; personify one's self.

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Arch·i·bald·ation n.
Arch·i·bald·ator n.

see also: auto·im·per·son·ate (also a new word)
 
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Archibald

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Yes and it`s......

> Yes, Archibald, as a matter of fact, there is! I've just made it up.
> Someone, call Webster's!

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> Archibaldization
> transitive verb
> also: Arch·i·bald·at·ed, Arch·i·bald·at·ing, Arch·i·bald·ates

> To assume the character or appearance of one's self, especially
> fraudulently: Archibaldate Morrissey.

> To imitate the appearance, voice, or manner of; mimic: an entertainer who
> Archibaldates himself.

> Archaic To embody one's self; personify one's self.

>
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> Arch·i·bald·ation n.
> Arch·i·bald·ator n.

> see also: auto·im·per·son·ate (also a new word)

Good one,lol,but I was thinking more of "Isonate" myself.
 
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