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Usenet Beavis writes:
Beavis, I hereby dispute the assertion that you can think.
Right Beavis. And a challenge advertises the fact that the sender is a
No, that's not much of a challenge at all.
I think that's a chance they're willing to take.
No they don't, stupid Beavis. Does AOL use them? Nope. Verizon? Nope.
Show me a mismanaged ISP that uses them and I'll show you one who has its
mail servers blacklisted for generating E-mail abuse.
What else do they tell you?
That's right. They belong to Bigfoot, right Beavis?
Your kookfarts have been rather weak lately, Beavis. You need to get back
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