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Exclamation Multiple Signons - Knotaloud, lurkette, etc

To ALL members:

It is very frustrating that I must even write this.

You are not allowed to sign in under multiple names. You have one. Live with it and stick with it. What you say and do in this forum will continue to help you or hinder you permanently.

Let me say this again, you are not allowed multiple sign-ons. If you fail to comply with this we will ban you - likely permanently. THis has recently happened with Knotaloud, Lurkette, Guesser, and Nodoubt who all appear to be the same person. You WILL use only one sign in - and that will be Knotaloud. That is it. If you continue to sign in under other alias I will ban you. The decision to permanently ban you now rest with the management of Sailnet.

I feel you have intentionally violated the rules of this site to incite anger amongst the members. That is unacceptable and has caused me alone considerable frusration and aggarvation. I cannot imagine the frustration it has caused other members.

I will let this be a warning to all:

IT WILL NOT BE ALLOWED! PERIOD.

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I'm also US25 and PG13
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THen you use 1 signon. That is knotaloud. Do you understand???

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I'm also US25...
I figured as much. I changed my avitar for the occasion.



CD- Thank you for getting to the bottom of this.

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nice avatar hate monger!

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nice avatar hate monger!

(kidding)
Thanks Sapper!

One day i'll learn how to spell "Avatar"

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Has anyone else noted, that according to his profile, Knotaloud is 17 years old and thus, acting accordingly? Not excusing his behavior by any means, I certainly didn't act like a jackass when I was 17, nor do most 17 year olds. but just letting y'all in on the exact amount of effort you should put in here.

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I'm also suspicious of him having other sign on names... have they all been figured out?

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I'm also suspicious of him having other sign on names... have they all been figured out?
I started a thread about sailing with dogs under the guise of "noclue", but it was a joke and I was not hiding anything.
Phew! I feel better already.

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Then again, it's been pointed out that we should not believe someone who lies about their identity--who's to say their profile is true either? I withdraw my earlier comment.

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