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radixand commented on the word .net programmer india
Radix web is an offshore software development company in India which offers offshore software outsourcing software application development & Custom Web Application Development Services, IT outsourcing services, system programming. Also offer dedicated programmers & developers & consultant in PHP,ASP.net, Dotnet,ROR,C#,Vb.Net.(rndinfo.com)
August 26, 2008
radixand commented on the word .net programmers india
Radix web is an offshore software development company in India which offers offshore software outsourcing software application development & Custom Web Application Development Services, IT outsourcing services, system programming. Also offer dedicated programmers & developers & consultant in PHP,ASP.net, Dotnet,ROR,C#,Vb.Net.
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chained_bear commented on the user radixand
Well, if he/she just figured out how Wordie works, enough to delete the list anyway, then he/she might want to come back and play, you know, Wordie games.
August 27, 2008
reesetee commented on the user radixand
Onward!Wait, you want radixand back?
If anyone can remember their priceless contributions from yesterday/last night, please add them to this list.Again, Radixand, if you come back and play with us, we aren't mean, we swear!
So radixand is an active human spammer. Oh, this puts a whole new twist on things....*evil laugh*
Damn. Do you think we can re-create our genius? Because I'll start an open Spammity list, if we want to try. I mean, all those words are still out there in Wordieternity, right? Mwahahaha...P.S. Does this mean we out-spammed a spammer?! This is a feather in our cap, for certes!P.P.S. Radixand, if you'd like to come back and hang out with us, please do! You are more than welcome! (Just don't bring any spam—apparently we all have more than enough.)
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john commented on the user radixand
Ha! Dang, all that phenomenal Wordie Treatment, down the drain.I guess this underlines a point revealed a few days ago, which I had forgotten: comments on lists are vulnerable. They can be deleted by the list owner, or the entire list can be deleted, as I guess our friend radixand chose to do (why, radixand? why?).Comments on words are, I think, more or less forever. Or at least their fate is controlled by the commenter.
Oh dude! Dude! It's all gone! Where's my beloved spam?
gangerh commented on the user radixand
Yes, we have no spamamas.
Which well-known offshore web developer was recently convicted of embedding illegal spam relay bots in their end products?
Spam spam SPAM, spammity spam!
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