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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Frustrated ()
Date: August 03, 2009 02:20PM

I was surprised to find out that this site is being used by more and more smaller business. I didn't even know about this site until my son told me about the job interview that he had been on and how the employers used this site instead of doing a criminal background check. The guy told him that it was "cheaper" becasue it was after all just a part-time job working in a candy store. My son thankfully brought in the court documents and showed it to him and explained what happened.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: August 03, 2009 02:22PM

Bullshit. Anybody can go to the Virginia courts website and look at his offenses. Who the fuck would use a message board as a background check?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: August 03, 2009 02:23PM

Hopefully "real" employers aren't relying on this list. It only covers arrests made by Fairfax County cops... if someone was up on murder charges from PW county or Fairfax City, or if a state cop made the arrest, it wouldn't show here.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Frustrated ()
Date: August 03, 2009 02:42PM

You are correct "pgens". Real employers will go the right route. This site is being used just by local employers for part-time jobs in the Fairfax area. That and local managers who work for these small businessess familiar with this site. I'm talking 17 - 20 year olds looking for part time work while going to school. Not murders, rapists, armed robbers, etc. Yes, I know some kids are - but that's not what I was referring to. Thanks.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: August 03, 2009 02:48PM

And you specifically know that this employer went to Fairfax Underground for a background check?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Frustrated ()
Date: August 03, 2009 03:23PM

Yes "eesh" I am positive. My son went on the interview and he was told by the manager that's where he went and found out about the charges against my son. It didn't give him the dispostions of the charges just what he was charged with. Now on the application he was asked if he had ever been convicted of any criminal or felony charges and he wasn't. He was charged with misdameanors.

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heritage
Posted by: thecabbyman ()
Date: August 17, 2009 10:14PM

now dont get mad all but mexicans can be proud of their heritage blacks can be proud of theirs but if a white man is proud of his heritage its called predijest now isnt that politcaly incorrect

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Re: heritage
Posted by: youphkinidioit ()
Date: August 18, 2009 02:46AM

Ok im going to sound a little predijest here. But what would not stop them from spraying poision chem trails on all the 3word blacks in nirobie, or kinya, where they are really over populated. first.? Is not the Illum very predijest? After all wasnt the aids virus impossed on them? to wipe them out..? And i wouldn dought if the Illum had something to do with that to...

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: ITRADE ()
Date: August 18, 2009 08:58AM

Can somebody translate this into English? Ktnxbai.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: bloody blisters ()
Date: August 19, 2009 12:44AM

no i think that is impossible. even I am speechless.

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Re: heritage
Posted by: Thurston Moore ()
Date: August 25, 2009 03:41AM

youphkinidioit Wrote:
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> Ok im going to sound a little predijest
> here. But what would not stop them from
> spraying poision chem trails on all the 3word
> blacks in nirobie, or kinya, where they are
> really over populated. first.? Is not the
> Illum very predijest? After all wasnt the
> aids virus impossed on them? to wipe them
> out..? And i wouldn dought if the Illum had
> something to do with that to...


I used to work in retail in high school, I think I can translate this.

Apparently third world nairobians and kenyans are over populated, and the illuminati is spraying poison chemicals into the exhaust gases of intercontinental airliners, in order to kill them off. The aids virus, after all, was imposed on them to wipe them out.

Yes, this is common. When you combine a very low hourly wage with lots of huffing paint and smoking cheap low-grade weed, you end up with this sort of shit.

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Re: heritage
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: August 25, 2009 03:52AM

This entire post is a quote from some radical forum called "World of Prophecy"
"King James Tells of the Coming King"

http://www.worldofprophecy.com/smf/index.php?PHPSESSID=9f030c34eee04f08ac335d77ba90602e&topic=2034.40

Anyone know what the fuck anyone is talking about in the linked thread?

youphkinidioit Wrote:
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> Ok im going to sound a little predijest
> here. But what would not stop them from
> spraying poision chem trails on all the 3word
> blacks in nirobie, or kinya, where they are
> really over populated. first.? Is not the
> Illum very predijest? After all wasnt the
> aids virus impossed on them? to wipe them
> out..? And i wouldn dought if the Illum had
> something to do with that to...

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Re: heritage
Posted by: Thurston Moore ()
Date: August 25, 2009 04:15AM

Harry Tuttle Wrote:
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> This entire post is a quote from some radical
> forum called "World of Prophecy"
> "King James Tells of the Coming King"
>
> http://www.worldofprophecy.com/smf/index.php?PHPSE
> SSID=9f030c34eee04f08ac335d77ba90602e&topic=2034.4
> 0
>
> Anyone know what the fuck anyone is talking about
> in the linked thread?
>

One of the comments on that thread:


Yep, if they wanted to protect us from uv rays then why didn't they inform us before they started, why not consult with the public, and why keep it a secret and deny things.

If they wanted to protect us from the uv rays, someone propsed they could place satellites in space holding dishes that would block the sun's uv rays (like giant sunglasses). Spraying anything in the atmosphere at the rate they're doing it is ludicrous especially since they're all complaining about dying species, its like throwing more fire on fire.

Wouldn't it be best to simulate nature ie add more (real) clouds into the atmosphere, clouds that can pour real rain that crops would feed on. But nah these greenpeace people decided its best to stop all forrest burning to protect the trees. Thats a scam since all the ancients eg the aboriginies used to purposely burn entire bushes once a year. Burning the bushes and trees doesn't kill them, infact it induces nature to regenerte and grow more. The smoke produced heats up the atmosphere above and causes the clouds to come to rain. Nowadays here, most of the rain falls only near the coastal cities, hardly ever in the mountains where its needed and where our dam is. Why does it only rain near and on the cities, because thats where all the humidity is due to our polution. But they stopped the natural polution due to forrest fires, thats why it doesn't rain where its needed.



I don't know how to translate that one. But I have a feeling the person who wrote that comment also posted this video:



The only thing I can really say about this is that it is readily apparent that you need to be really bad at spelling to even be involved in this little sub-species sect of chemtrail enthusiasts. They make the death panel and birther nutcases seem like mensa candidates.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/25/2009 04:17AM by Thurston Moore.

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Felony Rights in Virginia
Posted by: Citizen Q ()
Date: September 10, 2009 09:39AM

What rights will a convicted felon lose in the State of Virginia say for distribution of pot? I assume the right to vote, own a hand gun, have a professional license (like electrician or plumber). But I also heard they get a restriction to social security benefits? Where can you find the complete list?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: September 10, 2009 10:04AM

The convicted felon has already lost rights due to the felony conviction, I don't see where proceeding to distribute pot would lose the person any more rights.

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Re: Felony Rights in Virginia
Posted by: mighty mouse ()
Date: September 10, 2009 01:03PM

I think the question is what is the list. Sounds like citizen is guessing on which rights are lost. I do not believe the social security rights are lost? It was you money in the first place but I could be wrong.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: September 10, 2009 02:50PM

Then the question should be what rights are lost with any felony conviction in Virginia.

If only there was a place on the Interwebz where questions can be posted, and the asker gets a list of possible places to look, all without additional human involvement...

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Thurston Moore ()
Date: September 10, 2009 10:35PM

pgens Wrote:
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> Then the question should be what rights are lost
> with any felony conviction in Virginia.
>
> If only there was a place on the Interwebz where
> questions can be posted, and the asker gets a list
> of possible places to look, all without additional
> human involvement...


I hear there's this place called "gaggle" or something. Google? No, wait, maybe it's Giggle.

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The function of conservatives is not to meet every liberal program or scheme with a denunciation or a destructive counterscheme, but rather to weigh its advantages and defects, supporting the first and challenging the second. A declaration of ideological warfare against liberalism is by its nature profoundly unconservative. It meets perceived radicalism with a counterradicalism of its own.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: breal ()
Date: October 06, 2009 05:48AM

bump

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: omgosh ()
Date: October 06, 2009 05:56AM

u fucking idiot it is a sticky thread. it never leaves the top there is no point in bumping

breal Wrote:
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> bump

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: October 06, 2009 07:14AM

omgosh Wrote:
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> u fucking idiot it is a sticky thread. it never
> leaves the top there is no point in bumping
>
> breal Wrote:
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> > bump


LOL

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: bump in the night ()
Date: October 15, 2009 04:08PM

omgosh Wrote:
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> u fucking idiot it is a sticky thread. it never
> leaves the top there is no point in bumping
>
> breal Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > bump


Bump

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Thurston Moore ()
Date: October 16, 2009 05:43AM



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The function of conservatives is not to meet every liberal program or scheme with a denunciation or a destructive counterscheme, but rather to weigh its advantages and defects, supporting the first and challenging the second. A declaration of ideological warfare against liberalism is by its nature profoundly unconservative. It meets perceived radicalism with a counterradicalism of its own.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: FU Archivist ()
Date: October 30, 2009 04:11PM

I rescued this very interesting article from a pile of old newspapers my grandfather was getting ready to throw away.

Just this one line for now. Will scan and post the entirety when I have time.

Quote:

When asked how well the "rules" he has set up for his webpage comport with his libertarian outlook, Wiedemann replied,
"By all means break the rules, and break them beautifully, deliberately and well. That is one of the ends for which they exist."

–From "Meet Cary Wiedemann" by Ari Cetron, Fairfax Connection, June 1, 2005

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: © ()
Date: January 01, 2010 09:33PM

I think Cary was very smart with that statement. Who wants to admin a site full of middle age suburban parents discussing the latest PTA meeting? It must be a lot more fun combating the deviants on here

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Clifton ()
Date: February 11, 2010 12:02PM

Hello Cary,
I would like to request that Clifton gets its own Specific City/Town Forum spot. It is on the list of such, but it is one of the few towns/areas listed that does not have an actual discussion forum in place. To strengthen my argument, there appears to be no other individual town or area that gets as much discussion as Clifton does. We could really use a dedicated spot for discussing our town.
Thanks for everything.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: ads ()
Date: February 11, 2010 04:57PM

ban that haha@aol douche already

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: movingtoclifton ()
Date: February 19, 2010 08:26PM

I'd like to also request a specific Clifton forum as well .... in the meantime, does anyone have perspective on what the commute to DC is like coming from Clifton via Henderson Rd? thanks

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: bloody blisters ()
Date: February 19, 2010 08:27PM

3 days if there is minimal traffic.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Elle Diabla ()
Date: February 22, 2010 03:21PM

Dear Cary,

I request admin privileges.

I can wait a month or so for activation, but that's about it. My time is precious.

Thanks!


Love,

Elle

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: bloody blisters ()
Date: March 01, 2010 01:25AM

Elle Diabla Wrote:
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> Dear Cary,
>
> I request admin privileges.
>
> I can wait a month or so for activation, but
> that's about it. My time is precious.
>
> Thanks!
>
>
> Love,
>
> Elle


get in line honey bunny.


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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Elle Diabla ()
Date: March 01, 2010 04:53PM

You tards are serious?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: L-o-ELLE ()
Date: March 01, 2010 04:56PM

Elle Diabla Wrote:
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> You tards are serious?


HAHAHA

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: NAIJA MAN ()
Date: March 02, 2010 06:52PM

HEY NAIJA MAN HERE

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Date: March 02, 2010 07:34PM

Vince hat ihn verloren

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Anonymous1 ()
Date: March 24, 2010 03:55PM

I think this site was a good idea, but maybe you need to moderate it. It seems that it has been infiltrated by a bunch of ignorant morons that have nothing of value to offer.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: March 24, 2010 04:04PM

Way to break the mold...

Anonymous1 Wrote:
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> I think this site was a good idea, but maybe you
> need to moderate it. It seems that it has been
> infiltrated by a bunch of ignorant morons that
> have nothing of value to offer.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: April 02, 2010 08:00PM

Cary,

I recommend adding "multiple usernames" to the list of things you moderate.

A lot of the useless, unproductive bullshit and flame wars that appear on here stem from the "one user, many names" thing. I came in on the tail end of a time when groups of people on this site would meet up in person. Now, every new user is regarded with the utmost suspicion, and the unfounded accusations of everyone being the same person have gotten real old.

If someone wants to be an anonymous troll, fine. But, people register names to establish identity. There are very few legitimate reasons for using multiple names. New users could be discouraged from registering or using the site because of this melodramatic horseshit.

And that's all I have to say about that.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. ()
Date: April 02, 2010 10:02PM

MrMephisto Wrote:
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> Cary,
>
> I recommend adding "multiple usernames" to the
> list of things you moderate.
>
> A lot of the useless, unproductive bullshit and
> flame wars that appear on here stem from the "one
> user, many names" thing. I came in on the tail
> end of a time when groups of people on this site
> would meet up in person. Now, every new user is
> regarded with the utmost suspicion, and the
> unfounded accusations of everyone being the same
> person have gotten real old.
>
> If someone wants to be an anonymous troll, fine.
> But, people register names to establish identity.
> There are very few legitimate reasons for using
> multiple names. New users could be discouraged
> from registering or using the site because of this
> melodramatic horseshit.
>
> And that's all I have to say about that.

What about the users living with family, or roommates, who all enjoy using this site? How do you propose Cary distinguish between one person, using multiple registered names, and a family? Would you deny the members of the family the right to establish their own online identity? One registered name per household hardly seems fair.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: April 02, 2010 10:34PM

LMAO




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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: April 03, 2010 01:35AM

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Wrote:
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> What about the users living with family, or
> roommates, who all enjoy using this site? How do
> you propose Cary distinguish between one person,
> using multiple registered names, and a family?
> Would you deny the members of the family the right
> to establish their own online identity? One
> registered name per household hardly seems fair.

Read what I wrote. I said there are few legitimate reasons. The vast majority are not legitimate reasons.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Alias ()
Date: April 03, 2010 02:04AM

Washington is Harry?

No.... no, no, no.

no.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Lt. Dan ()
Date: April 03, 2010 06:14AM

MrMephisto Wrote:
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> Read what I wrote. I said there are few
> legitimate reasons. The vast majority are not
> legitimate reasons.

Read what I wrote. I am wondering how you expect Cary to differentiate between the legitimate and illegitimate uses of multiple names per household. What kind of moderation do you propose?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: April 03, 2010 12:03PM

Lt. Dan Wrote:
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> Read what I wrote. I am wondering how you expect
> Cary to differentiate between the legitimate and
> illegitimate uses of multiple names per household.
> What kind of moderation do you propose?

I don't know how he would do it, honestly. I don't know the technical details of how Phorum works, or what information he sees as the admin.

What I do know is, many newly-registered names get this response to their initial postings:

http://www.fairfaxunderground.com/forum/read/40/329285/329381.html#msg-329381

http://www.fairfaxunderground.com/forum/read/40/329736/329736.html#msg-329736

... and this theme pops up way too often:

http://www.fairfaxunderground.com/forum/read/40/329285/329315.html#msg-329315

I'm just making a suggestion that I think could help the board overall.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: April 03, 2010 03:33PM

Maybe there could be a designated "Net Sleuth" thread?

Someone could say something like "Elle Diabla HAS to be MrMephisto... in the dining room, with a revolver".

Then, if (and only if) one of the suspects consents, Cary could confirm or deny the suspicion.

A simple "Yes" or "No"... No personal information need be revealed.

It could be like a Fairfax Underground Exclusive game. As long as the whole thing was confined to one thread, it wouldn't be so annoying.

And, to keep Cary from having to work extra hard for this little game, the answers could be revealed once a week... or once a month.

Whaddaya say, guys?

Signatures are for fags

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Alias ()
Date: April 04, 2010 01:05AM

What if.....

eesh invites me over to watch him model his new summer bathing trunks? After the show, we start laughing about some FFXU shenanigans and before we know it, our laptops are open and we're both posting.

A sleuth accuses us of being the same person. If I agree to the IP check, Cary will say I'm eesh. If I refuse, the sleuth will assume I'm admitting guilt. So, either way, I become eesh...... and I'm a man again. How many sex changes can a person go through?



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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: April 04, 2010 04:18PM

Love the hyp-sit, Alias. That's how problems get solved.

Alias Wrote:
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> What if.....
>
> eesh invites me over to watch him model his new
> summer bathing trunks? After the show, we start
> laughing about some FFXU shenanigans and before
> we know it, our laptops are open and we're both
> posting.
>
> A sleuth accuses us of being the same person. If
> I agree to the IP check, Cary will say I'm eesh.

I'm sure Cary could see that a majority of your posts don't come from eesh's house. I bet hardly anyone uses the same IP EVERY TIME. Just because you post from the same location once in a while doesn't make you that person.

> If I refuse, the sleuth will assume I'm admitting
> guilt.

Pleading the fifth amendment in real life isn't the same as admitting guilt... The same rules apply in FU Net Sleuth. Although, it doesn't help to clear your good e-name.

Besides, the beauty of the "Only one person of the suspected party needs to consent" system is that even if you don't feel like consenting, eesh might... Assuming you two are actually different people.

> So, either way, I become eesh...... and
> I'm a man again. How many sex changes can a person
> go through?

Naw, Cary is smart enough to figure out that you guys post at the same time from different locations more frequently than not... Again, assuming you two ARE actually different people.

Even if you were declared "eesh", it would only be discussed in the Net Sleuth thread. As soon as Net Sleuth is implemented, all discussions about posters' identities need to take place inside the Net Sleuth thread. Identity discussions outside the thread would be as egregious an offense as posting spam, porn, and/or DoS attacks.

Signatures are for fags

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Alias ()
Date: April 04, 2010 11:29PM

Harry Tuttle Wrote:
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> Love the hyp-sit, Alias.

I knew you would.

> That's how problems get
> solved.

I'm what you call a problem solver.


> Alias Wrote:
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> > What if.....
> >
> > eesh invites me over to watch him model his new
> > summer bathing trunks? After the show, we start
> > laughing about some FFXU shenanigans and before
> > we know it, our laptops are open and we're both
> > posting.
> >
> > A sleuth accuses us of being the same person.
> > If I agree to the IP check, Cary will say I'm
> eesh.

> I'm sure Cary could see that a majority of your
> posts don't come from eesh's house. I bet hardly
> anyone uses the same IP EVERY TIME. Just because
> you post from the same location once in a while
> doesn't make you that person.

That's a relief since I'm posting from a different location right now.

> > If I refuse, the sleuth will assume I'm admitting
> > guilt.

> Pleading the fifth amendment in real life isn't
> the same as admitting guilt... The same rules
> apply in FU Net Sleuth. Although, it doesn't help
> to clear your good e-name.

Thanks for clearing that up.

> Besides, the beauty of the "Only one person of the
> suspected party needs to consent" system is that
> even if you don't feel like consenting, eesh
> might... Assuming you two are actually different
> people.

But, what if we're not?

> > So, either way, I become eesh...... and
> > I'm a man again. How many sex changes can a
> > person go through?

> Naw, Cary is smart enough to figure out that you
> guys post at the same time from different
> locations more frequently than not...

Are you sure about that?

> Again,
> assuming you two ARE actually different people.

And, therein lies the dilemma.

> Even if you were declared "eesh", it would only be
> discussed in the Net Sleuth thread. As soon as Net
> Sleuth is implemented, all discussions about
> posters' identities need to take place inside the
> Net Sleuth thread. Identity discussions outside
> the thread would be as egregious an offense as
> posting spam, porn, and/or DoS attacks.

Ok, I'm on board!

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Walt Landor ()
Date: April 30, 2010 04:33PM

Here's the final, Cary.

It's been great working with you on this project.

You know where to send payment.
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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Walt Landor ()
Date: April 30, 2010 04:34PM

Hey, am I too late for this?
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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: May 01, 2010 06:08AM

Haha! That's funny, mate. You're, most definitely, too late..

I think all the FU participants got screwed... Look at the winner.


NOT IMPRESSED!

Walt Landor Wrote:
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> Hey, am I too late for this?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Walt ()
Date: May 01, 2010 02:19PM

It's not the clothes, it's how you wear them.

And I think Clifton has just brought sexy back.
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Charges
Posted by: Charles Chan ()
Date: June 02, 2010 03:49PM

What are the charges against me, for my warrant for the arrest. Send it to my Email Thank You.

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Re: Charges
Posted by: h8 tint ()
Date: June 03, 2010 01:21PM

Charles Chan Wrote:
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> What are the charges against me, for my warrant
> for the arrest. Send it to my Email Thank You.

You sir are the worst kind of offender this county knows. You are a window tinter, and a repeat tinter at that. Repeat offenders like you should have the book thrown at them, be locked up for a good long time. Three strikes and you are out!

What gives you the right to think you can tint more that the rest of us. Can you imagine the chaos that would ensue if everyone thought they should have as dark a windows as you? Shame on you Charlie Chan, shame on you!

"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","018"," 6520","SUNNY HILL ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","06/02/2008","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","018"," 6520","SUNNY HILL ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","08/11/2008","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","018"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","10/16/2008","45-49MPH/25MPH ZONE "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","019"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/09/2009","GENERAL RECKLESS DRIVING "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","FAIL PAY FULL TIME & ATTENTION "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS "
"CHAN ","CHARLES "," ","020"," 6520","SUNNY HILLS ","CT","MCLEAN ","VA","01/08/2010","TINTED WINDOWS

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: June 03, 2010 01:39PM

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Wrote:
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> What about the users living with family, or
> roommates, who all enjoy using this site? How do
> you propose Cary distinguish between one person,
> using multiple registered names, and a family?
> Would you deny the members of the family the right
> to establish their own online identity? One
> registered name per household hardly seems fair.

How about only one asshole poster per house? If you have more than one you ban the house. Why else would using more than one username attract attention?

I'd agree with the proposal if anonymous postings went away, otherwise there isn't really a practical difference between more than one registered name vs a registered name + anon names, or many anon names.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: k ()
Date: June 10, 2010 04:53PM

yes i got a whole bunch off bad charges but 90 percent of them were dropped won or dissmissed im meant i got charged with assault on a law officer but never assuaalted and won the case . its still on my record same with alot of charges seriously this is damaging my life i need help . i want the web owner to relist and have a update . my email is grdaballa@hotmail.com let me know if u can help

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: k ()
Date: June 10, 2010 04:56PM

its not on my record but its still on this web. so thanks for helping someone that always had a pure heart and good intentions and yeah i slipped into a problem with drinking which im manging for the past 6 months . and i learned and if som1 doest learn they will forever lost

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: June 10, 2010 10:02PM

k Wrote:
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> yes i got a whole bunch off bad charges but 90
> percent of them were dropped won or dissmissed im
> meant i got charged with assault on a law officer
> but never assuaalted and won the case . its still
> on my record same with alot of charges seriously
> this is damaging my life i need help . i want the
> web owner to relist and have a update . my email
> is grdaballa@hotmail.com let me know if u can help




How is this site "seriously damaging" your life?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: June 11, 2010 04:18PM

Dude, seriously? This poor guy has been manging for SIX WHOLE MONTHS! That is a SERIOUS problem, proven by real science...

You getting the picture yet, douchebag?

Death to Fairfax Underground! NOT IN MY BACKYARD, FELLAS!

eesh Wrote:
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> How is this site "seriously damaging" your life?

Signatures are for fags

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: June 11, 2010 04:22PM

Big words from a sewer chewer.

Cherish those who seek the truth but beware of those who find it.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: flusher ()
Date: June 12, 2010 12:31PM

eesh Wrote:
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> Big words from a sewer chewer.


Takes one to know one.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: ZT ()
Date: June 22, 2010 03:48PM

How can I get my personal information from not showing in this site?
this is violating my privacy and I would like it to be remove.
Thank you

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: klo ()
Date: June 22, 2010 04:19PM

ZT Wrote:
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> How can I get my personal information from not
> showing in this site?
> this is violating my privacy and I would like it
> to be remove.
> Thank you

try not getting arrested.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: ZT ()
Date: June 22, 2010 04:51PM

is not about getting arrested or not case
is about privacy information being shared in the web without any consent.
not only name is posted , but address, sex, age,

Do you know how many maniacs are in there?
Plus, not all arrests are crimes, some are worst than others or viceversa.
By being arrested one time does not mean you are guilty.
Also,if you lose a court case it can be because you had a bad lawyer.

So don't judge people for a record. Of course it says a lot, but it doesn't say enough of that person until you really know them.

site is violating user's privacy information.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: ZT ()
Date: June 22, 2010 05:14PM

personal information can be easily be collected from this site and can address future harm as personal identity stolen. Not only at financial level, but in other levels as well.

anybody, who knows how to get personal information remove from this site please let me know

thank you

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: arrest records ()
Date: June 22, 2010 08:16PM

ZT Wrote:
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> is not about getting arrested or not case
> is about privacy information being shared in the
> web without any consent.
> not only name is posted , but address, sex, age,
>
> Do you know how many maniacs are in there?
> Plus, not all arrests are crimes, some are worst
> than others or viceversa.
> By being arrested one time does not mean you are
> guilty.
> Also,if you lose a court case it can be because
> you had a bad lawyer.
>
> So don't judge people for a record. Of course it
> says a lot, but it doesn't say enough of that
> person until you really know them.
>
> site is violating user's privacy information.


Public information is not private, so there can be no violation of privacy. It is actually a pretty simple concept.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: itsnotme ()
Date: June 23, 2010 12:46PM

Waiting to see what kind of USEFUL information can be found here.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Registered Voter ()
Date: June 25, 2010 12:12PM

ZT Wrote:
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> is not about getting arrested or not case
> is about privacy information being shared in the
> web without any consent.
> not only name is posted , but address, sex, age,
>
> Do you know how many maniacs are in there?
> Plus, not all arrests are crimes, some are worst
> than others or viceversa.
> By being arrested one time does not mean you are
> guilty.
> Also,if you lose a court case it can be because
> you had a bad lawyer.
>
> So don't judge people for a record. Of course it
> says a lot, but it doesn't say enough of that
> person until you really know them.
>
> site is violating user's privacy information.

Talk to these folks - they post the information every week online. All this site does in put it in a searchable format - although you could arguably get a similar result searching within the linked webpage with your browser.

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/crime/

If you can’t model the past, where you know the answer pretty well, how can you model the future? - William Happer Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor of Physics Princeton University

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Firrat ()
Date: July 03, 2010 01:05AM

You should enter in Gravis made User Blocker 2.0....




last person to post..bye bye registered voter...

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Gonads & Strife ()
Date: July 21, 2010 02:23PM

nothing is rigged. your hurting blog is getting pwned. take it like a man.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: TheMeeper ()
Date: July 21, 2010 02:27PM

fairfax underground Wrote:
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>
> you rigged the wtop stat tracker you guys use a
> fake blog.


Bugger off you sodding wanker!

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: July 21, 2010 03:21PM

fairfax underground Wrote:
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> you rigged the wtop stat tracker you guys use a
> fake blog.



Don't be angry because your blog is lame and didn't get more than 1% of the votes.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: July 21, 2010 03:29PM

Can you guys keep it down? I'm trying to rig a blog over here.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: JiverTheArchiver ()
Date: July 21, 2010 03:31PM

i found Cary's little PatriotNet nest bed.
http://web.archive.org/web/20040825015633/http://fairfaxunderground.com/
"Nothing to See here"

all archived FFU pages here:
http://web.archive.org/web/*http://fairfaxunderground.com


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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: glenn ()
Date: July 23, 2010 08:52PM

How do you delete something in this forum? If you post it, can you erase it? What if someone else posts it, you can't get rid of it??

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: johnn ()
Date: July 23, 2010 09:16PM

glenn Wrote:
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> How do you delete something in this forum? If you
> post it, can you erase it? What if someone else
> posts it, you can't get rid of it??


give a link and write here exactly what you want deleted and i'll let you know.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: July 24, 2010 04:00PM

glenn Wrote:
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> How do you delete something in this forum?

It has to be a violation of the forum rules... Then, it needs to be reported to Cary...


> If you
> post it, can you erase it?

If you're registered, you can edit your posts... Soo... you could delete the letters of your post...

If you're unregistered, it's here to stay.


> What if someone else
> posts it, you can't get rid of it??

Not unless it is worthy of being reported to Cary...

Signatures are for fags

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Elle Diabla ()
Date: July 26, 2010 08:23AM


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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: ITRADE ()
Date: August 04, 2010 06:36PM

Cary Wrote:
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> Welcome to Fairfax Underground! A free and
> anonymous forum designed to improve communication
> between residents of Northern Virginia.
>
SNIP
>
> No legitimate post will ever be altered or
> deleted, regardless of how controversial, without
> a court order. Free, open, and anonymous means
> that you can express any thought, idea or opinion
> without fear of censorship.
>
> Current moderators: Cary, ben
>
Who???

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Date: September 15, 2010 04:36PM

Is there a way to mark _all_ threads "as read"? I'm new here and so all the threads are marked as "new" even the very old ones. I've looked for the information regarding this but haven't found an answer. Thanks!

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Date: September 15, 2010 05:12PM

dingo ate your baby Wrote:
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> Is there a way to mark _all_ threads "as read"?
> I'm new here and so all the threads are marked as
> "new" even the very old ones. I've looked for the
> information regarding this but haven't found an
> answer. Thanks!

Never mind, I found it, at the bottom of the page. Doh!

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You no longer need to pay for cable or satellite TV
Posted by: Ann ()
Date: September 16, 2010 03:57PM

I recently ditched cable and hooked up a roof-top TV antenna. The digital conversion has provided a remarkably good picture (as good as cable) and there are additional channels such as three Ion channels, THIS TV, and RTV (a retro channel). I get 26 channels in total - and all for free. The antenna was $68 at Wal-Mart. I certainly don’t miss paying for TV!

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Re: You no longer need to pay for cable or satellite TV
Date: September 30, 2010 03:04AM

Ann Wrote:
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> I recently ditched cable and hooked up a roof-top
> TV antenna. The digital conversion has provided a
> remarkably good picture (as good as cable) and
> there are additional channels such as three Ion
> channels, THIS TV, and RTV (a retro channel). I
> get 26 channels in total - and all for free. The
> antenna was $68 at Wal-Mart. I certainly don’t
> miss paying for TV!

not sure why you posted this on this thread, but i am curious about the channels you get. do you only get broadcast stations (such as WTTG, WJLA, WUSA, etc.), or can you pick up cable stations as well (such as ESPN, TBS, FX, etc.)? just curious. thanks

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Fairfax Resident ()
Date: November 06, 2010 02:40AM

I'd like to know who I can get in touch with who is in charge of this website? Thanks.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: enitowjetiow ()
Date: November 06, 2010 03:36AM

Please someone help me remove a blog comment, Please. This truly affects me. Lost my job because of it.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: November 06, 2010 12:00PM

enitowjetiow Wrote:
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> Please someone help me remove a blog comment,
> Please. This truly affects me. Lost my job because
> of it.

Which one?

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: November 10, 2010 02:42AM

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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/16/2013 10:51PM by chuckhoffmann.

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: November 10, 2010 02:44AM

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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/16/2013 10:52PM by chuckhoffmann.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: November 10, 2010 02:47AM

Shutup the fuck up... Your last post was adequate... you essentially just double posted... wich is borderline spam, chuck...

Why don't you figure out how to make money... You want to make some money?


I'll send you some .psd and you can turn them into t-shirts... you know how to do that?

It's real easy..

You just need to go to Kinkos (now FedEx store)....

PM me if you have any desire to end your poveryt...

I'm in poverty too...

Let's make a buck, chuck...

chuckhoffmann Wrote:
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> To remove a comment on this board, you'll have to
> ask Cary, who is the owner and moderator.

Signatures are for fags

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Juxtaposition ()
Date: November 10, 2010 08:11PM

Freak. Freaks come out at night. Super Freaky. I'm James Bitch =D

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: November 14, 2010 07:53AM

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Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 04/16/2013 11:07PM by chuckhoffmann.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: Harry Tuttle ()
Date: November 15, 2010 12:27AM

THen how did the first money get made?! What kind of cosmic anomaly is responsible for the creation of money?

Money cannot be created or destroyed?

chuckhoffmann Wrote:
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> It takes money to make money...

Signatures are for fags

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BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD DENIED MEDICAL CLAIM
Posted by: EDNA ()
Date: November 17, 2010 02:22PM

If you are denied coverage based on medical necessity WHILE PAYING HEALTH INSURANCE WITH ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLEU SHIELD
PLEASE LETS TALK ABOUT IT

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Re: BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD DENIED MEDICAL CLAIM
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: November 17, 2010 02:39PM

EDNA Wrote:
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> If you are denied coverage based on medical
> necessity WHILE PAYING HEALTH INSURANCE WITH
> ANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLEU SHIELD
> PLEASE LETS TALK ABOUT IT

Are you referencing the Chicken Cordon plan, or the Cheese Dressing plan?

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13 4826 0948 82695 25847. Yes.

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Re: BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD DENIED MEDICAL CLAIM
Posted by: ProVallone ()
Date: December 08, 2010 02:34PM

Blew Cross, Blew Sheild.....blew John, blew George, blew Ringo...

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: December 11, 2010 01:01PM

Cary,

If possible, I recommend limiting the number of characters that can be used for titles and anonymous poster names.

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13 4826 0948 82695 25847. Yes.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: plz help us! ()
Date: December 11, 2010 01:08PM

MrMephisto Wrote:
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> Cary,
>
> If possible, I recommend limiting the number of
> characters that can be used for titles and
> anonymous poster names.
Attachments:
crying-woman-small.jpg

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: MrMephisto ()
Date: December 11, 2010 02:08PM

Yes. We are cry babies because we'd rather not have to deal with the fucked up formatting created when someone wants to be an asshole.

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13 4826 0948 82695 25847. Yes.

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: search question ()
Date: December 27, 2010 09:02AM

Can a person search the forum by number of posts or number of reads?

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Re: Welcome to Fairfax Underground! [New users read this first]
Posted by: bloody blisters ()
Date: December 29, 2010 07:28AM

search question Wrote:
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> Can a person search the forum by number of posts
> or number of reads?


not that i know of. you can search for specific posters or threads. but finding threads based on post counts i havent a clue.

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