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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 12:13:42 AM   
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I edit about 99% of my posts as I forget I have something else to say or think of something afterwards...or in this case delete an over reaction to Mr Bairdlander..

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 12:25:40 AM   
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Relax I was just joking,how am I to know your disabled?

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 12:35:40 AM   
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OK no worries..just abit touchy mate. Shall edit my post.

I wondered where that came from...thought we where OK. Good to see we are I was seriously doubting why I want to be part of the community then.



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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 3:17:12 AM   
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ORIGINAL: wodin

OK no worries..just abit touchy mate. Shall edit my post.

I wondered where that came from...thought we where OK. Good to see we are I was seriously doubting why I want to be part of the community then.





Oh don't leave. There have been a couple of times where I've been abused here in the forums and though about leaving but I'm glad I stayed. You're a good guy wodin. I gotta ask though, where the Hell did you get your avatar? I like it.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 3:30:27 AM   
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When I made the Squad Battles Red Victory and AOTR mod it's one I used..it's from Ospreys Men at War series..I just had to shrink the original, and this was the result, for the game. I had hundreds of them on my hard drive from all nationalities but lost it all in due to a Virus so had to wipe my HD. The one on my avater I gave it a little effect using GIMP I think as the scan wasn't the best.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 3:41:49 AM   
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So if a person is a liar and a thief can be proven by checking to see if they edit their posts,or if they sell something for more than you want to pay!!!!


Not sure what you are trying say here. But whatever it is now you make me want to puke.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 3:46:03 AM   
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ORIGINAL: ilovestrategy


quote:

ORIGINAL: wodin

OK no worries..just abit touchy mate. Shall edit my post.

I wondered where that came from...thought we where OK. Good to see we are I was seriously doubting why I want to be part of the community then.





Oh don't leave. There have been a couple of times where I've been abused here in the forums and though about leaving but I'm glad I stayed. You're a good guy wodin.


Are you sure your not an EMO?

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 4:06:09 AM   
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It really disgusts me to see this behavior here. I'm not one to fight someones battles and really unaware of what wodin has done to make so many of you to lash out at him, but it really needs to stop. Its like a pack of wild dogs on their prey. I get it that it seems that wodin sometimes opens himself up to ridicule, but I think that is just how wodin is. He wears his emotions on his sleeve. But to be honest, and regardless of any transgressions either here or another site, wodin is usually very polite and compassionate to newcomers and just about anyone else including myself. I think he is mainly harmless and I've never seen anything out of him that would warrant such a concentrated, relentless and vicious campaign.

I'm just another forum member without a horse in this race, but just how far must you go to try to break a man?

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 4:47:16 AM   
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I second that!!
quote:

ORIGINAL: Missouri_Rebel

It really disgusts me to see this behavior here. I'm not one to fight someones battles and really unaware of what wodin has done to make so many of you to lash out at him, but it really needs to stop. Its like a pack of wild dogs on their prey. I get it that it seems that wodin sometimes opens himself up to ridicule, but I think that is just how wodin is. He wears his emotions on his sleeve. But to be honest, and regardless of any transgressions either here or another site, wodin is usually very polite and compassionate to newcomers and just about anyone else including myself. I think he is mainly harmless and I've never seen anything out of him that would warrant such a concentrated, relentless and vicious campaign.

I'm just another forum member without a horse in this race, but just how far must you go to try to break a man?



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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 6:57:05 AM   
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Break a man?lol,its a video game forumLighten up

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 7:28:27 AM   
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The trouble with Wodin is he is lucky enough to get items the community given away as hardship gifts but then sells them on to make money. I saw an earlier one where he recieved a trackir from a good soul and within a month was trying to sell it on another forum to make a quick buck..again the same thing has happened here albeit it has been in his hands for a bit longer. Games people have given him he is seen trying to sell or swop asap..just seems he has little respect for the gift bearers.
An example:

wargamer.com/forums/posts.asp?t=581610&h=trackir&pg=1#590830

check post 13

(cannot link)

< Message edited by Filth66 -- 1/7/2013 7:31:18 AM >

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 7:38:49 AM   
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I see Filth66 and Eisenhammer are up at this time so I'm presuming your European 7.36GMT...or up late Americans..but European does fit in for one of you. If you could stay online for when Iain comes along that would be helpful I'm sure.

It seems whatever you both say is falling on deaf ears as the attack is too obvious..esp someone just signing up with a bogus account to cause trouble and not contribute in any other way. Terrible tactics for a wargamer.

By the way your both blocked so I can't see a word your saying..which is lovely.

I wonder if you've both PM'd or emailed each other..or maybe on Skye to discuss when to turn up? Or do you meet somewhere else...hmm lots to think about. I always notice when one turns up it's quickly followed by other names I know who end up in General discussion..watching\monitoring the thread I presume. You all must really hate me. DO I honestly scare you that much..I actually feel sorry for you, I must haunt your nightmares and never leave your mind, do you think about me everyday? Wishing for a chance to dive in on a thread..hoping..praying...every waking minute I'm there in your head taunting you in your mind..WOW...I wonder if I talk with a Batman voice or something..that would be cool.

@MR, Thanks mate..appreciated. I've finally realised these aren't worth worrying about, they are trying to discredit me on the forums, most likely hoping I use a new name and then they can find out and jump on that etc, who knows, maybe as I said above it's time to relish the power I must have other these people to scare them so much that they have to do a sustained attack. There is nothing they can say that has any actual truth in to harm me, they may twist things around etc, but I know what I mean and who I am, I haven't set out to harm anyone out of spite or with somekind of agenda, they really don't know me at all and all they speak is half truths or lies.I've asked Iain to sort it out..see what happens.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 7:54:33 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Filth66

The trouble with Wodin is he is lucky enough to get items the community given away as hardship gifts but then sells them on to make money. I saw an earlier one where he recieved a trackir from a good soul and within a month was trying to sell it on another forum to make a quick buck..again the same thing has happened here albeit it has been in his hands for a bit longer. Games people have given him he is seen trying to sell or swop asap..just seems he has little respect for the gift bearers.
An example:

wargamer.com/forums/posts.asp?t=581610&h=trackir&pg=1#590830

check post 13

(cannot link)


I see… I see… said the blind man. So why was Somme banned.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 8:02:12 AM   
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Check post 6...having multiple accounts...he even pretended to be a girl in the end

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 8:06:14 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: wodin

I see Filth66 and Eisenhammer are up at this time so I'm presuming your European 7.36GMT...or up late Americans..but European does fit in for one of you. If you could stay online for when Iain comes along that would be helpful I'm sure.

It seems whatever you both say is falling on deaf ears as the attack is too obvious..esp someone just signing up with a bogus account to cause trouble and not contribute in any other way. Terrible tactics for a wargamer.

By the way your both blocked so I can't see a word your saying..which is lovely.

I wonder if you've both PM'd or emailed each other..or maybe on Skye to discuss when to turn up? Or do you meet somewhere else...hmm lots to think about. I always notice when one turns up it's quickly followed by other names I know who end up in General discussion..watching\monitoring the thread I presume. You all must really hate me. DO I honestly scare you that much..I actually feel sorry for you, I must haunt your nightmares and never leave your mind, do you think about me everyday? Wishing for a chance to dive in on a thread..hoping..praying...every waking minute I'm there in your head taunting you in your mind..WOW...I wonder if I talk with a Batman voice or something..that would be cool.

@MR, Thanks mate..appreciated. I've finally realised these aren't worth worrying about, they are trying to discredit me on the forums, most likely hoping I use a new name and then they can find out and jump on that etc, who knows, maybe as I said above it's time to relish the power I must have other these people to scare them so much that they have to do a sustained attack..I've asked Iain to sort it out..see what happens.



Actually it 2:00 in the morning were I am at. Usually I am a sleep but I had a Crohn's attack so I decided to stay up. Maybe someone will quote this so you can read it.
Believe me I don't hate you. lol

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 8:10:19 AM   
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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 8:21:27 AM   
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And thats the other frustrating thing about Wodin..he thinks people are out to get him..or we are stalking him..really? The guy is paranoid..i hate nobody too..just dont like the way he conducts himself with peoples kindness.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 8:50:18 AM   
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Wow… that all I got to say. Sure glad I didn't give away any personal info, like an address and stuff.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 9:13:02 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: EisenHammer


quote:

ORIGINAL: ilovestrategy


quote:

ORIGINAL: wodin

OK no worries..just abit touchy mate. Shall edit my post.

I wondered where that came from...thought we where OK. Good to see we are I was seriously doubting why I want to be part of the community then.





Oh don't leave. There have been a couple of times where I've been abused here in the forums and though about leaving but I'm glad I stayed. You're a good guy wodin.


Are you sure your not an EMO?




Why do you say that?

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 9:34:55 AM   
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Mate leave the kids to play...no idea what issues Hammer has but one day he may get some help..who knows..I do no I've no idea what I've done to him to get this sort of abuse though.

Use the block button makes life easier.

Would be cool if action was taken here though by the management.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 11:46:21 AM   
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Ah!the sharp witty response,the intelligent measured reply.How can I compete with such an intellect.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 1:38:36 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Filth66

The trouble with Wodin is he is lucky enough to get items the community given away as hardship gifts but then sells them on to make money. I saw an earlier one where he recieved a trackir from a good soul and within a month was trying to sell it on another forum to make a quick buck..again the same thing has happened here albeit it has been in his hands for a bit longer. Games people have given him he is seen trying to sell or swop asap..just seems he has little respect for the gift bearers.
An example:

wargamer.com/forums/posts.asp?t=581610&h=trackir&pg=1#590830

check post 13

(cannot link)

again...I ask what business is this to you? Why all the effort and links? Is your life so void of interest that you spend such effort researching past posts and join a forum to harass someone? .

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 2:03:14 PM   
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quote:

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And thats the other frustrating thing about Wodin..he thinks people are out to get him..or we are stalking him..really? The guy is paranoid..i hate nobody too..just dont like the way he conducts himself with peoples kindness.

I would say his paranoia is well founded. You created a sock puppet account to harass him, did you not? Everytime he posts, the same assholes come on and put him down. This thread proves it.

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 4:12:42 PM   
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No not to harass but to express my frustration that he once again exploits peoples generosity..and the links.. an effort?? how long does a search on a forum take..honestly???

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RE: Selling GMT Games The Battle for Normandy - 1/7/2013 4:36:50 PM   
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I am locking this up as its not at all productive. Lets try and keep on topic and all be nice please.

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