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2008-06-22 23:36:58 Introducing yourself is also a good way to keep from being confused with what would otherwise appear to be a sockpuppet. It will also help people understand if you've got a business relationship with Wheelworks or not. —JasonAller
2008-06-23 00:39:13 I bought a bike there I think that would be considered a customer business relationship. As for sharing my name... I appreciate the anonymity of the internet. I don't share my name with anyone unless they are my friend or I need to. But thanks for the offer. —himom
2008-06-23 00:46:40 Actually, I said that you and 'notyou' are the same. R3Lover and JohnBerleimer are working off another, single IP address. —JoePomidor
2008-06-23 10:48:50 If you are distinct, I apologize — I was one of the ones marking your comments. Somebody else is playing games and you happened to wander in at the exact same time, and right now it looks like you are using both this account and "notyou" to appear to be a "group of people". Are you connected to Wheelworks? Do you know "notyou"? That's one of the reasons people tend to use their real names when introducing themselves. If I met you at the Amtrak while waiting for a train and you called yourself "himom", I'd be intrigued, but still consider it odd. :) Of course, I go by Wokky in some circles, but those are also odd circles. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards