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    Re: Being Banned

    I'll bet that little or none of her conversations involved talking to the IRS about criminal issues. Especially on the day that tax returns are due for a lot of clients. She was very likely focusing...
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    Re: Being Banned

    When you sign a federal income tax return, you sign it under penalties of perjury. If the return is false, you may indeed be prosecuted for that perjury. See Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 7206(1),...
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    No, he's not a witness to the event. He was not there at the scene to see what happened. He's simply reviewing what a machine recorded, which is not the same thing. In any event, this still has...
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    Re: Being Banned

    You aren't doing a good job with logic here. If you said "I can speed on any highway with impunity as long as there are no witnesses" then for that to be true the only way you could be cited for...
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    Re: Being Banned

    Exactly, you want to use a very narrow definition of it to suit your purposes and I'm not having it. So you can keep beating that same drum, I'm not going to buy it.
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    Re: Being Banned

    A nice job of trying to deflect from the point but it's not going to work. There are many potentially defamatory statements made by people under their own names, too, and very few of them get sued...
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    Of course I gave a different scenario to make my point. There is indeed a link between the screen name and the person behind it.


    Well, that's progress. What you said earlier is:



    And my...
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    Re: Being Banned

    Sure there is. For example, if I were to defame someone on a post using my screen name rather than my real name you don't seriously think that would give me a good defense in the defamation suit, do...
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    Re: Being Banned

    People post here using screen names rather than their real names. But they are people just the same. The screen name is really not material. It is people who are subject to the TOS, not screen names....
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    Re: Being Banned

    There is no express rule in the terms of service (TOS) that prohibits it. But the moderators might ban you for it anyway if they don't like it. I have no idea what their view is on banned persons...
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