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    OK maybe I used the wrong wording for here, spammer. = Troll

    I used word spammer because there is a site to use to run IP email and usernames for spam. So I used the wording spammer.

    No sites for troll hunting.
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    Ok, yeah. And then trolls just look to stir the pot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBlaster View Post
    The avatar raised red flags with me for sure.

    I was mainly waiting to see what "her" next couple of posts were gonna be before reaching any conclusions.
    Me too. Never seen anyone put their full address on a forum, 2075 Oakwood Avenue New York, NY 10013. Oakwood Ave is only one block long, maybe 30 houses.

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    Try to pull some info showing on other places to show troll. Different names with different full addresses and different girls pics every time.

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    Re: Homeowner looking to purchase pole saw
    ? Reply #22 on: January 18, 2018, 06:33:59 am ?



    My friend Jon purchased Echo pruner a few months ago. This is a great limb pruner. He only wishes he had purchased an extension pole with it, He knows what Dad is getting for Christmas. A few extra feet would be perfect, being he is only 5' 9". Echo is one of the best overall products. Very well made, easy to use and balanced. Thanks Echo for the time, money, R & D and effort you put into your products to make them the best on the market.
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    another place

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    Hi E,
    Thanks for your informative information.
    My friend John use Lyxx cordless pole saw. But he tells me this tool has low torque, so even small branches are hard to cut. He recommends me do not buy this one but look for different pole saws. This is a lightweight pole saw, but not worth your money. he is sad that he wasted $150 on a pole saw that can barely cut a thin branch.
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    I didnt tell the last site about it being a troll. You should see them all falling hook line sinker.
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    Huh, I'm still just a bit baffled. So the person isn't consistently recommending Husky - not trying to up its sales. Poor english. A fair amount of wording/effort put into a posts. And they don't come back to interact over a longer period of time right?

    Huh, I guess just about every hobby or activity I can imagine or have ever heard of sounds more interesting to me than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merle Nelson View Post
    Huh, I'm still just a bit baffled...
    I suspect that postings of this sort with young girls pictured giving out personal information are online predator traps. Nothing to do with the subject matter.

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    That makes sense!
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    Not knowing about this kinda thing , but ... Something in my intuitive gut said this is some sorta B.S. therefore I didn't welcome a potential new member which I usually try to do. So few Women in the Tree business , start there. Oh yeah did it say the Husky was all you've ever dreamed of ? , that too.

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