Member Since October 16, 2009 , From United States
About PGroot:

Mathematician, computer researcher

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Commented: About andrewcranky's answer is an anonymous proxy server in Virginia, close to AOL. If AOL uses it, then Renner has the same IP Addresss.

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Eric "Boulder" Hall is the same person as the previous name Boulder, who was previously Giles, Chivalrous Warrior, Chivalrous Warrior Ben Sutton, Ben Sutton, Stealth, Nameless, Ignorant. Hobwabhob is ...

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AOL had mail problems on 2/19 for everyone.

Commented: About andrewcranky's answer

Since the invention of airplanes and balloons, the air rights are now conceded not to reach above what can be reasonably built. You can't charge a fee for flying over your property.

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Bologna still looks and smells good Feb 20.

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I do not work for AOL Answers. I frequently show up in the most active list under Explore (most active last 7 days). Last time I looked, I was in 5th place for most active all time. I might show up ...

Commented: About alejandro fitton's answer

That web site does not identify the person, only the city in Illinois. If you want the name, it takes you to Spokeo where you can pay to get a name.

Commented: About keithlyn close's answer

That web site only gives a location Naperville IL but not a name.

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Ben Sutton has since been renamed Stealth, Nameless, Ignorant, and Boulder. Additional recent names are Who, Zhorevs Alverov, Physicist, Justice.

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Wikipedia has an article on reverse discrimination And the University of California vs. Bakke is a Supreme Court case: ...


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