Re: [DML] Re: My Absence From SeanTalk Explained
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Re: [DML] Re: My Absence From SeanTalk Explained

I'm serious.  If anybody replies to this thread you run the risk of being 


From: stainless_delorean <stainless_delorean@xxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Fri, February 3, 2012 11:29:43 AM
Subject: [DML] Re: My Absence From SeanTalk Explained



I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.  I am looking at the 
members section of right now, and you have NOT BEEN DELETED!!! 

I have sent you numerous messages, including one in your post where one of your 
friends said your account had been hacked, or that your password had been 
changed, letting you know it had NOT been hacked, it had not been changed, and I 
even reset a default password for you.

That screen shot was taken at noon today.  It shows you last logged in back in 
May of 2011.  Your screen name and account are not missing.  Your account is 
STILL ACTIVE.  It has NOT, nor has it EVER been deleted.

I sent you a PM after Tyler Butler stated in the thread linked below that you 
can not log in.  If you were to look at the thread, you would have seen that I 
had reset your password AND TESTED IT to make sure you could log in.

I sent you an EMAIL (which I have a copy of), on November 11, 2011 which gave 
your your new password, so you could log into your account.  I even stated in 
the email that I had done this in reference to Tyler's comment about your 

I don't know where you pulled that screen shot showing your name is missing, but 
it is inaccurate.  No one has EVER deleted your account.  Sean is not the only 
administrator on DMCTalk, and neither he, myself, or Tamir have messed with your 
account.  Your account has never been deleted or deactivated.  You were put on 
moderated status at one time because of the bickering between members, and that 
is all.

Tamir and I are both aware of the steps taken to make sure your account was 
active, and it STILL IS.  Sean has absolutely nothing to do with your inability 
to log in.  Please stop throwing his name around as if he is controlling your 
account.  No one has touched your account.

Any member of can go to the members list and see your name is still 

There is no secret vendetta against you, no one is touching your account.  All 
you have to do is LOG IN. 

If you wish to continue, you can contact me directly at mcole (at) dmctalk dot 
org and I will once again email you your default password.

-Michael Cole Administrator

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Farrar Hudkins <fhudkins@...> wrote:
> And a great thunder of indifference rolled majestically across the land.
> I think, Bill, that DCS Orlando will be an excellent time for you to bring
> this up with Sean -- in private.
> Farrar Hudkins
> #2613
> On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 10:50 AM, content22207 <brobertson@...>wrote:
> > **
> >
> >
> > That October 23 9:16 activity date/time is very suspicious -- I was
> > standing in front of the Tyson's Corner Hilton Garden Inn saying goodbye to
> > departing DMA members at that very moment!
> >
> > Sean has been telling people that my password got messed by by someone
> > hacking into my account. That is disingenuous at best. For the record:
> > there was a flurry of messages and PM's between us, all of them deleted
> > except for this remnant:
> > 
> at the bottom). Shortly thereafter I was erased. Whatever
> > happened between Sean and his benefactor obviously left a sour taste that
> > endures to this day.
> >
> > Sean appears to have the site owner's blessing to delete registrations as
> > he sees fit, which is cool, but at least be man enough to own the option.
> > Don't hide behind a smokescreen.
> >
> > Bill Robertson
> > #5939
> >
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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