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Old 21.01.2009, 20:32
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Re: Work/residence permit for non-EU de-facto partner

So it appears that his groaned at messages from his original log in got him a timed ban, and then Poster101 was banned for ever for being him even though he received no groans on the messages he posted with that log in...

And the original not-for-ever ban was for which posts specifically or was it just an accumulation of groans?

Just curious...
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