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Warning A double flame this time round

Part I
I was shocked to read in your rag today that Intel was not shipping any Pentium III's in February. This is liable. I have sent the story to Intel. I hope they sue the pants off this piece of crap magazine. I've do research for clients on computer companies and the like, and your publication is ALWAYS FULL OF LIES. I have reported you to Intel, so maybe you will be receiving a call from their lawyers. I suggest you carefully watch what is said on your site in the future.

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Hello. When you write liable, do you mean libel? And why are there so many capital letters in your email? Have you thought of using green ink instead of a blue background in your emails? Go away.

<<b>Part II
Actually, I won't go away. I have also asked the SEC to investigate your site and stock manipulation. You are irresponsible and deserve to be sanctioned. I used so many capital letters because I"M SCREAMING AT YOU YOU MORON

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