Congratulations Lonely1. By reading virtually every post I’ve ever written you figured out my cell phone number from an old post in which I actually posted it but later deleted a digit. I didn’t figure anyone would read the old posts, or bother to go to the trouble of several wrong number combinations until they actually hit upon my number. That’s my fault. I shouldn’t have posted it in the first place. No one was reading me at the time, so I figured it might be funny to see what kind of nutjobs would call me up and leave a message. For those of you who haven’t read me from the beginning, I had a fairly regular rant about annoying cell phone people. Then I received a really nice cell phone as a gift. The fact that my stalker has my cell phone number is no big deal. Cell phones are so cheap as to be disposable. I’m just going to get a new number. More disturbing is that recently one of my friends innocently enough mentioned the city I live in in one of their comments here. At the time I thought nothing of it. Unfortunately stalker took note. That’s a little more disturbing. I am not responding to any of your e-mails and will only resort to mocking you here so you realize what I and others think about people like you. I’ll get you eventually. I am currently going through yahoo where your e-mail is and they will trace it back to your ISP and then you. Then let the legal charges begin!
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