ohh yeah, that's always a pleasure.You know what I love even more? Individuals who begin losing in an argument, so they feel it is necessary to continously 'warn' you on AIM.
LOL, that was funnyub3r said:ohh yeah, that's always a pleasure.
but, the thing about getting aim spam from real people, as opposed to bots, is that you can lure them in by being nice, and then regain the satisfaction by yelling at them, and humiliating them on forums
In the conversation I have with him via AIM Wapture claimed that the individual was offered a free domain name if he got x ammount of users to sign up.phuckedup said:didn't wapture say he didn't know who this dogma person is? if he's 'advertising' your service, wouldn't he be affiliated with the biz as a representative?