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The link asks you to fill in your name, eddress, country, date of birth, and seems to assume you'll want to receive more emails about Seth.
June 26th, 2008 2008
I wasn't going to get involved in the damn thing, particularly after my encounter with MySpace I still have a page, and it still scares me but a year or so ago a friend of ours who retired to France was invited to join by her nephew as a means of keeping in touch and once she'd joined she decided to invite her eddress book to join as well.
December 6th, 2008 marlowe1 2008
I'll publish something if it is sent to me at the usual eddress.
Archive 2007-03-25 2007
(link) I emailed you at the livejournal private message thing with an alternate eddress.
kateelliott: Giveaway! Traitors' Gate ARC kateelliott 2009
(And, as I've pointed out from my particular experience, these postings are usually from non-anonymous users (non-anonymous in the sense that there is no instantly-obvious giveaway eddress like an. firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Sphinx of Russia Kelly, Aileen 1998