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My fantasy has been to rim a young, smooth guy (18-21) only, while he's teasing me that I won't be able to f*ck him. Looking for a really cute guy with the hottest bum in LA. Any suggestions? Contact me...

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LAST EDITED ON Dec-19-00 AT 11:28PM (EST)[p]EvilBoy and NormlGuy (the previous two posters) have identical IP addresses.

 

I am finding that on this board and on others as well, there is an individual who is taking great delight in stirring up the ant bed and responding to his own posts in an effort to discredit this site.

 

HooBoy

Email: HooBoy@male4malescorts.com

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I am not Normal Guy and hope to never be a Normal Guy. So please help me out with my search and not hinder it. Many thanks! And keep up the good work on this site Hoo Boy!

 

The one and only Evil Boy!

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Johnnie aka EVILBOY

 

Dude, look at all the trouble you've gotten me into! They think I'm you!?!?!?!

 

Anyway, e-mail me off this board and tell me more about this escort. I checked out the escort 4 you site and this guy was 26! This was the one listed in California. Is this the same one you're thinking of? He's not really my type, cuz I like em younger. If I'm wrong on this, let me know.

 

Johnnie

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Guest Alexander

If your computer is constantly connected to the Internet, through a local network at work or school for example, most

likely you have a static IP address. A static IP address is an

address that doesn't change every time you log on to the

Internet.

If you have a dial-up connection to the Internet or are using a computer that gets connected to the Internet intermittently,

you're most likely picking up a dynamic IP address from a pool

of possible IP addresses at your Internet service provider's

network during each login.

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Okay, so this message board has been about as much fun as a meeting of computer geeks at my day job. Thanks for explaining this IP thing, I didn't know that info.

 

Now someone please let me in on some recommendations on cute young guys with hot butts. I hope to meet someone before (this) Christmas.

 

Thanks!

Johnnie aka EVILBOY

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Guest normlguy

No good deed they say....Hey evilboy sorry if 26 dosen't fit I doubt it matters much when you see this guy up close. But what ever rocks the boat.

 

As for the confussion/accusation from HooBoy.....I think you've got a good thing going here. I have read thru the site and have benefited from suggestions by others and wanted to do the same.

That was all that was intended.. Silly me hmmmmm.

 

 

..........and as for normal Can't help that I wouldn't and don't question anyone else's choices.

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On the significance of the Source IP address

 

>doesn't an identical ip address mean the same internet service provider?

 

>can't a number of people, then, have the same ip address?

 

This is really a question for Daddy-in-training to answer, but I'm guessing that the "IP address of the poster" means the IP source address of the TCP connection over which the HTTP protocol is carried out. I could be wrong about this -

 

Under netscape, for example, it is possible (and sometimes necessary, like if you are using M4M ER from work and work has a firewall) to configure something called a "proxy" which relays your web traffic.

 

It seems to me that two different people using the same proxy would be reported by the software here as having the same IP address (which would be that of the proxy rather than that of the original user).

 

On the other hand it seems unlikely (but admittedly it is possible) that all of the Prodigy users go through the same proxy. (You'ld think there would be so much outoing web requests from Prodigy that it would swamp a single machine!)

 

Yeah, I *am* one of those generic "computer geeks at work", and specialize in networking implementations. (Blthththt ... sound of a "rasberry" ;-) )

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