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Copy and paste upload to website

 
 
Charani
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      08-28-2009
On Fri, 28 Aug 2009 03:57:33 -0400, Paul wrote:

> How can it be "my 110mb site" if you don't own it? You have to get
> permission from the site owner to upload, and presumeably that
> same 'permission' will be accompanied with instructions. You - an
> idiot - or what?


No, you're the idiot. If you'd checked the site out first, you
wouldn't have made such a fool of yourself.

Goodbye!
 
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