Registering and Posting Messages

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Registering and Posting Messages

Postby Perry » Mon Nov 10, 2014 8:10 pm

If anybody is having difficulty registering or posting messages, please feel free to email me:
Contact @ Mt San Jacinto . info (without the spaces)
The way to stop new variants is to send the good vaccines to the poor countries.
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Re: Registering and Posting Messages

Postby Perry » Fri Jul 26, 2019 10:35 pm

September 2019 update:
The anti-spam question is now a lot harder because of a problem with an aggressive spammer, but with some research a correct answer is out there. There are 2 correct answers, as somebody pointed out to me. First post has to be approved by a moderator. After that, you are good to go as a regular member of the forum.

If your account is not activated, and you can't attempt a first post, that probably means that you marked the wrong box when it asked about your age. Please send me an email if you made that mistake, or in the case of someone under 13 years of age, account activation requires permission from parents. Emails sent through the forum are not always delivered, so it's better to use the email address above. If that doesn't work, my phone number is in the ICANN domain name registration details, and you can leave a message.
The way to stop new variants is to send the good vaccines to the poor countries.
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