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Occulter says:

Chimp that you are:

I just read your recent replies on your profile. Your comment is typical of the non-helpful ‘dissing’ statements that you spew. Webroot, a highly regarded anti-malware product, made the judgement call, NOT I. It would be proper to contend that “Webroot is delusional.” But a champ* (sic) like you, couldn’t be wrong, now could you..?

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