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Stop tagging accounts as socks of anyone, please. That is not appropriate behaviour for someone trying to stay out of trouble, particularly when you get some of them wrong. Further, don't tag IP addresses. [[User:Risker|Risker]] ([[User talk:Risker|talk]]) 15:40, 12 February 2012 (UTC)
 
Stop tagging accounts as socks of anyone, please. That is not appropriate behaviour for someone trying to stay out of trouble, particularly when you get some of them wrong. Further, don't tag IP addresses. [[User:Risker|Risker]] ([[User talk:Risker|talk]]) 15:40, 12 February 2012 (UTC)
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:There are other IP addresses that were tagged already sorry, I thought you are meant to have them all added? How are you meant to keep track of the ones not attached to accounts for future checking if you don't add them to the category?
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:BTW, I've just been screamed at as an "anti-SOPA zealot" for trying to help you (he is from the Comcast marketing department as well, I didn't realise before but I was checking into abuse of other stuff and found out), it is kinda disappointing how no one else apparently bothered to look through the article history and find all those sock edits, most of them weren't even blocked let alone tagged {{smiley|sad}} My big question to you is, if you didn't spot those, how many sockpuppets are there working for but not giing away by editing own article? {{smiley|sad}} I have joined the Paid Advocacy Watch because of this. --''[[User:Mistress Selina Kyle|<u>Mistress Selina Kyle</u>]] <sup>'''<span style='color:#800080;'>(</span>'''[[User_talk:Mistress Selina Kyle|Α⇔Ω]] ¦ [[Special:Emailuser/Mistress Selina Kyle|⇒✉]]'''<span style='color:#800080;'>)</span>'''</sup>'' 16:20, 12 February 2012 (UTC)

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Welcome back. Rich Farmbrough, 00:22, 11 February 2012 (UTC).

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Stop tagging accounts as socks of anyone, please. That is not appropriate behaviour for someone trying to stay out of trouble, particularly when you get some of them wrong. Further, don't tag IP addresses. Risker (talk) 15:40, 12 February 2012 (UTC)

There are other IP addresses that were tagged already sorry, I thought you are meant to have them all added? How are you meant to keep track of the ones not attached to accounts for future checking if you don't add them to the category?
BTW, I've just been screamed at as an "anti-SOPA zealot" for trying to help you (he is from the Comcast marketing department as well, I didn't realise before but I was checking into abuse of other stuff and found out), it is kinda disappointing how no one else apparently bothered to look through the article history and find all those sock edits, most of them weren't even blocked let alone tagged Face-sad.svg My big question to you is, if you didn't spot those, how many sockpuppets are there working for but not giing away by editing own article? Face-sad.svg I have joined the Paid Advocacy Watch because of this. --Mistress Selina Kyle (Α⇔Ω ¦ ⇒✉) 16:20, 12 February 2012 (UTC)