Just letting you know that you might want to check if your work is stolen by this creep. He has mine and has one heck of a lot of articles on his/her site so I presume I am not the only one hit.
Wish he had a search box on there. Difficult to find specific articles. Any tips?
Edit: stupid me - right at the bottom of the page, left-hand side. Haven't found anything I recognise.
@ Redneck Lady Luck,
Do you mind emailing me this crook's link or website name? I want to check mine. I know that my comment sounds egotistical, but it might be that he might like my off-the-wall brand of humor, huh?
Thanks in advance.
Just that he has them categorized on the left hand side so you can skim the type of category you most often write in.
My security software is warning me about this site, as well as the others that are reported. Folks, be careful!
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