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PostSubject: WARNING TO ALL   Sun 21 Mar 2010 - 2:05

WARNING TO ALL Reply to this message
THIS A WARNING TO ALL USERS SO LAUGH ALL YOU WANT IF YOU MUST.

Anyone logging onto any and or dodgy sites, your IP address will show, and the owner of that forum or site will be able to access your IP and do traces, even to the point of obtaining your address with the right tools.

Anyone viewing Mellis forum without a hidden IP will be used by her, she will then stalk you.

DO NOT WRITE EMAILS TO HER OR OPEN ANY SHE SENDS.

What she is doing is legal up to a point but she has gone beyond this and has been trying to report many of us to the authorities for illegal activities such as paedophilia to name one, which we know is not true and are false allegations.

If anyone sees their ID from Yahoo or any other site being used on her site, screenshot it, keep copies of posts and threads and report her to your police station who will then follow it up, a phone call will not suffice in this case, it must be in person and or in writing.

Complain to your local authorities, Yahoo, TV stations and current affair programs, but this must be done in writing, not by email but in writing.

False allegations are an offence, and, when proven againt the person making the allegations it can entail a jail term, termination of any online communciation, a hefty fine to be paid to the accused, the courts and all agencies involved in investigating.
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Alert - you will always get idiots who are idiots and make light of these things - UNTIL IT TOUCHES THEM
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 15:28

AND WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 15:29

GEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 15:42

Still jealous of mellies forum much carpet muncher?

Afterall, it was Mellie who

A) instructed her participants to use anonymising software, even went so far as to provide the links.

B) Does not engage in IM, or email conversations, the odd PM...but only very rarely.


C) Dose not request peoples personal information inorder for them to participate on her site.


Unlike Yahoo, who want to know your dob, email addy, kids names, age, gender, all bar what you had for breakfast....oh, no....on further reflection, they used to squeeze this out of us on the coffee lounge too.


Yahoos mods were caught behaving badly, this and letting down it's community by allowing dregs to intimidate and harass those who had not been on yahoo as long as ferals like Roo and Mrg...etc.


Face facts!


You blew it, this and told lies to your members.


Is this our fault?


Smile At least we're honest....if even to a fault at times.


Tough cheese saddle bags!
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 15:49

Do not threaten, intimidate Ausatires members or guests...as you have absolutely no authority to throw your weight around over here, the way you did on yahoo once upon a time when people thought yahoos boards were above board...Legit!


We know better now...and also know when all thats left are dregs, liars, scum bags...it speaks volumes as to what sorts of people run yahoos boards...this and congregate there.


So, cut the crap.


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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:08

Who the heck are you talking to, moron?
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:14

You!


Now explain, why is it that the commercial director in charge of Yahoo digital happens to have a site registered to his properties address, a site caught hosting kiddy porn by the Australian Media Communications Authority?

Are you denying mycoffeelounge.net is registered to a channel 7 directors (Bruce McWilliam) point Piper address?


Funny how Yahoo!7 allow people like borns (from that site) to poach people from their Y!7 boards over to mycoffeelounge.net...eh?


You can sit here and lie until you are pink in the face, but the facts speak for themselves.

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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:16

You're so full of shit I'm surprised you don't spontaneously combust, Melinda.
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:27

Ok, name one thing I have lied about...just one!!


Lets see if you can make more than a sweeping statement to lend you an element of credibility.


You cant!




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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:32

Exhibit A:


http://www.ip-adress.com/whois/www.mycoffeelounge.net

(Note the address this site is registered to)


Then read the following SMH article....

http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/how-one-man-makes-8200-a-day-by-living-in-sydneys-best-street/2008/04/05/1207249535935.html


(Again, note the address , and who owns the property)




Not hard!




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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:34

Hey, if you are going to flash your gash ....then don't blame others for doing the sums.

I have only posted whats freely available information, information the individual has willingly provided themselves.




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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:37

Care factor?
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:41

Well, so you don't deny an ACMA blacklisted site mycoffeelounge.net caught hosting kiddy porn is registered to a Channel seven executives address?


You ok with this then?


Smile ... Just try and have me up for defamation, fact is you cant, because you know I can substantiate my claims.

I know this, and so do you.

And you also know if anything, this will draw attention to this very fact...

So bring it on.


Unlike you, I have nothing to lose.

I have told the truth, and this is what matters.


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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:46

Someone needs to smash your computer and lock you up for the rest of your miserable life, Melinda.
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:49

You know what to do.....


Wink ... better sooner than later eh?
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:50

Better hurry.......Mr........
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:51

Because, I am not waiting any longer.


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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:53

Good. Piss off then.
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:54

Wanna try me?


You sure>?


Ok...if you insist......... walks awkwardly to a channel nine studio with manuscript .....


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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:56

I guess we have a deal then..


Hey... don't say you weren't warned.

Never ever say I dint give you the opportunity to right a wrong...OK!




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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 16:59

Deal or No Deal ???

hahahhah *crosses arms*



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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 17:01

Risk Metrics debate

April 27, 2010
Here is a transcript from the Seven Network EGMs to vote on the $2 billion Westrac deal held in Sydney on April 20.

Stephen Mayne: page 44 of The Financial Review today the Rear Window column has a headline “So good they said it twice” and it goes through the fact that….

Bruce McWilliam: inaudible

Stephen Mayne: I don't quite follow you Bruce, but we will work it out later. The story is about…

Bruce McWilliam: can I interrupt you and just say we have two separate advisors advising the companies on the deal. Why wouldn't they have talked if they did? It's not a matter of coincidence they talked in advance before they wrote to RiskMetrics.

Stephen Mayne: but isn't it the point that one of them is meant to be an advisor to the independent directors? Providing you with independent advice and it looks like…

Bruce McWilliam: Stephen..

Stephen Mayne: Bruce, can I finish?

Bruce McWilliam: no I'm sorry so you don't go off on a tangent, one is the advisor to Westrac, which is the vendor, that is Goldman Sachs, the other JP Morgan is the advisor to the company. You are not seriously suggesting if someone writes an incorrect report, you can't write and pick them up on a few points.

Stephen Mayne: well I just don't think it is a good look when I read this article…

Bruce McWilliam: why isn't it a good look for us, as directors of the company, if someone writes something incorrect about a transaction the company is undertaking? Why isn't a good look drafted correctly when it's wrong – incorrect?

Stephen Mayne: I'll take you up on one of your points. One of the letters apparently talks about if this deal fails, the shares will head down towards six bucks!

Peter Ritchie: let's end it..

Stephen Mayne: okay?

Peter Ritchie: let's end it there. Let's end it there. This is not adding to the discussion.

Stephen Mayne: no no, this actually gets to the very core of it! This gets to the very core of it. Can I actually just finish what I am saying please? One of these letters from your independent advisors to the independent directors makes a reference to if this deal doesn't go through, the shares are going to tank. They are going to go down to six bucks. Which is the traditional scare tactic you use to trying get institutions over the line on a controversial deal. Now…

Bruce McWilliam: it does sort of match up with what the shares were before we started…

Stephen Mayne: what I am asking you, the last time you came to reflect on the net assets of this business, as a stand alone entity, you were pushing it up. So what's this talk about six bucks? When you last reflected as independent directors, when you last reflected…

Bruce McWilliam: it wasn't our talk.

Peter Ritchie: Stephen, what's your question?

Stephen Mayne: I'm concerned that the independent directors have been overly influenced by the controlling shareholder and their advisors, and you have not negotiated hard enough, and in the final sequence, your advisors have actually come to parroting the advice given to the conflicted controlling shareholder. So you've gone through this whole thing saying Kerry can't be here today because he has a conflict, and we've got to be independent, and then you've got your advisor sending off letters seemingly drafted by Kerry's advisor to the proxy advisors, who are the kingmakers in this deal!

Peter Ritchie: we have noted your concern, thank you.

Bruce McWilliam: and Stephen, just for the record, Grant Samuel were the independent advisors, they didn't write to RiskMetrics, they were advising the independent directors, I have told you what two firms did write to them, and do think that poor little Risk Metrics is so fragile it can't receive a letter saying they were wrong on these points. Have to disagree, sorry.

Stephen Mayne: I think the meeting should be told where they're wrong. There has been a big hullabaloo about this, I don't know the detail of where they're wrong, so I would be interested in you telling us the details.

Bruce McWilliam: one thing where they were wrong was that they totally mis-stated the effect of the deed poll, which was negotiated on behalf of Perennial and Ausbil Dexia, the second and third biggest shareholders. RiskMetrics, right, in their report, ignore the fact the clause in there is held on trust, not for ACE, for non-ACE shareholders - totally mis-stated and incorrect. Then they say what if the independent directors won't enforce the deed, that's put forward as a serious point. It is a kindergarten point, but the directors have to act in the best interests of the company, and it's spelt out, it would be a breach of trust then, not to act for the benefit of those shareholders. In your submission, we shouldn't have written and said you're sorry you're wrong on that point?

Peter Ritchie: we have had a couple of contrary view points, and that's part of the democratic process, everybody has had that

information and we will see how the vote turns out.



http://www.maynereport.com/articles/2010/04/27-1230-2717.html


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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 17:03

No you are right, it's not a good look....but it's about to get uglier....



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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 17:11

Why judge couldn't make further inquiries on seven deal...

Mayne: Why the judge should make further inquiries on Seven deal
by Stephen Mayne
Federal Court judge Peter Jacobson, who was most recently in the news with that Men at Work judgment over Down Under, will have much to consider this Friday when he contemplates approving the proposed scheme of arrangement for the $2 billion Seven-WesTrac related party transaction.

The deal was reasonably comfortably approved by shareholders in an unusual event that saw the two powerful proxy advisory firms, RiskMetrics and CGI Glass Lewis, have their against recommendations largely ignored.

As a shareholder asking questions at the Seven EGMs in Sydney yesterday, it was very disappointing to encounter the belligerence from Seven’s executive directors Bruce McWilliam and David Leckie, although the latter’s contribution was limited to juvenile interjections, groans and gestures which showed disdain for the process.

The Australian’s James Chessell, whose wife works for PR firm Third Person which handled the deal for Seven, reported the following today:

“Commercial director Bruce McWilliam effectively ran the show with equal measures of charm and aggression. McWilliam, a lawyer who worked previously for Rupert Murdoch, clashed with Stephen Mayne each time the shareholder activist got up to pose a series of questions.”

McWilliam was most sensitive on the question of RiskMetrics and suggestions in yesterday’s media that advisers to the Stokes camp were sending letters to RiskMetrics containing identical claims to those sent by Grant Samuel, supposedly an independent adviser to the independent directors.

McWilliam looked a bit of a goose after denying that Grant Samuel sent any letter to RiskMetrics when director Ross Grant did precisely that, as The AFR’s Rear Window column noted today.

There were plenty of other strange claims and antics at yesterday’s meetings. One Chinese shareholder who spent 20 years working for Caterpillar was teasing out his criticisms of the WesTrac China valuation when Leckie literally gave meeting chairman Peter Ritchie an extravagant wind-up signal.

These were supposed to be meetings for the independent shareholders run by the three long-serving independent directors, yet Dulcie Boling and Murray Wells said nothing whilst meeting chairman Peter Ritchie often took a back seat to McWilliam.

After listening closely to more than two hours of discussion and reading much of the media commentary, I believe Justice Jacobson should take a good look at several issues related to selective briefings of institutional investors which provided additional information to that disclosed in the explanatory memorandum.

For instance, just what were the two largest institutional investors, Perennial and Ausbil Dexia, told about Westrac’s forward order book and board succession planning?

This is what The AFR reported today: “Earlier this month, sources close to the negotiations between ACE and fund managers said Mr Stokes had indicated Mr Ritchie and Ms Boling, who have been Seven directors since 1991 and 1993 respectively, would resign after the Seven-WesTrac merger was completed on May 13.”

Yet when Mr Ritchie was asked about this at the meeting on Tuesday, he said: “None of us have plans to resign.”

Similarly, whilst the fund managers were lauding their so-called deed of indemnity providing an estimated $130 million of downside protection, Peter Ritchie took a contrary view, telling shareholders: ”Personally, I don’t think it adds anything to the deal.”

Before approving this transaction, Justice Jacobson should call the various parties to the Federal Court and establish precisely what legally enforceable agreements or undertakings have been made between Seven’s billionaire controlling shareholder, the independent fund managers with the swing vote on this contentious deal and the independent directors who are meant to representing us non-Stokes Seven shareholders.

Any shareholder who wishes to appear on Friday only has to fill in the required form and lodge any accompanying affidavit by 5pm tomorrow.

Seven’s man to serve is Freehills partner Geoff Healy.



http://www.crikey.com.au/2010/04/21/why-the-judge-should-make-further-inquiries-on-seven-deal/
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PostSubject: Re: WARNING TO ALL   Mon 7 Jun 2010 - 17:20

Sorry, but it's time I went to bed ...as much as I am enjoying your company this evening.


Night.




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