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  • MJD
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    >Link requires registration. They ain't givin me no cookies.

    This has most of it:

    http://www.sportsbusinessnews.com/index ... y_id=34461

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  • Jefferson Buffalo
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    Omigod! They're at it again! :-)

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  • malmo
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    >register with a false entry, then go back and delete the cookies that are
    >placed there. I clean the cookies off my computer at least once a week for the
    >websites that I don't want to share info (BTW, this website drops cookies on
    >your computer--how do you think you log in?).

    Why don't you just get one of the many "window washer" type software that's available?

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  • RMc
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    >Link requires registration. They ain't givin me no cookies.

    You can register with a false entry, then go back and delete the cookies that are placed there. I clean the cookies off my computer at least once a week for the websites that I don't want to share info (BTW, this website drops cookies on your computer--how do you think you log in?).

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  • MJD
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    >Link requires registration. They ain't givin me no cookies.

    Could have sworn I was able to open it this morning and I'm not registered...actually I can open it with Netscape but not Explorer.

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    Link requires registration. They ain't givin me no cookies.

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  • Pego
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    The heat is on. Will it sustain, that's the question.

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  • MJD
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    The Perjury Card

    "Federal prosecutors involved in the BALCO case have said they will seek perjury charges against any witnesses believed to have given false testimony before the San Francisco grand jury."

    "MLB almost certainly would suspend Bonds if it were revealed he lied to the grand jury. His response in coming days could help determine how long his pursuit of Henry Aaron's home run record is interrupted."

    "http://chicagosports.chicagotribune.com/sports/baseball/cs-0403210095mar21,1,489716.story?coll=cs-baseball-print"
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