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The specialist knows everything about a little and nothing about everything else.
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And your point is?
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SPAM is coming!
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Kind of like a jack of all trades and a master of none ?????
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Patience is a virtue(especially for those waiting to pounce on a spammer finally revealing a spam post).

BTW by adding to this post, if started by a spammer, cleanup becomes more onerous I assume.
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