posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 12:41 AM
Not a big deal, but I thought this very curious. I became a member here July 20, 2010 and made my first post July 21, 2010.
I've accessed godlikeproductions.com probably half a dozen times (that I can remember) over the last six months; maybe a year. I am not a member; I
have never posted.
I tried to access a GLP page today when looking up info on the S510 Food Safety Modernization Act
bill and received the "SORRY - YOUR IP
ADDRESS HAS BEEN BANNED - Thank you for not stalking!"
page. It did state also that sometimes entire ISP providers must be banned because of
attacks and I could have been "inadvertently caught up" in that.
entire ISP providers?? Seriously? Like they're the crypt keepers or something? Curious, I started looking up reasons for banning
- since I never posted, I probably am unknowingly involved in AT&T's conspiracy to bring down GLP.
Still curious, though, I scanned my computer thinking maybe I did sign up during a daze and my alter-ego posted something outrageous enough to get me
banned (nope). Then I tried to find when I last accessed the site, saved a link or something. Sometime in July I accessed a thread about the
"planetary alignment," and on 7/22/2010 I accessed a thread about "increasing earthquakes" in my region. I also had a cookie from GLP this same
date that included the Google search terms.
I'm not bothered (not a loss in view of the "quality" I saw there), or paranoid (though just because I'm not paranoid doesn't mean they aren't
out to get me *lol* kidding!) - I just find it interesting that the first time I ever see a "Your IP has been banned" page it's from GLP, and I
last visited that site two days after becoming an ATS member.