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  • Isn't it possible to see who did the tagging? It does seem a little odd.
    • I don't see any obvious relation between the three stories. And while a user's tags are public (you've been a busy guy, there), there does not seem to be a way to get from the tag to the user. Or not one that I have found.
    • El Lobo [] commented in all three discussions, but the tagging was done by someone else.
    • Here [] is the tagger.

      And this [] more or less explains the tagging. El Lobo apparently fancies himself the anti-twitter, in some fashion. Of course, from my reading of twitter, El Lobo may well actually be twitter.
      • If i understood, this guys is some sort of pro-MS troll. The tag is a reaction against his comments appearing in the thread?? But i'm still not entirely sure what the point of that is supposed to be.. ?

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