I just found out about the (in your words) wikivertisement. I would like to apologise for my 12 year old child's behaviour from the ip address 18.104.22.168. I have put a stop to it and given him a lecture. I have disabled his internet through our router so there should be no more wikivertisement. If you could unblock 22.214.171.124 that would be great. I guess my kid got a little too enthusiastic about the whole thing with the website that we created together. On the commercial side of it i do belive that http://www.osxx86.tk and http://www.osx86project.org can co exist and support eachother. If you wish i can put a few more links to you and if there is a specific problem that you have with the site feel free to post it on its forums under suggestions or right here even. I hope my kid did not tick you off too much and i do understand the hardships of administrating and will understand fully if you chose to keep 126.96.36.199 blocked.
From "The Creator"
I will be more than happy to unban 188.8.131.52 provided that the address you have just posted from, 184.108.40.206, does not continue to spam these links as well. It's a bargin of trust. Give it a few days, and I'll unban it.
Thank you very much for unbanning my ip. You wont get any messages from this ip either. I just proxied with it so that i could send u the message. Ill only continue to use it until my other one is unbanned. I dont even own it. Thank you very much for listening to me, i know it must be hard to administrate these forums and the wiki too. It must take many hours per day, especially with the lockdown that just happened, having to shift through all of those pages. I do apolgise for all those things that my son posted on this wiki. I have spoken with him just so you know and explained how many hours people have to spend to administrate these things and how they are not just a game, how there are people on the other side.
From "The Creator"
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