Conversation Between Arsenalist and Buddahfan

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  1. Yup, that's me. No big deal, they've done that many times before. That blog is mine too...

  2. I don't know if you are the Zarar or not mentioned below by Kevin Arnovitz. If you are he just made available to the entire ESPN readership this name associated with Arsenalist. Might be irrelevant and/or might be no big deal, but I thought I would just send it along to you. No reply needed if relevant or not.

    I did not post any of this on the forum. I did search the name with Google and got this among other things

    Zarar Siddiqi is an analyst for the University of Toronto. His work involves software design and development and he specializes in client/server and internet applications. His other IT interests include MVC frameworks, .NET, web services and SQL. He originally hails from Kashmir and currently resides in Toronto, Canada.


    With Turkoglu and Chris Bosh moving on from Toronto, the Raptors have a ton of possessions to distribute this season. Zarar Siddiqi of Raptors Republic looks at how equitably those opportunities should be spread out.

    Link to article referenced above

    link to the Arnovitz' article itself
  3. Hey Buddah, I don't make the polls, Scott does. I think people are a bit sick of the Bosh talk (at least I am), we'll revisit the booing topic when Bosh is set to play a game in Toronto. I thin it's flogging a dead horse right now.

    I saw the WOT thread, and will contact them about the issue. I think it has to do with the stuff the Turkish hacker put in our footer at the time.

  4. Since there is a a poll on Raptors Republic asking "are you going to boo Bosh" maybe you could update and re-post your original article on the subject of To boo or not to boo, that is the question. As I recall that article generated a good deal of very interesting and insightful comments.

    Just a thought
  5. Just thought I would would pass this on. I don't know how reliable it is but as I have stated elsewhere one can't be too careful about computer security.

    Web of Trust (WOT) now rates as having "a poor reputation" based upon three submissions of "malicious content and viruses" and one submission of "Spam"

    I don't know if you can read the link if you do not have it installed. The website is "". Mywot stands for my web of trust. WOT is a firefox addon. i don't know if it works with IE or not.
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