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The (ex-)user "Dave Mar" copied a comment of mine from one of my questions and posted it as an answer; here's the link. He lists his web site as being my stackoverflow profile.

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Could one of your co-workers be playing a joke on you? I'm seeing a fair amount of activity on the site coming from your company. – Bill the Lizard Aug 13 '09 at 12:34
I don't think it's a coworker. The large amount of activity isn't surprising. It's a really big company. – Dave Aug 13 '09 at 16:30
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Looks like it. The surname "Mar" looks like the month you posted. Very dodgy. I'll delete the account and flag it...

For info, this would have been fine as a "flag for moderator attention" (or whatever the button is called), but MSO is OK too.

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Thanks. If it happens again, I'll flag it. – Dave Aug 13 '09 at 16:33

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