Re: Don't feed the troll (Was: Synchronization Question)

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Sun, 20 Sep 2009 19:31:56 -0400
Harold "Curly" Phillips wrote:

"Lars Enderin" <> wrote in message

Dave Searles wrote:

Jerry Gerrone wrote:

None of the nasty things that you have said or implied about me are at
all true.

Oh. my. God.

What the HELL have you unleashed, Lew? I count three posts by this
guy and a dozen or so by "Nebulous", all repeating the above lines
over and over.

I can only presume that you stirred up some sort of hornet's nest,
since all of those posts are either responses to your post with what
Jerry characterizes as a "paranoid delusion and insult" or indirect
followups to the same post.

For the sake of argument, let's assume that you are not Jerry Gerrone
(Nebulous is just one of his names - Twisted is the name in which he
started one of the longest flame wars in Usenet history). If so, a
word of advice:
Your behaviour in this/these group(s) is almost as bad as Jerry's, and
that's really bad. It's very easy to believe that you are the same
person, just trying to be free of the Twisted stigma, but your
reaction to valid criticism trips you up.
You should clean up your act.

He's very unlikely to clean up his act, he's been a nuisance on usenet
for at least fifteen years. In that time he has received lots of
well-meant advice that he is evidently unable to process.

Some aliases which all eventually exhibited some or all of his
identifying behaviours: Paul Derbyshire Paul Derbyshire - Twisted - Ben Phillips - - Jerry Gerrone Saint Nick secret decoder ring - - Seamus MacRae Harold Yarmouth Paul Derbyshire Captain Koloth Blue Indigo Larry K. Wollensham Corbomite Device Little Green Man Series Expansion Gerald Murdock Cellular Automaton Dave Searles

I expect he has used many other aliases and will use many more.

If properly added he would probably make #1 on Wojteks list.

I could also think of a few other lists where he would make #1.


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