On Sun, 02 Nov 2008 07:08:47 -0700, High Plains Thumper wrote:
> Moshe Goldfarb. wrote:
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> Tattoo Vampire on Saturday :
>>>> High Plains Thumper wrote:
>>>>> Perhaps it is time to start
>>>>> comp.os.linux.advocacy.moderated group? Your thoughts?
>>>> I think you're right. Assholes like Queeg and Splat make
>>>> it miserable for the real users here.
>>> I'm in favour. Let's do this. :-)
>> Of course you are in favor of it Spamowitz. Why? Because you
>> will be able to SPAM your nonsense without any rebuttal and it
>> will all show up in Google, which is what your real motive is.
>> Folks, ya'll have created a monster and I can't believe you
>> are this ignorant.
> Oh yeah:
WOOOOOOOOOSH! Right over the Flatfish trolls head at 20,000 ft.
Roy's so called "spam" (which it *isn't*) is posted in here to drown out
the whinging, moaning, lying trolls. For that *very* reason, they don't
In a moderated group, we could have proper discussions & debates.
There wouldn't be any need for Roy to this in there.
AFAIC Roy could still post his [News] items in here.
> Subject: Re: Roy Schestowitz
> Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2008 08:37:41 +0100
> Message-ID: MPG.22710e9e34014f6b9896a3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> He has software that takes RSS feeds, sorts them, searches for
>> certain phrases, makes comments taken from a database and
>> spits out the stuff to every corner of the Internet.
> Unlike you - a troll with a chip on your shoulder who manually
> creates so much shite aka anti-Roy spam that no-one, that's
> right, NO-ONE wants to read, that you've single-handedly reduced
> the appeal and effectiveness of a newsgroup.
> Please, go create another group and move to it. If you really
> have a voice someone wants to listen to, you'll get them moving
> over to it.
> You can get treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder you know!
> Speaking of starting groups, this Moshe troll ought to follow the
> poster's advice and find another to rant in.
Indeed, & he can take his sibling trolls with him to a Windows group.
Most people are sheep.
Microsoft is very effective
at fleecing the flockers.