In article <g_CdnXaVwJzmvRHUnZ2dnUVZ_hmdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Terry Porter <linux-2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > How exactly is reading material that someone has published with the
> > intent that people come and read it (and in fact has spammed links to
> > all over the net, to try to get people to come and read it) stalking,
> > Terry?
> Stalking? is defined as:
> the following of a person about or the watching or frequenting
> of the vicinity of or an approach to a person?s place of residence,
> business or work or any place that a person frequents for the purposes of
> any social or leisure activity.
> The way you follow Roys every post on this, a Linux Advocate newsgroup,
> commenting negatively on his every post, comes pretty close to stalking in
> my opinion, especially considering you are not a Linux advocate and have no
> business being here.
So let's see. I comment negatively on a small fraction of Roy's posts.
You say that is stalking. You comment, negatively, on a much larger
percentage of my posts. So you are stalking, then? Chris responds to a
large fraction of Hadron's posts--stalking by your logic. Hadron
responds to a large fraction of Chris's posts--stalking@ Sinister Midget
has been stalking Erik for years, according to your definition.
Meanwhile, Roy tries to track down where people leave, does criminal
background checks on them, tries to dig up personal information--and
that's not stalking in your mind. Wow.