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Re: A Warning to Chris and Hadron

After takin' a swig o' grog, Tim Smith belched out
  this bit o' wisdom:

> In article <7yTPl.42420$v8.26417@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>  Chris Ahlstrom <ahlstromc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ...
>> > On Sun, 17 May 2009 13:57:42 +0200, Hadron wrote:
>> >
>> >> It's probably Liarmutt and all the rest of Roy's arse kissers refreshing
>> >> the page waiting for more of his "advocacy" ....
> ...
>> That's about as good as Linux advocacy gets with the insane Quark troll.
> Both of you should spend a while reflecting on the sad case of Roy 
> Culley.  He became obsessed over Erik Funkenbusch, and that obsession 
> apparently drove him somewhat insane.  He started responding to pretty 
> much everything Erik said  If Erik said something sensible (which he 
> does most of the time), Culley would take the opposite position.  Culley 
> would constantly bring up old mistakes of Erik's.  Culley created 
> aliases and used them to attack Erik.  He signed up to services in 
> Erik's name.
> You are both in danger of becoming the next Culley.  Don't let that 
> happen.

What a load of garbage, Tim.  While I admit I respond by proxy to that
raving asshole Hadron too much, what you said above is simply nonsensical
bullshit in regard to myself or Hadron.  As far as I know, Hadron has not
ventured beyond COLA to do me harm, other than seeding Google with
lying statements to which he attaches my full name.

Hadron came in here and has constantly attacked me for basically no reason.
Hadron is merely a disruptive Usenet kook.  If I never saw his trolling crap
in responses to troll feeders such as HPT and Jed, I wouldn't give him a
second thought.

Are trying to insinuate that Hadron is a sensible human being in COLA?

Take your advice and stick it where the sun don't shine, Tim.  You are as
much a troll as Hadron.  It's just that you are sneakier about your

The naked truth of it is, I have no shirt.
		-- William Shakespeare, "Love's Labour's Lost"

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