On 10/14/2016 10:22 AM, xorc...@sigaint.org wrote:
>> Fishing for an age... Wrong. Don't bother trying again.
> Not two minutes before you sent the above quoted message, you posted a
> message saying your reply would be the last in thread. Obviously not.
> But whatever. Uhm -- No, not fishing at all.  Maybe you are a senile
> 71-yro after all? Because your memory is obviously garbage.
> In our first interaction on this list you made a ridiculous claim that you
> were being profiled by the government. In your words, paraphrased, since
> before they were really using computers, when things were being done with
> paper and punch cards.
> As I pointed out in a private message to you, which you also then posted
> publicly here, punch cards were phased out in the 1960s.
> If you were a well-connected extremely rabid 20-year-old radical in 1965,
> to make the fed's watch-list at that tender age, today you would be 71
> years old.
> I don't care how old you are. It's just an observation based on the
> stupid, paranoid, ridiculous shit that you constantly say. And I'll tell
> you WHY I don't care, in the slightest, about you or any personal details
> about you:
> You're an unimportant, clueless child, with a penchant for paranoia, and
> grandiose claims. You're rude, wear the term "asshole" like a badge of
> honor. This alone limits any effect, or importance you could possibly have
> to anyone, in any possible universe or social circle here on earth. You're
> nothing, and the few morsels of information or opinion that you offer that
> are worth anything, are really just pre-chewed pieces of fat gleaned from
> other sources. At best, you're the net equivalent of a talking head,
> dutifully reading off the page presented to you from somewhere else,
> trying to convince us that it has merit.
> You have never had an original thought in your short little life, and
> since you obviously feed your ego mostly through the goings-on here - the
> net equivalent of scrawling graffiti in a dis-used lavatory at a random
> highway rest stop, it is quite likely that you never will have such a
> thought.
> You have proudly written about how you avoid IT work, preferring other
> forms of labor out of some ideological duty -- which may be at least
> partly true, but it is just as likely, given the observations above, that
> you're just scared shitless to actually put your talents and mind to the
> test, because deep down, you wonder if you have what it takes.
> That's just my opinion, off the top of my head, from what I remember of
> your nonsense.
> It would be dizzingly pathetic, if it weren't so clockwork-regular like a
> fucking automaton.

That sound about right.

Thanks, bro :)

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