RE: Can you say "troll"?

From: Joe Dees (
Date: Tue Jan 09 2001 - 20:50:57 MST

('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) >From: "Russell Whitaker" <>
>Subject: Can you say "troll"?
>Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2001 02:32:20 -0000
>I thought you could.
>Listen, folks, it's obvious that "Joe Dees" has an issue
>with emotional control. Don't bother wasting your time
>trying to reason with him; he doesn't seem to have reasoned
>himself *into* the position he's taken. James Rogers
>made the most concise statement with respect to
>Mr. Dees' apparent emotional stability.
>I say this with sincere respect to those much more
>levelheaded list members who, while they may not (yet <wink>)
>agree with my opinions on RKBA matters, have for the most
>part not engaged
>in the myriad of ad hominen attacks characteristic of
>Joe Dees (argumentum ad hominen being only the most
>prevalent of the fallacies employed by Mr. Dees).
>Pro-RKBA list members: you're not going to change the
>guy's mind. Most of us here have at least some degree
>of respect for the the most fundamental human right, the
>right of self defense. Consider it a given and move on.
>So, then, that having been said, why not argue the
>*important* issues... like why Glocks are _obviously_
>superior all-around combat arms for Extropians
>than SIGs, H&K, or Kimbers?
You should duck your head with that - out of sheer shame. I was engaged in an academic phenomenology of extremism, and those trolls who in their hearts of hearts KNOW that they are extremists, whatever they are prepared to admit to themselves or to others, crawled out of the list woodwork and off of the exi-freedom list to which their carnivorous and cannibalistic gun conversations have long for very good reason been banished, and pack attacked me, like the herdly sheeple they are. Take it back to exi-freedom, troll - and KEEP and BEAR it there, so we won't have to bear it here.
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