Re: Extremism

From: Joe Dees (
Date: Fri Jan 12 2001 - 22:40:27 MST

('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) >Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 20:01:59 -0500
>From: "Michael S. Lorrey" <>
>Subject: Re: Extremism
>Harvey Newstrom wrote:
>> >Joe's rhetoric was extremely similar to that normally seen from such
>> >trolls, so I thought I'd see if I could hook anything.
>> No harm done, but your cure seems about as abusive to the list as the
>> disease. If you are right, do you really think he would answer your
>> question truthfully?
>Getting a long delay in an answer is useful intelligence, and an
>untruthful answer, recorded on the archives, is also useful if it ever
>comes out that he was (once again) lying through his teeth.
>While I admit I participated in baiting him, it was merely providing him
>with the rope he hung himself with (once again), despite my best efforts
>in trying to caution him against his folly. This time, not only did he
>spam and flame the list (once again), but we documented him lying and
>being hypocritical (and continued in this behavior after it was pointed
>out to him, which is highly irrational), such that I think that its
>rather clear to all and sundry that
>Mr Joe Dees is a troll, an extremist
>with significant problems restraining himself verbally and a lack of
>connection to reality, and a lack of ability to tell the truth, who sees
>himself as a martyr of some sort, who will appoint himself as list
>crusader and defender of the faith
Mikey here demonstrates his true ability to psychologically project his own traits upon others.
> (despite being the one who was
>previously kicked off the list, while I was not, contrary to his claims,
>and despite nobody I know of asking him to do so).
>Despite my best efforts of encouragement, list members insist on talking
>about that dreaded subject on this list. I won't stoop to the rude and
>obnoxious methods Mr. Dees engages in, being the libertarian that I am.
>It seems to me that the market is speaking. Is anyone hearing?

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