Message from discussion What's Bob Sutor afraid of?
From: Hadron <hadronqu...@googlemail.com>
Subject: Re: What's Bob Sutor afraid of?
Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2008 16:00:54 +0100
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Sinister Midget <fardblos...@gmail.com> writes:
> On 2008-03-16, Jesper Lund Stocholm <jls2...@lundstocholm.invalid> claimed:
>> Seriously, that's nuts. Blocking comments with personal attacks is one
>> thing, but blocking simply because I disagree is not cool. Also, Bob Sutor
>> made another article about ODF Alliance and this post has also had comments
>> disabled. I believe this blocked comment was my second post to his blog -
>> ever. It's not like I'm a daily annoyance to his blog.
> You're speaking for yourself. Timmy and others are relentless trolls
> and stalkers. They might even be recognized quickly by those they've
> trolled and stalked repeatedly, even when they try to game the system
> by changing identities.
You are lying.
> He may have allowed responses to those areas in the past and been
> burned by assholes and jerks who abuse the opening. If I was doing it
> I'd imagine I'd close either certain topics or all of it after being
> hit by the South Park Retard Gang, as led by Timmy. Since allowing /no/
> comments would lead to a total lack of interest by anyone eventually,
> the next best tactic would be to close off certain topics that draw the
> maggots in.
You sound ridiculous.