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Dan Skunk

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May 9, 2004, 8:26:20 PM5/9/04
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Another question.

What horrable injustice was perpetrated on mhirtes by furries to engender
such resentment towards them?


PlanetFur

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May 9, 2004, 8:56:42 PM5/9/04
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Dan Skunk wrote:

People won't buy his FurPlay 'zines anymore (Yes, Hirtes published them
long time ago) and no one will do his harem fetish for free.

So, furries are an injustice he must wipe out because of these.

At least, that's all I can figure out.

Rick Pikul

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May 9, 2004, 10:11:12 PM5/9/04
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In article <c7mjsa$1jub$2...@velox.critter.net>, nos...@nospam.planetfur.com
says...

It also seems to be part of why he can't hold down a job[1],
supposedly he acts in RL the same way he does online.


[1] To the point of qualifying for a disability pension, it isn't
really his fault.

--
Phoenix

Juan F. Lara

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May 9, 2004, 10:42:23 PM5/9/04
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In article <c7mjsa$1jub$2...@velox.critter.net>,

PlanetFur <nos...@nospam.planetfur.com> wrote:
>People won't buy his FurPlay 'zines anymore (Yes, Hirtes published them
>long time ago) and no one will do his harem fetish for free.

He used to slam on anybody that bashed furries then as he's slamming on
furry fans now.

> So, furries are an injustice he must wipe out because of these.
> At least, that's all I can figure out.

Isn't there any way to have his internet access shut down? All these
posts, particularly the one where he threatens people at a furrycon, are
clearly a pattern of harrassment. Isn't it also possible to third party
cancel him?

- Juan F. Lara
http://bellsouthpwp.net/l/a/lara6281/intro.html


Robert Hudson

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May 9, 2004, 11:29:19 PM5/9/04
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Would some kind person sign Mr. Hirtes up for a full course of 'Getting
Hit on the Head lessons'???

Whiffert da Cat
>

Robert Hudson

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May 9, 2004, 11:36:02 PM5/9/04
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mhirtes is probably the most extreme example of what being in the furry
fandom can do to a man.

Be warned.. It can happen to you!

Whiffert da Cat
>
>

mouse

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May 9, 2004, 11:36:06 PM5/9/04
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lj...@ces.clemson.edu (Juan F. Lara) wrote in
news:c7mq6f$9ae$1...@hubcap.clemson.edu:

> All these
> posts, particularly the one where he threatens people at a furrycon, are
> clearly a pattern of harrassment. Isn't it also possible to third party
> cancel him?
>


Hirtes can speak for himself...I just wanted to point out how fucking
unbelievably pathetic you guys are.

your limp-dicked attempts at maliciousness really, truly are laughable

Pyesetz the Dog

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May 9, 2004, 11:53:38 PM5/9/04
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On Mon, 10 May 2004 02:42:23 +0000, Juan F. Lara wrote:
> Isn't there any way to have his internet access shut down?

Not easily. It's much easier to just add him to your killfile. I don't
see his posts anymore. When I see someone else "replying to himself" in
the thread view, and the message begins "mh@nospambots wrote", I just
press the <NEXT> button and move on. There's only so many hours in the
day, I don't want to waste any on posts that won't interest me.

-- Pyesetz the Dog
http://www.pyesetz.furtopia.org

PlanetFur

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May 10, 2004, 12:15:40 AM5/10/04
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Pyesetz the Dog wrote:

> Not easily. It's much easier to just add him to your killfile. I don't
> see his posts anymore. When I see someone else "replying to himself" in
> the thread view, and the message begins "mh@nospambots wrote", I just
> press the <NEXT> button and move on. There's only so many hours in the
> day, I don't want to waste any on posts that won't interest me.

Yes, but how will we ever know who hates us this week?

Oh, yeah, we stopped caring a long time ago.

Still, Mike would be good for a psychology project: Someone who hates
something so much he was once a big supporter of, that now it consumes
all his time and energy trying to be part of it still.

Anyone working on a thesis?

Paul Johnson

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May 10, 2004, 12:11:11 AM5/10/04
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"Dan Skunk" <_@rogers.com> writes:

> What horrable injustice was perpetrated on mhirtes by furries to engender
> such resentment towards them?

His own horrible paranoia is getting to him. Had you read the
archives and lurked for a bit, this would have become immediately
evident.

- --
Paul Johnson
<ba...@ursine.ca>
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mhirtes

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May 10, 2004, 4:59:41 AM5/10/04
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In article <c7mi9m$1ind$1...@velox.critter.net>,
"Dan Skunk" <_@rogers.com> wrote:

Don't expect the furries to even admit it. They think they're perfect in
all things.

It's that MASSIVE delusion they have of themselves, you see.

mhirtes

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May 10, 2004, 5:00:45 AM5/10/04
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In article <c7mjsa$1jub$2...@velox.critter.net>,
PlanetFur <nos...@nospam.planetfur.com> wrote:

> Dan Skunk wrote:
>
> > Another question.
> >
> > What horrable injustice was perpetrated on mhirtes by furries to engender
> > such resentment towards them?
>
> People won't buy his FurPlay 'zines anymore (Yes, Hirtes published them
> long time ago) and no one will do his harem fetish for free.

Is that the BEST you can come up with, little brat? Jeez!

>
> So, furries are an injustice he must wipe out because of these.
>
> At least, that's all I can figure out.

Apparently, you can't figure out very much then.

mhirtes

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May 10, 2004, 5:03:57 AM5/10/04
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In article <c7mq6f$9ae$1...@hubcap.clemson.edu>,

lj...@ces.clemson.edu (Juan F. Lara) wrote:

> In article <c7mjsa$1jub$2...@velox.critter.net>,
> PlanetFur <nos...@nospam.planetfur.com> wrote:
> >People won't buy his FurPlay 'zines anymore (Yes, Hirtes published them
> >long time ago) and no one will do his harem fetish for free.
>
> He used to slam on anybody that bashed furries then as he's slamming on
> furry fans now.

Yeah, becasue I finally woke up and saw furrydom for the twisted
sadistic pack of criminally-insane assholes they really are.

Sorry, but the "Once a furry, always a furry" crap won't flush.



>
> > So, furries are an injustice he must wipe out because of these.
> > At least, that's all I can figure out.
>
> Isn't there any way to have his internet access shut down?

Gee. If only I had a car for you goons to plant your fat asses onto and
keep from leaving (that IS what you like to do with those who dare to
disagree).

> All these
> posts, particularly the one where he threatens people at a furrycon,

Where did I make any threats? Aw jeez! You guys see threats in
EVERYthing, don't you? A crude drawing of a web site logo, and now this
lying sack of shit is trying to say I'm making threats.

Idiot, PUH-LEEZE!

mhirtes

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May 10, 2004, 5:04:54 AM5/10/04
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In article <c7mvhc$1trh$1...@velox.critter.net>,
PlanetFur <nos...@nospam.planetfur.com> wrote:

> Pyesetz the Dog wrote:
>
> > Not easily. It's much easier to just add him to your killfile. I don't
> > see his posts anymore. When I see someone else "replying to himself" in
> > the thread view, and the message begins "mh@nospambots wrote", I just
> > press the <NEXT> button and move on. There's only so many hours in the
> > day, I don't want to waste any on posts that won't interest me.
>
> Yes, but how will we ever know who hates us this week?
>
> Oh, yeah, we stopped caring a long time ago.

No you didn't. In fact, you guys still cringe whenever anyone even says
the word "LOADED" to this day.

mhirtes

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May 10, 2004, 5:06:53 AM5/10/04
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In article <Xns94E4F14...@204.152.189.149>,
mouse <mo...@blackvault.com> wrote:

> lj...@ces.clemson.edu (Juan F. Lara) wrote in
> news:c7mq6f$9ae$1...@hubcap.clemson.edu:
>
> > All these
> > posts, particularly the one where he threatens people at a furrycon, are
> > clearly a pattern of harrassment. Isn't it also possible to third party
> > cancel him?
> >
>
>
> Hirtes can speak for himself...I just wanted to point out how fucking
> unbelievably pathetic you guys are.

I've noticed that you can point it with a Foorman's Pike (oooo! I'm
making "thhhhhreats". Oh my!), but it'll never be able to penetrate the
thick skulls of these freaks.



>
> your limp-dicked attempts at maliciousness really, truly are laughable

Be careful. They may consider your laughter to be a threatening gesture.

OOOOOOOO!!!!

mhirtes

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May 10, 2004, 6:40:08 AM5/10/04
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In article <MPG.1b08aecdc...@news.critter.net>,
Rick Pikul <rwp...@sympatico.ca> wrote:


>
> It also seems to be part of why he can't hold down a job[1],
> supposedly he acts in RL the same way he does online.

I'm just curious in knowing just why you seem to think my behavious is
subject to your approval?

>
>
> [1] To the point of qualifying for a disability pension, it isn't
> really his fault.

Jealous.

Elliot

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May 10, 2004, 3:56:54 PM5/10/04
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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message

> behavious

some new latin word that I'm unfamiliar with? :-P
(sorry, had to correct that one since the keys are a bit spaced)

also...

>I'm just curious in knowing just why you seem to think
>my behavious is subject to your approval?

I suppose we could pose the same question to you, but as was said earilier
in "I can't be the only one...", dance monkey boy dance ^_^

-Elliot


mhirtes

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May 10, 2004, 5:17:13 PM5/10/04
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In article <F7Rnc.17572$k24.3912@fed1read01>,
"Elliot" <ellio...@hotmail.com> wrote:

> "mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
>
> > behavious
>
> some new latin word that I'm unfamiliar with? :-P
> (sorry, had to correct that one since the keys are a bit spaced)

Ahhhh yes. The classic "grammar nazi" attitude that furries are
legendery for. Ignore the message, but nitpick over a mere typo.

>
> also...
>
> >I'm just curious in knowing just why you seem to think
> >my behavious is subject to your approval?
>
> I suppose we could pose the same question to you, but as was said earilier
> in "I can't be the only one...", dance monkey boy dance ^_^

That's okay. Ol Bonzo here will one day be dancing on your proverbial
graves. That's what makes hanging around here worth it eventually.

Dan Skunk

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May 10, 2004, 6:13:02 PM5/10/04
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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
news:mh-B6BFA9.05...@news.central.cox.net...

> In article <MPG.1b08aecdc...@news.critter.net>,
> Rick Pikul <rwp...@sympatico.ca> wrote:
>
>
> >
> > It also seems to be part of why he can't hold down a job[1],
> > supposedly he acts in RL the same way he does online.
>
> I'm just curious in knowing just why you seem to think my behavious is
> subject to your approval?

I think that was more of a cheap shot than righteous indignation. (Not
really what I was looking for.)

Your behaviour is not subject to anyone's approval--except if you decide to
do something illegal. I'm just wondering what you're so upset about.

Dan Skunk

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May 10, 2004, 6:13:34 PM5/10/04
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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
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> In article <F7Rnc.17572$k24.3912@fed1read01>,
> "Elliot" <ellio...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > "mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
> >
> > > behavious
> >
> > some new latin word that I'm unfamiliar with? :-P
> > (sorry, had to correct that one since the keys are a bit spaced)
>
> Ahhhh yes. The classic "grammar nazi" attitude that furries are
> legendery for. Ignore the message, but nitpick over a mere typo.

That would be a fallacy of relevance.

Dan Skunk

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May 10, 2004, 6:15:35 PM5/10/04
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"Juan F. Lara" <lj...@ces.clemson.edu> wrote in message
news:c7mq6f$9ae$1...@hubcap.clemson.edu...

> In article <c7mjsa$1jub$2...@velox.critter.net>,
> PlanetFur <nos...@nospam.planetfur.com> wrote:
> >People won't buy his FurPlay 'zines anymore (Yes, Hirtes published them
> >long time ago) and no one will do his harem fetish for free.
>
> He used to slam on anybody that bashed furries then as he's slamming
on
> furry fans now.
>
Hmm... Perhaps he's just very passionate about his beliefs. Now what make
him change is the question?

Dan Skunk

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May 10, 2004, 6:18:51 PM5/10/04
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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
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Meh... People are free to hold their own opinions. I, of course, care if
they have some misguided negative opinion of me and am happy to discuss it
with them... There comes a point where you have to just let them be and
move on to a more profitable venture.


Dan Skunk

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May 10, 2004, 6:27:57 PM5/10/04
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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
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> In article <c7mq6f$9ae$1...@hubcap.clemson.edu>,
> lj...@ces.clemson.edu (Juan F. Lara) wrote:
>
> > In article <c7mjsa$1jub$2...@velox.critter.net>,
> > PlanetFur <nos...@nospam.planetfur.com> wrote:
> > >People won't buy his FurPlay 'zines anymore (Yes, Hirtes published them
> > >long time ago) and no one will do his harem fetish for free.
> >
> > He used to slam on anybody that bashed furries then as he's
slamming on
> > furry fans now.
>
> Yeah, becasue I finally woke up and saw furrydom for the twisted
> sadistic pack of criminally-insane assholes they really are.
>
"Assholes." Aha! So people did rub you the wrong way.

Who did what?

I'm a furry, and I'm not an asshole; therefore, not all furries are
assholes. :)

> Sorry, but the "Once a furry, always a furry" crap won't flush.
>

*nods* People move on from one interest to another. Nothing wrong with
that.

> >
> > > So, furries are an injustice he must wipe out because of these.
> > > At least, that's all I can figure out.
> >
> > Isn't there any way to have his internet access shut down?
>
> Gee. If only I had a car for you goons to plant your fat asses onto and
> keep from leaving (that IS what you like to do with those who dare to
> disagree).
>
> > All these
> > posts, particularly the one where he threatens people at a furrycon,
>
> Where did I make any threats? Aw jeez! You guys see threats in
> EVERYthing, don't you? A crude drawing of a web site logo, and now this
> lying sack of shit is trying to say I'm making threats.
>

The 'blowing up furries and watching them burn' thing was somewhat
threatening.

> Idiot, PUH-LEEZE!


Dan Skunk

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May 10, 2004, 6:35:29 PM5/10/04
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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
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What delusion would that be?

I'm furry, and I don't think I'm deluded. I don't *believe* I'm really a
skunk. I don't believe were superior to non-furries. Sure, I think we have
our good points. Most furries I see are open and honest about their
feelings and are accepting of others and they're fun to play with and are
not afraid of showing affection for people. I don't think furry is the only
way to achieve these goals though.


Dan Skunk

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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
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Let's enlighten him then, shall we? :)


Dan Skunk

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Naw. I'm too nice.


Dan Skunk

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> "Dan Skunk" <_@rogers.com> writes:
>
> > What horrable injustice was perpetrated on mhirtes by furries to
engender
> > such resentment towards them?
>
> His own horrible paranoia is getting to him. Had you read the
> archives and lurked for a bit, this would have become immediately
> evident.

"Paranoia" Hmm...

This mystery might take a while to solve.

Tamar

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May 10, 2004, 9:18:31 PM5/10/04
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You looked at there dicks?

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Tamar

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It's called obsessive compulsive syndrome.

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mouse

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May 10, 2004, 11:59:02 PM5/10/04
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"Dan Skunk" <_@rogers.com> wrote in news:c7p05s$2eeu$1...@velox.critter.net:

> What delusion would that be?
>
> I'm furry, and I don't think I'm deluded. I don't *believe* I'm really a
> skunk.


shutup troll.

Wanderer

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May 11, 2004, 1:10:19 AM5/11/04
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"mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
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> Don't expect the furries to even admit it. They think they're perfect in
> all things.
>
> It's that MASSIVE delusion they have of themselves, you see.

In other words, he doesn't know, either. It's the same thing he said back
when I asked, in '97 or '98, and he hasn't changed a keystroke since.

Come on, Mikey, admit you've completely furgotten what you're so mad at
everyone in the world that lieks cartoons about. Admitting you have a
problem is the first step...

Yours wolfishly,

The straightforward,

Wanderer
wand...@ticnet.com

"Where am I going? I don't quite know.
What does it matter *where* people go?
Down to the woods where the bluebells grow!
Anywhere! Anywhere! *I* don't know!"
-- a. a. milne


Steven R. Addlesee

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May 11, 2004, 1:34:14 AM5/11/04
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mhirtes <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message news:<mh-B6BFA9.05...@news.central.cox.net>...

> > It also seems to be part of why he can't hold down a job[1],
> > supposedly he acts in RL the same way he does online.
>
> I'm just curious in knowing just why you seem to think my behavious is
> subject to your approval?

Actually, that IS a valid question.


Steven R. Addlesee

Steven R. Addlesee

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May 11, 2004, 1:40:43 AM5/11/04
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mhirtes <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message news:<mh-42A895.16...@news.central.cox.net>...

> > some new latin word that I'm unfamiliar with? :-P
> > (sorry, had to correct that one since the keys are a bit spaced)
>
> Ahhhh yes. The classic "grammar nazi" attitude that furries are
> legendery for. Ignore the message, but nitpick over a mere typo.

True. Then there's either the "subject change", or the complete
meltdown with insults, or "hold me back" when they actually threaten
to "get even" when they see you at the next convention (hell, I part
the ring ropes for them).


Steven R. Addlesee

Steven R. Addlesee

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May 11, 2004, 1:54:55 AM5/11/04
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mhirtes <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message news:<mh-BE5F57.04...@news.central.cox.net>...

> Yeah, becasue I finally woke up and saw furrydom for the twisted
> sadistic pack of criminally-insane assholes they really are.
>
> Sorry, but the "Once a furry, always a furry" crap won't flush.

I remember when they recently made the same claim about me, although I
retired from furdom four years ago. Then they took the time to slam
me to the point to where if I was asked if I wanted to return to
furdom, I'd reply "not even if it'd end the war in Iraq and help the
space program". As if I'd rejoin such a conditional and fickle genre
of fandom (even Trek fandom isn't that bad).


Steven R. Addlesee

Steven R. Addlesee

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May 11, 2004, 2:04:21 AM5/11/04
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mhirtes <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message news:<mh-BE5F57.04...@news.central.cox.net>...

> Yeah, becasue I finally woke up and saw furrydom for the twisted

> sadistic pack of criminally-insane assholes they really are.
>
> Sorry, but the "Once a furry, always a furry" crap won't flush.

I remember when they recently made the same claim about me, although I

Steven R. Addlesee

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"Dan Skunk" <_@rogers.com> wrote in message news:<c7p05s$2eeu$1...@velox.critter.net>...

> "mhirtes" <m...@nospambots.com> wrote in message
> news:mh-787502.03...@news.central.cox.net...
> > Don't expect the furries to even admit it. They think they're perfect in
> > all things.
> >
> > It's that MASSIVE delusion they have of themselves, you see.
>
> What delusion would that be?
>
> I'm furry, and I don't think I'm deluded. I don't *believe* I'm really a
> skunk. I don't believe were superior to non-furries. Sure, I think we have
> our good points. Most furries I see are open and honest about their
> feelings and are accepting of others and they're fun to play with and are
> not afraid of showing affection for people. I don't think furry is the only
> way to achieve these goals though.

Hokay....Mike does tend to lump "all" instead of "some" or "most" when
he makes his comments about furdom. I was in furdom for seven years,
and while I met some good people, I certainly dealt with and endured
the SMOFs, policymakers, artgods, fanboys, and other assorted
villainy. They were part of my reasons for leaving furdom. However,
compared to Mike Hirtes, I left more quietly.


Steven R. Addlesee

Wanderer

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May 11, 2004, 2:15:47 AM5/11/04
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"mouse" <mo...@blackvault.com> wrote in message
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> shutup troll.

PKB. Bye-bye, now...

Yours wolfishly,

The drive-by-commenting,

Wanderer

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May 11, 2004, 2:37:25 AM5/11/04