On Sun, 20 Jan 2013 07:15:28 -0600, Kia wrote:
> Nadegda Seamus Derbyshire TXd internally to form Stoopid is as Stoopid
One thing Stoopid does is write unintelligible garbage like "TXd" instead
of plain English, kook.
>>On Fri, 18 Jan 2013 22:07:12 -0500, kensi Seamus Derbyshire wrote:
>>> On 18/01/2013 8:08 PM, Friendly Neighbor Vote Wrangler (One Of Four) ®
>>>> In article <kdcqo2$at2$8...@dont-email.me
>>>>> Unless you've been in a net.hole for the past week or two, you'll
>>>>> have heard of RSS pioneer, Demand Progress co-founder, and
>>>>> pro-Internet- freedom activist Aaron Swartz's tragic suicide.
In what way is that "bullshit", kook? Are you claiming he's still alive?
I don't suppose you'd be providing *proof* of that claim?
> "pro-Internet freedom activist" my ass.
> One damn'd freeloading son-of-a-beetch is more the truth.
Evidence? Because he downloaded something that was being offered for free
he was "freeloading"? That's not how "freeloading" is usually defined,
> Good riddance to bad rubbish.
NOMINATION: Murphy for a George Pickett Memorial Trophy for the above
dishonoring of the dead purely to be contrary and argumentative in
picking a fight on Usenet. Your kooky quest to destroy the Tetrarchy,
find your "Derbyshire", and control discourse in various newsgroups truly
does know no bounds, does it?
This will be your second Pickett if you win it, for fuck's sake.
>>>> Good for the world eh?
> Shame Derbyshire is just a little smarter in studying how to use the
> system to survive without contributing ANY product.
Evidence for your kooky k'lame? (That means proving Derbyshire exists
*and* that he does not contribute anything.)
>>>>> What you may not have heard is that it resulted from the stress and
>>>>> pressure caused by a malicious prosecution by the United States
>>>>> federal government for an act that was not even criminal. He used an
>>>>> open network connection at MIT, which explicitly allowed free guest
>>>>> access, to download academic research papers that were available for
>>>>> free for any user on that particular network; for this, somehow, he
>>>>> was accused of violating anti-hacking laws; and the sheer, crushing,
>>>>> unrelenting pressure a gung-ho government prosecution can put on a
>>>>> person did him in.
>>>> Poor bastard....<snicker>
> ya mean.
> lily livered luzer with none to even less concept of Life.
More evidence you deserve that Pickett, kook.
>>>>> A touching tribute to Swartz can be read at:
>>>> Too faggy, no thanks
> Yew should have... this gem is buried innit;
> "It was Aaron, sorting out his life in public. That may be more
> these days, but it was certainly relatively new back then, "
> ... then go read Derbyshire's archived blogs:
Did ... did you just suggest that Swartz and Derbyshire were the same
Of course, if that's true, then Derbyshire really is dead now, kook. I
don't suppose you'll no longer be accusing anyone of being him anymore,
> Paul is limping along on the back of a loonie bus rider ONLY because
> they share like vibes in who should help them live their Life with
That use of the present tense is not a very encouraging sign, kooky. Then
again, if I were your psychiatrist I'd probably be worried about how the
entire rest of that sentence after "Paul is" simply does not make any
sense whatsoever. Disordered thought like that is a sign of possible
> It is ALL our fault, Derbyshire is never wrong! haw haw!
He'd have to exist to be wrong. And who, precisely, are you speaking for
when you say "our", above, kook? Or are you just using the royal "we" due
to one delusion of grandeur or another?
>>>>> You may also wish to donate to Demand Progress, and if you are in
>>>>> academia, you may wish to donate your academic papers to the cause
>>>>> of free access to academic information by uploading them somewhere
>>>>> and tweeting the links with hashtag #pdftribute as described here:
> ... your attitude fits with all I have read on you, Derbyshire, another
> two bit loser who expects a free ride, owed one in fact. Swartz and you
> should share a shell. BE quick and you might just get to share a seat on
> the bus! [snarf snarf snarf]
To the extent that the above can even be interpreted, it's quite
Incidentally, what the hell kind of afterlife has a "shell" and a "bus"
involved in transporting people to the underworld, rather than the more
traditional ferry across an underground river? Does anyone know of any
extant religion or extinct mythology that has such a thing? Maybe one of
those UFO cults that I try my best to ignore right here in LA?
Yeah, it's probably a UFO cult. That would fit *right* in with the rest
of Murphy's wackiness.
First of all, I'm not a prosecutor. I'm just a kookologist and auk FNVW.
Secondly, I don't nominate people just for disagreeing with something
they do; I nominate people for saying or doing things that are bona fide
insane and kooky.
And lastly, it's quite hypocritical of you to suggest such a thing when
*you* keep whining and begging newsadmins to throw the book at random
usenetters because you don't like them or disagreed with something they
>>>>> The tweets are being collected here:
>>>>> May you find in death the peace that eluded you in life, Aaron.
> oH fookin' spare us the falsetto wail, luzer.
More evidence for your Pickett, kook. That's just about the least
appropriate possible response to such a statement.
>>>> No longer accepted nor recognized. You're toast lil fella.
>>> You are really a piece of work, aren't you?
>>> Nadegda's nominations are hereby seconded.
>>I knew I could count on you, kensi.
> Derbyshire's bats are away in full flight. heh
Squirrels, bats -- just how many exotic pets does/did the guy keep,
>>It's $4.99, with all of the profits being donated to Demand Progress and
>>Fight for the Future, two of the leading activist groups fighting on
>>these issues. (I'm not sure how the money will be split between the two
>>groups; likely equally, but don't quote me on that.)
> FOAD - yer Spammin' podgy shortass kunt.
Sez the kook who once posted 30 identical messages to rec.arts.tv
space of an hour, crossposting some of them for a cumulative BI of 40.
I'd nominate you for this month's Lodestone Award, but I see that Andrew
Wilson already has and that that nomination's already been seconded, by
kensi. I'll just have to settle for waiting until February and then
voting for it, then.