From: "Bill sloman"
Subject: Re: Lack of trolls, kooks etc. in SED --- Theories?
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 00:18:12 +0200
Organization: Planet Internet
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"Jim Thompson" wrote in message
> On Tue, 24 Sep 2002 18:15:47 GMT,
> Mark Fergerson ,
> In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
> Article: <3D90ABBB.63A3566D@cox.net>,
> Entitled: "Re: Lack of trolls, kooks etc. in SED --- Theories?",
> Wrote the following:
> | I recall flaming R once, intimating a
> |mental disorder (on his part) and
> |offering some (non-)professional advice,
> |for which _I_ got slightly flamed. He
> |vanished shortly thereafter.
> Having talked on the phone to Robert, my suspicions now run to
> *severe* diabetes with its concomitant mental effects.
> Robert dropped off the group so suddenly it's quite possible that he's
> | And just in case, no, I'm not going to
> |try to get rid of any others. Some
> |people's idea of "troll" is my idea of
> |"occasionally cranky, but worthwhile,
> |poster" (I'm thinking specifically of
> |you, R.S.W., not that I think I could
> |drive you off, anyway). So there!
> | Mark L. Fergerson
> Author R.S.W. and all its variations, and any mention of R.S.W. in a
> Subject are auto-killed; so I'm never annoyed by him anymore.
Your loss. He does *much* better abuse than Robert ever did (though Robert
Bill Sloman, Nijmegen - nowhere near Irak and not all that close to the
International Court in den Hague (for the benefit of the CIA, whom seem to
need that sort of information)