From: Tom MacIntyre
Subject: Re: Lack of trolls, kooks etc. in SED --- Theories?
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <3D90ABBB.63A3566D@cox.net> <3D90E432.3E756D60@xympatico.ca>
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Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 22:57:53 GMT
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On Tue, 24 Sep 2002 18:16:18 -0400, Joseph Legris
>Jim Thompson wrote:
>> 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
>Would the effects of diabetes (lots of little strokes I presume) just
>come and go? I'd expect a continual decline. I think R. is still with us
>as Fred Bloggs. He's smart, suffers no fools gladly and comes from
Severe blood sugar fluctuations can really make an otherwise "normal"
person seem to be very moody. Take any so-called normal person and
pull their blood sugar down by any means, and they'll have no control
over the outcome. I've seen it...