Sunday, June 4, 2006

Hey, "Michael Badnarik"

To the ridiculously ineffective troll called "Michael Badnarik":

I know where you come from.

Go cry to your liberal friends. I could parody a liberal far better than you parody me. Tell them to send a better troll next time, jackass.

UPDATE : Now he's claiming that this post is a "meltdown". What a damn sissy. Well, anything to claim victory, I guess - even when you get your ass kicked for not even being a good troll.

4 comments:

Young Physicalist said...

I do find it peculiar, though, that you post rebuttals about individuals while not enabling them to post. It's really distasteful to bash someone while they are unable to refute your claims (sort of like what you did with Mark Spittle). And I'd prefer to observe you post on a forum where you are not moderator (such as perspectives). Although, I will admit, the troll's comments were also distasteful.

Francois Tremblay said...

Of course you'd take Mark Spittle's side. Why am I not surprised?

There's nothing "peculiar" about it. He is a troll. I don't want him on my blog. Period. I am tolerent of differing positions, but not of people who come here to disrupt. I already have few comments as it is, I don't need this shit.

Hellbound Alleee said...

I'm jazzed about it. Someone tried to misrepresent me as some kind of insanely vain, baribie-like girl, which is hilarious. I searched and searched for that comment, and couldn't find it.

What the poster did, however, was bring me new readers, who overwhelmingly clicked on the link to me, apparently found nothing on my blog to disagree with, and may visit again.

Maybe if I do like Spittle, and advocate that HIS boyfriend punches HIM in the face, and hope that he and his boyfriend break up--because other people's happiness makes me very upset--then I might get more hits.

After all, if someone argues with you on a message board, the obvious and reasonable response is to go on a sweaty, late-night vendetta that lasts for--how long is it now? How many parodies have I made of Spittle's blog? How many charts have I made wishing for domestic violence on him? How many posts have I made about him that had nothing to do with yet another vendetta post against me or my friends?

But I guess that's "tasteful."

Hellbound Alleee said...

I'm jazzed about it. Someone tried to misrepresent me as some kind of insanely vain, baribie-like girl, which is hilarious. I searched and searched for that comment, and couldn't find it.

What the poster did, however, was bring me new readers, who overwhelmingly clicked on the link to me, apparently found nothing on my blog to disagree with, and may visit again.

Maybe if I do like Spittle, and advocate that HIS boyfriend punches HIM in the face, and hope that he and his boyfriend break up--because other people's happiness makes me very upset--then I might get more hits.

After all, if someone argues with you on a message board, the obvious and reasonable response is to go on a sweaty, late-night vendetta that lasts for--how long is it now? How many parodies have I made of Spittle's blog? How many charts have I made wishing for domestic violence on him? How many posts have I made about him that had nothing to do with yet another vendetta post against me or my friends?

But I guess that's "tasteful."