On 7/16/17, 9:49 AM, in article D590E737.ABCFEemail@example.com,
"Snit" <***@gallopinginsanity.com> wrote:
> On 7/15/17, 10:25 AM, in article firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bill
> Cunningham" <***@nspam.invalid> wrote:
>> I have noticed here exactly what's going on in alt.os.linux. Maybe other
>> groups. These posts by the mass, Steve Carroll and "Snit" and so on. What's
>> going on here?
> Long history, but short answer is I asked a question in COLA which Marek and
> his buddy Carroll got really pissed about. The question:
> What desktop tasks does Linux handle better than the competition?
> Carroll has been working on a Google Groups script for a while and even
> posted some of his early work in COLA (showing how he was modifying how his
> computer worked with Google Groups). Marek has, apparently, been helping him
> (he wants to prove he can script things I cannot... and I admit I cannot
> write such a script nor a VPN one he shared -- nor would I want to emulate
> Carroll is now flooding every group I post to... and apparently others. Rick
> C. Hodgin contacted me outside of Usenet and talked to me about this group
> and the discussion came here.
> Not telling others what to do, but I have Carroll's posts set to auto-read
> and rarely see them.
For some reason Marek decided to copy this post to another forum. Weird a
bit creepy. I responded to him there, but here is a link to his thread:
Not sure what his game is... and sadly he CAN be a very intelligent and
giving person. Full disclosure, he even sent me a used computer of his which
was VERY kind of him and my family uses it pretty much daily. Works great.
As much as I do not approve of his lying about me I think actions speak
louder than words and his kindness there is VERY much appreciated.
Personal attacks from those who troll show their own insecurity. They cannot
use reason to show the message to be wrong so they try to feel somehow
superior by attacking the messenger.
They cling to their attacks and ignore the message time and time again.