In the matter of "Colonel Harlan Sanders"

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by spinoza1111, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. spinoza1111

    spinoza1111 Guest

    http://groups.google.com.hk/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=ULwocw4AAABHj7VgGAGDKYKqEsAl2NK_

    This individual has posted 122 times since September of 2009.

    EACH ONE of his posts is an attack on me, and many of the attacks are
    vicious and personal speculations about my financial success or lack
    thereof, my relationships with my family, and my professional
    competence.

    This account was therefore obviously created for the sole purpose of
    real "trolling": the anonymous abuse of another person.

    This behavior is stalking. It shows poor impulse control and may be
    associated with poor anger management and violent behavior.

    I therefore ask other posters to simply act decently and honorably,
    and to post public requests addressed to this person that he leave
    this group. He is completely off-topic and clearly an individual who
    needs help.

    Whereas, whether or not my views are in a minority, they have been
    published in a respected moderated group. I am clearly qualified to
    speak on C here given that I assisted John Nash with C at Princeton
    and am the author of a compiler-related computer book.

    To ignore Sanders is utter cowardice. To agree with someone who is
    solely here to attack another poster is utterly vile.

    It appears to me that the "regs" in this group won't be happy until
    someone like Sanders, with his poor impulse and anger management,
    commits a crime. He's already guilty of online stalking in many
    communities. Given his behavior, I wouldn't be surprised if he starts
    physically stalking me. My location and who I am is always well-known
    because unlike "Sanders" I take responsibility for what I post.
    spinoza1111, Aug 14, 2010
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  2. In article <>,
    spinoza1111 <> wrote:
    >http://groups.google.com.hk/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=ULwocw4AAABHj7VgGAGDKYKqEsAl2NK_
    >
    >This individual has posted 122 times since September of 2009.

    ....
    >It appears to me that the "regs" in this group won't be happy until
    >someone like Sanders, with his poor impulse and anger management,
    >commits a crime.


    Isn't it pretty clear by now that Sanders *is* one of the regs (i.e., a
    sockpuppet). Which one, I leave for you (and everyone else) to figure
    out.

    --
    Faced with the choice between changing one's mind and proving that there is
    no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof.

    - John Kenneth Galbraith -
    Kenny McCormack, Aug 14, 2010
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  3. Denis McMahon, Aug 14, 2010
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  4. In the matter of "Spinoza1111 feeling ignored"

    On Sat, 14 Aug 2010 06:54:48 -0700 (PDT), spinoza1111
    <> wrote:

    >... usual wacky stuff


    I'm sorry that Heathfield and Seebach are ignoring you, but I'm afraid
    I can't take the position of Arch Enemy. Really, I just don't have the
    time or energy that would require.

    Thanks for thinking of me though.
    Colonel Harlan Sanders, Aug 14, 2010
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  5. spinoza1111

    Seebs Guest

    Re: In the matter of "Spinoza1111 feeling ignored"

    On 2010-08-14, Colonel Harlan Sanders <> wrote:
    > I'm sorry that Heathfield and Seebach are ignoring you, but I'm afraid
    > I can't take the position of Arch Enemy. Really, I just don't have the
    > time or energy that would require.


    Okay, here's the real question that matters:

    Which of you (you or Spinny) is more likely to get an official C&D from
    KFC?

    > Thanks for thinking of me though.


    I'd like to urge you to reconsider. The position of Arch Enemy has quite
    literally *no* time requirements. You don't have to be aware of him,
    you don't have to interact or respond in any way. The benefits are hard
    to overstate. Most people will regard the relationship as prima facie
    evidence of your competence and maturity, for one thing.

    -s
    --
    Copyright 2010, all wrongs reversed. Peter Seebach /
    http://www.seebs.net/log/ <-- lawsuits, religion, and funny pictures
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Game_(Scientology) <-- get educated!
    Seebs, Aug 14, 2010
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  6. spinoza1111

    spinoza1111 Guest

    On Aug 15, 12:28 am, Denis McMahon <>
    wrote:
    > On 14/08/10 14:54, spinoza1111 wrote:
    >
    > >http://groups.google.com.hk/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=ULwocw4AAAB...

    >
    > > This individual has posted 122 times since September of 2009.

    >
    > Welcome to the internet. Just learn to ignore the idiots.


    I have been on the internet since its inception, and on local area
    networks and bulletin boards before that, and I drafted a courtesy
    code at Princeton University's network. In effective networks in the
    early days, the idiots were not ignored. Instead, others would
    complain when someone was bullied in solidarity with the victim.

    However, corporate types are incapable of human solidarity, so you
    rarely see anyone defending anyone else or criticising bullies. This
    is because capitalism itself is organized bullying on a grand scale.

    >
    > Rgds
    >
    > Denis McMahon
    spinoza1111, Aug 15, 2010
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  7. spinoza1111

    spinoza1111 Guest

    Re: In the matter of "Spinoza1111 feeling ignored"

    On Aug 15, 6:58 am, Seebs <> wrote:
    > On 2010-08-14, Colonel Harlan Sanders <> wrote:
    >
    > > I'm sorry that Heathfield and Seebach are ignoring you, but I'm afraid
    > > I can't take the position of Arch Enemy. Really, I just don't have the
    > > time or energy that would require.

    >
    > Okay, here's the real question that matters:
    >
    > Which of you (you or Spinny) is more likely to get an official C&D from
    > KFC?
    >
    > > Thanks for thinking of me though.

    >
    > I'd like to urge you to reconsider.  The position of Arch Enemy has quite
    > literally *no* time requirements.  You don't have to be aware of him,
    > you don't have to interact or respond in any way.  The benefits are hard
    > to overstate.  Most people will regard the relationship as prima facie
    > evidence of your competence and maturity, for one thing.


    Sure, Seebs. You have, like a vicious and overgrown child, used foils
    ever since your idiotic attack on Schildt.

    Deep down, you cannot look good to yourself without a "foil", someone
    who bears "the secret contour of your weakness".

    You are an inadequate man. You are a fat, doughy geek and a loser.
    Therefore, you "troll" the Internet looking for targets using magical,
    irrational thinking that if you can find someone who makes a lot of
    mistakes like Schildt or is bullied like you were and are on computer
    gaming forums, this means you are an O.K. person when you are not.

    Truly "mature" people flee corporate jobs because corporations are not
    interested in "competence and maturity".

    It is in fact impossible to demonstrate, with regards to any given
    white collar employee outside of direct customer contact sales on a
    straight commission basis, whether he or she is a "good investment".
    Any such demonstration is mathematically meaningless.

    In programming, the wrong program can be coded bug free (although we
    know, Seebs, that this is beyond you: you are only capable of writing
    the wrong program with bugs). So much hyper-specialization is needed
    that the pathetic spectacle of people turned into scrap metal
    pervades: these are people nearing the end of their careers who know
    everything there is to know about, say, IBM mainframes and have to
    assist their employers in getting rid of this industrial waste.

    Most of these people are unable to detect Quality in either coding or
    writing because they've spent too much time having to learn low-
    quality mistakes: as C specialists, for example, they have "learned"
    that "compilers can optimize better when ordinary source code often
    has an undefined result", a false proposition.

    Therefore they, like you, make truth into a matter of personalities.
    Therefore they, like you, turn into toxic bullies.

    Dully do they gape, like an out of shape ape
    At garish colors on computer screens,
    Conventional, boring, they're full of hate
    They don't love people, they just love...machines.
    Oh, let's be post-human, Dad was so boring
    Mommy mollycoddled us beginning in the womb
    Let's escape the pain of living in computer gaming
    Let's hide out all weekend in our little room.
    And if anyone should make what we take a mistake
    We make a good mob, the mob of the slob
    Let's burn the outlier on the greasy stake
    It's better than actually doing our "job".
    We don't know much but we talk real loud
    Oh don't look there's that boiling cloud.

    >
    > -s
    > --
    > Copyright 2010, all wrongs reversed.  Peter Seebach / ://www.seebs.net/log/<-- lawsuits, religion, and funny pictureshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Game_(Scientology) <-- get educated!
    spinoza1111, Aug 15, 2010
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  8. spinoza1111

    spinoza1111 Guest

    On Aug 14, 10:56 pm, (Kenny McCormack)
    wrote:
    > In article <..com>,
    >
    > spinoza1111  <> wrote:
    > >http://groups.google.com.hk/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=ULwocw4AAAB...

    >
    > >This individual has posted 122 times since September of 2009.

    > ...
    > >It appears to me that the "regs" in this group won't be happy until
    > >someone like Sanders, with his poor impulse and anger management,
    > >commits a crime.

    >
    > Isn't it pretty clear by now that Sanders *is* one of the regs (i.e., a
    > sockpuppet).  Which one, I leave for you (and everyone else) to figure
    > out.


    I think it's Seebach.

    >
    > --
    > Faced with the choice between changing one's mind and proving that there is
    > no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof.
    >
    >     - John Kenneth Galbraith -
    spinoza1111, Aug 15, 2010
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