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Stormcrow Has A BIG Problem Telling Truth From His Own Lies

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 22, 2002 10:43:32 UTC

STormcrow writes to Mike:
"You have added nothing but swill to this forum, never once pursued an engaging conversation, never once had an intelligent, non-facetious comment to make..."

If this is not an intelligent, non-facetious comment:
then Stormcrow could be correct.
If not, then he is being hasty. I believe I have posted about 2,000 +. In that case, his remarks are just unbelievable.
Stormcrow continues:
"and you somehow manage to mask your delusional rantings with an air of self-righteous indignation, somehow believing that accusing others of conspiring and collusion will make the drivel you post seem more worth reading. Trust me, Mike, your posts aren't worth the bandwidth they take up. I'm through with it. Until you either start taking your prozac, get a lobotomy, or otherwise enter the wild world known as sanity, you're a nonentity as far as I'm concerned."
Stormcrow must learn to acknowledge, at least to himself, when he makes mistakes. It's easy. "I made a mistake." If necessary, correct the mistake. Then move on.

I'd close with "Cordially, Mike" but not the way you have been talking.

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