From: The_Professor on 6 Dec 2007 17:47
On Dec 6, 4:44 pm, "MnMikew" <mnmiik...(a)aol.com> wrote:
> "The_Professor" <d...(a)att.net> wrote in message
> You're suffering from a severe case of Hammer syndrome.
> You can cut the melodramatics anytime now.
Calling it like I see it. I actually toned it down quite a bit. Never
had any obscenties in there, but some examples of the harm antisocial
people do and have done in society at large..I figure we all know
these things though, so I cut it out, and just included the facts.
From: newellsatwsu on 6 Dec 2007 19:17
On Dec 6, 12:41 pm, Dene <gdst...(a)aol.com> wrote:
> Referring to Mark as "the big brother I never had" comes pretty dang
> close to it.
We just have fun golfing together was all that was meant by that.
Semantics, I guess. Same as my "anticipating" term below.
> > > > Is anticipating the end of Bobby's life acceptable or OTT?
> > > "Anticipating" is a deceptive choice of words on your part.
> > What would you label it as then? I think anticipating is pretty
> > fair...I'll let the reader decide. You've mentioned it here more than
> > once...it's obviously on your mind when you think of BK and want to
> > slander him.
> It's in the context of life expectancy and what one should do with
> their remaining years. Spending your retired years monitoring usenet
> groups is a pathetic waste.
Didn't sound like that to me when you say things like "He is old and
the world will soon be rid of him."
> > You showed me the real person you are. I didn't want it to remain
> > innocuous.
> You brought it into RSG. In fact, you posted a private e-mails. That
> shows me what kind of person you are.
You threatened me due to my particpation in RSG. Seems like
completely relevant information that others in this group would want
to know about your social potential and well within my rights. Part
of the responsibility that goes with communicating in writing, IMHO.
Maybe a few days to cool off before hitting send, or asking your wife
about it would have been more prudent before that kind of posturing?
From: Mike Dalecki on 6 Dec 2007 19:53
> On Dec 6, 1:56 pm, Dene <gdst...(a)aol.com> wrote:
>> On Dec 6, 10:15 am, Tex <marktexkoe...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Dec 6, 9:52 am, Dene <gdst...(a)aol.com> wrote:
>>>> On Dec 6, 1:57 am, "Gordo" <golf...(a)gmal.com> wrote:
>>>>> "Dene" <gdst...(a)aol.com> wrote in message
>>>>>> On Dec 5, 8:43 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...(a)telus.net> wrote:
>>>>>>> If it bother's him, why would he be so willing to explain this insult so
>>>>>>> that those who had no clue what it meant (such as myself) are now in on
>>>>>>>> That should be considered
>>>>>>>> off limits even in the world of usenet, yet it seems that Koenig gets a
>>>>>>>> from almost everyone concerned. If it didn't bother him, I'd think
>>>>>>>> something was wrong, and I hope that others have called Koenig on the
>>>>>>> But his behaviour shows that it doesn't bother him.
>>>>>> It doesn't bother Koenig in the least bit. He's that type of person.
>>>>>> Picture the bullying jock in middle school. That's Koenig, who never
>>>>>> grew up. There's one like him at every reunion......usually
>>>>>> drunk.....reliving the glory days.
>>>>>> The issue is whether it bothers you, the reader. That's the answer to
>>>>>> your question, Alan. I knew his latest insult would require some
>>>>>> context to the reader so I gave it. It isn't his first time insulting
>>>>>> my wife or another. Providing his history allows everyone to be on
>>>>>> the same page and personally deciding whether it's ok to disparage
>>>>>> somebody's wife.
>>>>> So, let me get this straight. Dene, you're being roasted now because you
>>>>> gave the context on the insult from Tex against your wife?? Unbelievable.
>>>>> He's proving that he's contemptible and there have been a few from his
>>>>> circle of friends that have called him on it, but I'm confused why Baker
>>>>> would allow the criticism simply because you (who's wife was insulted) chose
>>>>> to educate.- Hide quoted text -
>>>>> - Show quoted text -
>>>> You nailed it, Chris. Can you imagine the outrage if you, Rob, Anni,
>>>> made a crack like that about somebody's wife?
>>> FTR, I made a crack about your Trophy.
>>> YOU (Greg Schoenberg in case you forgot) originally called your wife a
>>> YOU (Greg Schoenberg in case you forgot) outed her again as a Trophy.
>>> YOU (Greg Schoenberg in case you forgot) brought her into the group
>>> with your posts.
>>> Now where's that Punchbowl?- Hide quoted text -
>>> - Show quoted text -
>> Your toadie Todd referred to her as a Trophy. Pitts called him on
>> it. You took it from there. Cite where I have ever referred to her as
>> a trophy.
>> I made no mention of my wife, in this thread, or any other. You
>> brought her into it with your demeaning insults. I'm simply drawing
>> attn. to your piggish behavior.
>> Any more lies??
> You still have more? I said "Trophy"...YOU said what it referred to.
> Find my post, show everyone here where I said it was your wife.
I was thinking the same thing. As I recall the comment, it was
something about a rusty trophy. Can't imagine how one's wife can be
rusty or corroded in any other way.
So I didn't see it as being insulting of his wife, though I must confess
I was unsure of what trophy you were referring to.
Mike Dalecki GCA Accredited Clubmaker http://clubdoctor.com
RSG-Wisconsin 2007: June 22-24----Lawsonia!
From: Gordo on 6 Dec 2007 20:54
"John van der Pflum" <nowhammymyspammy(a)bite.org> wrote in message
> There's a real nice Pinot Noir called "Solitude". My wife and I use
> it as our "celebration wine" but the vineyard went out of business and
> now it's hard to get.
> Too bad -- it was good stuff.
My wife and I are starting to get into wine a bit. What's the taste of a
Pinot Noir? We've been going to tastings lately, but just haven't tried
From: John van der Pflum on 6 Dec 2007 21:10
On Thu, 6 Dec 2007 19:54:56 -0600, "Gordo" <golfzlf(a)gmal.com> wrote:
>"John van der Pflum" <nowhammymyspammy(a)bite.org> wrote in message
>> There's a real nice Pinot Noir called "Solitude". My wife and I use
>> it as our "celebration wine" but the vineyard went out of business and
>> now it's hard to get.
>> Too bad -- it was good stuff.
>My wife and I are starting to get into wine a bit. What's the taste of a
>Pinot Noir? We've been going to tastings lately, but just haven't tried
Wow -- I am TOTALLY the wrong person to ask about this. All I could
tell you is that it tastes "good". Dugjustdug would be a better
person to ask.