Date: Sun, 4 Jul 1999 11:08:56 +0200
From: "Daniel E. Schwarz" <danisnopsamnet>
Subject: Insulting Joham Lauwers and others

Look here, people. The original post insulting Johan and the follow-up below insulting Justin is a typical example of trolling (=provoking and insulting active members of a newsgroup in order to see how many furious responses the insulter can collect). It is all about collecting responses and being able to say: "Hey! look at that! With one post I got 124 responses! I am one cool guy!" My suggestion: Ignore the guy. I mean look at the address. He calls himself "Yourabozo". In case like this every public response is a response too many. The best answer is not to react, but perhaps a short message of support (via e-mail) to the insulted member of our newsgroup may help. Don't react to the bozo-guy. Let's hope the guy moves on and insults someone different. I'll probably get flamed for this mail by him now. Oh well, I'll just polish up my trusty old flamethrower and meet him on private ground (i.e. by e-mail). See ya! DaniS -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- Von: Justin VanAbrahams <jvanabranopsamnet> Newsgroups: An: Yourabozonopsamcom <Yourabozonopsamcom> Datum: Sonntag, 4. Juli 1999 01:20 Betreff: Re: Johan Lauwers rediculious advice >Yourabozonopsamcom wrote: >> >> So, who died and made you a SAAB expert?? Are you a SAAB tech?? Where are >> your credentials to give credence to anything you say anything in this >> manner? Lauwers was dead wrong with his statement (as well as many others he >> makes, showing he doesn't evan work on his own vehicle). Its very easy to >> stay in your little hole in who knows where and spout stupidity; care to >> share your IQ or would that be a little to embarrassing? > >1. No one needed to die. I am a guy who currently owns six Saabs, >and has owned seven before that. My current stable consists of >two SPGs, one 900Ts, a 9000T, and two 5-door 900Ts. > >2. I am not a Saab tech. I am a guy who has a lot of Saabs and >spends most weekends working on them, and the rest of the time >driving them. > >3. I make no argument that Johan was wrong. But everyone makes >mistakes. Judging by the grammar and spelling you've used to date, >you should be a little more intimate with that particular phenomenon. >It's fine to correct someone or offer a differing opinion, but to >slight a person for doing the best they can is hardly warranted, >and not particularly mature. > >4. I see no reason to make my IQ known here, though I am hoping >that others can make a reasonable assessment based on the help >I offer, the coutesy I try to show, and my firm command of the >English language. > >5. Since you've brought up "little holes in who knows where" >why don't you go back to yours and try and gain some manners. >Since I'm sure that latter task will leave you occupied for >some time to come, it might not be a bad idea to take a correspondence >class in spelling and grammer, so that next time you come out >you'll have an easier time fitting into modern society. > >All the best, > >-Justin

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