Marshall wrote: > On Nov 30, 11:33 pm, Archimedes Plutonium > <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: > > I believe the practice and habits of Jesse Hughes are illegal on > > Usenet to systematically > > use a signature block to repetitiously misquote someone out of context > > for the purpose > > of making that person look bad. I think Hughes should be banned from > > posting to Usenet > > for he cannot stop his bad behaviour. > > > I believe the practice and habit of Jesse Hughes are hilarious > on Usenet to systematically use a signature block to accurately > quote someone when they say something notable. > > Perhaps you are jealous that most of his attention goes to JSH? > > Months ago, when you made the first complaint, I looked up > the post in which you made the quoted remark. There was > nothing misquoted or out of context about it. Hughes behavior > is impeccable. > > > Marshall
One would think that if anyone earned a degree from University, whether Bentley University or elsewhere that they would know *quoting out of context* repetitively in a "bad light" is defamation. Anyone with a BA degree or BS degree or Masters or PhD degrees should have known this.
News Admin cleaned up Usenet of forgeries in the mid 1990s because Usenet really cannot function or exist with rampant forgery, where noone can be sure of an author's post. I myself was forged many times, and the cost in energy to me to have to declare each forgery and have News Admin expunge the forgery.
But quoting out of Context is very much near to forgery, even though it is not forgery per se.
News Admin has some rules and regulations on SIGNATURE BLOCKS. I remember in the mid 1990s a discussion over the rules and etiquette of signature- blocks, a post citing that the block has to be *not too long*, and cannot be used as a repetitive defamation on other people.
So, how about I make this part of my signature block for the next 5 years so that everyone making a Google Search of Marshall Spight will be sure to see the words below:
"Hey, man, if you're going to be an asshole all the time, at least own up to being an asshole. I can have some respect for an honest asshole, but a disingenuous asshole?" -- Marshall Spight Apr 3 2008, 10:13 am
Both Marshall Spight and Jesse Hughes needs to go back to High School to learn some manners and to learn why it is that a writer quotes in the first place.
We quote when it is relevant to the text we are writing. If not relevant it is OUT of Context. Why include quotes Out of Context? The only reason is that Hughes and Spight hate the guts of AP and is using a signature block to repetitively and constantly defame AP.
Notice also in this Hughes post: Jesse F. Hughes wrote: > Herman Jurjus <email@example.com> writes: > > > In order to draw any conclusion at all about the limit cases, you need > > an additional assumption, something to the effect of a frame assumption > > like 'apart from the manipulations explicitly announced, no other > > manipulations are done'. > > Er, nothing special about the limit cases in this regard. You need > the same assumption for the successor cases. > > -- > "At some point in the future history of humanity, AP will eclipse even > Jesus." -- Archimedes Plutonium, 10/21/07 > "I wrote those lines because I am not a megalomania [sic] but rather > very humble and down to earth." -- Archimedes Plutonium, 10/22/07
That Hughes does not sign it but leaves the ending as -- Archimedes Plutonium, 10/22/07 which leaves a immediate impression on newbies to Usenet that I wrote the above text of the whole entire post.
So anyone who hates someone else, can fish through their posts to Usenet and construct a defamation sentence Out of Context and repetitively smear and defame an innocent victim.
It is my opinion that since neither Spight nor Hughes can see or understand their moral trespass, that their degrees from whatever university they earned their degree should be annulled. Most High School students can see that Hughes and now Spight do not know the difference between "right and wrong".