> We see some improvement in sci.math already with the > New Googles > Newsgroups where many of the off topic post abusers > are being deleted. > > Such as the Kevin constant off-topic posts. I opined > that Kevin was > doing it because he is scisick (chips on the > shoulder). And to get his > daily kick by irritating people with off topic posts.
Seriously? How about your _PHYSICS_ posts in sci.math? How about your made-up nonsense math garbage posts? Your only useful posts have been the ones on set theory; otherwise your posts are your experiments --failed from the onset, I believe --that do not belong here.
It is just you and your puppet tim sutter that believe your posts to be worthwhile. It is just you who considers yourself to be anything other than a walking turd.
To put my claim to the test: how about submitting your posts to a moderated site? But no one will accept them, because they are pure garbage. Your no better than those you decry below.
> > But I opined that BroilJab was just Kevin again with > a different name. > So that Kevin was off-topic abuse, but in combination > with BroilJab > and perhaps even HVAC (another pseudoname for Kevin) > that in > combination, their second game is that of filling up > the poster board > with their nonsense so that the worthwhile physics > and math posts are > buried. > > So we have OFF Topic abusers > > And we have what I call Poster HOGS that aim to bury > the worthwhile > posts. > > There is no better example of a Poster Hog at this > moment than Sam > Wormley. I opine it is a computer program and not a > person. > > Anyway, a typical Wormley spam post is a post of just > one or two lines > referring to some other website. What is so obnoxious > about that, is > it knocks of all the worthwhile posts when Wormley > does about 10 of > them at a time. > > Now I myself do at most about 3 or 4 posts per day > but when Wormley > does it as a Poster Hog, he consumes the entire > board. > > So, what is the sense of someone reading a list of > headlines and > posting 10 of those 1 liners, just so that he can > bump off all the > posters who had something worthwhile to say about > physics. > > The old classic of Poster Hogs was the "Solutions > Manuals" which they > cared less about selling manuals and more about > bumping off all > worthwhile posts. > > AP