Subject: Re: Troy Heagy please read this! From: Infinity@world.std.com (Captain Infinity) Newsgroups: alt.fan.tom-servo,rec.arts.sf.tv,rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5,alt.religion.kibology Date: Tue, 12 Jan 1999 Message-ID: <email@example.com> In article <8Csm2.3020$h5.39373635@WReNphoon1> Dan Tropea wrote *some* of these things: >I am posting this because i think this just might win the Nobel Prize for "The Bland Leading The Blind". Dancing naked may >be the only way to get your attention. Plus the sentient earwigs that have crawled into my brain tell me that the >following is good advice for everyone and i think they should know! Talking chiggers are our BEST FRIENDS! When I burp >i speak for many other posters. >Troy please stop these posts defending yourself. You have misread the directions that came with your version of Usenet. I >have posted about 50 odd posts since midweek defending your right to misinterpret "shining wit" as "whining sh*t". Now do it >yourself. Why? Why are you so consumed with what weight watching white women wear while at Wally World? Why?? When >people post about you that you have to constantly mine for nostril nuggets while typing, are your fingers too sticky to >respond? >Troy the only person whose opinion you care about is your psychiatrist's. Take the meds and tell yourself that his opinion >is your own opinion. Not mine, Cronan, Sluss, Santa, Elvis, or other imaginary beings. Listen to the smart ones, like >Captain Infinity etc. It does not matter what we eat, it only matters what we drink. And smoke. And sometimes snort, I >think. It only matters what you think. >Sometimes i have to wonder if you reading the magazines under your Dad's mattress will frustrate you. But reading the >newsgroups isn't actually more harmful to you then swimming with toothless sharks. Getting a nice gum job might do you some >good. It seems to me that you spend such an hour in the bathroom, moaning, every day. Are you sick? You spent an >incredible amount of time defending yourself that day Pee Wee Herman beat you up. It was such a pitiful display that >i have to wonder what you think about yourself. >Troy please try for one week not responding to the Call of Nature. Hold it in. If you accidentally pass gas, ignore >what anyone says about you. Post all you want to "alt.test", then hit "REMOVE" to all the spam you get. But don't talk >about sf tv, Babylon 5 whatever. Defend your right to wear Bunny Slippers in public restrooms. Just don't share your >opinions, expand on your opinions etc. But try a deodorant once in a while, okay? Whew! Stinking less might help you >not to respond to any personal attacks. >If someone calls you an idiot, stupid whatever they might say, just reply "But Mama! Don't you love me?" Then silently >ask yourself whether or not it matters what they think; the DSS says they can't beat you any more. But does your real mom >think of you? >Sure i think we all fall for that trap every once in a blue moon, while hunting snipe. I go snipe hunting myself once >in a while but the key is to always ask yourself "Am I naked enough? Should I shave my head, too?" Anyway, what >does it matter what the other posters thinks about Babylon 5 and Crusade? All that really matters is that they talk about >you. Yes it matters if they disagree with the good posters like Timmy and AL2048, but those posts are always about the >subject matter but not the personal stuff. >I think we can all learn from your posts the last ten years here: personal stuff is what's important. It's of primary >importance only believing in what we think of good books like "Curious George". You and I should only pay attention to >ourselves and not what others think. >Troy if you respond i will not respond back. I have forgotten how to breath. I'll be dead by sunset. But at least I >said my peace. ** Captain Infinity
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