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Chris McDonald
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      02-05-2009
I point directly at Han from China, and his many sock-puppets, for inciting
the person, or software, generating this splashback traffic toward c.l.c

No, I have no proof, but it's all part of his "work" here.

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      02-05-2009
Han from China - Master Troll <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

>Chris McDonald wrote:
>> I point directly at Han from China, and his many sock-puppets, for inciting
>> the person, or software, generating this splashback traffic toward c.l.c
>>
>> No, I have no proof, but it's all part of his "work" here.


>That's nice. While you have no proof, you may as well go all the way and
>say I'm the one doing it myself.


But I didn't, did I?
Your actions, your "work", here over the past 2 months have resulted
in this splashback.
But, given your propensity and enjoyment at filling up half of clc with
your rants about Richard H., it's obvious that the current offender feels
that anything is now fair game here.

>But as much as I think you're a jerk, you could have a point. If my


Fascinating.

>suspicions are correct about what's happening, then it's probable many
>of my posts here have contributed to current events. But I'd be sharing
>in the blame with a few others. It's interesting that the person
>responsible didn't start using twists on my name until I put myself
>out there and called him a pest.


Contributed. Incited. Encouraged.
Whatever you do, don't confess or take any of the blame now.

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      02-06-2009
Han from China - Master Troll <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

>Chris McDonald wrote:
>>>That's nice. While you have no proof, you may as well go all the way and
>>>say I'm the one doing it myself.

>>
>> But I didn't, did I?
>> Your actions, your "work", here over the past 2 months have resulted
>> in this splashback.


>That's very interesting. I've ****ed someone off by ****ing off the
>clique, so now that someone is trying to **** off the clique.


If only it were as simple as you can comprehend.
Maybe you ****ed off the clique, who maybe now also ****ed off my the
splashback, but way more people than the clique ("a small group of people")
are now ****ed off by your "work" here.

It's an even smaller clique who believe that being a troll is something
worth mastering.

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