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il ragno
11-18-2006, 03:04 PM
Select and discuss.

Liberal Lefty
11-18-2006, 03:06 PM
I don't advocate violence of any sort but I will make an exception in this case.

This guy needs a good old fashioned thrashing.

Petr
11-18-2006, 03:10 PM
This guy needs a good old fashioned thrashing.
Agreed.


Petr

Geist
11-18-2006, 03:13 PM
You forgot social retard, and possibly Micheal Jackson's internet persona.

Ahknaton
11-18-2006, 03:15 PM
You forgot social retard, and possibly Micheal Jackson's internet persona.
And "All of the above".

Winston
11-18-2006, 05:26 PM
All of the above, but I chose Jeffery Dahmer.

antibuddha
11-18-2006, 05:30 PM
Maybe he's one of those "Autistic Savante" types, but light on the latter and heavy on the former.

Kodos
11-18-2006, 07:08 PM
Select and discuss.

He needs to be beaten within an inch of his life.

Yon
11-18-2006, 08:47 PM
Born in the wrong time.

Arminius
11-18-2006, 08:54 PM
Time to be put on ignore by him again.
I found Ixabert. (http://www.pixyland.org/peterpan/)


Childlike, "pixyish", and unencumbered by notions of what is and is not permissible for boys

Hrolf Kraki
11-18-2006, 09:59 PM
And "All of the above".

Hahaha! Yes, that would have been my choice. :p

Dr. Gutberlet
11-18-2006, 10:40 PM
Was dumped by an Irishman after a long relationship.

Johnson
11-18-2006, 10:47 PM
Closeted ‘mo.
Desperately in need of sound beating
Next generation’s Jeffrey Dahmer

I'll add -

autism
cannibalistic tendencies
spree killer / mass murderer
this generation's dahmer
canadian

Berianidze
11-18-2006, 10:52 PM
I am ambivalent when it comes to Ix. I really liked the Ix from the E-G forums, his knowledge of Juche and the DPRK (amongst other things) were unmatched by any socialist I had ever met. He really knew his stuff, even those who did not like or agree with him (revleft) admitted his intellectual prowess. Ix and I have had a few times where we simply didn't get along at all, and were quite argumentative. Overall I think he's a staple of the phora and it would not be the same without him. I wish he'd go back to Juche socialism though, or at least use that cool DPRK banner he had in his sig back at E-G :D.

Johnson
11-18-2006, 10:57 PM
Hero worship is not admirable. The fact that you perceive him to be exceptionally knowledgeable about the DPRK is silly - and in fact from him is quite disconcerting as it is a product of some kind of obsession and more importantly not grounded in any legitimate history.

Jonathan
11-18-2006, 11:17 PM
Too much time on his hands. Looks like he's crying out for some "toe in the hole" treatment.

Billy Score
11-18-2006, 11:22 PM
Closeted ‘mo.
Desperately in need of sound beating
Next generation’s Jeffrey Dahmer

I'll add -

autism
cannibalistic tendencies
spree killer / mass murderer
this generation's dahmer
canadian
I essentially tow this line. i voted for next generation's dahmer as well.

Jake Featherston
11-18-2006, 11:30 PM
I am ambivalent when it comes to Ix. I really liked the Ix from the E-G forums, his knowledge of Juche and the DPRK (amongst other things) were unmatched by any socialist I had ever met. He really knew his stuff, even those who did not like or agree with him (revleft) admitted his intellectual prowess.

For all his potential shortcomings, I don't think anyone's claiming Ix is stupid, or that he hasn't read his share of books.

Dan Dare
11-18-2006, 11:33 PM
What is Ixabert's nom de plume this week?

(I took the precaution of checking it wasn't Ixabert)

Berianidze
11-18-2006, 11:40 PM
Hero worship is not admirable. The fact that you perceive him to be exceptionally knowledgeable about the DPRK is silly - and in fact from him is quite disconcerting as it is a product of some kind of obsession and more importantly not grounded in any legitimate history.

So? It's hard enough to find decent socialists out there to begin with. Our movement doesn't have the luxury of excluding people like Ixabert. Althogh, I must admit, the recent exploits of the user popularly known as "ixabert" are a bit annoying and disconcerning.

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 12:13 AM
Closeted ‘mo.
Desperately in need of sound beating

^ Those two

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 12:15 AM
What is Ixabert's nom de plume this week?

(I took the precaution of checking it wasn't Ixabert)

Feudal Socialist, and 2 sock-puppets which aren't used regularly.

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 01:01 AM
You guys might hate me in a few days, if you don't already. I sent a PM to this person...
http://www.darkforum.com/showpost.php?p=1566737&postcount=1

and invited him to The Phora. Ix and Mazdak aren't enough, we need another one.:rofl:

the bliss which has enveloped my soul has parted like a stormcloud about to unleash its load from the sky

:rofl:

What is that forum about?

OVERWATCH
11-19-2006, 01:02 AM
The Poster Formerly Known As Ixabert has informed me, several weeks ago, that he does not wish to be called Ixabert.

OVERWATCH
11-19-2006, 01:04 AM
Nothing. It's a collection of mean people being mean to each other.

I think I registered there about a year or so ago, I may peruse that place a bit in the future.

This was funny:

She has carnal knowledge of other men, chemicals and things I won't go into to protect the integrity of this thread from the buttsex and penises you people manage to warp every discussion into.

Are you still a mod there?

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 01:05 AM
The Poster Formerly Known As Ixabert has informed me, several weeks ago, that he does not wish to be called Ixabert.

I do not plan to stop calling him "Ixabert" now, or at any time in the future(near or distant). :)

Mike
11-19-2006, 01:19 AM
As a person unacquainted with Phora history, I wonder what precipitated this flame thread. FS seems perhaps a bit unusual, but the subjects of his threads (e.g. on extraterrestrials) are interesting and whimsical enough.

Johnson
11-19-2006, 01:48 AM
The Poster Formerly Known As Ixabert has informed me, several weeks ago, that he does not wish to be called Ixabert.

How about Trebaxian Vir, Supernius, or Dr. Ix?

"You may call me Ixy."

Professor John Frink
11-19-2006, 01:56 AM
He just needs to get laid. Other than that he's cool.

Anarch
11-19-2006, 02:10 AM
I don't think there's anything wrong with Ix that couldn't be fixed with alcohol, weed, pussy, and a kick in the ass. We should take up a collection to send him to Vegas for a weekend.
That's it. The Final Solution to the Ixabert Question.

Anarch
11-19-2006, 02:11 AM
All of the above, but I chose Jeffery Dahmer.

Nonsense. Jeffery Dahmer had half-way decent taste in music. Can you imagine Ixabert listening to Skinny Puppy? LOL.

Liz
11-19-2006, 02:11 AM
Was dumped by an Irishman after a long relationship.
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Well I voted that an Irish bully steals his lunch money everyday, but personally I think this answer is the best.

I don't know the guy personally, but he seems to really hate the Irish...

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 02:12 AM
He just needs to get laid. Other than that he's cool.

I agree. He just has a lot of time on his hands to post polls and use anti-racist sock-puppets, but he's all right. He tries to appear weird, such as when he pretends not to understand simple sentences by misinterpreting them in a literal, but obviously inaccurate way.

OVERWATCH
11-19-2006, 05:08 AM
http://img297.imageshack.us/img297/8656/ixqt9.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

Der Sozialist
11-19-2006, 05:16 AM
I am actually at a loss why some [here] don’t like Ixabert.

Ahknaton
11-19-2006, 05:26 AM
I am actually at a loss why some [here] don’t like Ixabert.
I like him, but he's certainly a strange fellow.

OVERWATCH
11-19-2006, 05:31 AM
I concur with the previous post.

Regarding those who would like to morph The Poster Formerly Known as Ixabert into a back-slapping, beer-guzzling average joe, not only would any attempt be futile, but the desired outcome would be unwelcome as well.

Der Sozialist
11-19-2006, 05:34 AM
I concur with the previous post.

Regarding those who would like to morph The Poster Formerly Known as Ixabert into a back-slapping, beer-guzzling average joe, not only would any attempt be futile, but the desired outcome would be undesirable as well.

Agreed—there are definitely many of those on this forum. We need an Ixabert to balance everything out.

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 05:38 AM
I liked Ix' Irish poll. I wish it hadn't been locked.

Daniel Shays
11-19-2006, 06:03 AM
I am actually at a loss why some [here] don’t like Ixabert.
Same. Btw, Ireland's avg. IQ would increase at least 1/4 of a point if he moved there.

Ahknaton
11-19-2006, 06:34 AM
Same. Btw, Ireland's avg. IQ would increase at least 1/4 of a point if he moved there.
I don't think he'd fit in with the culture of alcoholism.

Aule
11-19-2006, 07:38 AM
I think Ix is just lonely and feels aliented from others by his intellect and rather peculiar interests.

Aule
11-19-2006, 07:40 AM
It won't be until he truly develops feeling for someone that Ix will finally realize how crushingly lonely he really is.

Sulla the Dictator
11-19-2006, 07:45 AM
I don't think there's anything wrong with Ix that couldn't be fixed with alcohol, weed, pussy, and a kick in the ass. We should take up a collection to send him to Vegas for a weekend.

Errr.....that won't be necessary. :dance2:

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 07:50 AM
It won't be until he truly develops feeling for someone that Ix will finally realize how crushingly lonely he really is.

He might be a schizoid personality.

antibuddha
11-19-2006, 07:54 AM
He might be someone having quite the larf at everyone's expense too.

Nyx
11-19-2006, 08:12 AM
I think Ix is just lonely and feels aliented from others by his intellect and rather peculiar interests.I am not lonely.

Helios Panoptes
11-19-2006, 08:16 AM
He might be someone having quite the larf at everyone's expense too.

Could be, but the scope of his internet activity indicates otherwise.

Nyx
11-19-2006, 08:23 AM
Can someone lock this thread?

albion
11-19-2006, 09:17 AM
Asperger's Syndrome

http://www.autism-society.org/images/asa/hdr_A01_logo.gif http://www.kintera.org/atf/cf/{C8352975-FAEE-457C-A498-8BF9BBA2682F}/bg_walknowlogo.gif

Geist
11-19-2006, 02:21 PM
Can someone lock this thread?

I think for every troll thread you psot we should make one about you to balance thigns out? Agree? :dance2:

Nyx
11-19-2006, 02:31 PM
I think for every troll thread you psot we should make one about you to balance thigns out? Agree? :dance2:Agreed. Therefore this thread should be deleted, as I haven't made any troll posts as of yet.

Geist
11-19-2006, 02:33 PM
Agreed. Therefore this thread should be deleted, as I haven't made any troll posts as of yet.

Incorrect.

Oblisk
11-19-2006, 02:44 PM
Problem with Ixa is- He lives in Canada.

brigadier Biggles
11-19-2006, 02:56 PM
Born in the wrong time.

thats true for a good lot of us on here, me for certain, English village living in the mid 20th century, or Victorian globetrotting, or farming in early AS England, over this degenerate age :mad:.

brigadier Biggles
11-19-2006, 02:57 PM
Problem with Ixa is- He lives in Canada.

whats wrong with Canada, i'd love to hike through BC, Yukon territory especially!, the urban places are shitholes, like the rest of the worlds urban places.

Oblisk
11-19-2006, 03:01 PM
whats wrong with Canada,

Lots, but I do like Vancouver.

Kodos
11-19-2006, 03:01 PM
I don't think there's anything wrong with Ix that couldn't be fixed with alcohol, weed, pussy, and a kick in the ass. We should take up a collection to send him to Vegas for a weekend.

This behaviour should not be rewarded, I cleary deserve the free pussy in Vegas fund... with some money left over for a poker stake :D.

Kodos
11-19-2006, 03:02 PM
Asperger's Syndrome

http://www.autism-society.org/images/asa/hdr_A01_logo.gif http://www.kintera.org/atf/cf/{C8352975-FAEE-457C-A498-8BF9BBA2682F}/bg_walknowlogo.gif


I have aspbergers, Ix knows he is being deliberately annoying.

Plus the idea of "socialism" does not generally appeal to those without natural social skills...

brigadier Biggles
11-19-2006, 03:05 PM
and also, London was once a grand place just 25-30 years ago, my dad has seen the transformation first hand and told me all about it, he was to go round on routemasters with his pocket money, say hello to all the ticket masters and drivers, who would smile and wave, walk round piccadily circus and see smiling, youthful English people, and elder bussinessmen in top hats and breifcases awaiting their bus to take them to the offices, the odd bobby on the beat, who was barely needed but to clip round the ear the odd young troublemaker...

that was when urban life was not so bad, its all gone now, enough to make you cry.

Geist
11-19-2006, 03:08 PM
and also, London was once a grand place just 25-30 years ago, my dad has seen the transformation first hand and told me all about it, he was to go round on routemasters with his pocket money, say hello to all the ticket masters and drivers, who would smile and wave, walk round piccadily circus and see smiling, youthful English people, and elder bussinessmen in top hats and breifcases awaiting their bus to take them to the offices, the odd bobby on the beat, who was barely needed but to clip round the ear the odd young troublemaker...

that was when urban life was not so bad, its all gone now, enough to make you cry.

Theres still some pockets of London like that, or was when I was there [I've been over quite a bit these last few years]. However, keep in mind that London historically has been one of the worst places to live in general unless you were on the top strata of society, and the only reason you escaped violence was because crime against the top class was dealt with so harshly.

Don Quixote
11-19-2006, 03:11 PM
and also, London was once a grand place just 25-30 years ago, my dad has seen the transformation first hand and told me all about it, he was to go round on routemasters with his pocket money, say hello to all the ticket masters and drivers, who would smile and wave, walk round piccadily circus and see smiling, youthful English people, and elder bussinessmen in top hats and breifcases awaiting their bus to take them to the offices, the odd bobby on the beat, who was barely needed but to clip round the ear the odd young troublemaker...

that was when urban life was not so bad, its all gone now, enough to make you cry.I can remember the last days of this London and share the sadness of its passing.

Geist
11-19-2006, 03:13 PM
I can remember the last days of this London and share the sadness of its passing.

Share some stories like biggles dad about top hats and so on :dance2:

Nyx
11-19-2006, 03:25 PM
I have aspbergers, Ix knows he is being deliberately annoying. I do not have Asperger's syndrome. And I am not being deliberately annoying. I wasn't aware that people found me annoying.

Plus the idea of "socialism" does not generally appeal to those without natural social skills...Not true. I am highly introverted by disposition. And I know a couple of diagnosed autists who are also socialists. The member Timothy Leary, who has Asperger's syndrome, claims to be a socialist.

brigadier Biggles
11-19-2006, 03:29 PM
Share some stories like biggles dad about top hats and so on :dance2:

LOL, don't say that were be here all day :D.

if youve found places like i described, then you must have entered a time warp, i don't know it is a very big place there might be rays of light in some places...

I was born in Pinner NW London and still have some photos of that area around 1986 when i was born, its like an alternative universe, indians and assorted others have completely taken over and put takeaways on every corner, theres even mosques there now.

i visitied my great aunt a few weeks ago (dads mums sister she lives in Holt, Norfolk) and she grew up during the Blitz, the trains still ran even in a state of war, she said it was like entering hell in some parts of London but they still ran !, WTF has happened :(.

Geist
11-19-2006, 03:42 PM
if youve found places like i described, then you must have entered a time warp, i don't know it is a very big place there might be rays of light in some places...

I'd say it was a mixture of seeing it only as a passer-by, and not having a chance to see the darker side of it. All I got to see was the government approved version of London :rofl: I stayed in Kensington too which may have helped, but even there Asians were floating about quite a bit. I think they own half the houses there too though I couldnt ask as my host was very liberal. Shed have just said Londoners live there, and made no distinction.

I was born in Pinner NW London and still have some photos of that area around 1986 when i was born, its like an alternative universe, indians and assorted others have completely taken over and put takeaways on every corner, theres even mosques there now.

I had two scary enough experiences with areas like this. Once when me and a mate got lost, and ended up in some weird arcade place. We were the only white faces there, and everybody was eying us up as if we didnt belong. We left promptly! The other was having to walk round Shepberds Bush to get the Tube, and feeling like we were in Nigeria :rofl: Those tower blocks are horrible looking too.

WTF has happened :(.

I think we all know the answer to that. Dublin has 2 mosques at the moment, and theyre building more down the country so if nothing else its happening to us all.

Lily
11-19-2006, 03:50 PM
I had two scary enough experiences with areas like this. Once when me and a mate got lost, and ended up in some weird arcade place. We were the only white faces there, and everybody was eying us up as if we didnt belong. We left promptly! The other was having to walk round Shepberds Bush to get the Tube, and feeling like we were in Nigeria :rofl: Those tower blocks are horrible looking too.
.
Why? was it a bad area?

brigadier Biggles
11-19-2006, 03:53 PM
I had two scary enough experiences with areas like this. Once when me and a mate got lost, and ended up in some weird arcade place. We were the only white faces there, and everybody was eying us up as if we didnt belong. We left promptly! The other was having to walk round Shepberds Bush to get the Tube, and feeling like we were in Nigeria Those tower blocks are horrible looking too.

...

when i was a bit younger like early teens the family went up to London to go to the museums etc (get this and travel free due to dad :D ) , we walked along a small stream and there were blacks sitting on the walls by the side smoking drugs and looking seriously intimidating, luckily there were quite a few people walking by as well and the old man is like 18stone and 6 foot 3 so youve got to be thick as shit to counter him, i wouldnt be surprised if the police avoid encounters with this sort for their own safety and just drive through the areas so it looks like theyre doing the service, you can get beaten up, mugged or both just for being not of the "hood" or whatever in some parts.

il ragno
11-19-2006, 03:56 PM
i visitied my great aunt a few weeks ago (dads mums sister she lives in Holt, Norfolk) and she grew up during the Blitz, the trains still ran even in a state of war, she said it was like entering hell in some parts of London but they still ran !, WTF has happened .

Jews happened.

Quickly followed by niggers, as per the script.

brigadier Biggles
11-19-2006, 04:02 PM
there were jews here before its something else, the train crap is caused by privatisation which was caused by the Tories, no doubt some jews were involved but its mostly middle class sellouts.

Geist
11-19-2006, 04:29 PM
Why? was it a bad area?

One of the dodgiest areas I have ever been in!

Geist
11-19-2006, 04:31 PM
...

when i was a bit younger like early teens the family went up to London to go to the museums etc (get this and travel free due to dad :D ) , we walked along a small stream and there were blacks sitting on the walls by the side smoking drugs and looking seriously intimidating, luckily there were quite a few people walking by as well and the old man is like 18stone and 6 foot 3 so youve got to be thick as shit to counter him, i wouldnt be surprised if the police avoid encounters with this sort for their own safety and just drive through the areas so it looks like theyre doing the service, you can get beaten up, mugged or both just for being not of the "hood" or whatever in some parts.

All the black boys seem to hang around the tourist zones where the pubs are asking for smokes :rofl: The police were always around those places though so you felt under seige. They even had those little portable police centres presumably cos crime is so rife.

brigadier Biggles
11-19-2006, 04:43 PM
like a zoo then who wants to go and mix it up with the dangerous animals ? :D.

il ragno
11-19-2006, 05:05 PM
there were jews here before its something else

There were Jews everywhere before. But track their malignant influence after the establishment of Israel, when some previously-hidden or dormant supremacism came to the fore.

The minute they got their own "homeland", they began annexing everyone else's.

Daniel Shays
11-19-2006, 05:16 PM
There were Jews everywhere before. But track their malignant influence after the establishment of Israel, when some previously-hidden or dormant supremacism came to the fore.

The minute they got their own "homeland", they began annexing everyone else's.
"For while the Zionists try to make the rest of the world believe that the national consciousness of the Jew finds its satisfaction in the creation of a Palestinian state, the Jews again slyly dupe the dumb Goyim. It doesnt even enter their heads to build up a Jewish state in Palestine for the purpose of living there; all they want is a central organization for their international world swindle, endowed with its own sovereign rights and removed from the intervention of other states: a haven for convicted scoundrels and a university for budding crooks." -A.H.

sugartits
11-19-2006, 06:02 PM
This is a bad thread.

I vote "none of the above".

ironweed
11-19-2006, 06:11 PM
The Poster Formerly Known As Ixabert has informed me, several weeks ago, that he does not wish to be called Ixabert.


Is he going back to Superanus, err, Supernius?

Hrolf Kraki
11-19-2006, 08:43 PM
This is a bad thread.

I vote "none of the above".

Looks like Feudal Socialist has an admirer. :p

Johnson
11-19-2006, 10:23 PM
I have aspbergers

That explains why you're an engineer and an idiot at the same time. That one had been bothering me for some time.

il ragno
11-19-2006, 10:47 PM
You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Johnson again.

Don Quixote
11-19-2006, 10:55 PM
You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Johnson again.I think his repometer already got a major boost for that post. :D

Jonathan
11-20-2006, 10:01 AM
I don't know the guy personally, but he seems to really hate the Irish...
Oh no, he's just realy fond of Victorian England. His hatred for the Irish is just a form of "getting in character". He's doing a good job:p

Jonathan
11-20-2006, 10:02 AM
I liked Ix' Irish poll. I wish it hadn't been locked.
Seconded :(

Nyx
11-21-2006, 07:14 AM
Why do people keep saying I hate the Irish? I don't.

Johnson
11-21-2006, 08:03 AM
Hi Ixabert.

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 02:39 PM
Why do people keep saying I hate the Irish?
Probably because they have noticed some of your more recent actions on this forum including setting up threads questioning whether the Irish were a lower order of European (where you voted "Yes" - though you claim you just wanted to see the results), one on Irish predisposition to alcoholism (where you voted "Yes" again), repeated the low Irish IQ scores, commented that the Irish language should not replace the English language in Ireland, and generally failed to provide any positive comments about the Irish - you have claimed that you are not anti-Irish, but you have never backed up that claim.

In these circumstances, I would say that anyone who doesn't know you well enough would be quite reasonable in assuming that you were anti-Irish.
Anybody who does know you well enough will come to the conclusion that this is just one more antic in you long list of Bull Shit.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 06:02 PM
Probably because they have noticed some of your more recent actions on this forum including setting up threads questioning whether the Irish were a lower order of European ...I wanted to know the consensus on this.

... one on Irish predisposition to alcoholism ...This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have a predisposition to alcoholism or they do not.

... repeated the low Irish IQ scores, ...This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have lower average IQs or they do not.

... commented that the Irish language should not replace the English language in Ireland, ...This arises from my love of the English language, not hatred towards the Irish.

... and generally failed to provide any positive comments about the Irish ...That is not true.

In these circumstances, I would say that anyone who doesn't know you well enough would be quite reasonable in assuming that you were anti-Irish.I disagree. It would be quite unreasonable.

Anybody who does know you well enough will come to the conclusion that this is just one more antic in you long list of Bull Shit.I disagree. They were all intended to be serious threads.

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 06:56 PM
I wanted to know the consensus on this.

This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have a predisposition to alcoholism or they do not.

This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have lower average IQs or they do not.

This arises from my love of the English language, not hatred towards the Irish.
Surely you would agree that when a member sees all of these all at the same time they would be reasonable in concluding that you had an axe to grind?

Do you see any other posters on this website acting in a similar manner?

That is not true.
Prove me wrong.

I disagree. It would be quite unreasonable.
I see no counter-arguement from you.

I disagree. They were all intended to be serious threads.
Considering your past conduct, it is very hard to take this statement seriously.

Don't bother replying unless you've got something worthwile to say (btw, your opinion, minus back-up, is not worthwile).

Nyx
11-21-2006, 07:18 PM
Surely you would agree that when a member sees all of these all at the same time they would be reasonable in concluding that you had an axe to grind?I don't see how.

Prove me wrong.I made a positive comment on the Irish in the other thread, to which you responded with quote.

I see no counter-arguement from you.There is simply no evidence that I hate the Irish.

1) The poll I created arose merely from my desire to know the consensus as to whether or not the Irish are a lower order of European humanity. 2) The fact that there is no necessary emotional dimension, as to whether or not the Irish have a predisposition to alcoholism, and whether or not the Irish have lower average IQ scores. 3.) The fact that my desire that the English language remain dominant in Ireland arose from my love of the English language, not hatred towards the Irish. 4.) The fact that I have made positive comments on the Irish.
- these facts are my counter-argument.

Considering your past conduct, it is very hard to take this statement seriously.Considering my past conduct, I take the statement all the more seriously.

(btw, your opinion, minus back-up, is not worthwile).Don't bother shifting the evidentiary burden. Someone claimed I hated the Irish. I do not. The evidence otherwise has been dismissed.

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 07:40 PM
I don't see how.
Well then you're beyond my help:p

I made a positive comment on the Irish in the other thread, to which you responded with quote.
You made an unfounded statement. You provided no evidence whatso ever to back it up.
You have posted nothing significant enough to change peoples' legitimate perception.

There is simply no evidence that I hate the Irish.
Pleading ignorance is a poor case. Your threads give the exact opposite impression. If you "don't see how" then that's because you are mentally challenged (or else you're just lieing - which is what I believe myself).

1) The poll I created arose merely from my desire to know the consensus as to whether or not the Irish are a lower order of European humanity. 2) The fact that there is no necessary emotional dimension, as to whether or not the Irish have a predisposition to alcoholism, and whether or not the Irish have lower average IQ scores. 3.) The fact that my desire that the English language remain dominant in Ireland arose from my love of the English language, not hatred towards the Irish. 4.) The fact that I have made positive comments on the Irish.
- these facts are my counter-argument.

Considering my past conduct, I take the statement all the more seriously.
This isn't an argument. The fact of the matter is that you are well know for being a Spam artist. Plenty of posters agree with this description. In this light, it is reasonable to assume that your antics are just more rubbish.

Don't bother shifting the evidentiary burden.
What evidentiary burden?
That people percieve you as being anti-Irish? Well the evidence is in this very thread.
That people percieve you as being a Spam artists? That's all over the Phora (and has been know for years).
That I think you're feigning ignorance? The evidence is in this thread.

Someone claimed I hated the Irish. I do not.
Put you have failed to show this. Your other threads give the opposite impression. I don't accept that you "don't see how". As Helios has commented before, you are well know for feigning ignorance.

The evidence otherwise has been dismissed.
Dismissing and Disproving are two different things Ix.

You can reply if you like, but bare in mind that I feel very little incentive to reply. I think you enjoy having people try to analyse you (you're the same gimp who posted the thread "What's wrong with me" or some such rubbish before) because you're a bit of an attention seeker. The facts of the matter are that some posters percieve you to be anti-Irish based on your recent, slanderous, threads against the Irish. This is a reasonable assumption. I don't buy you "I don't see how" crap.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 07:52 PM
You made an unfounded statement. You provided no evidence whatso ever to back it up.The only reason why I have not provided any evidence that I have 'failed to make a positive comment about the Irish' is because you already know where and when I said it.

"I would consider myself pro-Irish, actually. I think Ireland has a marvelous history and culture. In fact I have often considered moving to Ireland." - Feudal Socialist

To which you responded with quote:

"Honestly Ix, I don't think you'd like it."

http://thephora.net/forum/showthread.php?t=16349&page=6&highlight=ireland

You already knew I said this, so I didn't really see the point in quoting myself.

Pleading ignorance is a poor case.The case, that I hate the Irish, has been found wanting.

This isn't an argument. The fact of the matter is that you are well know for being a Spam artist. Plenty of posters agree with this description. The fact that 'plenty of posters' think this way doesn't make it so.

That people percieve you as being anti-Irish?I know that people perceive me to be anti-Irish, it is whether or not I am anti-Irish that is in dispute here. I am not.

That people percieve you as being a Spam artists?That I am one.

That I think you're feigning ignorance? The evidence is in this thread.There is no evidence that I feigned anything. I genuinely believe everything I write.

Put you have failed to show this.I haven't tried to show that I love Irish people or something. Subjective impressions aside, I haven't said anything anti-Irish.

As Helios has commented before, you are well know for feigning ignorance.How he can access my supposed intentions and motivations, I am unable to say.

Dismissing and Disproving are two different things Ix.I can't prove that I don't hate the Irish. That would be impossible, even if I loved the Irish. Yes, you're right. I have not proved this, nor can I.

you're a bit of an attention seeker.That would first require that I cared what others thought of me, then cared enough to seek attention. As yet not the case.

The facts of the matter are that some posters percieve you to be anti-IrishTheir perception is not grounded in reality.

based on your recent, slanderous, threads against the Irish.Where? I have already dealt with all four posts I made regarding the Irish -

"I wanted to know the consensus on this."

"This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have a predisposition to alcoholism or they do not."

"This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have lower average IQs or they do not."

"This arises from my love of the English language, not hatred towards the Irish."

Hardly proves that I 'hate' the Irish.

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 08:14 PM
"I would consider myself pro-Irish, actually. I think Ireland has a marvelous history and culture. In fact I have often considered moving to Ireland." - Feudal Socialist

To which you responded with quote:

"Honestly Ix, I don't think you'd like it."

http://thephora.net/forum/showthread.php?t=16349&page=6&highlight=ireland

You already knew I said this, so I didn't really see the point in quoting myself.
That^ doesn't address my comment at all

I posted:
You made an unfounded statement. You provided no evidence whatso ever to back it up.
You have posted nothing significant enough to change peoples' legitimate perception.
In this case^ the "unfounded statement" is:
I would consider myself pro-Irish, actually. I think Ireland has a marvelous history and culture. In fact I have often considered moving to Ireland.
It is unfounded because you haven't backed it up with any convincing evidence.

I could say, "I love you Ix". Would you believe me?

You shouldn't, because I haven't backed it up with any convincing evidence.

So the fact remains:
You made an unfounded statement. You provided no evidence whatso ever to back it up.
You have posted nothing significant enough to change peoples' legitimate perception.

The case, that I hate the Irish, has been found wanting.
Only to you. You are the only one who has posted that you "don't see how".

So you tell me:
Why do you think certain posters have got the impression that you aren anti-Irish, if not because of your earlier threads?

The fact that 'plenty of posters' think this way doesn't make it so.
I suppose that depends on the criteria for "spam artist". By the Phora's regulations I would say that yes, indeed you are a spam artist. Several Sock-pupets, several Polls which members agree are useless, several Threads which members agree are uselss, several posts which members agree are useless. I rest my case.

I know that people perceive me to be anti-Irish
Why do you think this is the case, if not based on your earlier threads?

it is whether or not I am anti-Irish that is in dispute here.
There are only two people involved in this discussion - You and I - and neither of us think that you are anti-Irish. So who are you disputing this with? Perhaps you're just doing this to entertain yourself?

That I am one.
See above.

There is no solid evidence of feigning anything. I genuinely believe everything I write.
I find it hard to believe that you "don't see how" certain posters would get the impression that you are anti-Irish based on your earlier threads. So would Helios and others I imagine.

Subjective impressions aside, I haven't said anything anti-Irish.
But this is all about subjective impressions Ix.

How he has gained access to my supposed intentions and motivations, I am unable to say.
From reading your posts.

I can't prove that I don't hate the Irish. That would be impossible, even if I loved the Irish.
You could have done allot more to convince people that you weren't anti-Irish. What about voting "No" in the poll where you claim to have voted "Yes" "Just to see the results" for example. Or why don't you tell me what part of Irish history and culture you are so interested in? Any of these would have done, but youve failed on all acounts.

That would first require that I cared what others thought of me, then cared enough to seek attention.
Are you bothered about posters seeing you as anti-Irish? If so, then obviously you do care. If not, then why are you involved in this discussion?

Why would you post a thread in the past asking the members of the Phora "What is wrong with me?".

Their perception is not grounded in reality.
That's as subjective as anythign else.

Where?
This is a perfect example of you feigning ignorance. It's blatantly obvious which threads I'm referring to.

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 08:16 PM
You edited your post after I went to reply. Give me some time and I'll address the rest :)

"I wanted to know the consensus on this."

"This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have a predisposition to alcoholism or they do not."

"This has no necessary emotional dimension. The Irish either have lower average IQs or they do not."

"This arises from my love of the English language, not hatred towards the Irish."

Hardly proves that I 'hate' the Irish.

Yeah, that's just repitition on your behalf. The Threads do show and anti-Irish bias on your behalf. They are belittling to the Irish nation - lower order and alcoholics - and in both cases you voted in a manner which would belittle said nation. This would lead people to believe that you are anti-Irish.

If you "don't see how" then I can't help you.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 08:32 PM
That^ doesn't address my comment at all

I posted:

In this case^ the "unfounded statement" is:

It is unfounded because you haven't backed it up with any convincing evidence.

I could say, "I love you Ix". Would you believe me?

You shouldn't, because I haven't backed it up with any convincing evidence.Then yes, you are quite right; I have not, nor cannot, prove that I don't hate the Irish - even if I didn't. The only thing I am disputing is the strength of the evidence that I do hate the Irish. Clearly it is lacking.

Only to you. You are the only one who has posted that you "don't see how".Because no legitimate reason has been provided. That's why I don't see how.

Why do you think certain posters have got the impression that you aren anti-Irish, if not because of your earlier threads?I already know that people have that impression. I am not disputing this. I am disputing the basis of that impression. I find it to be wanting.

By the Phora's regulations I would say that yes, indeed you are a spam artist. Several Sock-pupets,Not really. This is mostly just empty accusation. I have had sock-puppets in the past, but not anymore.

several Polls which members agree are useless,The mere fact that some people think them useless doesn't make them useless.

several Threads which members agree are uselss, several posts which members agree are useless.That doesn't make my threads useless. I get positive reputation points/comments all the time for my posts.

Why do you think this is the case, Because some people are all too willing to jump to hasty conclusions. I also recognise that Blacks have lower IQs; does that mean I hate blacks? You are committing the antiracist fallacy of assuming that any acknowledgment of group differences is a manifestation of 'hate'. And in this case I don't even acknowledge group differences - I am merely open-minded to the possibility that the Irish may, for instance, have a slightly lower average IQ, or have a genetic predisposition to alcoholism. There is nothing 'anti-Irish' about this.

There are only two people involved in this discussion - You and I - and neither of us think that you are anti-Irish. So who are you disputing this with?Likewise, there are only two people involved in this discussion - you and I - and neither of us thinks that people don't have the impression that I'm anti-Irish. I know that people have this impression. So who are you disputing this with?

I find it hard to believe that you "don't see how" certain posters would get the impression that you are anti-Irish based on your earlier threads.I don't see how, in the sense that there isn't valid reason to make that assumption. In the sense that many people are liable to make hasty assumptions and jump to illogical conclusions, sure, I do see a reason why people can get the impression that I am anti-Irish - their perceptions are flawed.

You could have done allot more to convince people that you weren't anti-Irish.That would first require that I cared about what others thought of me.

Are you bothered about posters seeing you as anti-Irish?No.

This is a perfect example of you feigning ignorance. It's blatantly obvious which threads I'm referring to.I didn't exhibit anti-Irish sentiment in all four of those threads.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 08:42 PM
-The Threads do show and anti-Irish bias on your behalf.Prove it.

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 08:44 PM
The only thing I am disputing is the strength of the evidence that I do hate the Irish. Clearly it is lacking.
The evidence obviously wasn't lacking for those posters who believe you are anti-Irish. For those posters, os clearly wasn't lacking - and it is those posters that we are discussing, the ones who believe you are anti-Irish.

This is just going around in circles.:deadhorse:


Because no legitimate reason has been provided.
The threads and posts which I have listed were obviously legitimate enough for the individuals in question.

I am disputing the basis of that impression.
But then I must ask you again - Who are you disputing this with?

Not really. This is mostly just empty accusation. I have had sock-puppets in the past, but not anymore.
That doesn't change anything.

The mere fact that some people think them useless doesn't make them useless.
It makes them useless for those posters obviously (except in so far as they can use them to belittle you!).

Because some people are all too willing to jump to hasty conclusions.

You are committing the antiracist fallacy of assuming that any acknowledgment of group differences is a manifestation of 'hate'.
"You"? What do you mean "you"? "I" haven't accused you of being anti-Irish at all. I'll thank you to take that back.

Likewise, there are only two people involved in this discussion - you and I - and neither of us thinks that people don't have the impression that I'm anti-Irish. I know that people have this impression. So who are you disputing this with?
That's not an answer to my question Ix. Please treat me with the same respect I'm treating you with.

I don't see how, in the sense that I don't see a solid reason to make that assumption.
You should have posted that in the first place.

That would first require that I cared about what others thought of me.
I notice that you didn't address my comments about your "What is wrong with me?" thread. Interesting.

No.
So why are you asking about it?

I didn't exhibit anti-Irish sentiment in all four of those threads.
That's not the impression which you gave though - which is what we're discussing here.


Ix, what do you expect to get out of this discussion?

Lily
11-21-2006, 08:44 PM
I can't prove that I don't hate the Irish. That would be impossible, even if I loved the Irish. Yes, you're right. I have not proved this, nor can I.

Hug Geist. :D

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 08:47 PM
-Prove it.
Are you now suggesting that I too believe you to be anti-Irish? That would be absurd seeing as I've argued to the contrary all along! The comment which you've quoted is supposed to be taken in the context of "perceptions" which is the essence of this discussion. In that context, my proof has already been posted.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 08:53 PM
The evidence obviously wasn't lacking for those posters who believe you are anti-Irish."For those posters who believe I'm anti-Irish", yes, the evidence wasn't lacking - probably so. In reality, such evidence was lacking; or at best, they (and you) haven't as yet provided that evidence.

The threads and posts which I have listed were obviously legitimate enough for the individuals in question.Yes, "for those individuals". Those individuals have hitherto unsubstantiated opinions.

But then I must ask you again - Who are you disputing this with?Here is what you can if you think nothing is in dispute: stop arguing with me.

It makes them useless for those posters obviouslyIndeed, "for those posters" my threads are useless. I agree that some individuals have formed this opinion regarding my posts.

"You"? What do you mean "you"? "I" haven't accused you of being anti-Irish at all. I'll thank you to take that back.You said that my posts exhibit anti-Irish sentiment. No evidence has been presented.

I notice that you didn't address my comments about your "What is wrong with me?" thread.I have no comment.

That's not the impression which you gave thoughI don't disagree that people have formed a certain impression about me. I just think that impression is utterly baseless.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 08:53 PM
Are you now suggesting that I too believe you to be anti-Irish? .No. I am asking you to prove the following assertion true:

"The Threads do show and anti-Irish bias on your behalf."

At the very least, quote an example of said anti-Irish bias.

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 09:00 PM
"For those posters", yes, the evidence wasn't lacking - I agree. In reality, such evidence was lacking.
So then what are you arguing with me for?

Why didn't you answer the question I asked at the bottom of the post?:
Ix, what do you expect to get out of this discussion?

Yes, "for those individuals".
Who else would we be posting about in this discussion Ix?

Here is what you can if you think nothing is in dispute: stop arguing with me.
HAHAHAHA! This is your best yet! I'm arguing with you? Here's how it is:
You asked a question.
I gave an answer.
You came back at the answer.

I'm not the one doing the arguing here Ix. I have no dispute. I've given an answer to your question.

I'm happy to end this whenever you are.

You are feigning ignorance.
Prove it.

I have no comment.
Anyone can see that it stands inc ontradiction to your claims about not caring about the opinion of others though. I wont harp on about it. If you want to leave it, that's fine with me...

I don't disagree that people have formed a certain impression about me. I just think it's baseless.
Ix, what do you expect to get out of this discussion?

Jonathan
11-21-2006, 09:03 PM
No. I am asking you to prove the following assertion true:
That's very dishonest, selective wuoting on your behalf. I've never done anything like that to you. I hope your not trying to emulate those Victorian gentlemen you like so much, because you're doing a bad job!


"The Threads do show and anti-Irish bias on your behalf."

At the very least, quote an example of said anti-Irish bias.
Percieved anti-Irish bias Ix, percieved anti-Irish bias.

Take for example you vote which indicated that you believe that the Irish a predisposed towards alcoholism and your vote that the Irish are a lower order of Europeans. The causal observer would interpret this as an anti-Irish bias. If you "don't see how" then I can't help you. Simple as that Ix.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 09:09 PM
So then what are you arguing with me for?That my posts exhibit anti-Irish sentiment.

Why didn't you answer the question I asked at the bottom of the post?:Let us first establish whether or not my posts, themselves, exhibit anti-Irish sentiment; then perhaps we can deal with my intentions and motivations, if you are really feel they are worth discussing.

Who else would we be posting about in this discussion Ix?I was merely illustrating the utter subjectivity of your responses. Yes, individuals have such-and-such impressions about me; yes, individuals have formed such-and-such opinions about me; yes, individuals perceive such-and-such bias there. Okay. I can agree with you on that, at least. I just feel that those impressions are not grounded in reality: my posts are not useless, I am not useless, and I don't hate the Irish.

I have no dispute.Good.

I'm happy to end this whenever you are.When you stop countering my statements, I will stop countering your statements.

Prove it.You said that my posts exhibit anti-Irish sentiment. No evidence has been presented.

Nyx
11-21-2006, 09:13 PM
Percieved anti-Irish bias Ix, percieved anti-Irish bias.If that's all you are talking about, then i completely agree with you. Some people do, indeed, perceive anti-Irish bias in my posts. Utterly groundless of course, but the impression does exist. We can agree on something !

Anarch
11-22-2006, 03:22 AM
If that's all you are talking about, then i completely agree with you. Some people do, indeed, perceive anti-Irish bias in my posts. Utterly groundless of course, but the impression does exist. We can agree on something !
Then tell me, Ix, why have you felt the necessity to discuss the Irish in polls you've made, instead of, for example, the Russians? Or the Spanish? Or the Mexicans?

OVERWATCH
11-22-2006, 03:24 AM
Then tell me, Ix

Please do not call him Ixa-bert.

tempus fugit
11-22-2006, 06:44 AM
Same. Btw, Ireland's avg. IQ would increase at least 1/4 of a point if he moved there.

So would Canada's.

:rofl:

Nyx
11-22-2006, 07:00 AM
Then tell me, Ix, why have you felt the necessity to discuss the Irish in polls you've made, instead of, for example, the Russians? Or the Spanish? Or the Mexicans?In order to talk about the Irish, I have to talk about every other nationality on earth? In any case, I have made plenty of posts dealing with Mexicans and Russians.

Petyr Baelish
11-22-2006, 08:06 AM
The "next generation Jeffrey Dahmer" option is far more befitting the cocroach-fucking homosexual creep Mazdak.

Jonathan
11-22-2006, 08:09 AM
That my posts exhibit anti-Irish sentiment.
Stop being such a bore Ix. You know that I've never argued that you are anti-Irish. I shouldn't have to repeat that. You wanted to know why certain people think you are anti-Irish. I posted that it was based on your recent threads. <<<That should have been the end of the discussion except you had to go and reply with more, now we're in this stupid situation where we're not really arguing over any points.

Let us first establish whether or not my posts, themselves, exhibit anti-Irish sentiment
But I have never argued to the contrary. I have argued that your actions, taken together, would give that impression to the less well informed.

We aren't arguing over anything here and it would be in both our best interests if we stopped at this...but for some reason I get the impression that you wont.

I was merely illustrating the utter subjectivity of your responses.
What was subjective about?

Yes, individuals have such-and-such impressions about me; yes, individuals have formed such-and-such opinions about me; yes, individuals perceive such-and-such bias there. Okay. I can agree with you on that, at least. I just feel that those impressions are not grounded in reality: my posts are not useless, I am not useless, and I don't hate the Irish.
You asked why this was the case. I said it was based on your earlier threads and posts. So far, you haven't bothered to provide any reasons yourself, beyond stating that those individuals who believe you are anti-Irish act in haste. If you weren't interested in keeping this useless toing and frowing going, you'd have already admitted that your threads and posts were enough to "tip them off".

When you stop countering my statements, I will stop countering your statements.
I haven't "countered" any of them. I set about to answer your question and you've been so ungreatful as to try and drag me down into your useless toing and froing.

You still haven't aswered my question as to what you expect to get out of these replies.

You said that my posts exhibit anti-Irish sentiment. No evidence has been presented.
No I did not.

Some people do, indeed, perceive anti-Irish bias in my posts.
And why do you think this is the case Ix?

Nyx
11-22-2006, 06:20 PM
Stop being such a bore Ix. You know that I've never argued that you are anti-Irish. I shouldn't have to repeat that. You wanted to know why certain people think you are anti-Irish. I posted that it was based on your recent threads.Yes, it is based on threads which contain no 'anti-Irish bias' at all. So it is their perception which is flawed.

your actions, taken together, would give that impression to the less well informed.And that's what I am talking about. How so?

We aren't arguing over anything here and it would be in both our best interests if we stopped at this...but for some reason I get the impression that you wont.You won't. If you continue to contradict my words, I might as well answer you.

What was subjective about?"ndividuals have such-and-such impressions about me; yes, individuals have formed such-and-such opinions about me; yes, individuals perceive such-and-such bias there. Okay. I can agree with you on that, at least. I just feel that those impressions are not grounded in reality: my posts are not useless, I am not useless, and I don't hate the Irish."

I said it was based on your earlier threads and posts.And they would be mistaken, because there is nothing remotely anti-Irish in a single one of my posts on this forum.

If you weren't interested in keeping this useless toing and frowing going, you'd have already admitted that your threads and posts were enough to "tip them off".No, because I am convinced that I have never, in my entire history here, said anything remotely anti-Irish. I would never make such an admission because it would be totally false and contrary to my actual belief.

I haven't "countered" any of them.Yes you have countered my statements, for instance the quoted passage above.

You asked why this was the case. I said it was based on your earlier threads and posts.And that is what I am challenging. Based on my earlier threads and posts, I would conclude that I'm the reverse of anti-Irish.

So far, you haven't bothered to provide any reasons yourself, beyond stating that those individuals who believe you are anti-Irish act in haste.Because there are no real reasons why anyone would think I'm anti-Irish. There are only irrational reasons.

I haven't "countered" any of them.Yes you have, and the above is an example of it.

No I did not.Yes you did. See, you are, indeed, countering my statements. So that's your answer as to why I keep replying. I might as well correct someone who tries to contradict my words.

And why do you think this is the case Ix?Completely irrational reasons (previously mentioned) because my posts do not exhibit any anti-Irish sentiment whatsoever.

Johnson
11-22-2006, 08:22 PM
Hi Ixy.

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Jonathan
11-23-2006, 01:48 PM
So it is their perception which is flawed.
What was the point in typing that^ statement?
Have I ever argued otherwise?

And that's what I am talking about. How so?
Becasue to suggest that the Irish nation are a lower order of Europeans and predisposed towards alcoholism are insults to the Irish nation. Irrespective of whether you agree with the two questions, that you posed them gives the impression to certain individuals all the same.

That you are not aware of this^ is more or less impossible. You're just being a prick about it.

You won't.
Who do you think you are to tell em what I will and will not do? This is just like the time that you told Bobina that she hated being called "Irish" which was more rubbish from you.

If you continue to contradict my words, I might as well answer you.
Why didn't you post that when I asked you "What do you expect to get out of this?" ?

I just feel that those impressions are not grounded in reality
So what? Do you think I care whether or not you think they are grounded in reality?
You asked a question, I gave you an answer.
I'm not interested in your feelings.

my posts are not useless, I am not useless
That's very subjective of you :p

And they would be mistaken, because there is nothing remotely anti-Irish in a single one of my posts on this forum.
What are you posting this^ for?
I have never argued otherwise.

No, because I am convinced that I have never, in my entire history here, said anything remotely anti-Irish. I would never make such an admission because it would be totally false and contrary to my actual belief.
That people would get the impression that you are anti-Irish is not dependant on you make anti-Irish statements. Threads, such as the ones you made, are enough. <<<<<You know this yourself.

Yes you have countered my statements, for instance the quoted passage above.
Strawman.

And that is what I am challenging. Based on my earlier threads and posts, I would conclude that I'm the reverse of anti-Irish.
Strawman. You are avoiding the issue of "impressions" given from your earlier threads.

Because there are no real reasons why anyone would think I'm anti-Irish. There are only irrational reasons.
Have I ever argued otherwise?

Yes you have, and the above is an example of it.
See above.

Yes you did.

See, you are, indeed, countering my statements.
I should contradict statement like that one because they are completely false. I never argued that you were anti-Irish or that your threads/posts were anti-Irish either (only that they would give the less well informed the impression that you are anti-Irish - which is so obvious that a blind man could see it) and you're doing your very best to create conflict here...why? I don't know.

Completely irrational reasons (previously mentioned) because my posts do not exhibit any anti-Irish sentiment whatsoever.
Who are you argueing with here?

Jimbo Gomez
11-23-2006, 01:57 PM
I don't know if there is a medical term for it, but it appears that my good friend Ixabert takes everything he reads or sees deadserious, and does not have an eye for irony.