A Special Message to a “Special” Individual

Posted: April 30, 2013 in Dragon*Con, The Blog

This goes out to a certain Dimwitted Moron posting from Los Angeles, California, 90027 with an ISP listing of AT&T U-verse.

Dimwitted Moron, to be called DM from here on out for brevity’s sake, please stop embarrassing yourself. All the other people on the web are not as stupid as you are about how these things work.

You’ve made multiple attempts to post comments on this blog’s threads pertaining to the Dragon*Con boycott going all the way back to A Public Service Announcement for my Friends on Facebook. And, DM, had you been interested in honest discussion they would have been approved.

But you’re not interested in that. No, you just want to make stupid or petty little remarks and post them here while using different names and ridiculously stupid emails for each one. You seem to have forgotten one little detail though. And I almost hate to tell you this since it’ll actually get you to use your brain here. No matter how many names and emails you make up, you’re posting them from the same location. Why does that matter? It matters because you then have the same IP address on each post.

Now, DM, it’s obvious that you’re not too swift on the uptake when it comes to such things. No matter though. Any posting coming from that IP address is now banned. Further, any other future posts using different names and emails but originating from the same IP address will likewise be spammed and banned.

You want to know something, DM? I’d have been fine with you posting under your real name and engaging in honest disagreement with anything that I have written. I’d not only have allowed it, but I would have in fact welcomed it just as I have from others.

But you, DM, seem to want to prove through your posts that you aren’t very bright after all and that you, DM, by using an assortment of fake names and emails rather than just using your real name, have even less guts than you have brains.

So you, DM, your IP address and anyone using your real name are, due to your intellectual cowardice, spammed & banned. And the same will happen to any of your Dimwitted Moron net stooges who try to play the game that you did.

Thank you. Have a nice day.

  1. Bill Mulligan says:


    Tony Isabella has an article on this. It’s…typical Tony isabella. sigh.


  2. jjchandler says:


    I saw his posts in The Beat. It really didn’t surprise me. This is fast revealing itself to be what I said it was back in February.

    This isn’t about Kramer facing trial or the victims getting justice. This is about going after Dragon*Con and a little ax grinding. The principle players started out and the various people that for whatever reason don’t like or dislike Dragon*Con are jumping on the bandwagon and ramping up the rhetoric. I wouldn’t be surprised at this point if Nancy pitched her book on the whole ordeal again or just self publishes it in hopes that the flurry of attention on her guarantees sales.

    In the meantime, Nancy has gotten so far into the realm of not caring about being able to back anything she says with facts that she’s now floating multiple conspiracy theories about the whole situation. And, of course, those are then called credible by others supporting the boycott.

    The only good thing to come out of this is that the side effect we’re seeing is what I said should be the primary point of it back in February. There’s so much local media attention on Kramer right now that the jails and the courts are under the spotlight.

    For the first time in almost 13 full years, they’re not playing the game the way Kramer wants them to. The judge has denied bond, the jail is refusing to buckle under his games (http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/story/21997223/dragoncon-founder) and the DA, having been embarrassed by the Connecticut arrest of Kramer, is actually acting like this is an A-#1 priority.

    I’m sure some of that can be attributed to everyone getting tired of this dragging on this long and the new faces in places that are key to getting things done. But at the same time, I have to think that the media focus on the legal system’s actions down there has got to be a part of this about face as well.

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