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Gremlin=0 : Snit=1 "The Infamous Phone Call"

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Old September 7th 20, 02:23 PM posted to alt.survival,alt.computer.workshop,talk.politics.guns,alt.comp.os.windows-10
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Default Gremlin=0 : Snit=1 "The Infamous Phone Call"

On 2020-09-07, Gremlin wrote:
Sun, 06 Sep 2020 21:45:09 GMT
in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:

On Sep 6, 2020 at 1:58:25 PM MST, "Mike Easter"

Bobby wrote:
regarding the phone call between Gremlin and snit.

Personally I don't have it figured out yet. And I'm not looking
for winners or losers; I'm looking to solve a puzzle.

To me it is pretty simple:

Yes, it is. You got caught lying about my involvement with the bot.
I grilled you for an apology. you wrote another lie, I busted you
again for that one too. I grilled you for an apology for that one as
well. I've succesfully proven you're a liar who doesn't even care to
save the lies for big stories, you'll lie about simple **** just as
easily. And when you're caught and the pressure isn't taken off of
you, you'll resort to trying to intimidate your victim via doxing,
besmirchment, stalking, and sliming them. You've yet to do anything

You will lie your ass off, it doesn't matter how many times others
point out the fallacies in your stories, you'll stick to it. Even
when you're busted dead to rights, you'll still ignore the facts and
proclaim you didn't do what the evidence is clearly showing you did!
You couldn't possibly be any more dishonest with yourself and
others, snit.

Considering your direct experience with snit is limited, at least in terms
of time, that's an excellent deconstruction of snit and how snit trolls.
Snit is like a circuit that has a piece of solder bridging 2 traces on
a board and that prevents a certain function from operating correctly.

In snit's case, that function is the ability to fully and unconditionally
admit when he is wrong and to apologize for his error.
The key word is unconditionally. There is always a condition, a string, a trap
attached to a snit admission or apology.

The best part of snit is he is like a living document. For whatever reason,
snit will join a group or blog and within a very short time the unrest
Someone will invariably discover the snit lists, post them and the chaos
will be triggered.

Sit back, observe and give it a little time and snit will actually begin
to behave almost exactly like the various snit lists describe him to be.

That's why I say he is like a living document. Those messages were mostly
written a decade or more ago and to this day, snit still proves that he
is what he claims.

The most recent example is talk.politics.guns, where the group turned to
**** when snit started posting.

He's mostly ignored there, so he moved on to ACW and the same thing, chaos
and disruption occurred here. And it's the same thing that happened in
CSMA and continues to happen in COLA, which is almost dead ATM because
the good posters have left.

At some point people do figure snit out and KF him. And once again snit
becomes predictable when he gets ignored. He will start his RainMain
process, posting the same reply multiple times day after day to various

As a last ditch effort snit will unleash his sock puppet army, invade the
group in a final battle, Armageddon of sorts, to bury the group by causing
fed up people to move on.

That is what he did in CSMA, another almost dead group partially due to
snit's trolling.

Get ready for it because the signs are there.


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