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Comment: Re:Zontar = running (why's that Zontar)? (Score 1) 1547

You're fucking clueless. All I did was type your name into Google and discover what you yourself posted at Ars. And WindowsITPro. And numerous other places.

ProTip: If you don't want stuff that you've said and done before brought up now, don't post it on public websites that get indexed by Google.

And will you please quit posting links to COPIES of your statements that have ALREADY been proven false? If you post X and it's shown to be false, posting a new copy of X does not suddenly make it true again. Pretending otherwise is just fucking stupid, and you're not fooling anyone but possibly yourself when you try to do pass that off as an "unanswered point". When you claim that someone is "running" from such a post because they refuse to keep refuting the EXACT SAME FUCKING LIE again and again that has ALREADY BEEN PROVEN FALSE, you are LYING.

Comment: Re:Eat your words Zontar (on arseholetechnica) (Score 1) 1547

Oh, and I just love the fact that you kept claiming that you had no need to offer any proof of your assertions about this episode until I let it drop that I've met at least one of the other participants.

Then, true to form, the "proof" you tried to foist off on us consisted of nothing but links to your own posts on which I guess you were hoping no-one would follow up on. But by then I'd already used the Google and got straight to the truth of the matter.

Still thinking about sending Jeremy a mail and inviting him to drop in on this thread and give us his own version of events if he likes.

Hey! Maybe I'll offer him custody of the TrollingForHostsFiles account. You think he might like that?

Comment: Re:Jay Little made DEATH THREATS to me (Score 1) 259

by Zontar The Mindless (#46788417) Attached to: Nokia Had a Production-Ready Web Tablet 13 Years Ago

You fail to provide any proof whatsoever that Jay's site was "forcibly removed" by his hosting provider. He apparently DID change providers to one that was better equipped to handle your harassment/crapflooding.

Jeremy's ISP basically told you that you were wasting your time trying to get them to disconnect him, only you were too stupid to realise this.

Lies, half-truths, errors, mischaracterisations, and more lies.

Comment: Re:Zontar The Mindless has to eat his words (Score 1) 1547

And whaddaya know, here's Jay from the same discussion thread at

APK cried: "ou went way overboard man. You brought it on yourself bud doing what you have here and lying + being caught in it as posters noted above, and following me to and trying to lie about losing there to myself again your own fault, and portscannings of RoadRummer itself no doubt which is a violation of your acceptable use policy at as well as your email harassing me and libelling myself on your forums!"

So let me get this straight: 1) You know my ISP is 2) You incorrectly think that my hosting provider that I use for is rather than 3) You are emailing crystaltech about my alleged portscan (which despite my anonymous admission of you cannot actually prove happened).

Are you retarded? WHY WOULD MY HOSTING PROVIDER CARE WHAT I AM DOING OVER MY INTERNET CONNECTION? I sure hope you don't have children... having one mongloid who thinks he is gods gift to IT is more than enough thank you.

Comment: Re:All the evidence I ever need is right here (Score 1) 259

by Zontar The Mindless (#46787987) Attached to: Nokia Had a Production-Ready Web Tablet 13 Years Ago

Regarding your claim concerning Jeremy Reimer: Nothing of the sort happened. Reimer's ISP politely told you to get stuffed.

Regarding Jay Little: I don't have all the facts, but it now appears that--much as I suspected--what happened was that you spammed and crapflooded his personal site until he changed to a different hosting provider that could block you. I'm sure that I'll stumble across evidence of this sooner or later, just as I stumbled across evidence that you lied about what happened between you and Jeremy.

Thus spake the master programmer: "When a program is being tested, it is too late to make design changes." -- Geoffrey James, "The Tao of Programming"