On Thu, 6 Jan 2022 13:09:44 -0600, "Jerry Sauk"
:I never said that one person posting prevents another person from posting.
:What I said was, you are preventing other people from PARTICIPATING in the discussion.
It's obvious that Jenny has the intellectual capacity of an Afghan
And-- from his comments above-- it's also obvious that he has no idea
what the word "participate" means, so we can begin with that.
PARTICIPATE: take part in an action or endeavor.
There are two ways to participate in a Usenet newsgroup.
One is to download messages and read them, but not post a response.
This is passive participation, and no other people will have any idea
you are involved.
The second is to download messages and post a response, or post
original articles. This is active participation.
There are myriad ways one can PREVENT someone from participating on
(1) Drive to their house or apartment and cut the cable to their
(2) Hack their bank account and steal their money so they can't pay
their Internet Service Provider
(3) Slit the valve stems on their car so they can't drive to the
library to use their computer
(4) Break into their house and destroy their computer equipment
(5) Poison their food so they die
There are probably several other methods for preventing someone from
participating in a Usenet newsgroup. But posting to a Usenet newsgroup
is not one of them.
:Including Steve, who said, qoute, [sic] that the reason he left
:the newsgroup was all becouse [sic] of you.
Naturally Jenny *STILL* hasn't come up with the message ID for this
"quote" nor will he.
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Jenny has convinced himself over time that he hold some sway over
alt.food.fast-food. This is his fantasy, and always has been.
To be fair, it must be said that Jenny ENCOURAGES participation in
alt.food.fast-food, since many people enjoy reading his lies and
fantasies, and watching him squirm and flip-flop around like a landed
fish on a dock.
Official FAQ for alt.food.fast-food.