17 Nov 2002 22:08:11 -0600
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Diane Richardson)
Subject: Re: Armstrong Displays His Delusional Mental State to
the World (Re: Diane cancans at the goOn SquAd follies)
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 04:08:24 GMT
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On Mon, 18 Nov 2002 00:40:06 +0100, Thomas Gandow
>Diane Richardson wrote:
>> On Sun, 17 Nov 2002 22:05:26 +0100, Thomas Gandow
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>Diane Richardson appeared on order when Armstrong showed up and
>>>had to write:
>> No, Rev. Grabdough, unlike you NO ONE orders me around.
>> You, on the other hand kneel to honor your Holy Benefactor, the
>> Great God Minton, your source of Mintonbux.
>>>>Poor little Gerry, besieged by evil forces from all quarters.
>>>>the German mental health authorities will interpret his public
>>>>of his paranoid delusional state as a cry for help.
>>>>You don't have far to go to attain Barbara Schwarz status, Mr.
>>>>Armstrong. Keep working at it.
>>>What is Your business?
>> I am a librarian. You claim to be a minister, although you've proven
>> by your own words that you are not a Christian. I'm not surprised the
>> churches of Germany are empty, with unChristian men like you taking
>> over the pulpits.
>>>Why are You attacking Gerry Armstrong?
>> I am not attacking Mr. Armstrong. He, however, has chosen to
>> attack me, along with others.
>>>Isn't it the best proof, that You are attacking in concert with OSA?
>> I am not attacking anyone, and certainly not "in concert" with
>> anyone else. Armstrong's illness must be contagious. You've been
>> afflicted with an attack of his paranoid delusions.
>> Diane Richardson
>When vicious attackers on ARS have no facts,
they just turn to calling
You, "Rev." Grabdough
are just as guilty of that as your
mentally ill charge, Gerry Armstrong is.
>they just turn to name
calling and attributing mental disorder to those,
>whom they can not disprove by facts.
The facts have proven Gerry
Armstrong wrong over and over and
over again -- in court, in the press, and in the court of public
Enjoy you stay in Armstrong's
Land of Paranoid Delusion, "Rev."
Grabdough. Perhaps you might find someone to listen to your