From: ExScn <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Gerry Armstrong, despicable liar
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Date: Sat, 07 Dec 2002 17:55:04 GMT
On 7 Dec 2002 17:31:19 -0000, Anonymous-Remailer@See.Comment.Header
>"Caroline Letkeman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
>> Cunning because you answered the post you wrote when you were being
>> Message-ID: <email@example.com>
>> How about when you post as nomen nescio?
>> Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> What a stroker you are! Ha ha ha.
>> Hey Cerridwen-- your signal to noise ratio graph is way crossed.
><sigh> Only you would be able to read something evil into this.
>like your kooky stuff about Crowley and subliminal messages.
>Here's the simplicity of it.
>I responded to Ex scn's post.
>I sent it through a remailer. Using a remailer sometimes means that
>you don't know if it will actually show up or not and you definitely
>don't know WHEN it would show up. Occasionally, but not
>often, the remailers will strip my nym "Cerridwen" and my
>as nomen nescio or anonymous. That is why I SIGN my posts. So if my
>nym does get stripped, you still know it was from me.
>After I sent it I realized I stated something that wasn't true, but
>first post had not yet appeared on ars due to the fact that I use a
>remailer, and I wanted to get the correction posted as soon as
>So I used the very same message ID from Exscn's post that I originally
>As you can see, my correction arrived before my original post. And my
>original post had my nym stripped off it and Nomen Nescio was there
>instead. This is part of the problem with using a remailer.
>That is the very simple reason for your confusion. If you had asked
>nicely, I would have told you. You didn't need to go into to full
>kookarama mode and assign nefarious reasons for it.
>I don't expect to you understand or believe it as you are too wrapped
>up in your nutty conspiracy theories. Conspiracy theories are a basic
>part of the Scn mindset. You need to work on this.
was FAR too complex, Cerri !
Do you have any idea
how long it's going to take her to word clear and
clay-demo all that ??
Like, how's she going
to handle 'kookarama' for a start ! Ask Gerry ?
Whoo, hoo..talk about pressing buttons.