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Subject: Re: THE REAL GERRY ARMSTRONG (repost)
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"Gerry Armstrong" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> On Fri, 15 Nov 2002 11:10:48 GMT, "Gandalf" <BasicQuestions@yahoo.com>
> >"Gerry Armstrong" <email@example.com> wrote in
> >> On 14 Nov 2002 23:00:16 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Garry) wrote:
> ><snip the rest of this garbage>
> >Garry & Gerry,
> >Please never toy with the pain that Beverly might be feeling to prove
> >own points on a FUCKING newsgroup.
> >How sick can you bastards be?
> >Anyone who has even an ounce of decency realizes this isn't something
> >tossed around lightly. Especially not to preserve your own egos.
> >You SICK FUCKS.
> >It's all about YOU, isn't it?
> >Garry, did you get enough attention yet?
> >Gerry, did you get enough attention yet?
> >FUCK anybody else! What's important is did each of YOU get ENOUGH
> >YET? I WANT TO KNOW.
> >You SICK FUCKS.
> >P.S.: I know Beverly needs no one to defend her, but your mutual posts
> >just beyond the pale...
> >P.P.S.: I can't prove it, but I think there's a special place in hell
> >people like you.
> Whoa, go PsychCLops! Don't let that one eye offend you.
> But you missed an opportunity to call Warrior a few evil capitalized
> You are one caring whizzard.
That was just the start
of how self-centered and self-serving you come
across. Don't tempt me.
BTW, I have a weird test
for you to perform. It's really funky: Next time
you post something, ask this question:
(1) Did that help someone
(2) Did that help you directly?
(3) Did that help you directly
and might vaguely, kind of help someone else?
Don't give me this God-directed
bullshit. It makes a mockery of people who
have genuine spiritual beliefs.
> © Gerry Armstrong