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Old April 23rd 17, 11:55 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.antenna
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 6:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
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As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out.


Point totally and utterly missed; the older the post the less likely the
original poster is still around and this is particularly true for very
low volume groups like this one.

Responding to very old posts seems to be a trait of clueless goggle groups
users as real news readers will expire old posts so they aren't seen.

--
Jim Pennino


If I'm clueless, Jim, then the whole world is in one sorry shape.

What you really mean is that most of those unsavory posters are dead.

Just wanted you to know, I am not.I am 62 and called you other old guys out on your transgressions.

And as my experiences are now of interest to various historians, I didnt want them to ask the question: hmmmm...'why didnt he defend himself against these cruel hams'?

The archival record reveals these select hams either gave up or died early.

I did neither.

And am flourishing.

I wish I could feel more empathy for you guys in your awkward and delusional sense of superiority, but it, frankly, is pathetic.

So now everyone knows. Now, and forever:-)

Nest time, lead with friendly, rather than lead with (falsely based) derision.

Good luck!

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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 6:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out.

Point totally and utterly missed; the older the post the less likely the
original poster is still around and this is particularly true for very
low volume groups like this one.

Responding to very old posts seems to be a trait of clueless goggle groups
users as real news readers will expire old posts so they aren't seen.

--
Jim Pennino


If I'm clueless, Jim, then the whole world is in one sorry shape.

What you really mean is that most of those unsavory posters are dead.


No, I meant exactly what I said.

snip remaining self-aggrandizing babble


--
Jim Pennino

I am confident that you mean what you say. Its your caibration to reality on this matter that is lacking, IMO.

But...some oldsters are challenged in that regard. Its important that future readers understand the demographic.

How old are you, Jim?
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:20:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 6:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out.

Point totally and utterly missed; the older the post the less likely the
original poster is still around and this is particularly true for very
low volume groups like this one.

Responding to very old posts seems to be a trait of clueless goggle groups
users as real news readers will expire old posts so they aren't seen.

--
Jim Pennino

If I'm clueless, Jim, then the whole world is in one sorry shape.

What you really mean is that most of those unsavory posters are dead.


No, I meant exactly what I said.

snip remaining self-aggrandizing babble


--
Jim Pennino

I am confident that you mean what you say. Its your caibration to reality on this matter that is lacking, IMO.

But...some oldsters are challenged in that regard. Its important that future readers understand the demographic.

How old are you, Jim?


Never mind. My data base easily dug you out, along with the plane and all kinds of other info. Interesting.

You are 72 plus or minus a year.

So, all I can say is have a pleasant day. And leave the driving to us.
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wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 6:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out.

Point totally and utterly missed; the older the post the less likely the
original poster is still around and this is particularly true for very
low volume groups like this one.

Responding to very old posts seems to be a trait of clueless goggle groups
users as real news readers will expire old posts so they aren't seen.

--
Jim Pennino

If I'm clueless, Jim, then the whole world is in one sorry shape.

What you really mean is that most of those unsavory posters are dead.


No, I meant exactly what I said.

snip remaining self-aggrandizing babble


--
Jim Pennino

I am confident that you mean what you say. Its your caibration to reality on this matter that is lacking, IMO.


Reality is that google groups posters tend to respond to long dead posts.

Why you are trying to start an arguement over this simple fact is irrelevant
to me.

snip remaining self centered nonsense


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wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:20:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 6:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out.

Point totally and utterly missed; the older the post the less likely the
original poster is still around and this is particularly true for very
low volume groups like this one.

Responding to very old posts seems to be a trait of clueless goggle groups
users as real news readers will expire old posts so they aren't seen.

--
Jim Pennino

If I'm clueless, Jim, then the whole world is in one sorry shape.

What you really mean is that most of those unsavory posters are dead.

No, I meant exactly what I said.

snip remaining self-aggrandizing babble


--
Jim Pennino

I am confident that you mean what you say. Its your caibration to reality on this matter that is lacking, IMO.

But...some oldsters are challenged in that regard. Its important that future readers understand the demographic.

How old are you, Jim?


Never mind. My data base easily dug you out, along with the plane and all kinds of other info. Interesting.


So you are an emotionally immature stalker who thinks they become
empowered by doing web searches looking for personal information on
others; hardly surprising.

snip remaining babble


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Jim Pennino
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On 4/23/2017 9:06 PM, wrote:

Why you are trying to start an arguement over this simple fact is irrelevant
to me.


It takes two to tango.

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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 9:16:13 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:20:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 6:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out.

Point totally and utterly missed; the older the post the less likely the
original poster is still around and this is particularly true for very
low volume groups like this one.

Responding to very old posts seems to be a trait of clueless goggle groups
users as real news readers will expire old posts so they aren't seen.

--
Jim Pennino

If I'm clueless, Jim, then the whole world is in one sorry shape.

What you really mean is that most of those unsavory posters are dead.

No, I meant exactly what I said.

snip remaining self-aggrandizing babble


--
Jim Pennino
I am confident that you mean what you say. Its your caibration to reality on this matter that is lacking, IMO.

But...some oldsters are challenged in that regard. Its important that future readers understand the demographic.

How old are you, Jim?


Never mind. My data base easily dug you out, along with the plane and all kinds of other info. Interesting.


So you are an emotionally immature stalker who thinks they become
empowered by doing web searches looking for personal information on
others; hardly surprising.

snip remaining babble


--
Jim Pennino


Go drink your prune juice, dear.
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 9:16:13 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:20:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 6:16:03 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out.

Point totally and utterly missed; the older the post the less likely the
original poster is still around and this is particularly true for very
low volume groups like this one.

Responding to very old posts seems to be a trait of clueless goggle groups
users as real news readers will expire old posts so they aren't seen.

--
Jim Pennino

If I'm clueless, Jim, then the whole world is in one sorry shape.

What you really mean is that most of those unsavory posters are dead.

No, I meant exactly what I said.

snip remaining self-aggrandizing babble


--
Jim Pennino
I am confident that you mean what you say. Its your caibration to reality on this matter that is lacking, IMO.

But...some oldsters are challenged in that regard. Its important that future readers understand the demographic.

How old are you, Jim?


Never mind. My data base easily dug you out, along with the plane and all kinds of other info. Interesting.


So you are an emotionally immature stalker who thinks they become
empowered by doing web searches looking for personal information on
others; hardly surprising.

snip remaining babble


--
Jim Pennino


Of course the most interesting thing, Jim Pennino,WB6DKH, is that not only has the course of 30 years of fractal antennas revealed an innovation which caught on--big-- but a textbook case of CYBERBULLYING by so many of your cohorts, right here on this 'news' group. But clearly, and despite voluminous efforts by your cohorts, I refused and refuse to be a victim. Indeed, unbeknownst to you. and others Jim, kids in GRADE SCHOOL are taught nowadays to BUILD FRACTAL ANTENNAS as part of their innovation/math curriculum . Why, the NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION even FUNDED THOSE EFFORTS.

So, while you sit in your LA Z Boy and contemplate derision as a substitute for objective skepticism, the world has turned, and changed, leaving your view of reality limited to as far as you can spit. And knowing that lots of non-hams, now and in the future , will find and absorb these precious words, it is important, to the little kids and the big dreamers, that they appreciate that CYBERBULLYING is unacceptable, and one should NEVER ALLOW others to make you a victim.


Sorry, my friend, I am not a victim, and will not ne victimized, or demonized, and so on.

So, my friend, nice try labelling me a 'stalker'. Nope. Just wanted all our future readers to have a bead on you and your cohorts.

Have a pleasant day, and as they say in the world of metamucil,'this too shall pass'.

73
Chip W1YW
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Old April 24th 17, 04:37 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.antenna
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On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek


Here it is for everyone to see:"enthusiasm for BEATING".

Aren't you ASHAMED of yourself??

And are we to infer that:'Where's Chip When You Need him" is a cry for further individuals to cyberbully?

I am waiting for sober voices to apologize to me--here, publicly-- so that the kids and dreamers are corrected from thinking you are cruel and a cyberbully, a so are your cohorts.

Be a man and apologize.


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