Today's Forests Lack Color - Re: jimi

Thomas Kellar tkellar at FSP.FSP.COM
Fri Dec 12 14:30:57 EST 1997


> Thomas Kellar wrote:
> > I suspect jimi is a troll.  hendrix.com is no where near
> > the 209.113.9.51 address that the user is posting from.
> > hendrix.com is owned by inch.com and 209.113.9.51 is fed
> > by insync.com  They are not even close.  I hate liers.
> > Thomas
> > --
> > Thomas Kellar      Tkellar at Dayton.fsp.com
> >     How can I wear the harness of toil, and sweat at the daily round,
> >      While in my soul forever The drums of Pictdom sound? - REHoward
> I'm not sure what a troll is.
> Yes, I have decided to post anonymously and do not have a personal email
> address.  Call me paronoid, or whatever, but thats the way it is.  I am
> also afraid of "flipping" somebody off just because they have cut me off
> on the highway just in case its some cook with a gun (again, call me
> paranoid).  Speaking of guns, I firmly believe in the right for
> law-abiding citizens to carry conceiled.  I'd rather have a larger
> percentage of good-guys armed than many of our misguided politicians who
> would only have criminals carrying.  What do they have to worry?  WE pay
> for their security.  Less fortunate (living in the ghettos; without
> cars; forced to walk to grocery store, etc.) are the ones that really
> need to protect themselves!
> Anyway, I figured the jimi hendrix identity would be recognized right
> away as an alternative to John Doe or Smith. Sorry that you did not pick
> up on this right away.
> In any event, I am a real person, and have been posting honest opinions
> and concerns as a small landowner very interested in forestry. 
> Basically financially conservative and in general, in favor of smaller,
> less intrusive government, I also have some liberal beliefs -- primarily
> with respect to "forced" education in the public school systems (if
> based on science rather than some misguided social agenda).
> Troll just seems such a mean-spirited word.

Maybe you recognize yourself in the word.  I do not appreciate
dishonest people.  People that try to disguise themselves. 

Honestly,
Thomas
-- 
Thomas Kellar      Tkellar at Dayton.fsp.com    
    How can I wear the harness of toil, and sweat at the daily round,
     While in my soul forever The drums of Pictdom sound? - REHoward



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