Ken, pay attention

NMF nm_fournier at
Fri Mar 19 21:03:33 EST 2004

If you purposely posted 30 messages to the ng that all contained the same
message, your an idiot.  Clear and simple.  There is no discussion on this

I tend to feel, (at least hopefully), that you perhaps posted one message
and for whatever reason because there is something wrong with your computer
or server the message was presented 30 times, at a variety of different
topic trends.

"ken" <kpaulc@[remove]> wrote in message
news:WvN6c.29786$%06.8091 at
> "NMF" <nm_fournier at> wrote in message
> news:TCM6c.37542$E71.2092240 at
> > > As I clearly stated, I did not post the same thing
> > > even once.
> > >
> > > Your Accusation against my Person is Verifiably-
> > > False.
> > >
> > > You like Lawyers, tell me what Verifiably-false
> > > written, Public statements constitutes, under
> > > The Law.
> > >
> > Well I'm sorry to inform you.  But that message
> > inquiring about dinosaur was posted multiple times.
> > I think I had download one day over 30 messages
> > at this ng ALL FROM YOU.  It had your name,
> > your extension and your rather characteristic way
> > of writing.   Whether or not you specifically wrote
> > them or they are do to some corruption on your
> > computer (i.e. a virus, etc.) doesn't matter.  What
> > matters is that these messages were observed and
> > YOU are the one that is responsible to insure that
> > this situation is fixed.
> >
> > Ken, if your computer gets attacked on a regular
> > basis, that is your problem.  If you have some virus,
> > then I suggest you fix your computer.Although it is
> > not directly your fault, your computer was cluttering
> > the space of these ngs.  I remember you getting rather
> > annoyed when a previous poster would post his
> > messages twice by accident.  Now isn't that the pot
> > calling the kettle black?
> >
> > In any case, fix your computer. It's annoying to receive
> > 30 messages in one day that contain absolutly no useful
> > information.  And it is completely self-centered and
> > egocentric to assume that people would be making this
> > up. There is nothing to gain by this.  Grow up.
> I don't know what others see on the board, but I
> did post the 34 msgs that, I assume, are the msgs
> to which folks are referring.
> Each of them is a unique representation of a
> problem. Taken together, they constitute a
> unique representation of a problem.
> I work on problems.
> Folks who are 'objecting' to my working on
> this problem should recall that I've been
> working, here in bionet.neuroscience [b.n]
> since about 1991.
> I know, very-well, the 'typical' nature of the
> information-exchange that occurs in the b.n
> NG.
> I also know, very-well, that there is no one
> who has been subjected to disruption any-
> where near the degree to which the work
> I've been trying to do, here in b.n, has been
> disrupted.
> I've documented all of this, and, forgive me,
> Please, it's shameful.
> I am here, in b.n, because I've obligation
> that derives in neuroscience.
> This obligation is, verifiably, a matter of Life
> and Death, on a Massive scale.
> And I'd appreciate it, greatly, if folks'd just
> allow me to carry out my obligation to both
> neruoscience, and my fellow human beings,
> here in b.n.
> In the past, I've asked folks who 'object'
> to the work I do to "kill-file" my ID, and
> just let me work.
> As things stand, because my obligation is,
> verifiably, a matter of Life and Death, on
> a Massive scale, I cannot allow it to be
> either disrupted, or otherwise, interfered
> with.
> Folks who do not want to receive the stuff
> that I post and discuss should just "kill-file"
> my ID and\or, otherwise, ignore what I post.
> This dynamic that has been building, where
> it is, supposedly, 'the case' that I'm doing
> anything other than that which is necessary
> to carry-out my obligation that is, verifiably,
> a matter of Life and Death, on a Massive
> scale, is totally-unacceptable.
> That it's come to the point where my Person
> is fraudulently 'represented', is a sorrow.
> I'm here in b.n to address a matter of of
> Life and Death, on a massive scale, by do-
> ing neuroscience.
> Anyone who 'objects' to this should just
> "kill-file" my ID.
> I've tried, all along, to, in the main, steer
> clear of folks by posting replies to my own
> posts. But folks've 'objected' to my doing
> this, which is the only way "kill-filing" will
> actually work.
> I'm just trying to carry out my obligation
> to neuroscience.
> I don't particularly enjoy 'talking to myself'
> in a thread, but I've just been trying to
> communicate the stuff I've discovered that
> neuroscience had not recognized.
> I will continue to do that, because, to not
> do so would constitute mass murder.
> What's here, stated, I'll appreciate it if folks
> will do neuroscience with me.
> If not, "kill-file" my ID, and, kindly, allow
> me to do the work that I'm here in b.n to do.
> k. p. collins

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