Could it be that Romeo Fabulini and his sock puppet Dropship have somehow been blocked from a2k participation?
I don't agree with Romeo on anything I can think of; but I will say his contributions are colorful and sometimes even amusing. His 'two fisted rhetoric' is really no more than pillow fighting compared to some of the vituperation that is regular a2k fare.
Now, for my confession. The last time he left, I sent him my email address. Yesterday he emailed me and said he was unable to log into his Dropship account. I don't get it. Is he just too obtuse to remember his password?
The only reason I ask is if Romeo's complaint is legitimate, how does that play out for other unpopular a2kers going forward?
I must confess to having long incorrectly assumed . .
"For what purpose are you Romeo?" pretty well sums up Romeo's first visit here.
I think "Who are you Romeo?" would have fit as well
But I was trying for effect?
Wed 2 Sep, 2015 01:12 pm
I can only say that with my long membership on Abuzz and A2k if there was an issue (other than stupidity of forgetting password or some virus protection software issue), if he's having problems with his account he may have earned himself a time-out. I'm not saying that he did or that he might've even deserved a time-out as I don't follow him. Any problems like that should be addressed to a Moderator...instead of campaigning for him in a post.
That's a swell idea. In the early morning hours, I have seen a particular variety of spam posts come in at the rate of three every minute. If this is a new control, that should limit these few people to 1/6 of their post rate.
Wed 2 Sep, 2015 04:06 pm
I had a2k'ing trouble yesterday and it turned out to be my own damned fault (again, already, she says to self). I tend to get hysteric when I think my computer has gone haywire.
Wed 2 Sep, 2015 04:09 pm
Joe was wrong. It's a new wrinkle.
BTW, I am not Joe's sock puppet. I don't care what he says.
Thu 3 Sep, 2015 05:46 am
@Tes yeux noirs,
Tes yeux noirs wrote:
You did know that "wherefore" doesn't mean "where", didn't you?
No it doesn't. It means why are you called Romeo? Which is odd because it's not the first name,Romeo, which is the problem. It's his last name.