Oh yeah, that's why I said that in reality, I would just ignore from that moment on.
Funny story linkat...
I've mentioned before I had a brief, less than 2 years, first marriage.
A few years after I remarried, I got a letter from my first husband. Some crap about some memories he had of us, waxing all sentimental, etc. Then this half assed apology about "his part" in the marrage ending (his part being moving me all around the country, isolating me, spending all his money, and mine, which was a lot more than he had, putting us in debt, trying to get me pregnant when there was no question I didn't want to be, and so much more....yeah, I have no idea what I was thinking marrying this guy)...I just read it to my husband, we both had a good laugh, and it went into the trash.
But wait! there's more....a few more years after that, I was served with papers, something about a foreclosure on the house he kept in the divorce settlement. Even though it was all legally documented that wasn't my property, the bank was trying to come after me because he had apparantly been renting the house out while he lived somewhere else, but hadn't been paying the mortgage. Also, he was now declaring bankruptcy. I eventually got that all straightened out, but I'll never forget this phone call we had over that. I forget how, but somehow I got his contact info. When I called him, I asked him what it was I was supposed to do about the fact he put himself in this situation. His answer, priceless. He said "Well I guess you'll have to go bankrupt too." Like that was just the logical next step.
He was honestly surprised when I said something to the effect of "Are you kidding? Do you realize that I remarried X number of years ago? How are you thinking this has anything to do with me?"
I believe he thought that after I divorced him, my life just came to a standstill, and I was in like embedded in one of those plexiglass cubes.
That's what this guy the OP is talking about sounds like. What is it? 2 years? go by and life hasn't moved on?
Just block the nitwit.