[Moderator] unacceptable behavior

  • On Sep 26, 2007, at 1:31 PM, Aychamo Aychamo wrote:

    > PLEAE UNSUBSCRIBE ME......

    I suppose this goes without saying but the behavior of Aychamo -- his
    use of profane language, and verbally attacking another list user --
    is entirely unacceptable.

    He's been removed from the list and won't be back.

    And I'd like to extend an apology to mmalc for Aychamo's behavior.

    Scott
  • Every email to this list says:

    > Please do not post admin requests or moderator comments to the list.

    So obviously you should have ignored his admin request and forced him to
    figure out how to unsubscribe all by himself. Just like any other loser that
    subscribes, then sends out unsubscribe requests to all of us. I mean
    seriously, why would you even think of doing this guy the favor of
    unsubscribing him?

    ;-)

    --
    Scott Ribe
    <scott_ribe...>
    http://www.killerbytes.com/
    (303) 722-0567 voice
  • On 26 Sep 2007, at 21:28, Scott Ribe wrote:

    > Every email to this list says:
    >
    >> Please do not post admin requests or moderator comments to the list.
    >
    > So obviously you should have ignored his admin request and forced
    > him to
    > figure out how to unsubscribe all by himself. Just like any other
    > loser that
    > subscribes, then sends out unsubscribe requests to all of us. I mean
    > seriously, why would you even think of doing this guy the favor of
    > unsubscribing him?

    I think Scott was doing us the favour of getting rid of the profane
    language, not to mention the insults targeted at (I assume) mmalc.
    (Thanks, Scott.)

    Also, in defence of losers everywhere, sometimes their loser
    "friends" sign them up for high-traffic mailing lists "for a laugh".
    If they don't know how to unsubscribe and they're getting hundreds or
    thousands of messages a day, I think it's understandable that some of
    them try to send unsubscribe requests to mailing lists... and chances
    are that they won't see e-mails trying to help extricate them from
    their situation, because they probably haven't set their mail client
    (or server) up to file messages appropriately.

    That's no excuse for the profanity or the insults, of course.

    Kind regards,

    Alastair.

    --
    http://alastairs-place.net
  • > Also, in defence of losers everywhere, sometimes their loser
    > "friends" sign them up for high-traffic mailing lists "for a laugh".
    > If they don't know how to unsubscribe and they're getting hundreds or
    > thousands of messages a day, I think it's understandable that some of
    > them try to send unsubscribe requests to mailing lists... and chances
    > are that they won't see e-mails trying to help extricate them from
    > their situation, because they probably haven't set their mail client
    > (or server) up to file messages appropriately.

      No, I think loser.

      In this case, the 'gentleman' in question had been a list member for
    a year or two but was inactive for awhile (check the archives). Why
    the sudden (and manic) change of heart and the resulting attacks, I
    suppose we'll never know.

      Perhaps whatever benevolent being in which you believe (if any) will
    have the last laugh and the 'gentleman' will use the same e-mail
    address on a resume ...

      ... but this is far and away unrelated to Cocoa. ;-)

    --
    I.S.
  • Well I agree with IS – Aychamo really was a charmer.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Aychamo.com

    I think number two explains his language difficulties ;-) Is it just
    an unfortunate name, or has someone been had somewhere?

    Ian

    On 28/09/2007, at 4:19 AM, I. Savant wrote:

    >> Also, in defence of losers everywhere, sometimes their loser
    >> "friends" sign them up for high-traffic mailing lists "for a laugh".
    >> If they don't know how to unsubscribe and they're getting hundreds or
    >> thousands of messages a day, I think it's understandable that some of
    >> them try to send unsubscribe requests to mailing lists... and chances
    >> are that they won't see e-mails trying to help extricate them from
    >> their situation, because they probably haven't set their mail client
    >> (or server) up to file messages appropriately.
    >
    > No, I think loser.
    >
    > In this case, the 'gentleman' in question had been a list member for
    > a year or two but was inactive for awhile (check the archives). Why
    > the sudden (and manic) change of heart and the resulting attacks, I
    > suppose we'll never know.
    >
    > Perhaps whatever benevolent being in which you believe (if any) will
    > have the last laugh and the 'gentleman' will use the same e-mail
    > address on a resume ...
    >
    > ... but this is far and away unrelated to Cocoa. ;-)
    >
    > --
    > I.S.
    >
  • I think we all agree that the message was inappropriate.

    But it's been handled, and I think we can drop it now.

    On Sep 27, 2007, at 8:20 PM, Ian Joyner wrote:

    > Well I agree with IS – Aychamo really was a charmer.
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